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In the first eight months of 2022
Commercialisation of banana increased by 17.3% compared to the same period of 2021
According to the data provided by the Regional Directorate of Agriculture (DRA), in the first eight months of 2022, 15,021.0 tonnes of bananas produced in Madeira were commercialised, up by 2,214.6 tonnes over the same period in 2021. Of that total, 84.7 % was shipped, with the main destination being the mainland (84.0% in the same period).
This growth was not shared by all classes. Compared to the same period of 2021, “Extra” and Class I increased by 20.0% and 12.3%, respectively, while there was a 1.7% drop in Class II.
It should be noted that of the total of commercialised banana, 81.6% belonged to the Extra category (79.7% in the same period of 2021).
June was the month of 2022 with the highest volume of banana sales (2,455.4 tonnes) and February was the month in which there was the highest increase (+42.0%).
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