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Pine nuts: raw nut availability increases

April 7, 2021 12:49 PM, Der AUDITOR
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BEIJING. Experts still expect a very good pine nut crop this year. Meanwhile, the availability of raw nuts in the market is improving.

Market is slowly gaining momentum

According to the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Food, Domestic Products and Animal By-products (CFNA), despite good yields in China, Russia and North Korea, there were initial delays in raw nut procurement for Chinese pine nut traders. Until a few weeks ago, border closures due to the coronavirus pandemic meant that no shipments could be made from Russia, North Korea and Mongolia. Only since the Chinese New Year have raw nut shipments from Russia and Mongolia reached China, but the re

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