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Millet: new crop from China

August 31, 2022 at 9:53 AM , Der AUDITOR
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BEIJING. New millet from Inner Mongolia should be available on the market from the beginning of September. Meanwhile, the price trend in recent weeks has been downward.

New crop from September

At the turn of the season, traders are rather cautious, the machines of the processing companies are not very busy, only few raw materials are coming in. The harvest is finished, which means that farmers now want to sell their goods. Buyers are mainly interested in the new crop; millet from the 2021 crop has virtually no buyers.

In Inner Mongolia, according to market players, harvesting is still going on in some areas, but the goods only started to be brought in at the end of August. The first positions should

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