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First South African grapes

Consumer sales behavior slowed down

“The customers’ demand is low at the moment,” states Rainfried Ernst of the company Mario Andretta & Co. “The demand is low, not just for grapes, but overall.” The wholesaler from Munich specializes in Italian products. 

Rainfried Ernst describes the sales as "somewhat slow"

"There is no great demand for grapes, the sales are somewhat slow” according to the wholesaler. “If you compare the current situation with the previous year, you see a completely different market. Last year we sold the grapes for a high price from the end of November to the beginning of December.” The trader has no explanation for the low demand of the customers.”
The availability is high enough. And at the moment the first grapes from South Africa arrive. “Many traders have already changed to produce from overseas,” says Rain Fried Ernst. “At the moment many grapes still come from Peru and some beautiful produce also comes from Italy.”

Rainfried Ernst
Mario Andretta & Co.
Fruchthandelsgesellschaft mbH

Schäftlarstraße 10, 81371 München
Phone: +49 (0)89 726 15 35

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