South African Pecan Nuts Market Report, August 2022

The South African pecan crop is harvested between June to august each year. It is during July when the majority of the crop arrives. Pecans are produced throughout South Africa, preferring regions with a very hot summer and a very cold winter and a plentiful supply of water. The majority of pecans produce at the […]

Published: 9th August 2022

Mundus-Agri: Peanuts: slump in US exports

NEW DELHI/ATLANTA. Farmers are switching to more attractive alternatives such as cotton or soy in India and in the United States. China's peanut production will only rise nominally in 2022/2023, and US suppliers are having a hard time competing with India.   Extortionate freight charges According to the International Nut and Dried Fruit Council (INC), […]

Published: 9th August 2022

Mundus-Agri. The market expects production to range 20% higher than last year.

  Fresh fig exports underway. While last year's production was hit by drought, prospects are much better this year. Rains in winter and spring may even drive up yields by 15-20%, and fresh fig exports are already in full swing. Buharkent district is the production hub for fresh figs as annual production ranges at 25,000-30,000 […]

Published: 8th August 2022

Hazelnuts, Market Update 01.08.2022

Turkish grain board (TMO) announced their purchase prices of in-shell hazelnuts based on 50% yield for crop 2022/2023. When it is considered together with the support payments (area–based, diesel and fertilizer) to be given by the ministry to the producers, the average price will be TL 54/kg. as in previous years, the goods with better […]

Published: 1st August 2022

Seeds Market Outlook, 29.07.2022

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Published: 29th July 2022

Sayer Dates Crop Report July 2022

Reports from the dates region indicate that farmers can expect to have a good crop in terms of both factors of volume and quality in comparison with the harvest of 2021. The exact condition will be known by the end of Aug. due to the importance of irrigation in the last months as any water […]

Published: 29th July 2022

UK's largest container port set to come to a 'standstill' due to strikes after Unite backs action

A union has revealed plans for a strike next month that it says will bring operations at the UK's largest container port to a "standstill". Unite made the threat while revealing the results of a ballot among its members at Felixstowe, ultimately employed by international ports operator CK Hutchison. The union said workers backed industrial […]

Published: 28th July 2022

Mixed Peel market report, July 2022

The orange harvest decreased from 35% to 40% in Italy due to the unfavourable weather conditions that negatively affected the orange groves during the flowering and fruit swelling phases. From a qualitative point of view, the product is excellent, and the offer is also satisfactory in size. Even in EU countries, the harvest was not […]

Published: 28th July 2022

Brazil nuts: global production to increase by 18%

Mundus-Agri: REUS/SUCRE. Due to the expected larger crops in the most important growing countries, Bolivia and Peru, the INC expects a noticeable increase in global production in 2022/23. The outlook for Brazil, however, is less rosy.   Significantly larger crop in Bolivia After the Brazil nut crop in Bolivia, the most important producing country, was […]

Published: 27th July 2022

GPC: The food security situation in Russia & Belarus: self-sufficiency, logistical headaches and economic instability

  Sanctions on Russia and Belarus are causing further pressure on an already problematic global food and logistics environment. The story of an exacerbated food insecurity situation resulting from the war has been covered extensively, both in this publication and elsewhere. But what is the situation in Russia and Belarus in terms of access to […]

Published: 26th July 2022