Freshplaza.com reports on Dutch mushroom growers being happier with the prices they are getting this month.
"The United Kingdom is sympathetic at present. This is because of weather conditions from abroad. The Polish supply is lower because of the bad weather" Arno van den Oord of Champoord in Holland has said.
"The demand for mushrooms is not all that great in general. Most of the demand - and most of the shortage - is in middle sized mushrooms," Arno continued. "Last year we also had a recovery in January, but now it is a little stronger. We therefore hope that these prices will last a little longer now!"
It seems like the Dutch and the Irish have benefitted from the Polish problems.
Every cloud has its lining of silveriness – the question is will it continue?