Central Asia: Apple and Egyptian onions are getting more expensive, vegetables are mostly getting cheaper

Published Mar 20, 2023

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Key points for the past week: — Vegetables in Ukraine are mostly cheaper, while fruits are more expensive — Apple dominates among fruits, but its supply is declining, and prices tend to rise — Cabbage is becoming more and it leads in the number of ads — Doubled supply of potatoes, radishes and greens — Sales of onions from Europe are growing, and prices for it in Egypt have been growing for the fifth week in a row — The commodity supply of vegetables and fruits from Turkey has increased About these and other trends in the fruit and vegetable markets of the region in the weekly review of EastFruit trading floors. The number of ads placed on the EastFruit Trade Platform continues to grow, having increased by another 20% last week. This was primarily due to an increase in the supply of goods from Ukraine, Iran, Uzbekistan, and especially from Turkey, where trading activity is beginning to recover after the tragedy. In just one week, Turkish fruit and vegetable exporters have more ...
Source: Eastfruit
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