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World: With a sharp drop in the supply of onions and apples, strawberries are trending

Published May 6, 2024

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The sales leader is white cabbage. The supply of borscht set vegetables has decreased. Participants from Ukraine are increasing sales of radishes and Chinese cabbage. Apricot sales have started in Uzbekistan. Egypt has begun offering grapes of the new harvest. The number of garden strawberry sellers is growing in Ukraine. In Potatoes and cabbage from the new harvest are becoming cheaper in Ukraine, while last year's onions are becoming more expensive in Uzbekistan, garden strawberries are becoming cheaper and carrots are becoming more expensive. The total number of posted advertisements decreased slightly compared to the previous week due to a reduction in sales from suppliers of vegetables and fruits from Ukraine, supply of goods from Uzbekistan and Egypt has also decreased, but representatives of Iran again intensified trade.
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Key points over the past week: — The sales leader is white cabbage — The supply of borscht set vegetables has noticeably decreased — Participants from Ukraine are increasing sales of radishes and Chinese cabbage — Apricot sales have started in Uzbekistan — Egypt has begun offering grapes of the new harvest — The number of garden strawberry sellers is growing — In Potatoes and cabbage from the new harvest are becoming cheaper in Ukraine, while last year's onions are becoming more expensive - In Uzbekistan, garden strawberries are becoming cheaper and carrots are becoming more expensive. About these and other trends in the fruit and vegetable markets of the region in a weekly review of EastFruit trading platforms. Last week, participants from 10 countries sold their products in the EastFruit Trade Platform group, while the total number of posted advertisements decreased slightly compared to the previous week. This was primarily due to a reduction in sales from suppliers of ...
Source: Eastfruit
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