Ukraine will continue to build a vegetable store

Ukraine can supply to foreign markets high-quality vegetables in the presentation. On this, as the correspondent ForUm'And, during a press tour for the largest vegetable store in Europe, told journalists the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Mykola Prysyazhnyuk.

"We can supply quality Ukrainian vegetable group, and in a normal presentation. In 2012, exports of vegetable and fruit group increased by 20% while imports decreased by 40%. We are gradually entering the foreign markets ", — he said.

The minister also explained why he visited today the vegetable store. "It was important to understand how busy this place. Not to come this way: we are building objects, and they are not used for other purposes. To date, 50 tons in March load is 36 tonnes. This is quite a high figure even for developed countries ", — he said.

 

In addition, Prysiazhnyuk stressed that the best vegetable stores provided Kherson, Kiev, Kirovograd and Volyn region. "If we look at the framework of the revitalization Economy for 2013-2014 year, we are planning for two years to increase the storage capacity of 600 thousand tons. But more important to me load these objects, and that the farmers use their services, "- he said. As previously reported by ForUm, over the next seven years, Agriculture Ministry plans increase vegetable production to 10 million tonnes per year.

In 2010-2011. Statistics of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy of Ukraine in the amount of vegetable stores built tripled. For the year 2011 to build a warehouse for a total capacity of 300 thousand tons in the country is now under construction at the same time 104 vegetable store. In early 2011, has been certified vegetable storage capacity of 550 thousand tons, and at the beginning of this year — 1 300 million tonnes by the end of the year in Ukraine will build the world's largest vegetable storage capacity of 200 tons This will eliminate import and to increase the export of fruits and vegetables, which have increased three-fold.


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