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Fiji Edible Oil Industry Outlook 2022 - 2026

See how Fiji Edible Oil performed compared to key markets such as Indonesia, China and Malaysia.

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The country was ranked 128 in 2021, with Mauritius overtaking with 13 Thousand Metric Tons. China, India and the United States respectively took the top three spots in this ranking. Fiji's production of edible oils is expected to drop by 2.1% year-on-year, reaching approximately 2.6 thousand metric tons by 2026. This is down from 3 thousand metric tons in 2021. Supply has remained relatively stable since 2017, where Fiji was ranked 135th in the world. Mauritius overtook Fiji that same year, reaching 3 thousand metric tons. China, Malaysia and the United States took the top 3 spots in that ranking. Consumption of edible oils in Fiji is projected to remain stable up to 2026, reaching around 9 thousand metric tons. This is unchanged from 2021, where Fiji was ranked 128th in the world. Mauritius again overtook Fiji, reaching 13 thousand metric tons. China, India and the United States took the top 3 spots in this ranking.

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