Global: Onions are getting cheaper, cabbage prices are collapsing, and cherries are at the top – analysis of trading platforms for the week

Published May 27, 2024

Tridge summary

The article provides an overview of the fruit and vegetable market trends in various countries like Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Egypt, Iran, and Turkey, as reported by the EastFruit Trade Platform. It highlights the sales figures and price changes for key produce such as white cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and grapes. It also mentions the demand for cherries and strawberries. In Ukraine, the surplus of early white cabbage has led to a decrease in prices, while in Uzbekistan, there's an increase in the supply of grapes, resulting in lower prices. Meanwhile, onion prices are dropping in Egypt. The article also touches on the market dynamics and the impact of weather conditions on produce prices.
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Original content

Key points over the past week: - Cherries are already in the top sales, and the first offers of raspberries have appeared - White cabbage continues to be the leader in sales, and prices for early cabbage in Ukraine are already lower than last year - Carrots and onions are becoming cheaper in Uzbekistan, but last year's potatoes are becoming more expensive - Growing supply of borscht set vegetables - Sales of melon and sweet corn began in Uzbekistan - Exporters from Egypt reduce prices for onions and grapes About these and other trends in the fruit and vegetable markets of the region in a weekly review of EastFruit trading platforms. Last week, fruit and vegetable products in the EastFruit Trade Platform group were sold by participants from 12 countries, while the total number of advertisements remained at the level of the previous period. Representatives of Ukraine, Iran and Turkey increased sales. At the same time, the supply of goods from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Egypt has ...
Source: Eastfruit
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