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Sultanas: rain damage causes price differences

September 13, 2022 at 12:32 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Turkey's grape harvest is almost complete and the drying process is still in full swing. Unfortunately, however, the weather is not playing along as market players had expected.

It remains humid

In the past three weeks, and thus virtually since the beginning of the drying period, there have been repeated heavy rainfalls. This delays the drying process, and in addition to a lower quality, quantitative losses cannot be ruled out. This week, too, two hot days are to be followed by cooler temperatures and rainfall.

TMO is preferred

Due to the situation in the vineyards, market players reckon that the offers for varieties affected by the rain and those that were not affected will differ in price. Meanwh

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