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Figs: Deadline in sight

November 10, 2016 at 12:33 PM , Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. Only a few more weeks until Christmas. That leaves Turkish fig suppliers with only little room for exports anymore.

Usually, the main business with Turkish dried figs is taken care of before the turn of the year. There is enough merchandise available and prices are stable, although buyers suspect lower prices are possible.

dried figs, Turkey

type

USD/mt

EUR/mt

Lerida, no. 2

4,500

4,049

Lerida, no. 3

4,300

3,869

Lerida, no. 4

4,100

3,689

Lerida, no. 5

3,900

3,509

FOB Izmir


Germany in the lead
Exports of dried figs from Turkey are at a similar level as that of last year. A solid 15,700 mt of dried figs were shipped abroad in the first weeks of the new season. The largest importers by far are Germany (2,575 mt), and France (2,212 mt).

export dried figs in mt

type

2016/17

2015/16

whole

16,746

16,867

diced

914

786

paste

925

856

total

18,585

18,509

29.09.-05.11.16

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figs, dried, no. 2, Lerida

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