Halloumi makes over 20% of export revenue

Halloumi cheese exports during the first four months of 2023 reached €111.8 mln, which equals 20.49% of the value of Cypriot exports, said Minister of Agriculture Petros Xenophontos. Addressing the 4th Halloumi

Halloumi hailed as export saviour

During the past decade, halloumi exports have increased tenfold to reach a whopping €284 mln and are expected to rise further, thus becoming a steady pillar of the island’s economic growth. Speaking


Halloumi generating export gold

Halloumi cheese is considered Cyprus’ white gold worth €1.34 bln in exports from 2017-2021, with revenue expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. According to the Ministry of Commerce data, Cyprus

Cyprus to export natural gas by 2026

Cyprus is targeting its first natural gas exports by 2026 from the Aphrodite gas field, Energy Minister Natasa Pilides said. After a parliamentary committee hearing, Pilides said there are many options concerning

COVID19: Halloumi export sales slow

After a record year for Cyprus’ flagship export halloumi, demand for the squeaky cheese has slowed with order cancellations and undelivered quantities due to lockdowns across Europe to combat the second wave

EuroAfrica cable closer as Egypt eyes electricity export

A month after completing all licensing procedures in Cyprus for the EuroAsia Interconnector subsea electricity cable, licenses for the second ‘electricity highway’, the EuroAfrica Interconnector have been issued. Daily Phileleftheros reported that