Demand for Cucumber Increases; Aggregate Output Account for Less Than 1% of Global Supply

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Wednesday, October 31, 2018 09:12 AM / FDC

The demand for cucumber has increased sharply in the last year. However, aggregate output only accounts for less than 1% of global supply.

With the commodity selling at N300 per kilo (smuggled: N2,000 per kilo), it serves as a major component of the salad basket for the health conscious and weight sensitive Nigerians.

The below screenshots contains a snapshot of the developments in the commodities market both in the domestic and global context.


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