February 21: Agricultural Products Wholesale Price 200 Index dropped 0.58 points from yesterday in China

Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 22, 2024

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China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs has reported a decrease in the Agricultural Products Wholesale Price Index 200 and the Vegetable Basket product wholesale price index on February 21. While the average price of pork, mutton, eggs, and certain vegetables and fruits saw a decrease, there was a slight increase in the price of beef, white strip chicken, crucian carp, and carp. The highest price increases were seen in Kyoho grapes, Chinese cabbage, beans, carp, and spinach, whereas the largest decreases were in hairtail, pear, mushroom, tomato, and rapeseed.
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According to monitoring by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, the "Agricultural Products Wholesale Price Index 200" on February 21 was 130.59, down 0.58 points from yesterday, and the "Vegetable Basket" product wholesale price index was 132.60, down 0.61 points from yesterday. As of 14:00 today , the average price of pork in the national agricultural product wholesale market was 21.08 yuan/kg, down 1.4% from yesterday; beef was 69.55 yuan/kg, up 0.4% from yesterday; mutton was 64.80 yuan/kg, down 0.4% from yesterday; eggs was 8.96 yuan/kg, It dropped 1.4% from yesterday; white strip chicken was 17.81 yuan/kg, up 0.6% from yesterday. The average price of 28 types of vegetables under key monitoring was 5.68 yuan/kg, down 0.4% from yesterday; the average price of 6 types of fruits under key monitoring was 7.30 yuan. /kg, down 0.1% from yesterday. Crucian carp is 18.63 yuan/kg, up 0.3% from yesterday; carp is 14.65 yuan/kg, up 1.3% from yesterday; silver carp is 9.09 ...
Source: Foodmate
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