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Fruit and vegetable price trends in Italy on April 8, 2024

Fruits
Vegetables
Italy
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 9, 2024

Tridge summary

The update on Italy's fruit and vegetable markets as of 8 April 2024 reveals the conclusion of the Italian white onion sale and the nearing end of the variegated radicchio and Romanesco artichoke campaigns. It highlights the ongoing strawberry and asparagus campaigns, with a notable post-Easter price drop for asparagus. The report also points out a decrease in cauliflower availability due to heat, an uptick in Dutch red onion prices, and a regular bean production facing a slight demand slowdown after Easter. Additionally, it mentions a typical post-Easter price reduction for strawberries, an increase in Sicilian aubergine quantities leading to lower prices, a rise in radicchio prices as the season ends, and a decrease in courgette prices owing to high availability.
Disclaimer: The above summary was generated by Tridge's proprietary AI model for informational purposes.

Original content

The strawberry and asparagus campaign is proceeding at full speed. The sale of Italian white onion ends in the markets and the variegated radicchio campaign is about to end. Last words also for the Romanesco artichoke. The production of beans will end at the beginning of May. Thanks to the agreement with the Borsa Merci Telematica Italiana (Bmti) and Italmercati we are publishing the survey of fruit and vegetable prices at the wholesale markets as of 8 April 2024. Below is a summary of the main types of fruit and vegetables on the market. In the downloadable pdf you will find the details of the graphs and the findings on the main Italian markets: Milan, Bologna, Padua and Rome. Prices sharply falling for asparagus as typically happens in the weeks following the Easter holidays. Campaign progressing at a good pace and with high quantities in the face of stable demand, despite the excellent quality favored by the good climate. Prices in line with the period for the Bianco del Veneto ...
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