Fewer apples in Polish cold stores, but trade is not any better

Fresh Apple
Fresh Pear
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 3, 2024

Tridge summary

According to the World Apple and Pear Association (WAPA), apple stocks in the European Union are nearly on par with last year's, showing only a 5% decrease, despite a 14% decline in Poland. However, this has not positively affected prices. Meanwhile, pear stocks across Europe are almost identical to those of 2023, with a slight 1.6% year-on-year difference. The largest reserves of these fruits are held by the Netherlands and Belgium.
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Original content

WAPA published European apple and pear stock levels as of February 1. Throughout the European Union, there are only 5% fewer apples compared to last year. Let's focus on Poland. A month ago there were 912,000 in our cold stores. tons of apples, while a year earlier it was 1.06 million tons. At the level of our country, we are talking about a decline of 14% year on year. However, we do not observe any positive impact on prices in this case. In the entire Community this difference is only 5%. In the European Union, stocks amount to 3.19 million tonnes. And the only country with a stock exceeding one million tons is Italy. Source: WAPA If we look at the varieties stored in Polish cold stores, we have: According to WAPA data, a month ago there were still 22.5 thousand in our cold stores. tons of pears. In turn, pear stocks across Europe are ...
Source: Sad24
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