Big changers week on week as of 14 November 2016
|Lettuce, Round (each)||60||Sainsbury's|
|Apples, Gala (kg)||150||Asda|
Retail prices from the major supermarkets are collected by Market Intelligence Services and updated every Tuesday.
Average most usual as of W/E 18 November 2016.
|Bulb onions, yellow/red||30/44|
|Raspberries , all varieties||1,460|
*National average wholesale and median prices charged in England.
Data supplied by Defra. www.defra.gov.uk
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