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Dried apricots: significant price reductions

March 2, 2022 at 2:26 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Farmgate prices for dried apricots are down compared to last week, which is also reflected in export prices. Weekly exports also show noticeable declines.

Traders hope for Ramadan business

Turkish market players report declining farmgate prices, and this despite the fact that only small stocks are still available. They have been fluctuating between TRY 70 and 75/kg this week. However, it remains questionable whether the price decline will continue, as sales are reportedly doing well. The upcoming Ramadan, which is celebrated from 2 April to 2 May this year, is likely to give an additional boost to demand. The reduction in commodity prices is also reflected in export prices; dried apricots, no 2 are sign

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