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Sultanas: price trend could continue until May

February 27, 2024 at 4:43 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. There is currently no sign of price declines for Turkish sultanas. Market players are waiting for action from the TMO, which should still own several thousand tonnes of raw materials.

Weather risks are being assessed

Both commodity and export prices for Turkish sultanas have risen again this week. Market players expect this trend to continue for a few more weeks - the biggest risk should be over by May, when frost, hail and precipitation no longer pose a significant threat to this year's crop.

Due to the decline in production, stocks will run out faster than usual and carry-over stocks are not expected. Although the TMO is said to still have around 10,000 mt of raw materials, the state organisation is currently making no attempt to retur

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