Spain: 2013 season third best price for tomatoes in last 10 years

Based on data from the Regional Government of Andalusia, the tomato from this region has fetched an average price of 0.65 Euro per kilo, making it the third best in over 10 years. 

Best price was paid for the cherry tomato, with 1.14 Euro / kg, followed by the ribbed tomato with 1.04, the vine tomato with 0.61, the long-life tomato with 0.53, the pear-shaped tomato with 0.49, and finally the smooth tomato with an average price of 0.48 Euro per kilo.

The best price was paid in the 2004/2005 season with 0.80 Euro per kilo, and the lowest price was paid in the 2003/2004 season, with only 0.50 Euro per kilo.

Looking at individual varieties, the best price was paid in the 2005/2006 season for the ribbed tomato, with 1.53 Euro per kilo. The 2004/2005 season was the best for all other races, the long-life was sold at an average price of 0.72 € / kg, the smooth tomato for 0.90, 0.79 for the pear-shaped tomato, vine tomatoes for 0,83 and the cherry tomato for 1.34 Euro per kilo.

Source: Hortoinfo

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