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Dried apricots: price increases become a habit

November 2, 2021 at 3:16 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Due to a firmer lira and further increases in commodity prices, export prices for dried apricots have also increased - a situation to which exporters have meanwhile become accustomed.

High demand from Arab countries

Turkish apricot exports continue to be very satisfactory and exporters report increased demand, especially from Arab countries. Last week, 2,022 mt of dried apricots and apricot products were shipped overseas, compared to only 1,876 mt in the same week last year. This brings the total exports since the beginning of the season to 28,672 mt compared to 25,196 mt shipped in the same period last year.

Dried apricot exports in mt

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