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Dried figs: new crop draws attention

April 16, 2024 at 12:52 PM , Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. As the current crop is nearly sold out and trading is becoming increasingly subdued for dried figs attention has shifted towards the new season. Weather conditions could hardly be better.

Limited supplies

Weather conditions are favourable for the fig trees in Aydin and temperatures are expected to climb to 27-32C (81-90F) this week. As supplies are very much limited only few deals are being struck. Farmers reportedly only hold small volumes, which need to be sold by the end of May at the very latest. Expectation is that the market will remain quiet in the next few weeks. Most businesses have completed the current season and will remain closed until the new season starts in mid-September at the earliest. Only few companies, which still have orders to

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