On Wednesday, November 27, the selling price of good quality champignon in the farms of the Kiev region was fixed at 31-32 UAH / kg. On the wholesale market in Troyeshchina this morning they sold excellent champignon at the price of 35-36 UAH / kg. Buying activity today has noticeably revived and on the market on Wednesday there is a slight increase in sales of champignon.
“In the Troyeshchina there are enough mushrooms, the refrigerators are already full. Mushroom growers just came up and offered to “drain” the weak first grade of champignon at 28 UAH / kg, ”said one of the wholesalers.
The price of brown mushroom from farms is 41 UAH / kg.
At supermarkets with households, mushrooms were traded at 42-46 UAH / kg.
с хозяйства: 31-32 грн/кг
оптовый рынок на Троещине: 35-36 грн/кг
с хозяйства на супермаркеты: 40-46 грн/кг
с хозяйства: 39 грн/кг
In Lviv, on Wednesday noticeably warmer, but the price of champignon remains at the same level. From the farms of the Lviv region, mushrooms are released at 35 UAH / kg, at the wholesale market of Shuvar at 38 UAH / kg. There are very few buyers in the market.
from the farm: 35 UAH / kg
wholesale market: 38 UAH / kg
from the farm to supermarkets: 38-40 UAH / kg.
Trend of the day: on Wednesday after warming, the sale of champignon on the market in Troieschyna noticeably revived and will remain stable until the end of the day.
Today, November 27, in the Central region throughout the day the selling price of champignon from farms remained stable, including in the Kiev region, where it was fixed at a price mark of 32-33 UAH / kg. In the wholesale market in Troyeshchina, champignon was offered at 35-36 UAH / kg. Thus, prices in the capital were equal to prices for champignon in the Vinnitsa region. There is no shortage or oversupply of mushroom on farms; demand corresponds to supply. In the market in Troyeshchina, some wholesalers have already stocked up mushrooms for future use for trading on the weekend.
Forecast for Thursday, November 28: Tomorrow the price of champignon in the farms of the Kiev region should remain stable. It is quite possible the beginning of a slight revival of demand for mushroom, associated with the threshold of Lent and the onset of warming.