Pecans: US stocks drastically reduced

April 26, 2021 2:33 PM, Der AUDITOR
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ATLANTA. Due to the very good demand for US pecans, stocks in cold stores are significantly lower than in 2020. Some shellers even have to import RCN.

Demand reaches all-time high

The pecan industry is one of the few that actually seems to be benefiting from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Since regular consumption of pecans is said to boost the immune system, demand has currently reached an all-time high, according to pecanreport. For this reason, February stocks in US cold stores have also dropped significantly by 14,987 mt compared to February 2020, which is a decline of almost 10%. Although pecan stocks in the USA have been steadily increasing since 2015, as more and more farmers are switchin

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