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THE CAMEROONIAN HORTICULTURAL SECTOR

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MACROECONOMIC CONTEXT: PRODUCTION & TRADE

GLOBAL TRADE: EXPORTS OF FRUITS, NUTS AND VEGETABLES (VOLUME)

GLOBAL TRADE: IMPORTS OF FRUITS, NUTS AND VEGETABLES (VOLUME)

RASFF NOTIFICATIONS vs EXPORTS TO THE EU28

– SANITARY –

TRACES INTERCEPTIONS vs EXPORTS TO THE EU28

– PHYTOSANITARY –

Disclaimer: The data presented here is solely based on the reports published by TRACES (access here), which only include the official interceptions. There may sometimes be a delay between the rejection of consignments at the EU borders and the publication of interceptions in the reports (i.e. when laboratory analysis is required to confirm a species). Operators and competent authorities must be registered in the TRACES NT system to access all the information (rejections, interceptions, and others) in real time.

MARKET DEVELOPMENT STAGES

– CAMEROONIAN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES –

National Regional EU World
Potential Safou
Developing Plantain chips ; Manioc pastes ; Fruit juices ; Fruit pulps, jellies and/or jams Plantain chips ; Manioc pastes ; Fruit juices ; Fruit pulps, jellies and/or jams Chillies ; Organic papayas ; Organic mangoes (Improved from Cameroon) Spices e.g. Penja pepper
Mature Plantain bananas ; Avocadoes ; Tomatoes ; Red beans ; Potatoes ; Peppers ; Eggplants ; Onions Plantain bananas ; Avocadoes ; Tomatoes ; Red beans ; Potatoes ; Peppers ; Eggplants ; Onions Sweet bananas ; Pineapples Guavas ; Papaya; Green beans (fresh and frozen)
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