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Published: 2nd 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 […]

Published: 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 […]

Published: 1st December 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 […]

Published: 28th November 2022

California Prune Board welcomes 0% tariff announcement on import of prunes

The California Prune Board (CPB) has welcomed the UK Government’s decision to suspend the UK import tariff on dried prunes (commodity code: 08132000). Effective from 1 January 2023, the suspension sees the removal of the 8% tariff until at least 31 December 2024. This follows an application led by the CPB through the Nut & […]

Published: 24th November 2022

Cranberries, The harvest is at our doorstep

The latest harvest estimates suggest slightly better results than last year, but we are far from an excellent harvest. The current harvest will stabilize the inventory situation with no surplus. The market is still suffering the consequences of the last harvest. The combination of poorer-than-expected, but not catastrophic, weather and the low inventories of the […]

Published: 24th November 2022

The unexpected yields of the 2022 wild blueberry harvest

IBO experts estimated the area planted with blueberries in Ukraine at 5 300 ha in 2021. Above Ukraine is Mexico, which had 9 100 ha. Poland, which is the 6th, has 11 000 ha planted with blueberries. Notably, China which is a net importer of blueberries tops the ranking. The area planted with blueberries there […]

Published: 24th November 2022

Sultanas: exports fall short of expectations

Mundus Agri. While the 62nd International Dried Grape Conference held online on 3 November showed that global sultana and raisin production will decline by 4.5% in the Northern Hemisphere and by 3.5% in the Southern Hemisphere, exporters in Turkey are working at full capacity to complete their orders before Christmas. Shipments are, however, falling short […]

Published: 24th November 2022

Almonds: exports could be much worse

Mundus Agri. Spain’s almond exports showed another dent in September but are still surprisingly good considering that production has declined sharply. The modest decline in exports According to the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade Spain exported as little as 15,363 mt of almonds in September, which is 4% down on the 16,046 mt recorded […]

Published: 23rd November 2022

Chickpeas: supply squeeze to turn worse

Mundus Agri. Chickpeas supplies are tight, and with sowing about to start in India, the situation is getting worse. Tight supplies The acute shortage of chickpeas and the reliance of the market on costly imports are driving up prices. Traders, however, reckon that things will turn worse as there are still four months before the […]

Published: 22nd November 2022