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Blackberry wholesale prices 2022

The Current commodity price of Blackberry per kg, pound in the world in the global markets

blackberries


Price range: 8 - 16 EUR / 1 kg | Market: Mercamadrid | Date: 2024-07-18

blackberry


Price range: 400 - 500 RSD / 1 kg | Market: Belgrade Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-17

blackberry castilla kilo


Price range: 3800 - 3800 COP / 1 kg | Market: Medellín Wholesale Markets | Date: 2024-07-17

blackberry France open field pack 125g


Price range: 13.6 - 19 EUR / 1 kg | Market: MIN Nantes | Date: 2024-07-17

blackberry France pack 125g


Price range: 17.7 - 17.7 EUR / 1 kg | Market: MIN Rungis | Date: 2024-07-17

blackberry pantanillo kilo


Price range: 3800 - 3800 COP / 1 kg | Market: Medellín Wholesale Markets | Date: 2024-07-17

blackberries - i - n.c. - in trays - italy


Price range: 13 - 14 EUR / 1 kg | Market: Centro Agro Alimentare Torino | Date: 2024-07-16

blackberry de castilla arroba 12.5 kg


Price range: 55 - 53 COP / 2,5 | Market: Bucaramanga Centroabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-16

blackberry de castilla bag 12 kg


Price range: 52 - 50 COP / 12 kg | Market: Cúcuta Cenabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-16

blackberry de castilla canastilla 12.5 kg


Price range: 60 - 60 COP / 2,5 | Market: Cali Santa Elena Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-16

blackberry de castilla carboard box 2.5 kg


Price range: 11 - 10.6 COP / 2,5 | Market: Bucaramanga Centroabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-16

blackberry de castilla kilogram 1 kg


Price range: 6.5 - 6.5 COP / 1 kg | Market: Armenia Mercar Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-16

blackberry de castilla wooden box 6 kg


Price range: 32 - 30 COP / 6 kg | Market: Bogotá DC Corabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-16

blackberry France pack 125g


Price range: 23.2 - 23.2 EUR / 1 kg | Market: MIN Bordeaux-Brienne | Date: 2024-07-16

blackberries


Price range: 8 - 16 EUR / 1 kg | Market: Mercamadrid | Date: 2024-07-15

blackberry


Price range: 400 - 500 RSD / 1 kg | Market: Belgrade Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-15

blackberry de castilla canastilla 12.5 kg


Price range: 60 - 60 COP / 2,5 | Market: Cali Cavasa Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-15

blackberry de castilla carboard box 12.5 kg


Price range: 66 - 65 COP / 2,5 | Market: Barranquilla Barranquillita Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-15

blackberry de castilla carboard box 2.5 kg


Price range: 18 - 17 COP / 2,5 | Market: Barranquilla Barranquillita Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-15

blackberry de castilla kilogram 1 kg


Price range: 6.2 - 6 COP / 1 kg | Market: Armenia Mercar Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-15

blackberry de castilla wooden box 6 kg


Price range: 30 - 28 COP / 6 kg | Market: Bogotá DC Corabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-15

blackberry castilla kilo


Price range: 4000 - 4000 COP / 1 kg | Market: Medellín Wholesale Markets | Date: 2024-07-13

blackberry de castilla arroba 12.5 kg


Price range: 55 - 53 COP / 2,5 | Market: Bucaramanga Centroabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-13

blackberry de castilla bag 12 kg


Price range: 54 - 52 COP / 12 kg | Market: Cúcuta Cenabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-13

blackberry de castilla canastilla 12.5 kg


Price range: 60 - 60 COP / 2,5 | Market: Cali Santa Elena Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-13

blackberry de castilla carboard box 2.5 kg


Price range: 11 - 10.6 COP / 2,5 | Market: Bucaramanga Centroabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-13

blackberry de castilla wooden box 6 kg


Price range: 35 - 35 COP / 6 kg | Market: Bogotá DC Corabastos Wholesale Market | Date: 2024-07-13

blackberry pantanillo kilo


Price range: 4000 - 4000 COP / 1 kg | Market: Medellín Wholesale Markets | Date: 2024-07-13

Blackberry - perennial shrub

Blackberry is a common name for a perennial shrub of the Rosacea family. It is usually cultivated for its fruit which is characterized by its aggregate black fruits of the same name. The common name may reffer to several different species, including Rubus ursinus, Rubus argutus, and Rubus fruticosis also known as wild blackberry. Rubus ursinus and Rubus arbutus are native to North America. The shrub has three different types of stems: trailing, arching, and erect. The stems are usually thorned but some varieties may be thornless. The stem also is a base for the groups of leaves that consist of 3 to 5 leaflets. They are bright green, with characteristic toothed edges. Blackberry shrub does not grow taller than 3 meters in height and lives up to ten years. It occurs naturally almost on every continent except Antarctica and Australia.

Blackberries are usually cultivated for the fruit which is often consumed raw. They can also be frozen or canned and later used in several different kinds of deserts such as ice creams, juices, pies, jellies, jams, and other preserves. They are a rich source of antioxidants and vitamins. They also contain lots of important elements such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and iron.

Common blackberry naturally grows best in the dry prairie, woodland meadows, and near streams and roadsides. It is best grown in temperate regions with cool summer and mild winters, They like full sun and dry soil rich in organic matter. The fruit starts to appear in the second year of growth. The best temperatures for fruit are around 25 degrees.

The blackberry has many healing properties. The fruit, leaves, and tender shots were used to treat several diseases such as angina, ulcers, or diabetes. Dried fruit is also often added to herbal and fruit teas and tinctures.

The largest production of blackberries takes place in Serbia with almost 69 % of total European production. Serbia is also the largest producer in the world. Other important produces are the United Kingdom, Germany, Croatia, Poland, and Romania. Blackberries are also quite commonly produced in the United States, especially in Oregon. Some smaller producers may be found all over the world because blackberry is quite easy to cultivate.

Global blackberry production

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), global production of blackberries has increased in recent years. In 2010, worldwide production was estimated at 1.3 million metric tons, up from 1.1 million metric tons in 2009. The majority of blackberries are grown in the Northern Hemisphere, with the United States, Mexico, and Canada is the top three producers. In the United States, blackberry production has been on the rise in recent years. In 2010, U.S. growers produced an estimated 255,000 metric tons of blackberries, up from 235,000 metric tons in 2009. The vast majority of blackberries grown in the United States are cultivated in California, with Oregon and Washington also being major producing states. In 2010, Mexico was the second largest producer of blackberries in the world, with an estimated production of 225,000 metric tons. This represents an increase from 2009 when Mexican growers produced 210,000 metric tons of blackberries. Most of the blackberries grown in Mexico are for export, with the United States being the top importer. Canada is the third largest producer of blackberries in the world, with an estimated output of 140,000 metric tons in 2010. This represents an increase from 2009 when Canadian growers produced 130,000 metric tons of blackberries. The majority of blackberries grown in Canada are for export, with the United States being the top importer.

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