Availability of Belgian and Dutch tomatoes on the German market has decreased
Market & Price Trends
Published Oct 20, 2023
The tomato trade experienced rising prices due to a decrease in the availability of Belgian and Dutch tomatoes. Customers had to pay more for additional imported products from Italy, Turkey, Croatia, Poland, and Albania. The availability of grapes, lemons, and cauliflower also decreased while the availability of lettuce, cucumbers, and paprika increased. The prices of these products varied.
Disclaimer: The above summary was generated by a state-of-the-art LLM model and is intended for informational purposes only. It is recommended that readers refer to the original article for more context.
The tomato trade was characterized by rising prices, some of which rose sharply. The availability of Belgian and Dutch tomatoes had fallen sharply due to the seasonal situation. The question, on the other hand, was uninterrupted. According to the BLE, it was therefore not possible to meet demand all year round. The markets unanimously reported rising prices. The dominant parties from Belgium and the Netherlands in particular became more expensive. But customers also had to dig deeper into their pockets for additional Italian and Turkish products and for Croatian, Polish and Albanian imports. Even for domestic fruit, which was already quite expensive, traders were able to increase their prices. ApplesThe range was determined by the local supply. Elstar, Jonagold and Boskoop formed the basis, followed by Tenroy, Wellant and Rubinette. Fuji's availability expanded; These apples cost €1.40 per kg in Frankfurt, coming from the Alte Land. PearsThe number of Italian deliveries clearly ...