Confectionery enterprises of the Russian Federation for 10 months of this year exported 321,9 thousand tons of sweets, which is 4,2% more than for the corresponding period last year, the Confectionery Market Research Center (CICR) reports.
In value terms, shipments increased 5,2% and reached $ 699,2 million.
This TSIKR reports that in October exports reached a record volume and was 41,3 thousand. Tonnes. The previous record was set in October of the year 2013 - 40,1 thousand tons of sweets.. The greatest dynamics in the growth of export sales - in chocolate confectionery. For 10 months were exported 120,5 thousand. Tons for $ 358,4 million. The main buyers were Kazakhstan (22,8% of total exports), China (17,2%), Belarus (9%), Kyrgyzstan (7,5%), Uzbekistan (6%) .
Export of flour confectionery products of 10 months amounted 159 thousand. Tons for $ 260,9 million. Most supplies came from Kazakhstan (33%), Belarus (17,8%), China (9,2%), Kyrgyzstan (9%) and Tajikistan (4,5%) . Export caramel and other sugary products was 42,9 thousand. Tons for $ 80,16 million.
According to a press release, the "Interfax", the largest supplier of chocolate confectionery are Moscow, Moscow, Kemerovo, Belgorod and Kursk regions, flour - Moscow, Kemerovo, Moscow, Kursk and Volgograd regions.
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