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Euro Potato

Euro Potato provides a review of crops and markets from the major potato growing countries in northern Europe and beyond.

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  • Euro Potato - 24 September 2010

    EU 5 countries estimate ware potato production could be 8% down on last yearPrices on the continent are varied but remain firm particularly in the fresh and export sectorsExport opportunities appear...

  • Euro Potato - 21 October 2010

    Harvesting in Northern European continues to make slow progressFresh and processing sectors remain firm with prices strengthening for sound quality stockExport demand remains good with trade expected...

  • Euro Potato - 30 November 2010

    NEPG estimates of EU 5 production, area and yieldLatest on harvest progress and storage developments in northern EuropeUp to date market prices by trade sector and countryBrief summary on the start...

  • Euro Potato - 27 January 2011

    Northwest European potato markets firmed during the end of 2010 and prices have continued to rise in early 2011Strong export demand to Eastern Europe continuesFresh and processing buyers in Northern...

  • Euro Potato - 28 February 2011

    Up to date market prices by trade sector and countryProduction, area and yield figures for NEPG countriesA look ahead to the 2011/12 crop season

  • Euro Potato - 30 March 2011

    Eastern European demand continues to influence North West European marketsUK exports of fresh potatoes to Holland in January were 11 times higher than the 3 year averageFrance, Belgium, Holland...

  • Euro Potato - 05 May 2011

    Up to date market prices by countryPlantings across NEPG countries are ahead of last seasonCrops are progressing well, although rain is required for tuberisationMost countries report low stock levels...

  • Euro Potato - 08 June 2011

    Growing conditions have been dry throughout the major Northern European potato producing countriesAccording to HM Revenue and Customs total UK fresh exports during July 2010 to March 2011 period...

  • Euro Potato - 06 July 2011

    EU 5 planted area is provisionally estimated to have increased by 1.8 per cent this seasonThe main crop is growing well after recent rain fallThe NEPG report that with the dry spring and low yields...

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