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Sultanas: TMO to sell supplies

February 1, 2022 at 12:18 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Despite the lack of demand on the spot market, sultana exports from Turkey are going well and are now well above last year's level. Meanwhile, rumours are circulating in the market that the TMO wants to start selling its stocks in February.

Exports significantly above last year

After the frosty and snowy weather last week, temperatures in western Turkey are now much milder again, while persistent snowfall in other regions such as Malatya continues to cause chaos. Interest in spot buying is still subdued in the Turkish sultana market. Market players also fear that the container shortage will accompany the market for a while. Nevertheless, sultana exports have been going very well for several weeks in a row. Last week, 4,120 mt of sultanas and raisins were shipped overseas, compared t

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