Pistachios: crop damage drives up prices

August 17, 2022 at 4:41 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MAHVELAT. The prospect of a lower production this year and dwindling stocks on the world market have caused the prices of Iranian pistachios to rise markedly. Market players, meanwhile, are calling for a more comprehensive production process in the growing regions.

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Since the beginning of the month, pistachios have been harvested in Khorasan Razavi. The main production centre is Mahvelat; 19,300 ha of pistachio trees are grown in the region, accounting for 53% of the total crop in Khorasan Razavi and 7% of the Iranian crop. The varieties primarily grown are Badami and Fandoghi pistachios, in addition to Akbari, Ahmad Aghaei and Kale Ghuchi. Pistachio production plays a major role for Mahvelat, but Iranian market players are calling for the process to become more comprehensive and extend to processing rather

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