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Popular vegetables are rapidly becoming cheaper in Ukraine

Published May 9, 2024

Tridge summary

Prices of some vegetables in Ukraine are decreasing, including early potatoes and cabbage, while onion prices are rising for the 2023 harvest. Carrots are more expensive, but cucumber and tomato prices have sharply fallen. Radish prices are decreasing due to increased supply, and greens prices vary. Berry and fruit prices remain the same, except for strawberries which are decreasing due to increased supply. In May, apple and grape prices are expected to increase. Ukrainians can expect a decrease in the price of borscht vegetables due to increased indoor vegetable supply. From 2025, large Ukrainian agricultural holdings plan to sow cotton on an industrial scale.
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The prices of some vegetables in Ukraine continue to decrease, and this applies most of all to early potatoes and cabbage. This is reported by East Fruit. According to analysts, after a long period of stagnation, selling prices for onions for the 2023 harvest began to rise. Carrots were sold more expensive than a week earlier. At the same time, prices for cucumbers and tomatoes fell sharply. Radish prices are falling due to increased supply. Last week, cauliflower and zucchini went down in price. Among greens, the prices of green onions and dill decreased, but sorrel rose in price. As for the prices of berries and fruits, they remained at the level of the previous week, with the exception of strawberries, the prices of which are flying down due to increased supply. It should be noted that in May, prices for apples may rise to UAH 27 per kg, and grapes to UAH 285 per kg. At the same time, the price of oranges will reach UAH 75, lemons – up to UAH 57, bananas – up to UAH 70, and ...
Source: Agropolit
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