From 2011 to 2015, the volume of production of canned fruits and berries in the world increased by 11.5%: from 22.3 to 25.0 million tons. The figure showed an annual growth, the average annual growth rate was 2.8%.
The dynamics of the production of canned fruit and berries by the leading countries over the past five years has been rather heterogeneous. For 2011-2015, the production of these products grew the most in India (by 624.8 thousand tons), in China (by 293.7 thousand tons), in the USA (by 209.0 thousand tons) and in Mexico (by 193.3 thousand tons). Of the 25 leading countries, only 6 countries showed negative dynamics for 2011–2015: Thailand (a fall of 112.8 thousand tons over the period), Chile (by 34.6 thousand tons), Japan (by 26.9 thousand tons), Greece (by 26.2 thousand tons), Canada (by 20.7 thousand tons) and the Netherlands (by 20.3 thousand tons).
The leaders in the production of canned fruits and berries in the world are China, India, USA and Thailand. China in 2015 accounted for 19.7% of the global production of these products, India and the United States produced 13.1 and 8.9% of the total, respectively. The fourth place on this indicator in 2015 was taken by Thailand with a share of 5.0% of world production. It should be noted that China is not only the largest producer of this product, but also its main exporter: in 2015, it accounted for 15.9% of world exports of canned fruits and berries. Due to the high demand for food in the domestic market, China is not seeking to increase its exports of these products. For this reason, in 2016-2020, China’s share in world exports of canned fruit and berries will fall, by the end of the period it will be 14.3%.
According to BusinesStat, in 2016-2020, the production of canned fruits and berries in the world will continue to grow, the growth rate will range from 2.0% in 2017 to 3.0% in 2016. In 2020, the value of the indicator will reach 28.1 million tons, which will exceed the level of 2015 by 12.7%.
“Analysis of the global market of fruit and berry canned food in 2011-2015, forecast for 2016-2020” includes the most important data necessary for understanding the current global market conditions and assessing the prospects for its development:
Economy and population
Production of canned fruits and berries
Sales of canned fruits and berries
External and internal trade in canned fruits and berries
Import and export of canned fruits and berries
Foreign trade prices of canned fruits and berries
The review presents current data for more than 100 countries of the world and a forecast for the 25 leading countries of the world market for canned fruits and berries.
Leading countries: Australia, Belgium, United Kingdom, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Spain, Italy, Canada, China, Korea (Republic), Costa Rica, Mexico, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Poland, Russia, United States of America, Thailand. Philippines, France, Chile, South Africa, Japan.
The review provides details on import-export by types of canned fruits and berries:
Homogenized jams, jellies, pastes, mashed potatoes and similar products
Citrus jams, jellies, pastes, mashed potatoes and similar products
Jams, jellies, pastes, mashed potatoes and similar products, except citrus
Other canned fruits and berries
In preparing the review used statistical information:
United Nations Statistics Division
National Agencies and Compendia
International Trade Center
International Monetary Fund
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
World Trade Organization
Along with the official statistics, the review contains the results of BusinesStat research:
Analysis of open information on the market of canned fruits and berries
Survey of experts of the food industry market