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Hazelnuts: base prices prompt corrections

August 3, 2020 12:25 PM, Der AUDITOR
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ORDU. Less than a week after the base prices for this year's haezlnut crop were issued, it becomes apparent that not all market players are satisfied.

Farmers are satisfied

The base prices for Levantine (TRY 22.00/kg) and Giresund (TRY 22.5/kg) hazelnuts have now widely circulated on the market. Further detailss on purchase volumes, quality or purchase limits etc. have, however, not emerged. Although the growers are very much satisfied with prices, the exporters had initially speculated on lower prices and have lost out.

Large kernels

The offers for new crop are now becoming increasingly similar in price. Smaller price gaps between the individual sizes are also to be expected since

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