Egyptian crops were exported to 12 new destinations in the year 2018/2019. The government were able to lift bans and additional inspections on some of the country’s agricultural exports.
More than 20 types of Egyptian agricultural products were exported last year, according to a recent report by the Department of Agricultural Quarantine at the Ministry.
Import markets in Canada were opened for Egyptian exports of tomatoes, Indonesia for exports of garlic, and Uruguay for citrus fruits and grapes.
Exports of beet pulp and grapefruit to China began, as well as grapefruit exports to Australia and citrus exports to Myanmar and East Timor.