Almonds: no recovery in sight

November 10, 2020 at 2:40 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MADRID/SACRAMENTO. Almond prices are probably not going to increase in the near futures; only a few varieties are able to remain firm on the trading markets.

High stocks and low demand

As reported by Spanish agricultural media, the prices for Spanish Marcona and Largueta almonds have further consolidated on the Spanish trade markets. In contrast, export prices are, however, only stable to slightly declining. Prices for Larguetas, 13/14 mm, natural, declined again to EUR 5.80/kg FCA Spain, while Marcona almonds, 12/14 mm, natural are traded for EUR 6.60/kg FCA Spain, just like last week.

In the case of Valencias, market players have long since abandoned the idea of an imminent price increase. The growing avai

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