The first batch of locally produced early cabbage went on sale on the Polish market


The first batch of locally produced early cabbage went on sale on the Polish market

04/22/2020

This year, the beginning of the early cabbage season took place about a week earlier than a year ago

The first, still small batches of young white cabbage appeared on the Polish wholesale market, according to EastFruit project analysts, citing fresh-market website. Due to the limited supply of these products, the price of new cabbage remains relatively high. So, today white cabbage harvest 2020 goes on sale at a price of $ 1.2-1.44 / pc.

This year, the beginning of the early cabbage season took place about a week earlier than a year ago. This was partly possible thanks to a fairly mild winter and fairly good spring weather. At the same time, it is worth noting that today early cabbage in Poland costs an average of 1.7 times more expensive than at the beginning of last season.

Also on the Polish market there is an imported young cabbage produced by Macedonia. But, as market operators note, due to difficulties in logistics and fears of importers that importing cabbage will take longer, it will be in worse condition and more difficult to sell, the volumes of this vegetable have now fallen markedly compared to the same period last year. of the year.

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The price of imported young cabbage in the Polish wholesale markets at the moment is $ 0.96-1.20 / pc. Prices for imported cabbage so far remain stable, since the supply of these products is also quite limited. Usually, after April 20, the price of imported new crop cabbage begins to decline rapidly. At the same time, many buyers are increasingly dissatisfied with the quality of Macedonian cabbage.

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