Exports of Turkish sultanas and raisins have reached 77,635 tonnes from September 1-December 1, slightly down on the 83,311 tonnes shipped in the same period last year, and reflecting the slight increase in prices for the 2017 crop.
Prices of Turkish sultanas remain broadly unchanged over the past week at between USD1,450-1,550 pmt fob Izmir for specially cleaned standard No.9 sultanas. These continue to be good value when compared with the present high prices of raisi...
Dried fruit sector where Turkey is the world leader in export, aims to export 1 billion 350 million dollars in 2017.
Climate is going quite well. Frost or extreme rain has not occurred, we can find out from crop expectation of apricots.