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Tanzania: Horticultural exports generated $642M in 2016

In 2016, Tanzanian horticultural exports were valued at $642 million, up 17.8% compared to the year before ($545 million), thecitizen reported.  

In parallel, horticulture has contributed to 43% of export earnings, confirming its position as the sub-sector of activity with the fastest growth rate in the agricultural sector.

Tanzania’s horticultural output includes fruits (avocado, pineapples, banana and passion fruit), vegetables (carrots, fresh beans, cabbage, cucumber, tomatoes and onions) and cut flowers.

Read more at Ecofin Agency (Espoir Olodo) 

Publication date: 10/12/2017

 


 

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