CongeladosJul. 14, 2011
Exportación crece 30% durante los primeros cinco meses de 2011, comparado con el mismo período del año pasadoNuevo Titulo
During the first five months of the year the export of Dutch strawberries was 30% more than in the same period of 2010.
Especially the export to Belgium (+76%) increased considerably. The export to Belgium will for the better part be re-exported again via Belgian auction houses. The direct export to Germany (-16%) was lower than last year. Norway (+128%), Sweden (+112%) and Russia (+48%) took more Dutch strawberries, but the United Kingdom (-45%) less.
Import Germany and United Kingdom
Germany imported 10% less strawberries in 2010 than in 2009. Spain remain the most important supplier on the German market. The United Kingdom imported 3% less strawberries in 2010. Especially less was imported from Spain and the Netherlands during the last few years. Morocco (+24%) and Belgium (+7%) were able to sell more on the English market. Imports from Ireland increased considerably in 2010.
Prices in Germany and the Netherlands
At the German wholesale markets the strawberry price decreased in week 24, but increased again considerably two weeks later. The same price development happened in the German supermarkets. In Dutch supermarkets the price is more stable apart from a few actions. There were no country-wide actions with strawberries in the Netherlands in week 25 and 26. During week 23, 24 and 27 there were price actions from euro 2,98 to euro 4,98/kg.
Source: Nieuwsbrief Aardbei, Productschap Tuinbouw, www.tuinbouw.nl