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Strawberry wholesale prices

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Product Min Price min. Max Price max. Unit Change
07.10.2022 POLAND Wholesale Market "Bronisze" in Warsaw
strawberries Buy access kilogram 0.0%
07.10.2022 POLAND, Wholesale market Gielda Kaliska in Kalisz
strawberries Poland Buy access kg +13.6%
06.10.2022 FRANCE Rungis
strawberry standard Belgium kl1 Buy access 500g +0.7%
07.10.2022 FRANCE , Nantes
strawberry standard Belgium kl1 Buy access 500g -5.5%
06.10.2022 FRANCE Lyon
strawberry standard Belgium kl1 a Buy access 500g -13.2%
strawberry standard Belgium kl1 aa Buy access 500g -6.7%
06.10.2022 FRANCE, Marseille
strawberry standard Belgium kl1 Buy access 500g -10.9%
06.10.2022 FRANCE, Perpignan
strawberry charlotte roussillon Buy access kg +0.6%
05.10.2022 Germany, Munchen
strawberry standard Belgium kl1 Buy access 500g +2.6%
strawberry standard Germany kl1 Buy access 500g -1.9%
strawberry standard wochy kl1 Buy access 500g +168.5%
05.10.2022 GERMANY Berlin
strawberry standard Netherlands kl1 Buy access 500g +0.9%
strawberry standard Germany kl1 Buy access 500g +5.4%
06.10.2022 POLAND, Wholesale Market Targpiast Wroclaw
strawberry import Buy access kg 0.0%
strawberry domestic Buy access kg 0.0%
04.10.2022 POLAND, Wholesale Market in Lublin Elizowka
strawberry Buy access kg 0.0%
03.10.2022 POLAND, Wholesale market ZCH Rolhurt - Szczecin
strawberries Buy access kg 0.0%
04.10.2022 POLAND, Wholesale market PCRT in Bialystok
strawberry Buy access kg 0.0%
04.10.2022 POLAND Wholesale market Rybitwy - Kraków
strawberry Buy access kg -7.7%
07.10.2022 POLAND Wholesale market Mewat in Bydgoszcz
strawberries Buy access kg 0.0%
21.09.2022 POLAND, Wholesale market in Radom (RSRH)
strawberry Buy access kg 0.0%
26.09.2022 POLSKA, Wholesale Market "Zjazdowa" in Lodz
strawberry Buy access 2,00 kg 0.0%
22.09.2022 POLAND, Wholesale Market in Sandomierz
strawberry Buy access kg  0.0%
07.10.2022 POLSKA, Wholesale Market in Poznan (WGRO)
strawberries Buy access container 0,5 kg 0.0%
29.09.2022 FRANCE Strasbourg
strawberry standard ue kl1 Buy access 500g +1.4%

Poland

Strawberry fresh-market quotation

Prices from date: 07.10.2022
Product Min Price min. Max Price max. Unit Change
strawberries (z szypułką/skup) Buy access kg 0.0%

Poland

Strawberry prices in packing houses/processing plants

Product Min Price min. Max Price max. Company Date Unit Change
strawberry with szypułką (industrial) Buy access SKUP - EKO-SAD 2022-10-07 kg 0.0%

The strawberry, whose scientific name is Fragaria vesca, F. viridis or F. moschata, is a triangular red fruit, characterised by small dots, which we all know well for its intense and delicious taste.
In fact, the strawberry has an ill-defined fruit, since the actual fruits are the small dots on the strawberry, incorrectly called seeds.Its origin is not well defined: some sources say that the strawberry originated in Europe, particularly in the Alpine region, while others believe that the strawberry originated in Chile, from where a French officer imported mother plants in Europe in the early 18th century, where they were used to create the hybrid Fragaria x ananassa, to which all currently available strawberry varieties belong. It seems, however, that strawberries were already present on the tables of ancient Rome: the fruit was eaten during celebrations in honour of Adonis. Legend has it that after the death of Adonis, Venus shed abundant tears which, on arriving on Earth, turned into little red hearts: fragrant strawberries. According to other popular legends, more recent but still lost in the mists of time, the strawberry would be able to protect against the bites of vipers and snakes: in order to avoid the dangerous poison of these animals, it is said that the leaves of this little plant should be picked on St John's Day. Therefore, people who collected the leaves on 24 June, created them and then made a braided belt would be protected from the possible bite, often fatal, of vipers and snakes. These are, of course, popular beliefs of the Italian peasant tradition, but these legends contribute to making strawberries even more unusual among all the fruits on our table. Until the 17th century, the native wild species Fragaria vesca, F. viridis, or F. moschata, and other varieties of strawberry imported from North America (F. virginiano) were cultivated in Europe: with the introduction of American species in particular, the strawberry plant produced much larger fruit.