Pecans: promising start to the new season

November 18, 2020 10:48 AM, Der AUDITOR
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ATLANTA. Market players in the US pecan market are talking about the best start of an export season in three years. Despite higher crop volumes, supplies could become scarce during the season.

Outstanding exports

In the USA, the new pecan nut season started in September and the harvest is still in full swing. As Pecan Report reports, the producers can be satisfied with the start of the season for the time being; after the 2019/2020 season has already ended with very good exports, so many pecans were shipped overseas in September that traders speak of the best start of an export season in the past three years. In general, November is one of the best months for pecan sales, as the holidays at the end of the year usually increase cons

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