Commodity Prices Also Tumble: Deflation continues in fresh vegetables
- The price of being vegetarian. Apgar, Toni // Vegetarian Times;Apr95, Issue 212, p64
Describes an experiment done by American housewives to compare a vegetarian and non-vegetarian diet in terms of time spent on food preparation and costs. Common perception regarding the costs of eating a vegetarian diet; Some vegetarians' complaints about the cost of meatless food.
- A lesson in vegetable economics. Johnson, Terry // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;1/23/95, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p20
Reports that prices of fresh lettuce, broccoli, green peppers, cauliflower and other greens doubled and even tripled in December when the southwestern U.S. vegetable crop was slowed by heavy rain and freezing temperatures. Who is predicting the market to be back to normal; Comments on supply...
- Vegetable prices jump after heavy rains. Hawkes, Logan // Southwest Farm Press Exclusive Insight;12/11/2015, p1
The article reports on the rise in the vegetable prices after heavy rains in India.
- Wholesale prices w/e 31 May. // Horticulture Week;7/6/2013, p55
The article lists the wholesale prices of vegetables in Great Britain for the week of May 31, 2013 which include asparagus, beetroot and bulb onions.
- Revenue drop fuels viability fear. McEwan, Gavin // Horticulture Week;5/18/2012, p25
The article informs that according to James Hallett, chief executive officer (CEO) of the British Growers Association, deflationary pricing, rising input costs and high national self-sufficiency are affecting the viability of the vegetable growing sector in Great Britain.
- Titchmarsh accuses industry of 'taking the Mickey' with vegetable plug prices. // Horticulture Week;3/19/2010, p3
The article offers information on the accusation of gardening broadcaster Alan Titchmarsh regarding the overpricing of vegetables in Great Britain.
- Consumers face tomato price 'cliff'. RICHARDSON, LEN // California Farmer;Mar2013, Vol. 296 Issue 3, p13
The article offers information on the increased vegetable prices including that of tomato because of freezing temperature in California.
- Retail Inflation Inches up to 10.36% in May. // India -- West;6/22/2012, Vol. 37 Issue 31, pA35
The article presents information on an increase in the retail inflation due to an increase in prices of vegetables, edible oils and milk in May 2012.
- vegetable prices then and now. // Grocer;9/15/2012, p4
The article compares the prices of vegetables in three supermarkets in Great Britain in 2011 and 2012 including a drop in the price of courgettes in 2012, the drop in the prices of loose baking potatoes and a drop in the prices of loose leeks.