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Pine nuts: global production increase of 25% expected

November 18, 2021 10:44 AM, Der AUDITOR
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REUS/BEIJING. After the disappointing yields of last year, the INC experts expect a significantly higher supply of pine nuts this season. However, prices for Chinese pine nuts are still at a relatively high level.

China's crop more than doubled

Pine nuts have been collected in Russia and Mongolia since September. According to the latest report by the International Nut and Dried Fruit Council (INC), Russia's production is expected to increase significantly by 65% year-on-year to 30,000 mt, while Mongolia's estimate of 17,000 mt is slightly more than half of last year's result. In the Chinese market, the supply of pine nuts was limited last year due to its own yield decline, and logistical hurdles created by the pandemic situation also made it difficult to import raw&

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