Spanish aubergine producers got 50% lower prices than the Dutch in 2018

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.



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