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Dried apricots: brisk trade and rising prices

February 6, 2024 at 11:11 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The Turkish dried apricot market is still very lively and suppliers are doing good business. Both commodity and export prices have continued to rise.

Prices continue their upward trend

The Turkish dried apricot market continues to be very active and both commodity and export prices have risen again compared to last week. There are now only a few very good quality apricots available, but prices have also risen for fruit with rain and hail damage. Demand on the domestic market remains high, and exporters are also reporting numerous enquiries from all over the world. At the moment, it looks as if this peak phase could continue for a while. The weather conditions in Malatya continue to be good for the apricot trees.

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