Historically poor harvests have left European strawberries in short supply, with prices expected to hit record highs by mid-summer.
Skåne, in southern Sweden, experienced record low temperatures and severe frosts at the end of May, freezing delicate strawberry blossoms. The cold then ran well into June, meaning further unfavorable growing conditions and an exacerbation to what was already seriously stunted growth.
As a result, Swedish strawberries are now in short supply and prices are skyrocketing — expected to reach record-highs by mid-Summer, reports atl.nu/lantbruk.
In addition, nearby Germany and Poland suffered an unexpected blast of cold in late May, too.
Strawberries from these countries are also hard to come by, with most of the fruits being imported from Belgium, and at prices comparable to Sweden’s.
And while the garden strawberry may be considered a luxury to most, their severe shortage likely indicates that cold-related crop losses are now upon us.
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