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February 20: Agricultural Products Wholesale Price 200 Index dropped 0.77 points from yesterday in China

China
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 21, 2024

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China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs reported a decrease in the Agricultural Products Wholesale Price Index and the Vegetable Basket product wholesale price index on February 20. The average price of pork, beef, mutton, and certain types of fish decreased, while the price of eggs and hairtail increased. The top five price increases among the 46 monitored varieties were hairtail, large yellow croaker, cabbage, potatoes, and pineapple, while the top five price decreases were zucchini, pork, white chicken, spinach, and tomatoes.
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According to monitoring by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, the "Agricultural Products Wholesale Price Index 200" on February 20 was 131.17, down 0.77 points from yesterday, and the "Vegetable Basket" product wholesale price index was 133.21, down 0.84 points from yesterday. As of 14:00 today , the average price of pork in the national agricultural product wholesale market was 21.37 yuan/kg, down 3.1% from yesterday; beef was 69.29 yuan/kg, down 0.5% from yesterday; mutton was 65.09 yuan/kg, down 0.4% from yesterday; eggs was 9.09 yuan/kg, An increase of 0.4% from yesterday; white strip chicken is 17.70 yuan/kg, a decrease of 2.7% from yesterday. The average price of 28 types of vegetables under key monitoring is 5.70 yuan/kg, down 0.9% from yesterday; the average price of 6 types of fruits under key monitoring is 7.31 yuan /kg, down 0.1% from yesterday. Crucian carp is 18.57 yuan/kg, down 1.3% from yesterday; carp is 14.46 yuan/kg, down 2.3% from yesterday; silver ...
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