World: There are a lot of radishes, but the demand is even higher, carrots and cabbage are becoming cheaper

Published Mar 11, 2024

Tridge summary

The past week saw a fluctuation in the prices and sales of various fruits and vegetables across different regions. Carrots led in sales and saw a decrease in price, while the supply of potatoes halved. There was an increase in sales of radishes by Ukrainian farmers and onions from a new crop by Egypt. Apples were offered more frequently, and prices for white cabbage in Ukraine and high-quality onions in Uzbekistan increased. Despite an increase in the supply of garlic in Egypt leading to a decrease in prices, Egypt set a record for the export of vegetables and fruits to Germany in 2023. The supply of seedlings from Uzbekistan increased, and there were offers of fertilizers and vegetable seeds. However, the total number of advertisements on the EastFruit Trade Platform decreased slightly.
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Original content

Key points from the past week: - The leader in sales is carrots, and they continue to fall in price - The supply of potatoes has halved - Ukrainian farmers continue to increase sales of radishes - Egypt announced sales of onions from a new crop - Apples were offered more often than a week earlier - Prices continue to rise in Ukraine white cabbage - Prices for high-quality onions have increased in Uzbekistan - Garlic exporters from Egypt have reduced prices About these and other trends in the fruit and vegetable markets of the region in a weekly review of EastFruit trading platforms. Last week, participants from 11 countries sold their products in the EastFruit Trade Platform group, while the total number of advertisements placed decreased slightly compared to the previous week. This was primarily due to a sharp reduction in sales from Uzbekistan. The product supply from participants in Poland, Egypt and Kazakhstan also decreased. At the same time, representatives of Ukraine and ...
Source: Eastfruit
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