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Fruit and vegetable prices from the Italian markets

Dai mercati: la prima uva siciliana a 3,50/4 euro il chilo
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Vegetables
Fruits
Italy
Price Trend
Environmental Issue
May 25, 2022
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Fruit consumption increases but does not spike. The heat from July to May speeds up the ripening rhythms and sells more watermelons, cherries, and peaches. No doubt. But wholesalers do not raise their glasses too high because they are not expected volumes and exchanges. There is a lot of product from abroad, apart from the handbrake on the Spanish stone fruit, and the prices are balanced. Cherries reach 6 euros, peaches are already down as well as apricots are well below two euros.
Fruit consumption increases, but does not increase. The heat from July to May speeds up the ripening rhythms, sells more watermelons, cherries, peaches. No doubt. But wholesalers do not raise their glasses too high because they are not expected volumes and exchanges. There is a lot of product from abroad, apart from the handbrake on Spanish stone fruit, and the prices are balanced. Cherries reach 6 euros, peaches are already falling as apricots are abundantly under two euros. In Verona the first Sicilian grape Andrea Bonizzi, agronomist and quality and price list manager, offers us the picture of the Verona market: “Consumption increased with the heat, but also volumes due to higher production. Then there is the positive effect of the start of tourism on the lakes in Trentino and the dynamics are positive ". Let's see the articles. “There are good quantities of fruit on the way and prices are falling. Apricots with size 43/46 are at € 1.50, the 46/49 at € 1.80, the 49+ up to € ...
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