Sunday, February 28, 2016

  • Sunday, February 28, 2016
  • Elder of Ziyon
Israel is one of the top ten countries in exporting potatoes (2014 numbers)

  1. Netherlands: US$905.9 million (21.7% of total raw potatoes exports)
  2. France: $519.4 million (12.4%)
  3. Germany: $334.8 million (8%)
  4. Egypt: $326.8 million (7.8%)
  5. China: $272 million (6.5%)
  6. United States: $200.1 million (4.8%)
  7. Canada: $198.2 million (4.7%)
  8. Belgium: $197.6 million (4.7%)
  9. United Kingdom: $144.9 million (3.5%)
  10. Israel: $129.5 million (3.1%)
And that amount increased by 56% since 2010.

This is sort of amazing. Tiny Isrsel exports two thirds the amount of potatoes as the US?

And Israel exports 3.1% of the world's potatoes when it only takes up about 0.006% of the earth's surface?

Who knew?

BDSers did! They seem to have noticed this before anyone else.


I really should pay more attention to their webpages, they have lots of great news!

(H/t Birone)








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