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Fruit and vegetable prices from the Italian markets the Iceberg lettuce at € 2.50, the Marinda tomato flies to € 5.50

Dai mercati: l’Iceberg a 2,50 euro, il pomodoro Marinda vola a 5,50
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Vegetables
Italy
Easter Holiday
Price Trend
Fruits
Demand
Apr 8, 2022
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The Iceberg salad flies to 2.50 euros, always sustained the prices of tomatoes where the bunch is permanently above 2 euros, cherry and datterino tomatoes over 3 euros and some wholesalers have managed to sell the Marinda variety, naturally extra, for 5, 50 euros per kilo. These are roller coaster rides, but on average, the prices are not high, despite the explosive price increases of fuel and other factors of production. For sales, it is expected and hoped especially on Easter.
The Iceberg salad flies to 2.50 euros, always sustained the prices of tomatoes where the bunch is permanently above 2 euros, cherry and datterino tomatoes over 3 euros and some wholesalers have managed to sell the Marinda variety, naturally extra, for 5, 50 euros per kilo. They are roller coaster rides, but on average the prices are not high, despite the explosive price increases of fuel and other factors of production. For sales it is expected and hoped especially on Easter. In Verona it is time for asparagus, the Iceberg for € 2.50 Andrea Bonizzi, agronomist and quality and price list manager, of the Venetian market takes a picture of a market preparing for Easter. Let's start with an item in great demand such as asparagus: "The local and first-class white (size 22+) costs 6 / 7.5 euros, then the price drops with 16/22 (5.30 / 6.30 euros) and the smallest at 4.5 / 5.30 euros. Beyond white, the green from Campania and Puglia is becoming established and valued, while the Sardinian ...
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