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Dried apricots: 2022 might hold new record prices in store

January 18, 2022 12:19 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Export prices have fallen slightly compared to last week, but as the new crop is not available for another eight months, market players fear that new record highs could be reached in the course of the year. South African goods only pose competition in terms of price.

Slight decline in export prices

Markets have started the new week quietly with Turkish traders reporting low demand. Farmgate prices are around TRY 90/kg, as last week, while export prices are showing a slight decline. The weak buying interest is causing some concern in the market and market players currently expect that traders and growers will sell their goods at the latest when the budding and flowering period is approaching.

Hardly any small fruit available

The experts at Catz state that there is currently little p

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