Nuts

Almonds: Germany increases imports from Spain by 17%

September 8, 2020 at 3:20 PM, Der AUDITOR
Play report as audio

MADRID/SACRAMENTO. Andalusia's almond farmers are unhappy with the farmgate prices at the start of the season, which led to the creation of an Almond Board. The board is supposed to...

... create transparency for everyone in order to keep farmers who are not informed about current market prices up to date. Meanwhile, Spanish agricultural media report that the almond crop in Cordoba is expected to increase by 58% to 3.169 metric tonnes, thanks to larger areas under cultivation.

Prices remain attractive

Spanish almonds vary slightly depending on the supplier, but overall they are still at the low level of recent weeks. However, offers for organic almonds from the new crop are still rare. On the one hand, traders are holding back until t

View related articles

Go to the News Overview
Nuts
Jan 25, 2023
MADRID/SACRAMENTO. Although Spain’s almond exports received a boost in November, the dent in exports is still much higher than in California. Competition between Spain and California remains fierce with speculations on water supplies and exchange rates having top priority at present.
Nuts
Jan 23, 2023
NEW DELHI. Farmers are in full control of India’s peanut market. Not only do they still hold more than 35% of all stocks but they also know how to play to their advantage. Artificial intelligence may also prove an asset in limiting aflatoxin contamination.
Nuts
Jan 19, 2023
ORDU. Things have taken such a bizarre turn in Turkey that buyers have switched to other hazelnut producing countries such as Georgia, Azerbaijan or Italy. Drought will, in fact, have a lasting impact on production in Italy.
Nuts
Jan 18, 2023
TEHRAN. Frustration and anger are growing with Iran’s government. Suppliers are now actively blaming the government for losing market shares for pistachios. Exports have, in fact, slumped by 75%.