November 19, 2020 10:44 AM
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Pine nuts: prices continue to rise

BEIJING. The shortage of raw nuts as well as the Covid-19 situation are causing the prices for pine nuts to continue to rise; they increased by more than USD 2,000/mt in the course of this week. Market players do not see an imminent end to these difficulties.

 

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Harvest dates
Next harvest dates for Pine nut
Country
Start of harvest
Turkey
1/1/21
USA
8/1/21
Russia
8/1/21
Pakistan
9/1/21
Afghanistan
9/1/21
North Korea
9/1/21
China
9/1/21
Kazakhstan
9/1/21
Italy
10/1/21
Portugal
11/1/21
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Crop sizes

Crop sizes for Pine nut
Country
Year
Crop size
Russia
2018
21,150 mt
North Korea
2018
16,000 mt
China
2018
8,750 mt
Mongolia
2018
8,000 mt
Afghanistan
2018
6,000 mt
Pakistan
2018
6,000 mt
Italy
2018
5,760 mt
Portugal
2018
2,000 mt
Turkey
2018
1,500 mt
Mexico
2018
1,438 mt
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