Manbang Big Data: The amount of vegetables and fruits imported into Beijing rose sharply, and aquatic products fluctuate slightly
Beijing News Shell Finance and Economics (Reporter Cheng Zijiao) Recently, the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Commerce stated that in order to ensure the supply of daily necessities such as vegetables in Beijing, it will continue to strengthen market monitoring, timely grasp the supply and supply information, and increase the supply of goods in the capital market. On June 18th, the latest data released by the Manbang platform showed that from June 15th to 16th, the volume of vegetable shipments to Beijing from various places increased by 306.1% compared with that from 11th to 12th.
Statistics show that the volume of vegetable shipments from various regions to Beijing increased by 259.0% and 214.1% respectively over the previous two weeks. Vegetables sent to Beijing from various places on June 17th increased by 61.5% compared with that on the 12th, and the growth rate stabilized.
From the perspective of the distribution of goods, the main supply provinces of Beijing vegetables are Shandong 32.4%, Hebei 32.2%, Liaoning 10.1%, Jiangsu 5.5%, and Henan 4.0%. Shandong and Hebei are still the main vegetable supply provinces in Beijing. On June 17, the increase of vegetables shipped from the two places to Beijing was 152.7 and 50.2% respectively.
The freight volume of fruit and meat has also risen steadily. From June 15-16, the fruits shipped to Beijing from various places increased by 13.3% compared with the 11-12 days, and increased by 37.4% and 18.5% respectively from the previous two weeks. The fruits are mainly from Shandong, Hebei, Anhui, Henan, and Jiangsu. The total cargo volume of pork, beef, and mutton increased by 58.0%.
In contrast, the freight volume of fresh and live aquatic products fluctuates. Statistics show that on June 15-16, vegetables shipped from various places to Beijing dropped by 63.5% compared with 11-12, and dropped by 58.7% and 73.2% respectively from the previous two weeks. On June 17, the fresh and live aquatic products sent to Beijing dropped by 70.6%.
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