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Poland 2022: Black currants production won't pay off?

Czarne porzeczki 2022: Produkcja nie będzie się opłacać?
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Poland
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May 3, 2022
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- Moods among currant producers caused by drastic increases in input prices are bad. We are afraid that the prices offered by the processing industry to growers will not take into account the current costs of fruit production - says Stanisław Trzonkowski, vice president of the Polish Association of Currant Growers.
- The mood among currant producers caused by drastic increases in the prices of means of production (fertilizers, fuel, plant protection chemicals, spare parts, electricity and others), as well as labor costs, external services are bad. We are afraid that the prices to be offered by the processing industry to growers will not take into account the current costs of fruit production - emphasizes Stanisław Trzonkowski. - The Polish Association of Currant Growers is in the process of calculating the unit costs of blackcurrant fruit production, therefore I will use the calculations already prepared by the National Association of Aronia Growers and confirmed by IAFE. On the basis of these calculations, which I took an active part in, the cost of producing 1 kg of chokeberry fruit at the current prices of means of production and the levels of other costs amounted to PLN 2.22. Last year, the price obtained (which was rare at the end of the harvest) was 1.20 / kg. It should be added that ...
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