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Australia and Oceania: Root And Tuber Market 2022

Root And Tuber Market Size in Australia and Oceania

In 2021, the root and tuber market in Australia and Oceania was finally on the rise to reach $X for the first time since 2017, thus ending a three-year declining trend. Over the period under review, consumption, however, continues to indicate a slight decrease. Over the period under review, the market reached the peak level at $X in 2015; however, from 2016 to 2021, consumption stood at a somewhat lower figure.

Root And Tuber Production in Australia and Oceania

In value terms, root and tuber production rose modestly to $X in 2021 estimated in export price. In general, production, however, saw a slight decrease. The most prominent rate of growth was recorded in 2014 when the production volume increased by X% against the previous year. The level of production peaked at $X in 2015; however, from 2016 to 2021, production remained at a lower figure.

The countries with the highest volumes of production in 2021 were Australia (X tons), Papua New Guinea (X tons) and New Zealand (X tons), together comprising X% of total production. Solomon Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu lagged somewhat behind, together comprising a further X 2012 to 2021, the biggest increases were in Fiji (with a CAGR of +X%), while production for the other leaders experienced more modest paces of growth.

The average root and tuber yield stood at X tons per ha in 2021, almost unchanged from the previous year's figure. Over the period under review, the yield, however, continues to indicate a relatively flat trend pattern. The pace of growth appeared the most rapid in 2018 when the yield increased by X%. Over the period under review, the root and tuber yield hit record highs at X tons per ha in 2012; however, from 2013 to 2021, the yield remained at a lower figure. Despite the increased use of modern agricultural techniques and methods, future yield figures may still be impacted by adverse weather conditions.

The root and tuber harvested area stood at X ha in 2021, almost unchanged from the previous year. Overall, the harvested area continues to indicate a relatively flat trend pattern. The pace of growth was the most pronounced in 2013 with an increase of X%. Over the period under review, the harvested area dedicated to root and tuber production attained the peak figure at X ha in 2019; however, from 2020 to 2021, the harvested area remained at a lower figure.

Root And Tuber Exports

Exports in Australia and Oceania

In 2021, shipments abroad of roots and tubers was finally on the rise to reach X tons after two years of decline. Overall, exports showed a relatively flat trend pattern. The pace of growth was the most pronounced in 2016 with an increase of X% against the previous year. Over the period under review, the exports reached the peak figure at X tons in 2018; however, from 2019 to 2021, the exports remained at a lower figure.

In value terms, root and tuber exports expanded notably to $X in 2021. In general, exports showed a relatively flat trend pattern. The most prominent rate of growth was recorded in 2016 with an increase of X%. Over the period under review, the exports reached the peak figure at $X in 2018; however, from 2019 to 2021, the exports remained at a lower figure.

Exports by Country

In 2021, Australia (X tons) represented the major exporter of roots and tubers, achieving X% of total exports. It was distantly followed by New Zealand (X tons), generating a X% share of total exports. The following exporters - Samoa (X tons) and Tonga (X tons) - each accounted for a X% share of total exports.

From 2012 to 2021, the biggest increases were in Samoa (with a CAGR of +X%), while shipments for the other leaders experienced mixed trends in the exports figures.

In value terms, Australia ($X) remains the largest root and tuber supplier in Australia and Oceania, comprising X% of total exports. The second position in the ranking was taken by New Zealand ($X), with a X% share of total exports. It was followed by Samoa, with a X% share.

From 2012 to 2021, the average annual rate of growth in terms of value in Australia stood at +X%. In the other countries, the average annual rates were as follows: New Zealand (-X% per year) and Samoa (+X% per year).

Export Prices by Country

The export price in Australia and Oceania stood at $X per ton in 2021, surging by X% against the previous year. Over the period under review, the export price recorded a relatively flat trend pattern. The growth pace was the most rapid in 2017 an increase of X%. As a result, the export price attained the peak level of $X per ton. From 2018 to 2021, the the export prices remained at a lower figure.

