Vegetable prices in China in October both declined month-on-month and year-on-year; vegetable supply is expected to be generally sufficient in November, but the risk of disastrous weather is increasing

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Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 14, 2023

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The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs discussed the current situation of vegetable production and supply in October and November. Most parts of the country experienced favorable temperature and sunlight conditions, resulting in an increase in vegetable supply. However, certain regions and individual varieties may experience fluctuations in supply due to uncertain weather conditions. The average farm price of vegetables in October decreased compared to the previous month and the same period in previous years, mainly due to increased supply and reduced consumption by factories and other groups.
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Original content

Recently, the Planting Industry Management Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs organized the National Meteorological Center, some major vegetable producing provinces, the Institute of Vegetables and Flowers of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the China Vegetable Association and relevant experts to discuss and judge the current situation on the basis of comprehensively scheduling the vegetable production situation in October. And the vegetable production and supply situation in November. Generally speaking, the temperature in most parts of the country in October is close to the same period of the year or on the higher side. Except for the eastern part of South China and the southeastern part of Jiangnan, other main production areas have sufficient sunshine, and a large number of autumn vegetables are on the market. Both have declined. At present, the advantageous production areas of winter and spring vegetables are accelerating crop replacement, ...
Source: Foodmate
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