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Promising European markets for sesame seeds

The European markets for sesame seeds offers opportunities. Exporters from developing countries that offers large and traditional sesame seeds could target Greece and Poland. The organic market in Germany and re-exports through the Netherlands also offer opportunities. Find out more on this page.

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Exporting sesame seeds to Europe

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Europe is a growing market for sesame seeds. Besides traditional uses in bakery and confectionery, the increasing popularity of products like tahini...

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Exporting sesame seeds to Greece

Takes 20 minutes to read

Sesame seeds (Sesamum indicum) are grown primarily for their oil content. In Europe, sesame seeds are primarily used for toppings on bakery products...

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Exporting sesame seeds to the Netherlands

Takes 19 minutes to read

For sesame seed exporters, the Netherlands is an important entry point into Europe. The country sources most of its sesame seeds directly from...

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Exporting sesame seeds to Poland

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Several traditional Polish sweets contain sesame seeds, making it an interesting market for exporters. The market requires high-quality seeds in...

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Exporting sesame seeds to the United Kingdom

Takes 20 minutes to read

The United Kingdom is one of the most diverse sesame seed markets in Europe. Sesame seeds meet the innovation and product development needs of the...

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