Prices varied noticeably countryorigin: the country with the highest price was Samoa ($X per ton), while New Zealand ($X per ton) was amongst the lowest.

From 2012 to 2021, the most notable rate of growth in terms of prices was attained by Tonga (+X%), while the other leaders experienced more modest paces of growth.

Root And Tuber Imports

Imports in Australia and Oceania

In 2021, approx. X tons of roots and tubers were imported in Australia and Oceania; waning by -X% compared with 2020 figures. Overall, imports showed a relatively flat trend pattern. The most prominent rate of growth was recorded in 2016 when imports increased by X%. The volume of import peaked at X tons in 2014; however, from 2015 to 2021, imports remained at a lower figure.

In value terms, root and tuber imports expanded rapidly to $X in 2021. The total import value increased at an average annual rate of +X% over the period from 2012 to 2021; the trend pattern indicated some noticeable fluctuations being recorded throughout the analyzed period. The growth pace was the most rapid in 2013 when imports increased by X%. The level of import peaked in 2021 and is likely to see steady growth in years to come.

Imports by Country

Fiji represented the key importing country with an import of about X tons, which accounted for X% of total imports. Australia (X tons) took a X% share (based on physical terms) of total imports, which put it in second place, followed by New Zealand (X%), Samoa (X%) and French Polynesia (X%).

Imports into Fiji decreased at an average annual rate of -X% from 2012 to 2021. At the same time, Samoa (+X%) and Australia (+X%) displayed positive paces of growth. Moreover, Samoa emerged as the fastest-growing importer imported in Australia and Oceania, with a CAGR of +X% from 2012-2021. French Polynesia experienced a relatively flat trend pattern. By contrast, New Zealand (-X%) illustrated a downward trend over the same period. Australia (+X p.p.) and Samoa (+X p.p.) significantly strengthened its position in terms of the total imports, while Fiji saw its share reduced by -X% from 2012 to 2021, respectively. The shares of the other countries remained relatively stable throughout the analyzed period.

In value terms, Australia ($X), New Zealand ($X) and Fiji ($X) appeared to be the countries with the highest levels of imports in 2021, with a combined X% share of total imports. French Polynesia and Samoa lagged somewhat behind, together comprising a further X, with a CAGR of +X%, saw the highest growth rate of the value of imports, among the main importing countries over the period under review, while purchases for the other leaders experienced more modest paces of growth.

Import Prices by Country

In 2021, the import price in Australia and Oceania amounted to $X per ton, surging by X% against the previous year. Over the period from 2012 to 2021, it increased at an average annual rate of +X%. The most prominent rate of growth was recorded in 2015 when the import price increased by X%. Over the period under review, import prices hit record highs in 2021 and is likely to see steady growth in years to come.

There were significant differences in the average prices amongst the major importing countries. In 2021, the country with the highest price was Australia ($X per ton), while Samoa ($X per ton) was amongst the lowest.

From 2012 to 2021, the most notable rate of growth in terms of prices was attained by Samoa (+X%), while the other leaders experienced more modest paces of growth.

Source: IndexBox Platform

Base Year Historical Period Forecast Period Units
2021 2007-2021 2022-2030 US$, Tons

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :

What are the largest markets for roots and tubers in Australia and Oceania?
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The countries with the highest volumes of consumption in 2021 were Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand, with a combined 90% share of total consumption. Solomon Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu lagged somewhat behind, together comprising a further 8.2%.
What are the largest producers of roots and tubers in Australia and Oceania?
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The countries with the highest volumes of production in 2021 were Australia, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand, with a combined 90% share of total production. Solomon Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu lagged somewhat behind, together comprising a further 7.6%.
What are the leading suppliers of roots and tubers in Australia and Oceania?
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In value terms, Australia remains the largest root and tuber supplier in Australia and Oceania, comprising 65% of total exports. The second position in the ranking was taken by New Zealand, with a 27% share of total exports. It was followed by Samoa, with a 5.2% share.
What are the leading importers of roots and tubers in Australia and Oceania?
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In value terms, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji constituted the countries with the highest levels of imports in 2021, together comprising 90% of total imports. These countries were followed by French Polynesia and Samoa, which together accounted for a further 5.8%.
What is the average export price for roots and tubers in Australia and Oceania?
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The export price in Australia and Oceania stood at $648 per ton in 2021, surging by 2.7% against the previous year.
What is the average import price for roots and tubers in Australia and Oceania?
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The import price in Australia and Oceania stood at $1,106 per ton in 2021, with an increase of 13% against the previous year.

