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3663 potato prices 

Due to poor weather conditions, the UK potato crop is expected to be down at least 25% this year. In addition, the quality is also expected to be poor, particularly with larger potatoes.

Consequently, the cost price on the wholesale markets has already doubled during September and October. This has resulted in prices to 3663 rising substantially from 5 November.

As this is a force majeure increase, 3663 have had no option but to increase their prices from the 5 November without notice.

Therefore, the following products will increase in price by the percentages shown. The new cost prices will appear in trading directory from 12 November.

POTATO MARIS PIPER / WARE 1-2.5kg   53.19%
POTATO JACKET 50. 1-15kg   57.62%
POTATO WASHED WARE 1-25kg   9.68%
RED POTATO WASHED 1-25kg   6.25%
POTATO JACKET 40S X 15KG 1-15kg   65.58%
POTATO JACKET 60S 1-15kg   46.94%

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