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Garlic Market - Australia: Interest for Local Garlic is Anticipated
Garlic is closely related to onions, shallots, chives and leeks. It is one of the oldest known horticultural crops, and is an essential ingredient in almost every cuisine around the globe. Its health properties are undeniable. While its antimicrobial characteristics serve as a preventive measure or a remedy for colds and other infections, garlic, consumed as a condiment, a rub or eaten separately, may also be used as a digestive aid.
The global garlic market had total revenues of X billion USD in 2014, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of X% from 2007 to 2014. In physical terms, the market reached X million tonnes.
In 2014, the main global supplier of garlic was China (X thousand tonnes), followed distantly by Spain (X thousand tonnes) and Argentina (X thousand tonnes), together making up X% of total exports.
Australia's garlic market had total revenues of X million USD in 2014, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of X% from 2007 to 2014. In physical terms, the market also showed positive dynamics, reaching X thousand tonnes, with a CAGR of X% over the period under review.
The Australian garlic market is highly import dependent, with imported garlic accounting for the lion's share of consumption. The value of total Australia's garlic imports in 2014 stood at X million USD. There was an annual increase of X% for the period from 2007 to 2014. In physical terms, the total volume of garlic was X thousand tonnes in 2014, X thousand tonnes (X%) more than the year before.
In 2014, China (X thousand tonnes), as well as, distantly, Spain (X thousand tonnes) and Mexico (X thousand tonnes) were the main suppliers of garlic, together making up X% of the Australia's imports.
The Australian garlic industry is quite limited due to a small grower base and pressure from China's cheaper imports. China, however, is notorious for using chemicals banned in Australia. What's more, its garlic tends to lack in flavor, and its spotless white color is a result of bleaching, a part of the import process.
Over the last decade, imports from China have pushed Australia's garlic production downwards. Yet, the recent interest of consumers towards fresh local produce and the health benefits of organically grown garlic has encouraged local farmers to introduce a number of improved varieties, and has given hope for enhancing local garlic market prospects in the near future.
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