This report provides an in-depth analysis of the root and tuber market in Australia and Oceania. Within it, you will discover the latest data on market trends and opportunities by country, consumption, production and price developments, as well as the global trade (imports and exports). The forecast exhibits the market prospects through 2030.


Product coverage:
• FCL 125 - Cassava
• FCL 149 - Roots and tubers nes
• FCL 122 - Sweet potatoes
• FCL 136 - Taro (Cocoyam)
• FCL 137 - Yams
• FCL 135 - Yautia (Cocoyam)

Data coverage:
• Market volume and value
• Per Capita consumption
• Forecast of the market dynamics in the medium term
• Production in Australia and Oceania, split by region and country
• Trade (exports and imports) in Australia and Oceania
• Export and import prices
• Market trends, drivers and restraints
• Key market players and their profiles

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This report is designed for manufacturers, distributors, importers, and wholesalers, as well as for investors, consultants and advisors.

In this report, you can find information that helps you to make informed decisions on the following issues:
1. How to diversify your business and benefit from new market opportunities
2. How to load your idle production capacity
3. How to boost your sales on overseas markets
4. How to increase your profit margins
5. How to make your supply chain more sustainable
6. How to reduce your production and supply chain costs
7. How to outsource production to other countries
8. How to prepare your business for global expansion
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1. INTRODUCTION

Making Data-Driven Decisions to Grow Your Business

1.1
REPORT DESCRIPTION
1.2
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND AI PLATFORM
1.3
DATA-DRIVEN DECISIONS FOR YOUR BUSINESS
1.4
GLOSSARY AND SPECIFIC TERMS
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A Quick Overview of Market Performance

3. MARKET OVERVIEW

Understanding the Current State of The Market and Its Prospects

3.1
MARKET SIZE
3.2
CONSUMPTION BY COUNTRY
3.3
MARKET FORECAST TO 2030
4. MOST PROMISING PRODUCTS

Finding New Products to Diversify Your Business

4.1
TOP PRODUCTS TO DIVERSIFY YOUR BUSINESS
4.2
BEST-SELLING PRODUCTS
4.3
MOST CONSUMED PRODUCT
4.4
MOST TRADED PRODUCT
4.5
MOST PROFITABLE PRODUCT FOR EXPORT
5. MOST PROMISING SUPPLYING COUNTRIES

Choosing the Best Countries to Establish Your Sustainable Supply Chain

5.1
TOP COUNTRIES TO SOURCE YOUR PRODUCT
5.2
TOP PRODUCING COUNTRIES
5.3
COUNTRIES WITH TOP YIELDS
5.4
TOP EXPORTING COUNTRIES
5.5
LOW-COST EXPORTING COUNTRIES
6. MOST PROMISING OVERSEAS MARKETS

Choosing the Best Countries to Boost Your Exports

6.1
TOP OVERSEAS MARKETS FOR EXPORTING YOUR PRODUCT
6.2
TOP CONSUMING MARKETS
6.3
UNSATURATED MARKETS
6.4
TOP IMPORTING MARKETS
6.5
MOST PROFITABLE MARKETS
7. PRODUCTION

