In contrast to a number of other fresh food categories, the import ban in 2014 had a relatively minor impact on volume sales of vegetables. Cauliflowers and broccoli suffered the most, since this category heavily relied on imports, and some decline was also observed in volume sales of tomatoes, as a result of the ban on Turkish tomatoes in 2015 and 2016.
Tomatoes and cucumbers are the most traditional types of vegetables in Russia. Over the years, the import volume share was high in these categories, due to undeveloped indoor production and the climate in the country, which limit outdoor production.
Despite the strong growth in indoor production of tomatoes and cucumbers, this trend has not been observed in other vegetables. The share of tomatoes and cucumbers within the total volume sales of indoor produced vegetables in Russia is currently more than 95%.
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