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Sultanas: exporters highly concerned

February 2, 2021 at 11:13 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Players in the raisin market are keeping a close eye on the weather in Turkey. Temperatures fluctuate heavily every week and there was...

...plenty of rain and even snow in the past two weeks. Rain has been forecast for the next few days after which temperatures are expected to rise to 20C. In how far this will have an impact on the vineyards remains uncertain.

 

Export demand leaves much to be desired

Turkey has shipped 105,936 mt of seedless dried raisins overseas this season so far, which is down in the 121,260 mt already shipped in the same period last year. Last week's exports ranged at 2,760 mt, which is far less than the 3,258 mt shipped in the same week last year. However,

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