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Blue poppy seeds: prices vary widely

February 4, 2021 12:29 PM, Der AUDITOR
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CHRUDIM. After blue poppy seed prices had settled at the favourable level of EUR 1.55/kg last week, there are currently huge differences in the offers of the respective suppliers.

Up to EUR 0.12/kg difference

After blue poppy seed prices had initially stabilised at a relatively low price level of EUR 1.55/kg FCA Czech Republic, some Czech market players now report an upward trend. This is partly due to increasing demand and partly because the Easter business is in full swing. However, current price quotations should be treated with caution, because depending on the supplier, the offers vary between the favourable 1.55 EUR/kg FCA of last week and significantly higher prices of EUR 1.67/kg FCA Czech Republic. Market pla

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