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Dried apricots: prices for new crop increased

August 9, 2022 at 4:51 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Both farmgate and export prices for the new crop have increased noticeably compared to last week. As far as price trends are concerned, the coming weeks will be decisive.

Price declines expected in early September

Turkish market players report that farmgate prices for large apricots of the Jumbo and no 1 varieties have increased noticeably, contrary to expectations. According to their explanations, this is not because fewer large fruits were harvested, but because farmers are bringing their new crop to the markets in very measured quantities. Commodity prices for dried apricots, no 1, 2022 crop are now at TRY 130/kg. Exporters and traders agree, however, that by the beginning of September at the latest, so many goods will be availabl

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