Pine nuts: Pinus Sibirica kernels should be available in November

September 7, 2020 2:57 PM, Der AUDITOR
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BEIJING. Since the beginning of this week, Chinese pine nut traders have been making offers for the prompt delivery of goods from the new crop. However, the most common varieties will only be available in a few weeks.

Pine nuts of the Pinus koraiensis varietiy, 650 pcs/100g are offered at a level of USD 27,300 per metric tonne CFR Hamburg, the small seeded Pinus pumila 1.900-2.000 pcs/100g are available from USD 12,800 per metric tonne CFR Hamburg and can be shipped promptly. Meanwhile, the first price indications for Pinus sibirica, 950 pcs/100g are at USD 16,600 per metric tonne CFR Hamburg, but according to traders, shipping can only take place at the beginning of November.

This year, production results are expected to be significantly better than last year, which

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