Global: There are more onions and they have fallen in price, garlic, strawberries, and apricots are trending - analysis of trading platforms for the week

Published May 21, 2024

Tridge summary

The supply of white cabbage is increasing for the second consecutive week, making it the most popular product on the EastFruit Trade Platform. Onion prices have dropped due to increased importation, and Uzbekistan is increasing its export of early garlic and apricots. Sales of the new harvest cherries have begun in Ukraine, while garden strawberries are becoming more expensive. Prices for last year's harvest potatoes and carrots in Uzbekistan have risen. Egyptian garlic exporters have increased prices. The active participant list on the EastFruit Trade Platform has grown to 15 countries, with increased sales from Uzbekistan and the Netherlands, and decreased supply from Egypt, Iran, and Kazakhstan.
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Original content

Key points from the past week: - The supply of white cabbage is growing for the second week in a row, and it is the leader in the number of offers - There are more onions, and they have fallen in price - Uzbekistan is increasing the export of early garlic and apricots - Sales of new harvest cherries have begun in Ukraine - Garden strawberries are becoming more expensive in Ukraine and getting cheaper in Uzbekistan - Prices for potatoes and carrots from last year's harvest are rising in Uzbekistan - Egyptian exporters have raised prices for garlic - The geography of active participants has expanded About these and other trends in the fruit and vegetable markets of the region in a weekly review of EastFruit trading platforms. The geography of active participants in the EastFruit Trade Platform trading platform expanded to 15 countries last week. Announcements have reappeared from Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Romania, Greece and India. Representatives of Uzbekistan and the Netherlands ...
Source: Eastfruit
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