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Buckwheat: no shipments from China

February 26, 2020 12:07 PM, Der AUDITOR
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WARSAW/FRANKFURT. According to reports there are currently no buckwheat exports from China. Other exporting countries, which have so far received less attention, are now moving into focus.

Autumn harvest in Argentina

Market players report that buckwheat exports from China, as for many other commodities, came to a complete standstill due to the spread of the coronavirus. The main problem is that buckwheat is primarily shipped from large cities where the quarantine situation has led to a massive shortage of staff both in production and in the transport sector. The focus is now on European countries. Argentina, where the autumn harvest is currently underway, is also coming to the fore. Prices have risen in recent weeks and are around EUR 1

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