March 29, 2021 4:15 PM
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Peanuts: China remains top producer

BEIJING. The INC's current crop estimates leave no doubt that no other country can hold a candle to China in terms of peanut production. Nevertheless, other producing countries have also increased their acreages.

 
 
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- a short market update
- the latest prices
- the latest crop estimates
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price chart peanuts, with skin, 50/60, Java, India
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Harvest dates
Next harvest dates for Peanuts
Country
Start of harvest
Equatorial Guinea
6/15/21
Tunisia
6/22/21
Angola
7/1/21
Zambia
7/1/21
Algeria
7/1/21
Bolivia
7/1/21
Syrian Arab Republic
8/1/21
Egypt
9/1/21
Myanmar
9/1/21
Nigeria
9/1/21
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Crop sizes

Crop sizes for Peanuts
Country
Year
Crop size
China
2019
17,500,000 mt
India
2019
6,200,000 mt
Nigeria
2019
3,500,000 mt
USA
2019
2,490,000 mt
Sudan
2019
1,800,000 mt
Myanmar
2019
1,380,000 mt
Argentina
2019
1,337,229 mt
Tanzania
2019
1,100,000 mt
Senegal
2019
900,000 mt
Chad
2019
850,000 mt
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