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Dried figs: price increases throughout the market

January 18, 2022 at 2:56 PM, Der AUDITOR
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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.

Export quality goods are running low

As was already apparent in the last weeks of 2021, there are hardly any dried figs of export quality left on the Turkish dried fruit market. Prices can therefore vary greatly depending on the supplier. Demand has declined compared to last week and the few enquiries are followed by even fewer contracts. Exporters are now concentrating primarily on processing contracts that were concluded at the beginning of the season.

However, the low availability of goods now means that not only the prices for dried figs in exp

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