ARCHIVE: National Average Wholesale Prices of Selected Home-grown Horticultural Produce, England
The latest weekly national statistics produced by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs relating to the average wholesale prices of selected home-grown horticultural produce were released on 4th April 2011 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
The key points from this release are:
- National average of the most usual prices charged by wholesales for selected home-grown fruit and vegetables at four leading wholesale markets in England i.e. Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool and New Spitalfields.
- National average of the most usual prices charged by wholesales for selected home-grown cut flowers and flowering pot plants at five leading wholesale markets in England i.e. Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, New Spitalfields and New Covent Garden.
Latest release (the latest data relates to the week ending 1st April 2011).
Geographic Breakdown: n/a
Next release date: Release calendar
For more information about this release, please e-mail: Prices@defra.gsi.gov.uk or telephone:++44 (0)1904 45 6561 or 5249
Commission Regulation 1221/2008 sets out the marketing standards that apply for many fruit and vegetables. Marketing standards include criteria such as quality, size, labelling, packaging and presentation. For further information on marketing standards please see the RPA website.
Page last modified: 25 October 2010
Page published: 18 March, 2010