In 2016, the vanilla market dropped to X tonnes, caused by the reduction of global vanilla production due to harvest cuts in Madagascar and Indonesia. At the same time, demand for vanilla continues to grow against the backdrop of growing demand from
Global vanilla consumption amounted to X thousand tonnes in 2015, stabilizing at the previous year level.
In 2015, global consumption of vanilla amounted to X tonnes, standing approx. at the 2014 level. One year before there was a fall by X% caused by the reduction of vanilla production in Indonesia; from 2007 to 2013, va
The value of total imports on the global vanilla market in 2015 stood at X million USD. There was an annual increase of +X% for the period from 2007 to 2015. In physical terms, imports of vanilla reached X tonnes i
From 2007 to 2015, global exports of vanilla grew by +X% per year, amounting to X million USD in 2015. In physical terms, exports on the global vanilla market reached X tonnes in 2015, which was X tonnes (or X%) more than the year before.
The global production of vanilla was estimated at X tonnes in 2015, an increase of X tonnes against the figure for 2013, and X tonnes (or X%) less than the peak production level recorded in 2011.
From 2007 to 2015, global vanilla market consumption decreased by -X% annually. The highest annual rates of growth in terms of vanilla consumption between 2007 and 2015 were registered in India, with a +X% growth, due to the increased number of va
Although widely considered a standard commodity, vanilla requires highly labor-intensive methods of cultivation that make it the second most expensive spice in the world, surpassed only by saffron.
France dominates in the global vanilla trade. In 2014, France exported X thousand tonnes of vanilla totaling X million USD, X% over the previous year. Its primary trading partner was Germany, where it supplied X% of its total vanilla exports in val