IndexBox has just published a new report: ‘World – Mandarin and Clementine – Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Insights‘. Here is a summary of the report’s key findings.
Turkey and China, the leading exporters in the global mandarin market, are to sharply ramp up supplies abroad with rapidly expanding production in 2022. This year, outputs in Turkey and China are forecast to grow by 9% y/y to 1.8M tonnes and by 12% y/y to 28M tonnes, respectively, due to favourable weather and larger harvested areas.
Global mandarin and clementine production is forecast to rise by 2.8% y/y to 39M tonnes, thanks primarily to expected favourable weather and higher area and yields in China, Turkey, Morocco. Exports from these countries are projected to accelerate, driven by sharping demand from the EU and the U.S., where production is set to drop with unfavourable weather.
Turkey, one of the leading mandarin exporters worldwide, is to expand its supplies abroad by 11% y/y to 1M tonnes this year, while China’s exports are to increase by 5% y/y to over 900K tonnes. In 2022, mandarin production in Turkey and China is forecast to grow by 9% y/y to 1.8M tonnes and by 12% y/y to 28M tonnes, respectively. Exports from Morocco are to pick up 8% y/y to 500K tonnes, with Russia comprising over 30% of the total shipments and thus remaining the leading buyer for Moroccan mandarins.
Global Mandarin Exports by Country
In 2020, the volume of tangerines, mandarins, clementines, satsumas exported worldwide amounted to 5.5M tonnes, increasing by 4.8% against 2019. In value terms, mandarin and clementine exports soared to $5.8B (IndexBox estimates).
Spain (1.3M tonnes), distantly followed by Turkey (872K tonnes), China (714K tonnes), Pakistan (463K tonnes), Morocco (450K tonnes) and South Africa (389K tonnes) were the largest exporters of tangerines, mandarins, clementines, satsumas, together making up 77% of total supplies. Peru (215K tonnes), Chile (182K tonnes), Israel (124K tonnes), Greece (117K tonnes) and the Netherlands (103K tonnes) took a relatively small share of total exports.
In value terms, Spain ($1.6B), China ($1.2B) and Turkey ($444M) comprised 56% of global supplies. Morocco, South Africa, Peru, Chile, Pakistan, the Netherlands, Israel and Greece lagged somewhat behind, together accounting for a further 32%.
Source: IndexBox Platform