Fruit and vegetables

Market data on national and European agriculture provided by the European Commission’s agricultural and rural development department. Browse visualisations about prices, SIV, imports, exports and short-term outlook.

Fruit and vegetables

In 2022 the value of fruit and vegetables produced in the EU was estimated at € 73,4 bn, representing more than 14% of all agricultural production.

The EU is traditionally a net importer of fruit and veg, mainly due to imports of tropical fruit including banana.

The interactive visualisations of the portal offer a range of perspectives on trade including time series tables and charts, both at EU aggregated level and by Member State.

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Dashboards & Reports

Fruit and vegetables prices Time series of average fruit and vegetables prices per Member State and for the European Union. Evolution sheet presents prices in the full range from 2005. The Comparison sheet is limited to a single year and permits the comparison of weekly average prices to the same weeks of the previous year. Source data are submitted by Member States, most recently through the ISAMM system.
Fruit and vegetables prices (supply chain) Time series of average fruit and vegetables prices per Member States. Product/Variety Comparison is limited to a single Product Stage and permits the comparison of many Products/Varieties for the same Product Stage. On the other hand, Comparison in supply chain sheet is limited to a single Product/Variety and permits the comparison of the same product in many product stages. Source data are submitted by Member States, most recently through the ISAMM system.
Fruit and vegetables production This app visualizes annual production volumes since 2010 for a selection of 18 types of fruits and vegetables, as published in Eurostat's APRO_CPSH1 dataset (crop production in EU standard humidity).
Standard Import Values (SIVs) The Entry Price System (EPS) is a special procedure designed for imports of certain fruit and vegetables. Two of its main objectives are the following: 1) Facilitate trade when the products entering the EU have a price that is still unknown such as in the case of products to be sold at a later date; 2) Discourage imports with extremely low prices in order to protect EU producers incomes. In this context, the Standard Import Values (SIVs), calculated daily on working days, represents an estimate for the customs value of the goods and are the central daily management element of the EPS.
Tomatoes trade Monthly trade volumes and value since the marketing year 2010/2011 per Member State and per external partner country. Intra-EU trade (trade between Member States) is not included. Separate charts show seasonal trends, cumulative figures over the course of a marketing year and main external partners per Member State.
Tomato imports from Morocco Weekly and monthly imports from Morocco per Member State since the marketing year 2010/2011 in volumes. Intra-EU trade (trade between Member States) is not included. Separate tables show the current and past campaigns with weekly and cumulative figures, imports in and out of quota, and the quota balance available.
Apples trade Monthly trade volumes and value since the marketing year 2010/2011 per Member State and per external partner country. Intra-EU trade (trade between Member States) is not included. Separate charts show seasonal trends, cumulative figures over the course of a marketing year and main external partners per Member State.
Citrus fruit trade Monthly trade volumes and value since the marketing year 2010/2011 per Member State and per external partner country cover following products: oranges, clementine, mandarine, grapefruit, lemons and limes, other citrus. Intra-EU trade (trade between Member States) is not included. Separate charts show seasonal trends, cumulative figures over the course of a marketing year and main external partners per Member State.
Peaches and nectarines trade Monthly trade volumes and value since the marketing year 2010/2011 per Member State and per external partner country cover following products: peaches and nectarines. Intra-EU trade (trade between Member States) is not included. Separate charts show seasonal trends, cumulative figures over the course of a marketing year and main external partners per Member State.
Tomatoes dashboard A PDF file with weekly and monthly data on tomato prices and annual volumes of production, trade and other relevant data from a range of international sources. Updated on a monthly basis.
Apples dashboard A PDF file with monthly data on apple prices, monthly updates on stocks and annual volumes of production, trade and other relevant data from a range of international sources. Updated on a monthly basis.
Citrus fruit dashboard A PDF file with monthly data on orange prices and annual volumes of citrus fruit production, trade and other relevant data from a range of international sources. Updated on a monthly basis between October and May.
Peaches and nectarines dashboard A PDF file with weekly data on peach prices, and annual volumes of peaches and nectarines production, trade and other relevant data from a range of international sources. Updated on a fortnight basis during the season (June-September)
Apples short-term outlook The short-term outlook is published three times per year and is based on the latest data and the reflections of market experts within the European Commission. It includes also estimates and forecasts in addition to historical data. Fresh and processed market streams are visualised separately.
Oranges short-term outlook The short-term outlook is published three times per year and is based on the latest data and the reflections of market experts within the European Commission. It includes also estimates and forecasts in addition to historical data. Fresh and processed market streams are visualised separately.
Tomatoes short-term outlook The short-term outlook is published three times per year and is based on the latest data and the reflections of market experts within the European Commission. It includes also estimates and forecasts in addition to historical data. Fresh and processed market streams are visualised separately.
Peaches and nectarines short-term outlook The short-term outlook is published three times per year and is based on the latest data and the reflections of market experts within the European Commission. It includes also estimates and forecasts in addition to historical data. Fresh and processed market streams are visualised separately.