According to data from Faostat, the statistical agency of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in 2018, Dutch growers got 50% more for their eggplants than the Spanish. Israeli producers also received more than the Spanish; in their case, 34.61% more.
In turn, Spanish eggplant producers charge 100% more per kilo than the Turkish and 108% more than the Moroccan.
Out of Spain's competitors, the one charging the highest prices in 2017 was the Netherlands, with € 0.78 / kg, followed by Israel (€ 0.70 / kg) and Greece (€ 0.63 / kg). According to FAO data for 2018, Spanish eggplant producers charged an average price of € 0.52 / kg; those of Turkey, € 0.26 / kg, and those of Morocco, an average of 0.25 Euro per kilo.
2018 is the latest year for which FAO has provided data on prices at origin.