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Italy: Expensive tomatoes (2.50 euros), nuts to the stars

Dai mercati: pomodori cari (2,50 euro), frutta secca alle stelle, esotico giù
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Oct 26, 2021
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Grapes, apples, persimmons, chestnuts are sold, while the pear campaign remains problematic in the Italian wholesale markets. The presence of Italian clementines is strengthening, but there is a lot of Spain. The first oranges arrive in Calabria where there is a lot of local product in the Catanzaro market: from chestnuts to apples. Moment of suffering for all the exotic. These are not times for the superfluous, explain the wholesalers, but woe to give up avocado. The prices of some items of dried fruit skyrocket: double-digit increases. Lots of Spanish clementines in Pescara A trip to Pescara where at the market we meet Vincenzo Palestini, the local Fedagro manager, who introduces us to the situation of the Abruzzo market where some constants of the national fruit and vegetable centers are repeated. Starting with the dear pears. “The Abate range from € 1.80 in a loose version to reach € 3 / 3.50. A difficult situation ". A lot of Spanish product for clementines, a little ...
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