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Flaxseed: old crop is becoming scarce and expensive

September 28, 2023 at 4:24 PM , Der AUDITOR
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OTTAWA/ASTANA. Market players expect that the Kazakh flaxseed crop will not be available in the market before November, which is unusually late.

Canada's exports are doing well

Canadian flaxseed exporters are currently benefiting from good demand from China and the USA, while there is little buying interest from EU countries. Thanks to abundant carry-over stocks, prices are holding at current levels for the time being despite lower yields. However, as the experts at Rayglen Commodities state, it remains to be seen how steady demand from Chinese buyers will be, as they are likely to still have larger supplies.

Harvest delays cause prices to rise

Meanwhile, harvest delays in Ka

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