DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gmkc8x/fruits_and) has announced the addition of the "Fruits And Vegetables Industry In Kuwait: Analysis Of Consumption And Production Trends Of Fruits And Vegetables Over The Last Decade" report to their offering.
Due to soil infertility, water scarcity, unfavorable climate and lack of trained labor force, the agricultural sector plays a minor role in the Kuwaiti economy. With the exception of fishery products, Kuwait is totally dependent on imports for its food supply. The main food and agricultural commodities produced in Kuwait are fresh vegetables, cow milk and poultry meat. All these commodities were destined to local human consumption. Winter, summer and semi-perennial crops include fruits, leafy vegetables, tubers and pulses. Vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, bell peppers, etc. and fruit such as strawberries are grown in green houses and in some cases exported to neighboring countries. The food processing industry is well developed but the domestic production remains small in comparison with the volume of food imports.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive summary
- Areas covered (Sectors and countries)
- Research methodology
2. Fruits and Vegetables
- Overview of local production
- companies (number of companies, revenues, market shares)
- government policies
- new developments
- imports (countries)
- prices (ten years)
- Consumption trends
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