Date: 8th December 2022

Pecans: Growers remain resolute

Mundus Agri: ATLANTA. With buyers willing to pay low prices and farmers reluctant to accept them, trade in the US pecan market has come to a near standstill. High demand and the prospect of a smaller crop are adding to the pressure. Crop could be significantly smaller As Pecan Report points out, growers have largely […]

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Date: 7th December 2022

Sultanas: TMO to hold on to supplies

Mundus Agri: Although the TMO is expected to continue to buy sultanas and raisins, this does not automatically mean that these stocks will immediately become available again next year. Especially since the state-run organization will have to sell the remaining supplies from last year's crop first. With exports performing well and the TMO actively buying […]

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Date: 7th December 2022

Dried figs: supplies are running low

Mundus Agri. In Turkey, exporters are still busy processing their orders. Even though exports are slightly behind last year's result, supply is likely to become tight after the turn of the year. Good quality is rare. As usual, the Turkish dried fig traders are busy getting their shipments for this calendar year on the way […]

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Date: 7th December 2022

Peanuts: trade faces hurdles

Mundus Agri. Last week, several factors came together to dampen trade in the Indian peanut market. In the US, the USDA is still sticking to its high crop estimates.    Elections bring trade to a standstill. After recent price increases, the peanut market saw slight declines again last week. Elections were held in the Indian […]

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Date: 7th December 2022

Almonds: heated debates on water

Mundus Agri: Water, or rather the lack of it, continues to be a matter of heated debate in California. On Thursday, the Department of Water Resources announced an initial allocation of merely 5% of requested supplies for 2023. However, drought, high production costs, and low commodity prices affect not only almond farmers in California but […]

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Date: 6th December 2022

Turkish Apricot Update 06/12/2022

Strong November Shipments; Exports in November were 9,181 tons compared to 8,795 tons last year Exports year to date are 31,892 tons compared to 37,470 tons last year  Exports in November were ahead of expectations, increasing 4% despite significantly higher prices than in November 2021.    Whereas retailers have mainly booked through summer 2023, packers […]

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Date: 1st December 2022

Prune Market Overview 2022

What has happened in the prunes markets - and what you should expect in the upcoming seasons In November 2022, International Prune Association held a conference about what has been going in the prune industry. As for the last decades, the prune industry has been struggling with over-supply. Looking at history, between 1994-2013 the global […]

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Date: 1st December 2022

Dried figs: price corrections after the turn of the year

AYDIN. Shortly before the turn of the year, prices for Turkish dried figs are holding their level. However, this could change soon. Exports are at a similar level as last year. Exports similar to last year The Turkish dried fig market is relatively relaxed. Exports are proceeding at a similar pace to last year, with […]

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Date: 28th November 2022

Pecans: let the games begin

Mundus Agri. As every year at this time, buyers try to drive down prices in the US pecan market. Experienced growers already know this game and do not get involved, while the new market players sometimes act less prudently. Familiar dynamics As usual, at this time of year, when the harvest is nearing completion, prices […]

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