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Dried apricots: drastic price drops

June 4, 2024 at 12:20 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The 2023/24 export season is virtually over and there is hardly any buying interest for the old crop, which is driving prices down significantly. The prospects for the new crop remain excellent.

Start of harvest after the holidays

Farmers in Turkey's apricot-growing regions still have no reason to complain. The weather conditions continue to be excellent for the development of the new crop, with temperatures of 16-20°C at night and 33-37°C during the day. No exceptional events have been reported for this week either.

Meanwhile, the manufacturing companies that have finalised their orders for this season have closed their factories to begin their annual maintenance work. By the Eid Al-Adha festival, the feast of sacrifice in Islam, which is c

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