Italy: Broccoli and tomatoes above 2 euros

Published Dec 6, 2023

Tridge summary

The prices of cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, courgettes, and tomatoes are high in Italian wholesale markets due to the season and disrupted schedules caused by autumn heat. Citrus fruits, such as Tarocco oranges, are selling well at prices above 2 euros. Grapes, persimmons, and pomegranates are also in high demand, while chestnuts from Campania are still being sold despite competition from Portuguese and Spanish products.
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Cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, courgettes well over two euros, the vine tomato which costs as much as the cherry and is close to three euros per kg in Italian wholesale markets. It's not the season and you can see it in the prices. Also because the autumn heat has messed up the schedules, as in the case of broccoli with entire productions ruined. Citrus fruits are selling and holding their prices, where Tarocco oranges are debuting with more quotas with prices sustained above 2 euros. Grapes continue to skyrocket, persimmons and pomegranates are strong. In Bari, local clementines above the euro, oranges are sold less. At the fruit and vegetable market in Bari, Pino Lucatorto, president of Fedagro, takes stock of the market dynamics for myfruit.it. “Locally produced clementines are keeping the price above the euro, they are selling and trading quite well. There is also produce from Basilicata” Oranges? “The volumes traded are not very high, but the prices continue to hold up”. ...
Source: Myfruit
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