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Turkey: The biggest price hike in April is for potatoes and onions

Published May 2, 2024

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In April, the Union of Chambers of Agriculture of Turkey (TZOB) reported significant price disparities between producers and the market. The most notable difference was in dried figs, with a price increase of 284.3% for consumers. On the other hand, the cost for producers saw the most significant rise with lemons, increasing by 229.9%. Conversely, eggplants experienced the largest price decrease both for consumers and producers. Other commodities like cauliflower, raisins, and potatoes also saw substantial price gaps between producers and the market.
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In April, the biggest price difference between the producer and the market is in dried figs. The biggest increase in April was for onions. Union of Chambers of Agriculture of Türkiye(TZOB); In April, he made statements about the differences between producer and market prices. According to TZOB data, the product whose price increased the most in April was onion in the market and lemon in the producer, while the product whose price decreased the most was eggplant both in the market and in the producer. THE PRICE DIFFERENCE IS HIGHEST IN FIGS Şemsi Bayraktar, Chairman of the Union of Chambers of Agriculture of Turkey (TZOB), stated the following in his statement regarding the differences between producer and market prices in April. Bayraktar said, "In April, the highest price difference between the producer and the market was seen in dried figs with 284.3 percent. The price difference in dried figs was 229.9 percent for lemon, 227.4 percent for cauliflower, 176.6 percent for raisins ...
Source: Aydindenge
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