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Dried apricots: market gets back on track

January 12, 2021 11:01 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. After the mild weather of recent weeks, colder temperatures are now forecast, which would benefit the crops. Export demand has picked up again, which also has an impact on farmgate prices.

Snow in the growing regions

After the quiet weeks over the holidays and the turn of the year, market players are now reporting that export demand has picked up again and that there is also movement in the commodity market. The winter weather has so far been very mild in Turkey, but now rain and snowfall has been forecast for Manisa province in the second half of the week, which has noticeably improved the mood among producers. The increased buying interest from overseas is causing farmgate prices to rise. The Turkish lira has lost slightly in value, c

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