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France: Lychees back on the shelf

The lychee season has started. Almost a month earlier than expected. After a brief relapse the fruit is now increasingly found on shelves. At the moment, the lychee is sold for 10 to 15 Euro per kilo.

The drought has created a sweet fruit. A long dry spell is also the cause of its small size. Insiders say that the quality of the lychee is better than in the previous year. The rain, returning after a long drought, has ensured that the fruit ripened quickly.

At the opening of the market in Chaudron, lychees were sold for 15 Euro per kilo. The price has dropped and it now fluctuates between 8 and 10 Euro per kilo. Only impatient customers have bought them for this price. Come November, the price usually drops to 2 Euro per kilo. 



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