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Blog, Sergey Avramenko, July 10, 2018 51

In 2016, the global snail market amounted to 43K tonnes, which equated approx. $154M in terms of wholesale prices. From 2007 to 2016, the global snail market was gradually growing; however, with some noticeable fluctuations in certain years. A significant drop in 2010 (-13% Y-o-Y) was followed by a robust increase through to 2014. Afterwards, however, it plunged again and then bounced back in 2016. 

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Blog, Anna Sergeeva, February 09, 2018 1023

Global rabbit meat consumption amounted to 1,599 thousand tonnes in 2015, ascending by +2.9% against the previous year level.

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Blog, Sergey Avramenko, February 01, 2018 362

Global rabbit meat exports amounted to 40 thousand tonnes in 2015, coming down by -15.1% against the previous year level.

 
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Blog, Jasur Salakhitdinov, August 31, 2017 1223

In this post, I would like to tell you about how to choose the right export market to grow your business. In other words, in which country will you have the best chance of boosting your sales. I’ll be using our own methodology that we’ve developed at IndexBox, which includes 5 simple steps.

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Blog, Alexander Romanenko, October 14, 2015 617

France dominates in the global snail trade. In 2014, France exported 0.9 thousand tonnes of snails totaling 7.9 million USD, 68% over the previous year. Its primary trading partner was Romania, where it supplied 74% of its total snail exports in value terms, accounting for 94% of Romania's total imports.

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Blog, Alexander Romanenko, October 11, 2015 483

China dominates in the global rabbit or hare meat trade. In 2014, China exported 13 thousand tonnes of rabbit or hare meat totaling 55 million USD, 43% over the previous year. Its primary trading partner was Belgium, where it supplied 39% of its total rabbit or hare meat exports in value terms, accounting for 69% of Belgium's total imports.

 
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Blog, Alexander Romanenko, February 19, 2015 1429

In 2011, China exported 76.9% of its total apple juice output. Of this amount, 52.3% was supplied to the United States, where Chinese apple juice held 47.3% share of total U.S. consumption.