Georgian blueberry prices have fallen this week

As of June 24, blueberry prices in Georgia have dropped significantly compared to last week.  Traders claim the reason is the drop in prices in the Russian market, both due to increased supply from Georgia and other exporting countries. The 2022 season of blueberries in Georgia started late and in early June, growers were paid 7-8 dollars per kilogram of blueberries on the spot. This week, prices have dropped to $4-$5. According to local exporters, a drop in prices was expected with the start of massive picking.

A blueberry grower from the Samegrelo stated that the drop in prices occurred in a very short time, which is why he suspects that buyers are trying to artificially lower prices.

Source: east-fruit.com


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