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Vegetable, Potato and Fruit Products in Australia: ISIC 1513

Australia vegetable, potato and fruit product sales increased by 3% CAGR during 2007 to 2012

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Australia´s market of vegetable, potato and fruit products sees 3% CAGR over 2007-2012, mainly determined by household demand. Local market becomes more dependent on foreign production – imports capture almost a quarter of market size.

Domestic producers enjoy 4% annual revenue growth as a result of high quality and maintained standards in all stages of supply chain. Australia´s industry is rather concentrated, served by 601 operating companies, with five leading players generating 41% of production.

3% turnover CAGR predicted over 2013-2018 thanks to rising exports as local corporates invest in research and development projects related to vegetable, potato and fruit production.

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