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Sultanas: Turkey loses market shares in EU

April 27, 2021 9:50 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Sultana exports are slow in Turkey this season. South Africa has also gained market shares in the EU. A notable shift in sport market demand has also taken place in Europe.

No interest in TMO supplies

Exports remain slow as Turkey only shipped as little as 3,487 mt of seedless dried raisin overseas last week. Export ranged at a much higher 4,226 mt in the same week last year. Total exports range at 149,596 mt this season so far, nearly 30,000 mt less than last year. Exports are also not expected to revive anytime soon. Suppliers are only slowly processing existing contracts and demand was too subdued for trading to take place at the Izmir Commodity Exchange last week. Interest is also lacking for TMO supplies. Raw material prices are s

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