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Dried figs: not all exports reach their destinations

December 13, 2022 at 2:16 PM , Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. The Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry in Aydin pointed out in a statement that dried fig shipments from Turkey were rejected at the EU border. Meanwhile, the lack of good quality goods will cause price adjustments in the coming year.

Price corrections ahead

The lack of higher quality goods caused farmgate prices for Turkish dried figs to increase by TRY 3-5/kg this week. However, these increases are not yet reflected in export prices, as demand is low before the Christmas holidays. However, after the turn of the year at the latest, there should be price adjustments here as well. On the open market, commodity prices for lower-quality dried figs are TRY 43-49/kg, while traders are asking TRY 60-85/kg for goods in better quality. Export prices for dried figs, Lerida, No. 2 are still at US

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