Apples

Environment Food and Rural Affairs written question – answered on 6th November 2001.

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Photo of Derek Wyatt Derek Wyatt Labour, Sittingbourne and Sheppey

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what has been the average crop harvested of Bramley apples in (a) Northern Ireland, (b) Scotland, (c) Wales and (d) England since 1981.

Photo of Elliot Morley Elliot Morley Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

holding answer 2 November 2001

Home production of Bramley apples marketed for the calendar years 1985 to 2001 was as follows:

thousand tonnes
England and Wales Scotland Northern Ireland UK total
1985 121.6 0.1 24.4 146.1
1986 123.0 0.2 24.6 147.8
1987 114.5 0.1 24.3 139.0
1988 100.9 0.1 29.4 130.4
1989 189.0 0.1 35.6 224.7
1990 118.6 0.1 34.3 152.9
1991 150.5 0.1 41.9 192.5
1992 155.5 0.1 41.4 197.0
1993 101.4 0.1 51.2 152.6
1994 87.8 0.1 35.6 123.5
1995 89.7 0.1 41.3 131.2
1996 75.2 0.1 39.7 115.0
1997 57.5 0.1 31.0 88.5
1998 54.7 0.1 27.6 82.4
1999 83.5 0.1 25.8 109.4
2000 59.5 0.1 45.5 105.1
2001(2) 55.5 0.1 50.2 105.7

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