Dill has risen in price in Ukraine as much as possible, and parsley in Belarus. Market overview for the 25th week of 2020.


Dill has risen in price in Ukraine as much as possible, and parsley in Belarus. Market overview for the 25th week of 2020.

06/21/2020

Opposite trends came to replace the decline in prices in the region’s green market

Price trends on the line of traditional and non-traditional types of greens in the countries of the EastFruit project monitoring region have undergone significant changes, and in a number of countries they have radically changed to the opposite.

According to project analysts, as a week earlier, there was a logical justification for establishing trends in reducing prices for the analyzed types of greens, due to a significant increase in the supply of products on the market, and the current price increase in this market segment found its justification. Traditionally, with the onset of summer, the consumption of greenery in the region increases significantly, and even with more or less stable supply of products to the market, even minor interruptions, can provoke a rise in prices, as the demand for greenery will remain high for quite a long time.

According to the results of the reporting period, most of the analyzed types of greenery increased in price in Russia and Belarus, on average, from 10% to 21%. In Ukraine, project analysts noted the establishment of upward price trends only in the segment dillat the same time, this position over the past week in the Ukrainian market, added immediately 32% in price to previous indicators. Of all the western countries of the monitoring region, only in Moldova the supply of dill exceeded the existing demand throughout the reporting week, and as a result, this position lost a little more than 10% of the previously announced value. In Georgia, sellers had to take more drastic measures to stabilize the pace of trade, and they reduced average prices for dill by a third.

On the market parsley throughout the current week, no price reduction was observed, and these products were getting more expensive, although not significantly, by an average of 12% -13% in Belarus and Russia. But the most expensive, at $ 2.26 / kg, this type of greenery in bulk quantities went on sale on the Ukrainian market.

If we talk about non-traditional types of greenery, then here, throughout the 25th week, price growth trends also dominated. So, in Belarus and Tajikistan, the demand for basil exceeded the supply of products on the market, and this type of greenery was gradually becoming more expensive, and sales, according to local operators, were quite active.

But there were some exceptional moments this week. In Ukraine, due to restrained demand and fairly high prices, sellers were forced to lower previously established prices for basil.

According to the results of the reporting period, EastFruit specialists recorded a decrease in prices for cilantro only in the Moldovan market. At the same time, sellers did not change their previously announced price lists, and to restore the previous sales rate, a 10% decrease in previous prices was more than enough.

Recent price changes have led to a change in the ranking leaders of the countries in the monitoring region with the highest green prices. So, if a week earlier, on the Ukrainian market, of all the analyzed types of greens, only parsley was offered at the highest prices in the monitoring region, then by the end of the reporting period, after the last rise in price, almost reaching $ 3.00 / kg, in Ukraine the most expensive dill in the entire monitoring region.

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