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From the markets of Italy: Lemon disaster and Spanish clementines

Fruits
Vegetables
Italy
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 13, 2024

Tridge summary

The purchasing power decrease is impacting the entire supply chain of fruits and vegetables, notably affecting lemon production. However, strawberries are selling well due to limited supply, and foreign clementines are fetching good prices. The market anticipates a boost with the arrival of good weather and is investing in digitalisation and logistics for infrastructure improvement. National oranges are outperforming Egyptian ones in quality and sales. Prices of courgettes and vine tomatoes are fluctuating, while the dried fruit market contracts with spring's arrival. Hazelnuts prices remain stable, and Californian pistachios are doing well.
Disclaimer: The above summary was generated by Tridge's proprietary AI model for informational purposes.

Original content

The reduction in consumption is having an impact, but the performance of some fruit and vegetable products goes beyond the macroeconomic dynamics. Myfruit.it has documented the problems with lemon production, wholesalers confirm the fact of a stable market for this reference. A disaster. Time for strawberries, they are also sold at good prices but because the offer is not very high. Clementines are mainly foreign and have good prices. A better campaign was expected for oranges. Always supported onions and potatoes. In Udine with Pavan: "Contraction in consumption due to lower purchasing power" Spring is expected at the Udine market because so far little work has been done. Analysis by Giuseppe Pavan, president of Fedagro Udine and national vice-president of the association, who underlines to myfruit.it: "The decrease in purchasing power affects the entire supply chain. We hope with good weather to change the projections on consumption percentages." Strawberries are doing well, ...
Source: Myfruit
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