73.8 million dollars worth of peanut exports from Turkey

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Published Apr 8, 2024

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In the first quarter of 2023, Turkey's peanut exports saw a remarkable increase, tripling in value to $73 million 790 thousand from $24 million 250 thousand in the same period the previous year. The country exported peanuts to 96 countries, with Italy, Germany, and Iraq being the top destinations. This surge in exports was celebrated by İsa Kızıldemir, the Şanlıurfa Commodity Exchange Council President, who highlighted the economic significance of peanuts, dubbed 'green gold' in the main cultivation areas of Şanlıurfa and Gaziantep. Kızıldemir also expressed optimism for future export growth following the upcoming harvest season.
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In 2023, peanuts worth 151 million 568 thousand dollars were exported to 96 countries. While 24 million 250 thousand dollars of income was obtained from peanut exports in the January-March period of last year, this figure increased to 73 million 790 thousand dollars in the same period of this year. Italy is one of the countries to which Turkey exports the most peanuts. Turkey, which exported peanuts to 69 countries in the first 3 months of this year, sold 12 million 145 thousand dollars worth of peanuts to Italy in the first quarter of this year. In peanut exports, Italy was followed by Germany with 11 million 835 thousand dollars and Iraq with 9 million 116 thousand dollars. EXPORT FIGURES ARE HAPPY Şanlıurfa Commodity Exchange Council President İsa Kızıldemir said that the great increase in peanut exports in the first period of the year was pleasing. Stating that peanuts are described as "green gold" by the farmers in Şanlıurfa and Gaziantep, the cities where they are grown the ...
Source: Haber7
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