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Fruit And Vegetable Prices Squashed In October

Published: Fri 13 Nov 2020 10:47 AM
Fruit and vegetable prices fell 5.6 percent in October 2020 as the local growing season picked up, Stats NZ said today.
Fruit and vegetable prices follow a very seasonal trend and typically fall in October, with the lowest prices for the year in summer.
“Warmer weather makes it easier to grow many crops, with higher supply making these products cheaper,” consumer prices manager Nicola Growden said.
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