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Sultanas: frost damage remains unclear

April 18, 2023 at 12:42 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA/BEIJING. The frost damage in Turkey and Iran is still not clear, and when the TMO will continue its raw material sales is also still uncertain. Chinese sultanas seem to be an alternative for many buyers.

Further delays

The local authorities have still not completed the damage evaluation after the frost in the sultana growing regions in Manisa. Cool temperatures and rainy weather are delaying the development of the vines, so possible losses are not yet clear. In the coming days, it is finally supposed to get warmer again, but precipitation remains the order of the day.

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