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Almonds: global production rises by 21%

March 24, 2021 at 2:57 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MADRID/SACRAMENTO. The year 2020 brought a significant increase in production to the international almond market, as the current report of the International Nut and Dried Fruit Council once again confirms. Taking into account the preliminary US production result - according to the Almond Board of California - the global...

… almond production in 2020/2021 will total 1.75 million mt, which is about 20% more than in the previous season. The USA, by far the most important origin, was able to increase its crop volume in the current season by 23% to 1.4 million mt and the Spanish almond crop is also impressive with around 115,633 mt. Although the southern European country provides significantly more acreage for almond cultivation than, for example, the USA, the yield per hectare is significantly lower due to the prevailing conditions, because Spanish almond plantations traditionally hardly us

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