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Dried apricots: discrepancies persist

June 7, 2022 at 11:15 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. This year's production estimates still range far apart for dried apricots. The market is still assessing the full extent of the damage caused by frost. Demand and exports remain low.

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The situation is still highly confusing in Turkey's dried apricot market as the damages caused by frost and hailstorms are still being assessed and there is much disagreement on this year's production. While most growers reckon that production will range on a similar level as last year at 75,000-80,000 mt, others are reckoning with a much lower 45,000 mt. The market also disagrees over prices. Although some expect production estimates and prices for the new crop to be issued in the next few days, others state that relibale estimates and prices w

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