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The supply of German asparagus increased again

'De aanvoer van Duitse asperges nam opnieuw toe'
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May 13, 2022
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The German range was clearly the focus of white, purple and green asparagus. Imports from Spain, Italy, Greece, the Netherlands and Belgium had no more than a supplementary character. According to the BLE, German supplies increased again and generally exceeded sales opportunities. In addition, in several places, surpluses from the previous week had to be disposed of.
The German range was clearly the focus of white, purple and green asparagus. Imports from Spain, Italy, Greece, the Netherlands and Belgium had no more than a supplementary character. According to the BLE, German supplies increased again and generally exceeded sales opportunities. In addition, in several places it was also necessary to get rid of surpluses from the previous week. As a result, prices often showed a downward trend at the start of the week. The closer the weekend and with it Mother's Day approached, the more often suppliers were able to raise their prices again, as demand improved noticeably towards the weekend. Only in Munich did some batches become cheaper again as a result of too large volumes. Apples European batches of the old harvest still formed the basis of the range. The good quality made it difficult for overseas imports to gain more market shares. In this category, the Chilean supply dominated, followed by the New Zealand supply. Pears South African ...
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