Most of the food exporters that provide their products to the Dubai are from India, closely followed by Brazil, China, the USA and Australia. The products imported include vegetables, on the first place, as well as meat, dairy products and already prepared foods, among many others. Only about a half of the food is used for local consumption, the rest being re-exported to other countries in the Gulf region, to Eastern Europe and to Africa.
Since more innovative agriculture techniques are now available in the country, such as hydroponics, which allow the farmers to grow crops using very little water, the producers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi are now able to grow a number of fruit and vegetables in order to cover the local needs, and even for exporting them to many countries in Europe. Some of the products that are produced in the Dubai include dates and vegetables such as eggplants, tomatoes and cucumbers. Apart from some types of agricultural produce, the country also exports a wide range of processed and prepared foods to more than one hundred countries. Dried dates and different date products, fish, crude and refined sunflower oil and many types of spices are among the products that food exporters mostly provide to different countries in Europe.
There is a great number of food importers and exporters in Dubai that are engaged in the trading of different products in the food and beverages industry between the Dubai and different countries in Europe and Asia, as well as between the Dubai and the USA. Usually, these companies take care of the shipping and distribution of the products in bulk quantities, all according to international standards, complying to all the rules and regulations for specific types of foods. For more information on the products they trade, do not hesitate to contact any of the food importers and exporters in Dubai.
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