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Italy: Courgettes are still above 2 euros, and tomatoes falling

Fruits
Vegetables
Italy
Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 25, 2024

Tridge summary

The article provides an overview of the current prices of various fruits and vegetables. Courgettes have seen a slight decrease to just above 2 euros per kg, while tomatoes are also decreasing, with bunch tomatoes under 2 euros and datterino tomatoes under 3 euros. Artichokes range from 40 to 75 cents per flower, and clementines range from 0.50 to 3 euros. Kumquats from Sicily are priced around 2.50 euros per kilo, and large-sized oranges are selling for up to 2 euros. Strawberries from Campania, Sicily, and Basilicata range from 4 to 10 euros per kg, and Abate pears are around 3 euros for the 70/75 caliber. Apples prices remain stable in Verona.
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Original content

Vegetable prices dropped a bit, but remained stable for several items. The main indicator is courgettes which, with the medium size, have dropped from 2.50 euros last week, but are still above 2 euros per kg. With the paradox that Italian courgettes, destined for abroad, cost the same as average Spanish imported courgettes: the former costs 1.90 euros, the latter 1.80 euros. Tomatoes are also decreasing, with bunch tomatoes under 2 euros and datterino tomatoes under 3, but they sell little and there is foreign competition. Artichokes range from 40 to a maximum of 75 cents per flower depending on the variety. Wide range for clementines, from 0.50 up to 3 euros for the non-Israeli product, and the Tarocco oranges with the larger sizes hold the price at around 2 euros per kg. Courgettes up to 3 euros with small sizes “Last week Sicilian courgettes reached 2.50 euros with the medium size (14721) now they have dropped to around 2.30 euros per kg. You can buy cheaper with products from ...
Source: Myfruit
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