According to the group, The price gap between source and destination in the food type grew 5.8 points per month.
This situation also occurs in the context of the introduction of sales, especially in fruits such as orange, tangerine, red pepper and pumpkin.
The data comes from Insays about Prices in Origin and Destination (IPOD) which expands the CAME Divisional Divisional Divisions based on what is published in the online newspapers of the main Argentine repositories.
In terms of agricultural products, 566% were the difference between the cutter producer and those entered into the gondola, representing an increase of 7 points compared to the previous month.
Breads with larger gaps in November: the orange, which costs its cost 13.7 hours after leaving the field; Red pepper with a multiplication of 8.57 times; the red apal with 8.11 times; The mandarin was 6.86 times and the pear was 6.54 times.
The materials with small variations were between one level of sale and the egg and chicken meat, as the user paid only 2.51 times more than the producer, card (3.12 times more) and the tomato round (about 3.48 hours).
Dante Javier Grigolatto, former president of the Citrus Federation of Entre Rios (FeCiER), no "Many inter-actors choose to go to their market directly to their market, and sometimes they do not even sell what they have, which is "Means they need to leave the results".
"The campaigns have expanded considerably in the last few months due to their valuation, and because they can not refurbish the sales prices they are working on," he said.
The proportion of the producer in the final cost of his / her diet was reduced in November to an average 22 per cent against 22.9% of the previous month.