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Bertus van Tricht, AGF Direct:

"Supply gap, end of vacation, weather and exports all affect Dutch full soil vegetables sales"

In the Netherlands, full soil vegetable traders are enjoying good broccoli and cauliflower demand. "Supply is currently quite smooth. There's a seven-to-ten-day gap," says Bertus van Tricht of AGF-Direct.

"So, there's much less supply, and day trade prices are climbing. At present, broccoli is selling for between €1.25 and €1.40; cauliflower for €0.75 to €0.90."

"Conditions are generally favorable. Vacation is pretty much over in the Netherlands. The weather's benefitting open field vegetable consumption." continues Bertus.

"And quite a bit of product was burned down in southern Europe. Therefore, there's also good export demand."

"Chicory prices are at around €0.75 to €0.80. Slightly fewer pens set in previous weeks. Prices were, therefore, a little higher. Now more pens have been set, so prices are falling somewhat. But, all in all, we've come through the summer well," concludes Bertus.

For more information:
Bertus van Tricht
2 Groothandelsmarkt
1681 NN, Zwaagdijk, NL
Tel: +31 (0) 853 032 637

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