Larger Peach Crop Returns After 2-Year Absence
After two years, larger quantities of peaches were again produced in Hungary, according to business daily Világgazdaság.
In contrast to previous years, the spring frost did not cause damage to the flowering period this year.
In Europe's largest peach-growing countries, after last year's frost damage, the harshest experienced in 30 years, more peaches were produced, but the quantity was still below the average of recent years.
Despite the higher supply, the wholesale price of imported fruit here is about a third higher than last year.
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