Dried Fruit

Dried apricots: TMO announces purchase prices

September 22, 2020 10:04 AM, Der AUDITOR
Play report as audio

MALATYA. The purchase prices of the TMO are in line with the expectations of the producers, so there are no surprises here. This also supports the export prices.

Unsulphured goods are to be reinforced

On Friday the TMO announced that it would start buying dried apricots on 21 September and in fact purchase prices were released on Monday. These are TRY 21/kg for sulphured dried apricots, no 4, and TRY 23/kg for unsulphured apricots. According to the official statement, this is intended to encourage farmers to produce more unsulphured dried apricots in the future; in the current season, the quantity of sulphured goods clearly predominates, as there has hardly been any hail damage, which is less noticeable in natural apric

View related articles

Go to the News Overview
Dried Fruit
Jan 19, 2022
MANISA/CAPE TOWN. In Turkey, farmers continue pruning vines despite the adverse weather conditions. Meanwhile, in South Africa, sultana production is starting and the outlook is for a significant increase in yields compared to last year.
Dried Fruit
Jan 18, 2022
TEHRAN. A quarter of this year's Iranian date production is to be exported; this is expected to generate high foreign exchange earnings. However, exporters are confronted with demanding standards.
Dried Fruit
Jan 18, 2022
AYDIN. In the Turkish dried fruit market, the supply of export quality goods is visibly shrinking, but demand is also weakening. Exporters focus on processing current contracts while prices maintain their upward trend.
Dried Fruit
Jan 18, 2022
MALATYA. Export prices have fallen slightly compared to last week, but as the new crop is not available for another eight months, market players fear that new record highs could be reached in the course of the year. South African goods only pose competition in terms of price.