Dutch peppers more expensive than Spanish peppers

Spanish pepper prices are far lower than Dutch pepper prices in the London market, taking into account the modal price (most frequent average price) for Week 46, from November 11 to 17. Dutch peppers (general varieties) prices have been 44.53 percent higher than the Spanish ones, with modal prices of 1.72 euro per kilo for the Dutch pepper and of 1.19 euro per kilo for the Spanish pepper.

Tomatoes, both from Spain and the Netherlands, are priced the same: 0.80 euro per kilo. Roma tomatoes from the Netherlands have an average price of 1.31 euro per kilo, while the ones from Spain are priced at 1.06 euro per kilo. Vine tomato prices are very similar, the ones from the Netherlands are at 0.86 euro per kilo and the Spanish ones are at 0.84.

There is no data available from the London market for the trading of cherry tomatoes from the Netherlands. Spanish cherry tomatoes, however, are being traded at 2.64 euro per kilo and the ones from French are at 2.71 euro a kilo.

Spanish Zucchini is being traded at 1.59 euro per kilo in the London market, at 1,57 in Paris and at 1.18 in Perpignan. The only comparison that can be made is with the price of zucchini from Morocco that were being traded at 1.02 euro per kilo in Perpignan.

Regarding eggplants, the ones from Spanish were traded in the London market at 1.19 euro per kilo, surpassing the ones from the Netherlands, which had a modal price of 1.15 euro per kilo. In Paris, however, the Spanish eggplants were sold at 0.93 euro per kilo, and the ones from the Netherlands at 1.57 euro per kilo.

There is no data available on the prices of Spanish cucumbers in the London market, in Paris, however, they were sold at 0.77 euro per kilo.

Source: hortoinfo.es

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