Hi everyone. :)
I'm curious to know what fruits and vegetables cost in other European countries. It would be helpful for all of us to know the prices, so we can have a better idea when we travel.
So, please name the different sorts of fruits and vegetables and how much they cost. :)
Depends on the season, but at the moment(Germany; organic; average):
Bananas: 1,99€/kg - bulk(18 kg/box): 1,50€/kg
Tomatoes: minimum 3,99€/kg
Medjool Dates: 19,90€/kg - online: 9€/kg (5kg box, israel-spezialitaeten.de)
Tenerife canary islands: (north-west area, best one)
organic bananas: 0,6-1,2€/kilo
organic oranges: 0,6-1€/kilo
tomatos: 1-1,5€ kilo
figs: free from the mountains
cacatus figs: free from the mountains
eggfruit: free when times in the botanic gardens (1 tree only)
see grapes: free
He just went shopping here my list, but still not enough for a week and im running out of money already for 1 week. I was shoppin at the amrked there the things are cheaper then the shops.
Holland, Groningen) non organic price in euro
|Peppers||1kg 2nd cl||1|
|melons||3 p. small 2nd cl||1|
Thanks for the information. But PLEASE call the country by its real name (the Netherlands). It would be just the same as if someone called Germany "Hamburg" or Canada "Ontario".
^^ That's one of my pet peeves.
I don't mean to be rude, but just for some extra information (for political correctness). In the Netherlands, there are different provinces, including the two South Holland (Zuidholland) and North Holland (Noordholland). Until 1841, they were a whole province (Holland), but even then that province was not the whole country. Therefore, in the future, PLEASE when talking about the country in general, call it by its real name.