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"APK-Inform: Vegetables and Fruits" analysts explain that to increase the price by 15-20% as a result of a "desire to compensate for the loss" is impossible in a market economy. The price depends on supply and demand, and if vegetables and potatoes are haversted mostly in October, the products supply grows. And if demand grows significantly less, then the price goes down but not vice versa.
On the website www.fruit-inform.com in the section "Prices" you can make sure that the prices for carrots, beets, onions, cabbage and potatoes, tend to be lower at the end of October than at the end of September. And the losses of farmers have absolutely nothing to do with it.
Source: APK Inform: Vegetables and Fruits
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