Big changers week on week as of 21 September 2015
Retail prices from the major supermarkets are collected by Market Intelligence Services and updated every Tuesday.
Average most usual as of W/E 25 September 2015.
|Blackcurrants (all varieties||592|
|Lettuce, Cos, (per head)||49|
|Cucumber, all varieties||88|
*National average wholesale and median prices charged in England.
Data supplied by Defra. www.defra.gov.uk
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