Russia: Greenhouse tomato prices rise daily


Russia: Greenhouse tomato prices rise daily

01/23/2020

Today, tomatoes in Russia are on average 11% cheaper than at the end of January 2019

A marked increase in demand for greenhouse tomatoes in Russia, as well as a significant reduction in the supply of these products, both domestic and imported, stimulates its rapid rise in price, EastFruit project analysts said.

According to project experts, at the moment, most greenhouse plants in Russia have already announced the end of the sales season, and only those farms engaged in growing light culture are selling.

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In particular, at the moment, representatives of greenhouse plants are offering tomatoes at a price of 100-130 rubles / kg ($ 1.61-2.10 / kg), which is on average 25% more expensive than at the end of last working week. First of all, an upward price trend was facilitated by a reduction in the supply of these products on the market. Samples in greenhouse plants were small, and the supply of imported tomatoes was unstable and also small.

So, today, imported tomato on the Russian market is offered for sale at a price of 90-125 rubles / kg ($ 1.45-2.02 / kg), which is on average 16% more expensive than a week earlier. The main suppliers of greenhouse tomatoes this week are Egypt, Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan.

It should be added that, despite the rise in price, today tomatoes in Russia are on average 11% cheaper than at the end of January 2019.

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