The Latest Trends and Insights into The Industry

7.1
PRODUCTION VOLUME AND VALUE
7.2
PRODUCTION BY COUNTRY
7.3
HARVESTED AREA AND YIELD BY COUNTRY
8. IMPORTS

The Largest Importers on The Market and How They Succeed

8.1
IMPORTS FROM 2012–2021
8.2
IMPORTS BY COUNTRY
8.3
IMPORT PRICES BY COUNTRY
9. EXPORTS

The Largest Exporters on The Market and How They Succeed

9.1
EXPORTS FROM 2012–2021
9.2
EXPORTS BY COUNTRY
9.3
EXPORT PRICES BY COUNTRY
10. PROFILES OF MAJOR PRODUCERS

The Largest Producers on The Market and Their Profiles

11. COUNTRY PROFILES

The Largest Markets And Their Profiles

• Australia
• Cook Islands
• Fiji
• French Polynesia
• Kiribati
• Marshall Islands
• Micronesia
• New Caledonia
• New Zealand
• Northern Mariana Islands
• Palau
• Papua New Guinea
• Samoa
• Solomon Islands
• Tokelau
• Tonga
• Tuvalu
• Vanuatu
• Wallis and Futuna Islands
• American Samoa
• Nauru
• Niue
• Guam
LIST OF TABLES
Table 1:
Key Findings In 2021
Table 2:
Market Volume, In Physical Terms, 2012–2021
Table 3:
Market Value, 2012–2021
Table 4:
Per Capita Consumption, By Country, 2015–2021
Table 5:
Production, In Physical Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Table 6:
Harvested Area, By Country, 2012–2021
Table 7:
Yield, By Country, 2012–2021
Table 8:
Imports, In Physical Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Table 9:
Imports, In Value Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Table 10:
Import Prices, By Country Of Destination, 2012–2021
Table 11:
Exports, In Physical Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Table 12:
Exports, In Value Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Table 13:
Export Prices, By Country Of Origin, 2012–2021
Table 14:
Producer Prices, By Major Producing Country, 2021
Table 15:
Producer Prices Index - Annual Data (2004-2006=100), By Major Producing Country
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1:
Market Volume, In Physical Terms, 2012–2021
Figure 2:
Market Value, 2012–2021
Figure 3:
Consumption, By Country, 2021
Figure 4:
Market Forecast To 2030
Figure 5:
Products: Market Size And Growth, By Type
Figure 6:
Products: Average Per Capita Consumption, By Type
Figure 7:
Products: Exports And Growth, By Type
Figure 8:
Products: Export Prices And Growth, By Type
Figure 9:
Production Volume And Growth
Figure 10:
Yield And Growth
Figure 11:
Exports And Growth
Figure 12:
Export Prices And Growth
Figure 13:
Market Size And Growth
Figure 14:
Per Capita Consumption
Figure 15:
Imports And Growth
Figure 16:
Import Prices
Figure 17:
Production, In Physical Terms, 2012–2021
Figure 18:
Production, In Value Terms, 2012–2021
Figure 19:
Area Harvested, 2012–2021
Figure 20:
Yield, 2012–2021
Figure 21:
Production, By Country, 2021
Figure 22:
Production, In Physical Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Figure 23:
Harvested Area, By Country, 2021
Figure 24:
Harvested Area, By Country, 2012–2021
Figure 25:
Yield, By Country, 2012–2021
Figure 26:
Imports, In Physical Terms, 2012–2021
Figure 27:
Imports, In Value Terms, 2012–2021
Figure 28:
Imports, In Physical Terms, By Country, 2021
Figure 29:
Imports, In Physical Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Figure 30:
Imports, In Value Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Figure 31:
Import Prices, By Country, 2012–2021
Figure 32:
Exports, In Physical Terms, 2012–2021
Figure 33:
Exports, In Value Terms, 2012–2021
Figure 34:
Exports, In Physical Terms, By Country, 2021
Figure 35:
Exports, In Physical Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Figure 36:
Exports, In Value Terms, By Country, 2012–2021
Figure 37:
Export Prices, 2012–2021
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