We are in the 41st week of the year. The autumn season is coming for
certain products while others evolve smoothly without weather problems.
We are in the 39th week of the year, with farmers of several products to measure losses in production due to the heavy rains in most production centers of our country.
The prices of peaches and nectarines in all European production countries have fallen even more than the previous weeks, not covering the production costs anymore. The producers and traders’ attention is now on the decisions that the European council will take in Brussels, so that the negative climate in the sector improves.
The prices of peaches-nectarines in Europe are even lower during week
28, in comparison with week 27, with S/M chains pressing for much lower
prices and the weather not helping the consumption of summer fruit.
The demand for peaches and nectarines hasn’t been stable yet in Europe, as the temperatures switch from high to low week by week, something that influences the consumption of summer fruit.