What is the price of cardamom per kilogram/pound in Netherlands today, December 3rd?
The retail price range for Netherlands cardamom is between US$ 4.33 and US$ 5.67 per kilogram or between US$ 1.96 and US$ 2.57 per pound(lb). Click here to see today's exact prices of cardamom in Netherlands
The retail price range in Euro for cardamom is between EUR 4 and EUR 5.24 per kilogram or between EUR 1.81 and EUR 2.38 per pound(lb) in Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
In 2023, the approximate wholesale price range for Netherlands cardamom is between US$ 3.03 and US$ 3.97 per kilogram or between US$ 1.37 and US$ 1.8 per pound(lb).
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Netherlands Cardamom Export Prices - Historical, Trends and Prediction
The export price of cardamom from Netherlands has seen a steady increase over the past five years. In 2019, the export price per kilogram was $7.45, which was a slight increase from the previous year. In 2020, the export price per kilogram rose to $7.90, a 6.2% increase from the previous year. 2021 saw a further increase to $8.20, a 3.8% increase from the previous year. 2022 saw a slight decrease to $8.10, a 1.2% decrease from the previous year. The latest data for 2023 shows an increase to $8.30, a 2.5% increase from the previous year.
Based on the data, it is likely that the export price of cardamom from Netherlands will continue to increase in the coming years. We can predict that the export price per kilogram for 2024 will be around $8.50.
Netherlands Cardamom Import Prices - Historical, Trends and Prediction
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Export values for Netherlands cardamom
The total values in export for cardamom in the Netherlands were US$ 6,486, US$ 8,486, US$ 10,842 and US$ 16,000 in US dollar thousand for the years 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 in that order.