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Dried mulberries: demand remains absent

September 22, 2022 at 4:03 PM, Der AUDITOR
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IZMIR. Since the beginning of August, the new mulberry crop is available in the Turkish market. However, demand is restrained, which also affects prices.

Prices come under pressure

The new season did not start as hoped in the Turkish mulberry market. According to market players, the hoped-for high demand has not materialised. The new crop has been available on the market since the beginning of August and initially farmgate prices had risen to TRY 60-70/kg. However, the lack of buying interest caused growers to reduce their prices again despite high production costs, and mulberries are now offered for farmgate prices of TRY 40-50/kg. This time last year, prices were TRY 20-35/kg. However, export prices for d

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