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Netherlands: "Onion prices will rise again from March 2022"

Published Nov 4, 2021

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There were no major price fluctuations in the last onion season, but there will be some changes from the new year. According to Heinz Düpmann (photo right), director of the vegetable processing company of the same name from Borgholzhausen, things are looking pretty good so far: "Sales are going well and we have already been able to conclude many contracts. We have informed our customers that the prices will also remain fixed for the time being.

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There were no major price fluctuations in the last onion season, but there will be some changes from the new year. According to Heinz Düpmann (photo right), director of the vegetable processing company of the same name from Borgholzhausen, things are looking pretty good so far: "Sales are going well and we have already been able to conclude many contracts. We have informed our customers that the prices will also remain fixed for them for the time being. Our terms usually run until the end of July of the coming year." Stable market situation despite tighter volumes "However, volumes will be tighter than last year. Of course sales also depend on what happens in the Netherlands. But I am convinced that the market will be more stable than last year," says Düpmann. "The majority of our onion sales come from contract cultivation. But we also buy in Poland and the Netherlands." The main customers include industrial companies from Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the Netherlands. ...
Source: AGF
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