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Dried apricots: factories remain closed

January 3, 2024 at 4:11 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Due to weak demand and low trading activity, many processing companies have stopped working. Exports are also showing a worrying picture.

What will growers do?

According to Turkish market players, the situation on the dried apricot market is the same as before the holidays. There is virtually no demand, which is why trade is practically at a standstill. This is also having an impact on the processing companies; most factories remain closed and are at most on call, as no orders are coming in. There has also been no change in prices in recent weeks. The question now is whether farmers will lower their prices to get trade moving again; traders have been hoping for this for several weeks, but so far there

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