Prices for onions in Ukraine soared, and prices for strawberries fell

Published May 13, 2024

Tridge summary

The article provides an overview of the recent trends and prices of fruits and vegetables in the regional market, focusing on Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Egypt, Iran, and Kazakhstan. It highlights an increase in white cabbage sales and a decrease in potato sales in Ukraine, a drop in tomato prices in Uzbekistan, and a surge in onion prices in Ukraine. Additionally, the article notes the collapse in garden strawberry prices in Ukraine despite increased supply, and the continued sales of seedlings and containers in the EastFruit Fruittechnology technology group. Other price offers from countries like Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, and the Netherlands are also mentioned.
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Key points over the past week: - Onions in Ukraine have risen sharply in price - The leader in sales is white cabbage and its supply is growing - Cucumbers have begun to be offered more often, and radishes less often - The supply of garden strawberries has become equal to the supply of apples, and its prices in Ukraine have collapsed - Uzbekistan is increasing sales of apricots - Old-harvest borscht vegetables are becoming more expensive in Ukraine - The price of tomatoes has fallen sharply in Uzbekistan - Sales of seedlings and containers dominate in the technology group About these and other trends in the fruit and vegetable markets of the region in the weekly review of EastFruit trading platforms. The number of advertisements posted on the fruit and vegetable trading platform EastFruit Trade Platform remained at the level of the previous week. Announcements from Kyrgyzstan, Turkey and the Netherlands appeared again. The supply of goods from Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan has ...
Source: Eastfruit
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