Egyptian Agricultural Export

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Egypt exports agricultural goods of about 8 billion $ yearly. The country is being identified as one of the top exporters of strawberries and other products.

Nearly all Egyptian agricultural production takes place in some 2.5 million hectares (6 million acres) of fertile soil in the Nile valley and delta. Desert land is being developed for agricultural, including the ambitious Toshka project in Upper Egypt. Egypt produces a wide range of vegetarian production, and due to the climate, the land has high nutritional value whereby crops can be harvested up to three times a year. Egyptian high-quality fresh produce is popular and export markets can consume more. The most common crops are onions, potatoes, tomatoes, artichoke, etc. in fruits, mainly, mainly oranges, grapes, strawberry, and watermelon. Apart from fruits and vegetables Egypt has cut flowers, herbs and spices and food ingredients, also appeal to this market.