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Almonds: Spain's September exports up by 20%

November 29, 2021 12:19 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MADRID/SACRAMENTO. The massive slump in US exports is causing almond prices to fall. Spanish almond suppliers, however, can be pleased with a significantly better export volume. September exports are 20% higher than in the same month last year.

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Logistical hurdles and well-planned advance purchases have caused US exports to fall massively this season. By the end of September, shipments to Europe, for example, were 7% behind the same month last year at 42,890 mt, and by October the difference had already grown to -25% (59,334 mt vs. 78,683 mt).

The situation is quite different for almond exports from Spain. In August, the almond season started with good export figures, and the exports in September were also impressive. In September 2021, a total of aro

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