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Brazil nuts: prices about to stabilise

October 28, 2020 2:15 PM, Der AUDITOR
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SUCRE/LIMA. Due to a lack of demand, the prices for Brazil nuts have been falling steadily in recent months. However, market players report...

... that in the meantime the interest of buyers has increased again, which will stabilise prices for the time being. In the European spot market, the price indications for Brazil nuts, medium, originating in Peru are currently at a level of EUR 5.00/kg FCA Spain. For Bolivian Brazil nuts of this size, traders charge EUR 4.85/kg and nuts originating in Brazil EUR 5.10/kg FCA Spain.

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