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Dried apricots: price rally continues

February 13, 2024 at 11:31 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Prices on the Turkish dried apricot market continue to rise as high-quality goods are in short supply and demand is high. Weekly exports are catching up, while total exports are still far from last year's level.

No end to price increases in sight

Turkish market players report that price increases on the dried apricot market are still in full swing. Commodity prices are rising by TRY 10-15/kg every week, and market experts currently expect this situation to continue for some time to come. Exporters are not particularly happy about this, stating that it is difficult for them to sell their goods at this level. The main reason for the price increases is that there is not much good quality produce left on the market. The price differences between the different varieties and size

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