Daily prices of major Spanish vegetable auctions on Agropiazarra

January 2014 saw the founding of Agropiazarra, a portal to the auction prices of Spanish fruit and vegetables. The company offers a comprehensive database of daily updated prices of major vegetable auctions in the provinces of Almería, Granada and Murcia. Currently, these are tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplants, beans, peppers and melons.

"Currently, Agropizarra employs six people,” says one of the founders, Nils Angelike. According to him, the fruit and vegetable sector, both in Spain and abroad, has a strong need for vegetable prices from Almería. "We offer our clients the unique opportunity to follow the evolution of the most important vegetable auctions in Almeria, Murcia and Granada on our website.”

“We are still a very young company, but so far the fruit and vegetable sector responds positively to our idea. On the website, the number of members is growing rapidly, as is the number of followers on Facebook and Twitter. We receive particular interest from countries that purchase products here in Almeria. At the moment we are mostly working with Spanish customers, but we also seek customers in Germany, Netherlands, France, Belgium and England and Scandinavia."

“Our portal daily receives daily updates. We also have an extensive database, going back to 2012. Another big advantage is the Analysis Tool: Visitors can follow trends, movements and developments in the Spanish market in real time! In Europe, there is little available information on the Spanish market. With our service, customers can track prices and trends at any time.”

Weekly updates will soon appear on AGF.nl.

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