Dried Fruit

Sultanas: TMO to purchase more than intended

September 22, 2020 9:16 AM, Der AUDITOR
Play report as audio

MANISA. The TMO initially intended to buy a total of 50,000 mt of sultanas in Turkey this season. Now the chairman of the state-run organisation has stated that this volume may well be exceeded.

TMO to continue to buy until the end of the year

According to the TMO Chairman, 10,000 mt of sultanas have been purchased and paid for so far. Additional purchases of 40,000 mt are to follow. Growers will be able to sell to the TMO until 31 December. He also stated that volumes will not necessarily be capped at 50,000 mt. The dried fruit purchases made by the organisation this season so far have not been assessed yet and the TMO will try to generate the highest possible added value for the domestic and overseas markets. Tariş will also continue to buy on behal

View related articles

Go to the News Overview
Dried Fruit
Jan 19, 2022
MANISA/CAPE TOWN. In Turkey, farmers continue pruning vines despite the adverse weather conditions. Meanwhile, in South Africa, sultana production is starting and the outlook is for a significant increase in yields compared to last year.
Dried Fruit
Jan 18, 2022
TEHRAN. A quarter of this year's Iranian date production is to be exported; this is expected to generate high foreign exchange earnings. However, exporters are confronted with demanding standards.
Dried Fruit
Jan 18, 2022
AYDIN. In the Turkish dried fruit market, the supply of export quality goods is visibly shrinking, but demand is also weakening. Exporters focus on processing current contracts while prices maintain their upward trend.
Dried Fruit
Jan 18, 2022
MALATYA. Export prices have fallen slightly compared to last week, but as the new crop is not available for another eight months, market players fear that new record highs could be reached in the course of the year. South African goods only pose competition in terms of price.