Hazelnuts: raw materials from the new crop will be available soon

August 30, 2021 9:26 AM, Der AUDITOR
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ORDU. In Turkey, the hazelnut harvest is progressing. At the same time, large quantities have already been registered for sale to the TMO while market leader Ferrero continues hold back.

Growers can continue harvesting

In the growing regions of Turkey, the hazelnut harvest can now get off to a full start; unfavourable weather conditions had prevented this so far. The weather should also be sufficiently stable in the next few days to allow work to continue, which is why market players are hoping that the first raw material deliveries will soon arrive at the traders and shelling companies. While no reliable statements can yet be made about the quality of the nuts, market players reckon that the proportion of the various kernel sizes cou

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