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Sultanas: further delays

September 20, 2022 at 11:04 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Producers are queuing to sell their sultanas to the TMO. The state run organisation has promised to accept all volumes offered, as long as quality requirements are met. Cold temperatures and frequent rain showers continue to delay drying.

TMO promises to buy

The TMO's purchasing bids are much more attractive than market prices this year. As producers are eager to sell the organisation has increased daily purchase volumes from 1,000 mt to 2,000 mt and appointments have already been made for 82,000 mt since 7 September. The purchasing bid over TRY 27/kg has found such high acceptance that the TMO needs to open further local offices to be able to meet arranged delivery dates.

After some producers complained about long waiting times the TMO was also quick to assure that volumes received at later

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