Italy: Vegetables down, peppers and tomatoes up

Published Mar 1, 2023

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Aubergines and courgettes go down, peppers remain high and also some varieties of tomatoes. Prices and quotations for some vegetables remain high, but these are out-of-season products and above all in a context of inflation and rising production costs. For vine tomatoes, the prices are well above 2 euros, the cherry tomato in many markets above 4 euros. In Florence vegetables down, peppers dear, strawberries in abundance and Peruvian asparagus At the Florence market, the market dynamics are described on by Aurelio Baccini, president of Fedagro Firenze and national vice president of the federation. “Vegetable prices are going down and will go down again. The peppers remain high. We have had a lively two weeks but the sales situation indicates flat calm“. Let's see the references starting with seasonal fruit: “Italian clementines have been replaced by Spanish ones with prices above 2 euros which do not encourage sales. On oranges there is a wide range with product around ...
Source: Myfruit
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