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Italy: Courgettes, tomatoes and aubergines; the declines continue

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Published Feb 21, 2024

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Bmti surveys reveal a decrease in prices for several main fruit and vegetable products, including courgettes, tomatoes, aubergines, oranges, cauliflowers, and artichokes, due to mild temperatures. However, peppers are an exception with prices increasing. The climate has adversely affected both production and sales, but despite the price drop, demand has not significantly risen. The favorable climate has resulted in high production, particularly for white cauliflowers and fennel from southern Italy.
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The Bmti findings highlight how, due to the rather mild temperatures, fruit and vegetable prices continue to fall. Peppers are an exception Courgettes, tomatoes and aubergines, but also oranges, cauliflowers and artichokes. According to Bmti surveys, many of the main fruit and vegetable products continue to show decreasing prices both on an annual basis and compared to last week. Oranges, prices are not taking off Static Sicilian orange market, subdued demand and prices that are unable to rise. Low quotations for the small caliber product, which has high quantities, while compared to twelve months ago the larger calibers are showing a little more. The climate of recent months, with above average temperatures, has had a negative impact on both production and sales. Artichokes in pain Italian artichoke campaign suffering due to poor rainfall, which does not help growth. Incoming new production of Romanesco artichoke, mainly from Campania. Demand does not undergo any increase, ...
Source: Terraevita
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