From the 10 largest EU importers, the one paying the best price for Spain's cucumbers was Sweden (1.156 Euro/kilo), followed by Austria (1.081 Euro/kilo) and Poland (1.066 Euro/kilo).
The fourth place in the ranking was for the Netherlands, which paid an average of 0.92 Euro/kilo during the first nine months of the year.
The countries paying the worst prices were Italy, with barely 0.785 Euro/kilo, followed by the Czech Republic (0.799), Germany (0.8918) and the United Kingdom (0.8919).
The largest importers
The 10 largest importers of Spanish cucumbers between January and September were Germany, with 115.15 million kilos; the Netherlands, 38.06 million kilos; United Kingdom, 30.91 million; France, 24.52 million; Poland, 13.46 million; Czech Republic, 11.06 million; Sweden, 9.99 million; Denmark, 9.44 million; Italy, 7.74 million; and Austria, which purchased a total of 4.13 million kilos of Spanish cucumbers.