Spanish Navelinas dominate on German shelves

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Published Dec 8, 2023

Tridge summary

Spanish Navelina oranges were the dominant fruit in the market, with supplies from Italy, Greece, and South Africa also available. Sales improved due to the start of the Advent season and the winter weather, with the first Turkish and Moroccan imports expected in week 49. The supply of apples, pears, and other fruits remained relatively stable, with limited price changes.
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Spanish Navelina oranges clearly dominated the orange sector, supported by supplies from Italy and Greece. The first shipment of Salustiana oranges from Spain arrived, but according to the BLE (Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung) these ultimately turned out to be only supplementary in nature. South African Midknight and Valencia Late were still available and were mainly traded as pressed fruit. Prices remained relatively stable as long as the taste was convincing. The prices of Spanish products also generally remained constant, because supply and demand were sufficiently balanced. Sales improved due to the start of the Advent season and the winter weather. The first Turkish and Moroccan imports are expected in week 49. In addition to expensive Australian lots, there were also a few Italian Tarocco blood oranges, although their color left much to be desired in Munich. Customers were waiting for the Moro from Italy. Click here for the full market and price report ...
Source: AGF
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