Bartolomé Servera, the president of the distributors association in the Balearics, says that while it had seemed as if food prices were stabilising, they are rising again because of "the drought that is ravaging the mainland". "No one should expect a fall in prices," he warns, with the drought now starting to impact prices which have risen, for example, by up as much as 27% over the past year in the case of vegetables and legumes.
Drought in Spain pushing up Mallorca food prices
"In many cases, farmers aren't even planting"
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