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Sultanas: Exporters demand lower prices

MANISA. The dried fruit traders in Turkey have doubts that the export prices will be competitive if farmgate prices remain at TRY 10 per kg or higher.


This report contains:
 
- a short market update on Turkey
- the latest prices from Turkey
- details on the new crop
price chart, sultanas, Grade A, Type 9, standard, Turkey
price chart, sultanas, Grade A, type 10, Turkey
price chart, sultanas, organic, Grade A, type 9, standard, Turkey  

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Harvest dates
Next harvest dates for Grapes
Country
Start of harvest
Vietnam
4/1/20
Egypt
5/1/20
Ecuador
5/1/20
Morocco
5/1/20
Uzbekistan
5/1/20
Tunisia
6/1/20
Turkey
7/1/20
Afghanistan
7/15/20
Iran
7/20/20
France
8/1/20
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Crop sizes

Crop sizes for Grapes
Country
Year
Crop size
China
2019
10,800,000 mt
Italy
2019
8,092,359 mt
USA
2019
7,500,000 mt
France
2019
6,000,000 mt
Spain
2019
5,678,600 mt
Turkey
2019
4,100,000 mt
India
2019
3,000,000 mt
Uzbekistan
2019
1,626,000 mt
Brazil
2019
1,445,705 mt
Chile
2019
809,000 mt
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