Egypt’s Food Exports to Ethiopia Hit $10.4 million in 11 Months

Egypt’s food exports to Ethiopia have recorded US$10.4 million during the period from January- November of 2014, a senior official from the food export council said.

According to Tameem El-Dawy – Marketing Manager at Egyptian Food Export Council, the Egyptian food export value is very low compared with other countries’ to Ethiopia.

The Egyptian official further referred that Ethiopia’s top food imports are cooking oil (US$400 million), sugar (US$175 million), extractions of grains (US$68 million), mill products (US$47 million), and grease and fatty substances (US$41 million).

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    December 30, 2014 at 10:02 AM