Market Pulse Week 36 – 2012
Market situation in the Northern Hemisphere, week 36 – 2012 (Sep. 7)
In North America, price adjustments were reported for Chilean Gala supply in the U.S.
In Latin America, active sales were seen for Chilean Galas in Colombia.
In Europe, good movement was seen for South African G. Delicious and G. Smith apples with adequate sales in the U.K.
In North America, price adjustments were recorded for Californian and Mexican supply in the U.S. in a bid to move inventory.
In Latin America, the downward trend for sales prices continued in Chile in Santiago wholesale markets.
In the U.K., punctual arrivals of Chilean avocados were recorded.
In North America, the last lots of Southern Hemisphere clementines were placed in the U.S.
In Europe, Peruvian Minneola arrivals put pressure on the Netherlands and U.K. markets.
In North America, adequate quality and moderate sales was recorded on both coasts of the U.S. for Chilean and New Zealand kiwifruit.
In Latin America, price adjustments for Chilean lots led to higher inventory movement in Colombia.
In Europe, Chilean volumes continued to put the Dutch and Russian markets under pressure.
In Europe, a decline in Southern Hemisphere supply led to price rises in the Netherlands and Russia.
In Japan, high inventory levels were seen for Chilean fruit.
In North America, condition problems were seen with some Chilean lots in the U.S.
In Europe, active sales were registered for Southern Hemisphere suppliers.
In Japan, South African supply moved better than fruit from Australia and the U.S.
In Latin America, the poor condition of Chilean Packham’s pears led to price adjustments in Colombia.
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