From the Italian markets: Prices of courgettes are under a euro, while oranges prices starts from 0.60 to 1.80

Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 21, 2024

Tridge summary

The Italian fruit and vegetable markets are currently experiencing a calm period with reduced consumption and an abundance of supply, causing prices to drop for some items such as cauliflower and artichokes. However, there is no significant drop in prices overall. The prices of various fruits and vegetables from different origins have been provided, with blueberries from Peru and Chile costing 16 euros per kg, blackberries from Mexico at 21 euros per kg, and Italian currants at 20 euros per kg. Charentes melons from Guadeloupe are priced between 3.50 and 4.50 euros per kg, while Tarocco oranges range from 0.60 to 1.90 euros per kg. Sicilian lemons and Golden delicious apples range between 1 and 1.30 euros per kg, and the price of onions fluctuates between 1.30 and 1.50 euros per kilo.
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There is calm in the Italian fruit and vegetable markets. Reduced consumption and an abundance of supply, given the climate, which causes the prices of some items to plummet, such as cauliflower which has dropped to 40 cents in some markets. There is a strong decline in artichokes which fluctuate from 20 to 70 cents per flower head. Courgettes are also decreasing, now below the euro after months around and above 2 euros. They keep the larger sizes of Tarocco oranges while the smaller ones dedicated to juice are bought abundantly under the euro. Attention: the month of February has never been exciting for fruit and vegetables and although there is a supply of products, prices are falling but, with the exception of a few references, there is no real drop in prices. In Sardinia local oranges at 0.70 euros Vincenzo Pisano, president of Fedagro Cagliari, takes a snapshot of the market dynamics at the Sardinian agri-food market, which records a calm trend. Let's see some products. “The ...
Source: Myfruit
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