Date: 27th September 2022

Chickpeas : Imports are not profitable

NEW DELHI/OTTAWA. Due to the government's decision to sell their goods at lower prices for social projects, Indian traders' confidence has suffered dramatically. Meanwhile, prices have risen slightly again. High freight costs prevent imports. Indian chickpeas continued their slight upward trend and were able to achieve price increases of about 10 USD/mt again this week. […]

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Date: 27th September 2022

Dried beans: new crop arrives

BEIJING. While the prices for red kidney beans have risen, the opposite is the case for black kidney and adzuki beans. Harvesting is in full swing in China and the new crop is arriving in the market. Black kidney beans sold out. Farmers in China have successfully sold nearly all their supplies of black kidney […]

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Date: 26th September 2022

Almonds: Australia's exports lag behind

Mundus-Agri:  Australia's almond exports in July fell short of the same month last year, but still achieved an above-average result. A new feature of the Almond Board of Australia's latest report is the addition of domestic shipments.   Australia includes domestic shipments. The Almond Board of Australia has recently added domestic demand to its monthly […]

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Date: 26th September 2022

Pound hits a record low against the dollar

BBC: The pound has fallen to a record low against the dollar as markets react to the UK's biggest tax cuts in 50 years. In early Asia trade, sterling fell close to $1.03 before regaining some ground to stand at about $1.06 on Monday morning, UK time. Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has promised more tax cuts on top […]

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Date: 23rd September 2022

Dried Mulberries: demand remains absent

Mundus-Agri: Since the beginning of August, the new mulberry crop is available in the Turkish market. However, demand is restrained, which also affects prices.   Prices come under pressure. The new season did not start as hoped in the Turkish mulberry market. According to market players, the hoped-for high demand has not materialized. The new […]

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Date: 23rd September 2022

SIAL Paris 2022, 15-19 October

There are only a few weeks left until the start of SIAL Paris. We sincerely welcome you to our booth, Hall 8, Stand F -145. Stop by and have a look of our wide variety of premium quality dried fruits, nuts, seeds, and pulses.

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Date: 21st September 2022

Hazelnuts, Market Update 21.09.2022

Till now, TMO is assumed to purchase 20.000 mt. The purchase performance is expected to speed up as the season started 15 days late. The total amount of contracted purchase quantity is 120.000 mt till the end of October. TMO has 44 purchasing points currently, and it is planned to increase to 55 or more […]

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Date: 20th September 2022

Peanuts: Sudan competes with India

Mundus-Agri: Due to high yields and the fact that Chinese buyers do not pay import duties on Sudanese goods, Indian traders see Sudan as their biggest competitor this season. In India, peanuts from the new crop are increasingly arriving on the markets, but are still disregarded by buyers.   Sudan at an advantage The Indian […]

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Date: 20th September 2022

Raisins: Price increases

Mundus-Agri:  As spraying costs have surged in recent months traders in Iran anticipate a threefold rise in the prices for grapes and raisins. Exporters are already having difficulties competing with Turkey.   Surge in production costs They, in fact, complain that Turkey deliberately keeps export prices low. While it has been possible for the industry […]

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