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Buckwheat: organic goods from China remain competitive

January 18, 2024 at 12:14 PM , Der AUDITOR
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DALIAN. Imported buckwheat is outperforming the domestic crop in the Chinese market. Meanwhile, the first few months of the new season have seen noticeable shifts in the main sourcing countries for German imports.

Organic goods remain competitive

The continuing buckwheat imports to China are keeping prices on the domestic market in check. Depending on the supplier and quality, there can also be significant price differences in the Chinese buckwheat market. Meanwhile, organic buckwheat remains competitive in international comparison. Conventional Chinese buckwheat, hulled, is currently being traded at export prices of USD 940/mt FOB Dalian, while offers for organic buckwheat are at a level of USD 1,010/mt FOB.

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