Switzerland Sugar Beet 2023 Retail Prices
The retail price range for Switzerland sugar beet in September is between US$ 0.48 and US$ 0.78 per kilogram or between US$ 0.22 and US$ 0.35 per pound(lb). Click here to see today's prices of sugar beet in Switzerland
The retail price range in WIR Franc for sugar beet is between CHF 0.43 and CHF 0.7 per kilogram or between CHF 0.2 and CHF 0.32 per pound(lb) in Bern and Geneva.
In 2023, the approximate wholesale price range for Switzerland sugar beet is between US$ 0.34 and US$ 0.55 per kilogram or between US$ 0.15 and US$ 0.25 per pound(lb).
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Switzerland Sugar Beet Export Prices - Historical, Trends and Prediction
The export price per kilogram of Sugar Beet from Switzerland has seen a steady increase over the last five years. In 2014, the price was 0.10 US $ per kg, which dropped to 0.08 US $ per kg in 2016. However, the price rose to 0.27 US $ per kg in 2017 and further increased to 0.30 US $ per kg in 2018. The price then skyrocketed to 1.00 US $ per kg in 2021 and further increased to 3.00 US $ per kg in 2022. Based on this trend, it is predicted that the export price per kilogram of Sugar Beet from Switzerland will be around 3.50 US $ per kg in 2023 and 4.00 US $ per kg in 2024.
The sugar beet exports from Switzerland are classified as:
- Sugar beet, fresh, chilled, frozen or dried, whether or not ground (HS code 121291)
Switzerland Sugar Beet Import Prices - Historical, Trends and Prediction
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Export values for Switzerland sugar beet
The total values in export for sugar beet in Switzerland were US$ 1, US$ 39 and US$ 149 in US dollar thousand for the years 2016, 2017 and 2018 in that order.