Banana’s price is up more than 1,000% in two years

An apple has a cost of about $1.30, but it is not an expensive fruit.

It costs more to produce an apple than it costs to sell it.

An apple from Madagascar is $1,200.

And the cost of bananas from Brazil to China has increased by nearly 2,000 percent since the year 2000.

That means the price of an apple from the African nation, with an annual average production of about 10,000 tons, is more than three times the cost.

This is a staggering rise.

It means that bananas are being priced in a way that is more advantageous to the average American consumer.

A banana from Madagascar costs about $3,200 and sells for more than $3 a pound in the United States.

That is a 50 percent markup, according to the U.S. government.

It is not just the price that is rising, the profit margins are also being slashed.

Banana growers are also losing their ability to sell at reasonable prices.

In 2004, the U., British and French governments agreed to a $40 million annual contract for the cultivation of banana crops.

This agreement is no longer valid, according a spokesperson for the Ministry of Agriculture.

In addition to the $40 billion agreement, the government also agreed to purchase land from the country’s traditional owners.

They have no right to hold land.

The government has been negotiating with banana growers for more years to end the practice of renting out land to those who want to plant bananas for their own commercial use.

A growing number of farmers are demanding better working conditions and greater control over the price they pay.

The country’s bananas are the most sought-after fruit in the world.

It takes about 1,800 pounds to produce 1,400 pounds of bananas, which means that if you were to produce one pound of bananas a year for the entire year, you would have to pay a premium of $50 per pound to produce that same amount of bananas.

The cost of a banana from Africa is about $2,000 a pound.

It will cost $4,000 to produce a pound of African bananas in the U