Egyptian non-petroleum exports hit $1.466 billion in February against $1.346 billion in February 2017.
The rise is attributed to a boost in food commodities exports, according to the monthly report of the General Organization For Export and Import Control.
The report - out Thursday - said food commodities exports upped to $ 457 million in February against $ 430 million in the same month last year.
The report added that Egyptian orange topped a list of 20 food commodities exported by Egypt.
Fresh potato exports came in the second position, while dates ranked no seven.
and frozen potato came in the tail of the list, according to the report.
list included cheese, mandarin, frozen strawberry, onion, chocolate, peanuts,
sugar cane and noodles, the report added.