Key Market Indicators
Namibian whey imports are expected to reach nearly $3 million by 2026. This is a rise of 2.9% annually since 2021, when it stood at $2.5 million. Since 2005, demand for Namibian whey has grown by 0.6% a year. In 2018, exports of Namibian whey totaled $633, down 26.9% from 2017's figure of $866. Over the same period, the country's supply has decreased by 40.1% year-on-year. Namibia held 88th place in the ranking of whey exporters, overtaken by Ghana with $633. France, Germany, and the Netherlands took the top three spots.