Almería, Spain: Tomato, eggplant, and zucchini remain in a price crisis

Dried Common Bean
Published Feb 23, 2024

Tridge summary

As February ends, eggplant, zucchini, and tomato prices have fallen due to increased production from high temperatures and competition from other countries. However, green beans and peppers continue to command high prices. The influx of tomatoes from Morocco and Turkey is further driving down prices. The green Italian pepper and the red lamuyo pepper are currently the most valued products.
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(R.P.) The final stretch of the month of February is not being good commercially for products such as eggplant, zucchini and tomato. The high temperatures have caused greater production to which we must add competition from other countries, so supply has skyrocketed and prices are minimal. There are many crops that were transplanted in the fall that have already been removed, but the volume that is being harvested is high. Both fine and fat zucchini sell between forty-five and twenty-five euro cents per kilo. The long eggplant does not exceed cuts of forty-five cents and has finishes of thirty euro cents, and the striped type amounts to first cuts of one uro with ten cents and has finishes of fifty-five euro cents per kilo. Green beans remain at high prices, such as the helda type with an average price of four and fifty euros, the red perona prices on average four and ninety euros, the emerite type has an average cut of five and twenty euros and the strike is sold between seven ...
Source: Agronoticias
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