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Hazelnuts: 2020 hard facts and figures

The most important data provided in a clearly structured Excel file containing production volumes, import and export data and price observations.

 

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-Global production data for individual top producing countries (2016/2017-2020/2021)
-Import and export data for Germany (2017-2019)
-2006-2020 weekly price observations for hazelnuts kernels, natural, 11/13 mm (>740 prices)
-2006-2020 weekly price observations for hazelnut meal, natural (>740 prices)
-2006-2020 weekly price observations for hazelnut kernels, diced, blanched (>740 prices)
-2006-2020 weekly price observations for hazelnut paste, medium (>740 prices)

 

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Hazelnuts: late frost damage in Ordu
ORDU. During the counting for the new crop, some anomalies were found in the Ordu region. In addition, a purchase bid by the TMO could be announced soon.
5/18/21
Cashews: encouraging export figures
HANOI. Vietnamese producers can be pleased about high demand and very good exports. However, there are considerable differences in prices.
5/17/21
Pecans: exports to Asia increase by 70%
ATLANTA. Both domestic and export demand in the US have increased significantly compared to the previous season. For most a reason to rejoice - only the farmers are not that happy yet.
5/17/21
Almonds: NASS forecast called into question
MADRID/SACRAMENTO. Last week's subjective estimate issued by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) came with a bang. Although market experts reckon that another production record is out of the question in California this year as the almond trees need time to recover from last year's record of 3.12 billion pounds, the initial subjective forecast rather predicts another bumper crop of 3.20 billion pounds. This would be the third year in a row that production hits a record in California and begs the question how realistic such expectations are. Traders in Europe have, meanwhile, been deliberating over the impact of the pandemic over the last few months. Now the import data recently updated by the European Commission shows a clear trend in terms of demand.
5/17/21
Pistachios: night frost causes high damage
TEHRAN. After the severe night frosts in April, Iranian farmers have now been able to provide initial damage estimates - and the weather continues to keep producers on their toes.
5/14/21
Almonds: April exports up 74%
MADRID/SACRAMENTO. The first official crop estimates for the 2021 almond crop are imminent, and at the same time the US almond market continues to record very good export figures in April.
5/12/21
Desiccated coconuts: situation remains tense
MANILA. The factories in the Philippines are working at full speed, but massive delivery delays still cannot be avoided. The outlook for the rest of the year is also anything but promising.
5/12/21
Cashews: Vietnam's producers in trouble
HANOI. Both the import of RCN and the export of processed kernels are currently causing concern for market players in Vietnam. On the European spot market, this is not yet noticeable in terms of prices.
5/11/21
Peanuts: all eyes are on Argentina
ATLANTA/SANTIAGO. The USA is not only experiencing smaller acreage this season, but is also struggling with high freight rates and EU import tariffs. The harvest in Argentina is delayed, but the crop is of high quality.
5/10/21
Hazelnuts: the tide is turning
ORDU. Hazelnuts have certainly defied the trend. While the prices for many agricultural commodities have surged in recent weeks, buyers in the hazelnut market have rather profited from attractive prices. With attention shifting more and more towards the new crop, however, the tide is starting to turn. Issue is that prospects appear to be far from encouraging in other producing countries such as Azerbaijan or Georgia. Suppliers in Turkey, in other words, have no need to panic. Trading will, however, be very much subdued this week.
5/10/21
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Harvest dates
Next harvest dates for Hazelnuts
Country
Start of harvest
Italy
7/1/21
Spain
7/1/21
Georgia
7/15/21
France
8/1/21
Bulgaria
8/15/21
Iran
8/15/21
Poland
8/15/21
Azerbaijan
9/1/21
USA
9/1/21
China
9/1/21
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Crop sizes

Crop sizes for Hazelnuts
Country
Year
Crop size
Turkey
2019
776,046 mt
Italy
2019
98,525 mt
USA
2019
49,000 mt
Azerbaijan
2019
42,000 mt
Chile
2019
35,000 mt
Iran
2019
25,000 mt
Georgia
2019
24,000 mt
France
2019
17,490 mt
Spain
2019
12,360 mt
China
2019
12,000 mt
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