A sharp increase in the supply of new crop potatoes and vegetables from Uzbekistan - analysis of global trading platforms for the week

Published Mar 25, 2024

Tridge summary

The supply and sale of vegetables, particularly potatoes and white cabbage, from Uzbekistan's current harvest are increasing, with early cabbage from Egypt also entering the market. However, the market is experiencing fluctuations in prices due to weather conditions, with increases noted in the prices of carrots in Ukraine, tomatoes in Uzbekistan, and tangerines and Iceberg lettuce in Egypt. Conversely, prices for cauliflower, green onions, lettuce, apples, lemons, tangerines, kiwi, pomegranate, and garden strawberries have decreased. Despite decreased sales from Ukraine, Turkmenistan, and Greece, the number of advertisements on the EastFruit Trade Platform has increased due to the increased product supply from Uzbekistan.
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Original content

Key points over the past week: - The supply of potatoes has doubled - Participants from Uzbekistan are increasing the sale of vegetables from the current year's harvest - The sales leader is white cabbage, the supply of which is growing - The first announcements about the sale of early cabbage from Egypt have appeared - Cucumber is again in the top sales — White cabbage is becoming cheaper in Ukraine and carrots continue to rise in price — Tomato prices have begun to rise in Uzbekistan — Exporters from Egypt have increased prices for tangerines and Iceberg lettuce About these and other trends in the fruit and vegetable markets of the region in the weekly review of EastFruit trading platforms. The number of advertisements posted on the EastFruit Trade Platform increased compared to the previous period, despite a decrease in sales from Ukraine, Turkmenistan and Greece. This happened primarily due to a sharp increase in product supply from Uzbekistan. Participants from Iran, Egypt ...
Source: Eastfruit
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