Exporters have started working again. The temperatures in Manisa are still cool at night. Meanwhile, growers started collecting fresh vineyard leaves from the World famous Sultani vineyards in its plain, which are bought from 12 TL /kg. Women especially do leaf collection works to provide income for their families.
The raw material prices at the Commodity Exchange in Izmir are as last week. Exporters offer still at 1450-1500 Usd/mt on FOB Izmir basis for type nr.9 and at 2000-2100 Usd/mt on FOB Izmir basis for organic type nr.9.
Market players informed that rumors started already concerning the new Season and whether TMO will buy raisins, the price, and whether there will be a carryover from this Season. It is also spoken that the carryover may be around 50 thousand mt and that new crop can be expected as many as this year again.
The nuts and dried fruit industry meets at INC
INC will be held in Dubai on May 1113 for the 39th time this year. To INC will this year attend the INC Ambassador of Turkey Ahmet Bilge Göksan, INC Board of Trustees Member Osman Öz, Aegean Dried Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association President Mehmet Ali Işık, Aegean Dried Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association Board Member Birol Celep, Aegean Dried Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association Board Member Gürcan Şen, Aegean Exporters’ Association (EİB) Agriculture Branch 1 Manager Ece Tırkaz.
This year, the INC Congress will bring together more than 1,100 leading leaders of Dubai’s dried and nuts industry for three days from 60 different countries. The products under the umbrella of INC are almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, walnuts, pine nuts, pistachios, walnuts, peanuts, dates, dried apricots, dried cranberries, dried figs, prunes, raisins, seedless raisins, The latest statistics on yield forecasts, supply, demand and trade of products from the entire dry and nut industry such as currants will be discussed.
Today, the Turkish Lira noted the Usd/TL rate at 15.08 TL (14.81 last week) and Euro/TL rate at 15.92 TL levels (15.81 last week).
Turkey’s total exports range at 174.441 mt until 7 May 2022, which was 159.647 mt the previous year during the same period. Turkey exported only 1.793 mt sultana raisins last week due to the Ramadan Holiday, being 4.965 mt during the same week of the previous Season
|Sultana Raisins, Turkey, crop 2021|
|Type 8, Std. Grade A||1,45|
|Type 9, Std. Grade A||1,45-1,50|
|Type 10, Std.Grade A||1,65|
|Type nr .9 Organic, Std. Grade A||2,10|
|Seedless dried raisins exports on mt basis|
|From the beginning of the season|
Source: Trade, etc.