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Sultanas: TMO to buy at least 140,000 mt

October 25, 2022 at 3:15 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Turkey's weekly exports are quite respectable. However, long-term contracts are not interesting for many buyers. At the same time, the attractive TMO prices ensure that growers continue to prefer selling their sultanas there.

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The interest of Turkish sultana producers to sell their goods to the TMO is not decreasing. According to the state organisation, 16,000 delivery dates have already been set just for the delivery of sultanas. About 140,000 mt were announced. Although market prices have meanwhile stabilised at TRY 20/kg, the TMO's offers of around TRY 25.50/kg are still much more attractive for growers. The TMO will continue to accept sultana deliveries until the end of December 2022.

According to market players, around 350,000 mt of sultanas and raisins may

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