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Dried figs: export prices are increasing

July 27, 2021 at 11:32 AM , Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. The shortage of goods suitable for export is causing prices to rise. Meanwhile, the focus is already on the new crop.

Little activity on the market

Turkish market players report quiet markets and do not expect this to change in the coming weeks. The growing season in Aydin is progressing well and farmers have had little to complain about so far. Meanwhile, concerns are beginning to surface that the extremely high temperatures and resulting drought could negatively affect yields, but there is no confirmation of this yet. Surveys of the fig orchards are due to start in the first week of August and will be used as the basis for updated crop estimates. The International Nut and Dr

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