Nuts

Hazelnuts: successful start into the new season

September 7, 2020 at 12:22 PM, Der AUDITOR
Play report as audio

ORDU. With the beginning of the new month the new export season for Turkish hazelnuts has also started. Market players speak of a successful start, but also have to face some problems.

New export record

Simultaneously with the start of September, the Export Union has statistically ended the 2019 season. An absolute export record was achieved, which clearly exceeded the previous best exports of around 301,000 metric tonnes in 2012: in total, more than 343,000 metric tonnes were exported last season. Although the processing plants are well utilized, exporters report that orders for 2021 deliveries are not yet off to a good start. One problem is certainly the massive devaluation of the Turkish Lira, which makes the price deve

View related articles

Go to the News Overview
Nuts
Feb 8, 2023
SACRAMENTO/CHIȘINĂU. For the first time, Moldovan market players have to deal with carry-over stocks; until now they were able to sell their entire production to the EU. This has changed this season due to the ongoing economic crises.
Nuts
Feb 8, 2023
CANBERRA/MADRID. Last year, Australia was able to achieve the best November exports ever, and overall, the current season seems to be developing into a record year for Australia's almond industry. Growers in Spain, however, are less satisfied.
Nuts
Feb 8, 2023
ATLANTA. Although reports state that demand for US pecans has risen by 10.5% this season so far, it should be noted that this trend is only driven by domestic demand. Exports paint a totally different picture.
Nuts
Feb 7, 2023
CANBERRA/WASHINGTON, D.C. Macadamias South Africa (SAMAC) has raised the production estimates for 2022. Farmers in Kenya are prompted to switch from coffee to the highly attractive nut and China has issued simply unbelievable production estimates. Global production and demand are on the rise. Yet, not everyone is happy.