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Sultanas: concerns remain

February 13, 2024 at 3:52 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Sultana prices, which are already high, continue to rise – and an end is not yet in sight. Turkish companies are using the BioFach fair to show their presence in the organic market.

Prices continue to rise

Spring-like temperatures in the Turkish growing regions are still a cause for concern for growers, as early flowering always brings risks, especially if there is another night frost in April. The forecast rainfall, however, should be good for the areas under cultivation.

Meanwhile, both commodity prices and export offers have risen compared to last week, but opinions are divided on the further development. Some market players reckon that prices will continue to rise in the coming weeks, while others believe this is not possible as pri

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