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February 26: "Agricultural Products Wholesale Price 200 Index" dropped 0.89 points from last Friday

Pork Fat
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 27, 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 26. The average price of pork, beef, mutton, and eggs also fell. However, the price of 28 types of vegetables decreased while six types of fruits increased. The top five price increases were seen in Kyoho grapes, watermelon, silver carp, crucian carp, and pumpkin, while the top five price decreases were in tomatoes, garlic moss, spinach, hairtail, and green onions.
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According to monitoring by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, the "Agricultural Products Wholesale Price Index 200" on February 26 was 128.95, down 0.89 points from last Friday, and the "Vegetable Basket" product wholesale price index was 131.01, down 0.85 points from last Friday. As of today At 14:00, the average price of pork in the national agricultural products wholesale market was 20.67 yuan/kg, down 1.2% from last Friday; beef was 69.15 yuan/kg, down 0.5% from last Friday; mutton was 64.55 yuan/kg, down from last Friday. dropped by 0.5%; eggs were 8.62 yuan/kg, down 3.0% from last Friday; white chicken was 18.01 yuan/kg, the same as last Friday. The average price of 28 types of vegetables under key monitoring was 5.58 yuan/kg, down from last Friday 1.8%; the average price of the six types of fruits under key monitoring was 7.29 yuan/kg, an increase of 0.6% from last Friday. Crucian carp was 18.70 yuan/kg, an increase of 1.0% from last Friday; carp was 14.55 ...
Source: Foodmate
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