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Dried apricots: prices at a high level

January 26, 2021 10:45 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Turkish market players report rising farmgate and export prices due to various factors. Exports, meanwhile, have stabilised again.

Weather conditions are decisive

After temperatures that were much too warm for the winter season, weather conditions in the Malatya growing region have now returned to normal. Farmgate prices have risen and export prices are also holding at a relatively high level, as market players fear that all goods could be used up before the end of the season. In addition, they are looking ahead to the flowering period in March and the weather conditions that will prevail then; if the coming crop is low due to possible frost, this is likely to cause new

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