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OVERVIEW GLOBAL RASPBERRY, BLACKBERRY AND REDCURRANT MARKET

The raspberry market has gone through some difficult weeks. Prices had reached high levels, but after Easter they dropped due to increasing volumes. In the meantime, the first Dutch and Belgian raspberries have hit the market. The situation has also been difficult for blackberries due to substantial…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL TOMATO MARKET

In the Netherlands and Belgium, the unlighted tomato production is underway. Around Easter, prices were still at a high level, but increasing volumes may start to put pressure on the market. Italy also had a good week. There has been a great demand for tomatoes, especially from Germany. The Spanish season is coming to a close…

Compostable packaging to debut at Southern Exposure

Lipman Family Farms will showcase new compostable clamshell packaging at the Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Exposure conference this week, reinforcing the company’s ongoing commitment to sustainable practices across the supply chain. Carefully curated for Lipman’s Grown True organic grape tomatoes,…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL PINEAPPLE MARKET

In European countries, pineapple sales are going well. Many countries are still missing the demand from the hospitality industry, but the limited supply is keeping the market in balance. There is also a positive mood in the pineapple market in South Africa and the United States. Costa Rica produces pineapples all year round and…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL TABLE GRAPE MARKET

The Netherlands: Grape market is under pressure due to large supply in a short period of time.The large supply of grapes on the European market at the moment is making their sales difficult. "South Africa shipped large volumes of white seedless grapes quite late. Normally, late varieties such as the Regal…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL GRAPEFRUIT MARKET

The grapefruit market is currently in a transition between the northern and southern hemispheres. The Spanish season is coming to an end, as are the Turkish and Israeli campaigns. The demand has been good in many European countries, but many are also feeling the impact of the pandemic on this product. In…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL ORANGE MARKET

After a year of high demand for oranges, fueled by the coronavirus, 2021 has started with slightly less positive market conditions. Prices are under pressure due to the high volumes on the market. Besides Spanish, there are also Turkish, Egyptian and Moroccan oranges on the market. The first oranges have been harvested in the…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL MELON AND WATERMELON MARKET

The melon supply is currently shifting from Brazil to Senegal. The Central American melon season has started much too late. Normally, the first volumes arrive in early to mid-February, but this year no significant volumes have arrived on the European market until this week. The first Sicilian melons are…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL BANANA MARKET

The banana market is stable in many countries, without unexpected peaks or dips in the demand. The supply is also stable. There have been some delays in sea freight in recent weeks, but these issues seem to have been resolved. Banana prices are at a normal level, but in some countries they are showing a slight upward trend. At…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL PEAR MARKET

The European pear market currently appears to be at a minor impasse. There is talk of a difficult Conference season in the Netherlands. Other classic pear-producing countries, such as Italy and Germany, are also dealing with subpar demand. A positive exception seems to be France, where the pear market is still growing. While…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL PAPAYA MARKET

The situation in the global papaya market is quite stable at the moment. In many European countries, the demand for the fruit is lagging somewhat, but its popularity is growing little by little. The lack of air cargo capacity due to the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on the supply and price levels of papayas,…

OVERVIEW GLOBAL ONION MARKET

The global onion market is stable at the moment. Last year's harvest was good in Europe and North America, but disappointing in India and China. This resulted in a new export ban on Indian onions until January 1 and on China's shipments falling significantly because of reduced planting and bad weather. There was a shift in the…


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