Garden strawberries are at the top of supply and demand, there are fewer old onions - analysis of the global trading platforms for the week

Published Apr 29, 2024

Tridge summary

The sales leaders in the EastFruit Trade Platform group are onions, potatoes, and greenhouse vegetables, with Uzbekistan, Egypt, Ukraine, Iran, and Kazakhstan as the most active countries in placing offers. Despite a decrease in supply, onions continue to be the best-selling item. Prices for potatoes, beets, and onions have increased in Ukraine, while carrot prices have decreased. Sales of early garlic and greenhouse tomatoes and cucumbers are also increasing in Egypt and Uzbekistan. The cost of garlic has increased, and radish prices have decreased in Uzbekistan. Carrot prices have also decreased in Egypt.
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Original content

Key points from the past week: — Sales leaders are onions, but the supply of products from the 2023 harvest is falling — Sales of onions and potatoes of the new harvest are growing — Uzbekistan and Egypt are increasing sales of early garlic — The number of sellers of greenhouse vegetables has increased — Sales of local greenhouse strawberries have started in Ukraine garden - Potatoes, beets and onions rose in price in Ukraine, and cabbage became cheaper - Carrot prices decreased in Uzbekistan and Egypt. About these and other trends in the region's fruit and vegetable markets in a weekly review of EastFruit trading platforms. Last week, participants from 12 countries sold their products in the EastFruit Trade Platform group, while the total number of posted advertisements remained at the level of the previous week. Sales from Uzbekistan and Iran decreased, but representatives of Egypt intensified trade. Announcements from Poland have appeared again. As a result, the final top five ...
Source: Eastfruit
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