High prices for greenhouse vegetables in the EU will not last long, the expert said

Published Feb 25, 2023

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Rains in Spain, a decrease in the production of greenhouse vegetables in cooler EU countries due to expensive energy caused prices to rise. However, this trend is dying out. This is reported by FreshPlaza. "We have noticed that the market has stabilized recently, but the prices of vegetables have been constantly increasing for the past two weeks. Almost every day we got a different price than the day before, especially for peppers and tomatoes.

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However, as said after those tumultuous weeks, now things seem to have calmed down a bit," said Lukasz Jedras, purchasing manager of Polish importer Freshvil. In his opinion, despite the shortage of vegetables in Spain and the Netherlands, the prices on the market were somewhat inflated. He believes that prices will start to fall and stabilize again in the near future. The company imported tomatoes ...
Source: Agrotimes
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