Spanish vegetable season starts with relatively good prices

The Spanish vegetable market got off to a rather good start. Only bell peppers are seeing a start with lacklustre prices. This is what Nils Angelike of Agropizarra says. Prices for Spanish cherry tomatoes were 79.7 cents on average in week 38 (September 15-20). Tomatoes of the Daniela variety varied from day to day, but over the entire week, this was an average of 55.2 cents. The courgettes were 58.6 cents on average.

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