Walnuts: Germany increases imports from the USA by 184%

October 12, 2020 4:12 PM, Der AUDITOR
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SACRAMENTO. The US walnut season 2020/2021 started in September. According to California Walnuts...

... 13,029 mt of shelled and unshelled walnuts were delivered to domestic and foreign markets, which is 13% more than in September 2019. While the export volume increased by 23% to 4,565 mt, domestic demand increased by 8% to 8,465 mt.

Germany increased its imports by 184% to 650 mt year-on-year, Spain (+31% to 906 mt) and Italy (+68% to 569 mt) also imported significantly more than in the same month last year. Shipments to Europe more than doubled to 2,443 mt. At the same time Turkey reduced imports by almost 50% to 479 mt, shipments to China were not registered in S

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