Fruit and vegetable wholesale prices

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These publications give the average wholesale prices of selected home-grown horticultural produce.

Source agency: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Designation: National Statistics Language: English Alternative title: Agricultural Market Reports

Notes:

The following are the average of the most usual prices charged by wholesales for
homegrown fruit, vegetables and flowers at Birmingham, Liverpool, New Covent Garden, New Spitalfields, Gateshead and Bristol
With effect from the week ending 1 October 2004, this has changed to at Birmingham, Liverpool, New Spitalfields and Bristol. Also with flower prices at New Covent Garden.




























(1) a bunch equals 5 stems
(2) a bunch equals 10 blooms
(3) a bunch equals 10 stems (4) a bunch equals 5 blooms

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Fruit and vegetable wholesale prices 2004 to 2015

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Added to data.gov.uk 10/12/2011
Theme Environment
Themes (secondary) Business & Economy
Temporal coverage 2004 - 2015
Geographic coverage England
National statistic yes
ONS category Agriculture and Environment
Update frequency monthly
Mandate No value
Schema/Vocabulary No value
Code list No value
Service Level No value
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