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Sultanas: Germany increases imports from Turkey by almost 20%

February 22, 2022 at 3:36 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. The TMO has started selling its raw material stocks from the old crop, hoping for sufficient buying interest. Meanwhile, exports from Turkey continue at a high pace.

TMO starts selling raw materials

The TMO has started selling its sultana supplies. For the time being, however, this only concerns the raw materials from the 2020 crop. Sultanas, type 9 are being sold for TRY 15.50/kg. If there is sufficient buying interest, further positions from the 2021 crop are to follow.

According to market players, however, the market is still rather quiet, with only a slight upturn in demand. Exports from current contracts, however, continue at a high pace. Last week, 5,244 mt of sultanas and raisins were

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