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Dried figs: total exports almost at last year's level

July 13, 2021 at 10:18 AM, Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. Turkish dried fig exports are still going so well that total exports since the beginning of the season should soon exceed last year's value. The growing season for the new crop has also been satisfactory so far.

Many fruits on the trees

Turkish farmers report that the growing season in Aydin province is progressing well and that there are currently no unusual events that could affect the crop. However, it is noticeable that there are a lot of figs hanging on the trees, which could lead to an increase in small fruits being harvested. However, it is still too early to make reliable statements on this, as well as for estimates regarding the crop quantity.

According to market players, demand remains high and since no more raw materials have been available on the op

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