Walnuts: Chile's new crop will be available in early March

February 17, 2021 9:54 AM, Der AUDITOR
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SANTIAGO. Market players state that the new Chilean crop should be available from the first week of March. The current season has seen a 6% decline in exports.

January exports increased noticeably

The export report recently published by Chilenut shows that Chile significantly increased its walnut exports in January 2021. A total of almost 2,160 mt of shelled and unshelled walnuts were shipped, compared to only 667 mt in January 2020, which is an increase of 208%. Overall, exports have fallen by 6% since the start of the season (21.03.2020) and amount to 96,212 mt. In terms of imports of Chilean inshell walnuts, Lithuania (+1,516% to 323 mt), the Netherlands (+790% to 285 mt) and Belgium (+203% to 554 mt) achi

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