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Few sales and good prices for consumers in the Italian markets for fruits and vegetables

Dai mercati: poche vendite, prezzi buoni per i consumatori
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Vegetables
Fruits
Italy
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Mar 15, 2022
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Falling fruit and vegetables. In a season of rising prices, the consumer can buy fruit and vegetables well. In the wholesale markets, sales volumes and values ​​are decreasing, even up to 20%. Fennels are back to normal, just above the euro, courgettes, and aubergines. More sustained cluster tomatoes and peppers, they hold well the oranges and even the artichokes even without large peaks. Significant price differences within the strawberry world.
Falling fruit and vegetables. In a season of rising prices, the consumer can buy fruit and vegetables well. In wholesale markets, sales volumes and values drop, even up to 20%. Fennel is back to normal, just above the euro, zucchini and aubergines. More sustained cluster tomatoes and peppers, they hold well the oranges and even the artichokes even without large peaks. Significant price differences within the strawberry world. Heavy drops in turnover: up to and over 20% There will also be price increases, but if people don't buy the price is kept low. Aurelio Baccini, national vice president of Fedagro offers a reading of the situation to the Florence wholesale market: "Decreasing sales. Surely it is affected by the climate of war and this is reflected somewhat on consumption. We record a drop of around 20% in terms of turnover and this 20% is also due to the prices that are falling due to oversupply ”. Vegetable prices are back to normal: "Both Italian and Spanish cluster tomatoes ...
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