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Analysis of global trading platforms for the week: Carrots, potatoes, and beets are becoming cheaper, and there are fewer onions

Published Mar 4, 2024

Tridge summary

The EastFruit Trade Platform expanded to 13 countries, with carrots being the most sold product despite a decrease in supply. Other vegetables like white cabbage and onions also saw a decrease in supply, while cucumber prices dropped sharply in Uzbekistan. Egyptian vegetable exporters raised prices for carrots and potatoes. In the fruit segment, apples dominated sales, pear prices fell, and grape prices increased. Egypt also significantly increased its presence in the EU fruit import market in 2023. The platform saw increased activity from countries like Turkmenistan, Turkey, and Kazakhstan.
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Key points over the past week: — The top seller is carrots, and they are getting cheaper — The supply of white cabbage and onions has decreased — Sales of early cabbage have started in Macedonia and Albania — Farmers in the south of Ukraine are increasing sales of radishes — Sales of apples dominate in the fruit segment — White cabbage is becoming more expensive in Ukraine cabbage and beets and potatoes are becoming cheaper - The price of cucumber has sharply decreased in Uzbekistan - Vegetables and fruits from Egypt are becoming more expensive - The geography of active participants in the trading platform has begun to expand About these and other trends in the fruit and vegetable markets of the region in the weekly review of EastFruit trading platforms. The past week in the EastFruit Trade Platform group was marked by the expansion of the geography of participants to 13 countries. The number of advertisements placed remained at the level of the previous period. Announcements have ...
Source: Eastfruit
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