From the Italian markets: Cauliflower and broccoli are above 2 euros, and oranges are at 1.50 euros

Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 22, 2023

Tridge summary

The prices of cauliflower, broccoli, and salads are above 2 euros per kilo. Courgettes have dropped below 2 euros, except for smaller ones which reach up to 2.70 euros but don't sell well. Strawberries are experiencing a sharp decline and have reached a price of 15 euros per kilo, while Italian kiwis compete with Greek ones at lower prices.
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Cauliflower, broccoli, salads cost around and well above 2 euros per kilo. Courgettes are on the decline, moving away from 2 euros, apart from the smaller ones which reach up to 2.70 euros, but they don't sell much. Sicilian navel oranges are between 0.90 euros and 1.50 euros, while on clementines there is a wide range, from under one euro for the smaller sizes to over 2 for the larger ones. Strawberries are down sharply, reaching 15 euros a kilo in recent weeks. Italian kiwis share the market with those of Greek origin at a lower price. In Verona the local product is about to end, I'm afraid of vegetables from the South In the Venetian city Andrea Bonizzi, agronomist and manager of the market's quality and price list, takes a photo of the trend at the beginning of the week: "A stable market with average demand and average supply -high. Temperatures dropped, but not excessively for the period. There are still local vegetables, but only a few. The harvest of Venetian peppers will ...
Source: Myfruit
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