German cherry season past its peak

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Published Aug 10, 2023

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The German cherry season has passed its peak with limited deliveries, sales opportunities, and poor quality. Turkish delight and shipments from Belgium, Poland, the Netherlands, and Greece also had limited demand and poor quality. Other produce such as apples, pears, grapes, strawberries, plums, peaches, nectarines, apricots, lemons, bananas, cauliflower, lettuce, cucumbers, and tomatoes had varying availability and quality.
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The German cherry season has passed its peak: deliveries were limited, as were sales opportunities. The quality also left much to be desired. Local Kordia and Regina predominated, but they too were available less often. Nevertheless, demand could usually be met without difficulty. As a result of the inconsistent taste characteristics, a rather large price range emerged in some places. Overall, however, prices tended to be on an upward trend; price reductions were rare. Turkish delight became cheaper and also suffered a drop in quality, so they did not always generate enough demand; surpluses could not always be avoided. Shipments from Belgium, Poland, the Netherlands and Greece did not get further than an additional status. They, too, were often discounted due to limited demand and poor quality. In Frankfurt, both the very attractive domestic KIR Lamour and the Gelbe Knorpelkirsche from Dönissen appeared; the latter was offered for €4 per kg. Canadian fruit also appeared, costing ...
Source: AGF
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