Cauliflowers are available throughout the year, although the biggest quantities can be found in May, June, September, October and November (over 150 tons per month).
Both consumption and prices are strongly affected by the weather, as good weather accelerates ripening and increases quantities, so quotations drop and bad weather does the opposite.
25% more volumes were sold in 2014 with respect to the previous year despite the fact that bad weather during the first part of the year compromised part of the crop.
Prices were also quite interesting, with an average price of €0.78/kg in 2014, i.e. 10% more than last year's average price. This was due to lively demand and the good quality of the produce.
These positive parameters makes us think volumes will increase further, as the crop is providing growers with good profits.
Monthly volumes and prices: