The export season for garlic began in June and ends in late March next year. Traders buy a large quantity of garlic at the beginning of the season, which leads to an increase of supply in the market of garlic. This accumulation of the product has led a decrease in the export price for Chinese garlic“, says Annie Chen,
After a couple of years where this vegetable knew years of splendor, it bottomed out, making the sowing of garlic news again in the province for the second consecutive season.
Despite forecasts of excellent prospects for increasing the export of Ukrainian garlic this season, so far Ukraine has demonstrated a significant deterioration of the international trade balance for these products. According to Info-Shuvar, in July 2016, we almost did not import garlic, whereas in the same month of 2017 Ukraine imported almost 170 tons of this product. The whole
Production of garlic around the world is on the rise thanks to farmers cashing in on limited supplies in recent years. Much of the increased production is due to the fact that more land is being used for growing garlic.
Despite a good production of Spanish garlic in past years, this season started unsuccessfully.
The fragrant event – the garlic festival – will take place next weekend in Kuremaa, bringing together the Estonians, for whom the piquant spice has become a special way of life, and offering the public “mountains” of garlic – marinated and soaked, green and black, as well as onions, garlic cream and other spices.
Garlic is a bumper crop this year, but the price has fallen sharply. The wholesale price is now below 6 Yuan (USD 0.89) per kg, which is down more than 50 percent year-on-year. However, recent customs data shows a separate pattern for the export price.
Local producers are concerned about the lack of Czech garlic this year. The biggest concern of the farmers from southern Moravia, where drought lost up to half the harvest. The Czech demand for garlic continues to grow. The price is slightly increased.
In the Almetyevsk “Vegetable Valley” plan to move the Chinese garlic on the shelves of the country.
Due to the high production of garlic in province San-Juan, Argentina is one of the leading exporters of garlic in the world.