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Dried apricots: the price rally continues

August 31, 2021 12:43 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. As expected by market players, prices for Turkish dried apricots have once again risen noticeably. Growers are satisfied with the prices achieved, so that half of the new crop has already been sold. Exports also show a positive picture.

Exporters in a hurry

As already announced last week, both commodity and export prices for the new crop have once again increased significantly. Smallholders have already sold most of their goods, while larger farms are waiting and hoping for further price increases. Overall, about half of the new crop has been sold so far and growers are very satisfied with the prices achieved. Exporters are in a hurry to buy because they are worried that the raw materials will soon be sold out. Although they believe that the new season has started with prices that ar

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