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At the temple to gastronomy outside Paris, Rungis market, Marinette shows off a tray of fat white truffles from Italy, at 1,800 euros a kilo ($1,000 per pound).Some 12,000 employees make this well-oiled machine run to the tune of 9 billion euros in sales each year, up 3.8 percent from 2012 to 2013 .Hardest for seafood sellers – who sell 200 kilos of fish a day – is knowing how much to buy as more restaurants place last-minute orders due to uncertain client demand, which increases the risk of too much stock.A lobster costing 20 to 30 euros per kilo in June will be twice that in December, sellers said.
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