Production estimates may need to be revised
Supplies are not quite as readily available as expected and the recent depreciation of the Turkish lira against the US dollar and the euro is far from helpful. Trouble is that the devaluation of the lira prompted the prices for imported nuts and oilseeds such as cashews, almonds and pumpkin seeds as well as domestically produced pistachios to skyrocket in Turkey. This gave rise to expectations that the prices for hazelnuts would do the same and encouraged some traders to stock up.
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