Key Market Indicators
Bahraini whey imports are set to fall by 5.9% year-on-year, reaching $1.44 million in 2026. This is down from $2.05 million in 2021. Demand for Bahraini whey has been decreasing since 2005, with an 8.1% year-on-year decrease. Bahraini whey exports were at $33,620 in 2017, dropping to $5,330 in 2018 - a decrease of 84.2% compared to the year before. In 2018, Bahrain was ranked 82nd in terms of whey exports, with Sri Lanka coming in ahead of them at $5,330. France, Germany and the Netherlands ranked second, third, and fourth respectively.