India leads and shelled nuts do not rise

Updated Oct 2, 2023
As of August 31, 110,414 tons of walnuts (eq. walnut in shell) have been shipped, 12% more than the previous year on the same date. Shelled walnuts continue to lead shipments, with 78,064 tons shipped, an increase of 22% compared to the same date in 2022. For their part, shelled walnuts show a drop of 6% compared to the previous year, reaching 15,043 tons shipped, a situation that worries and becomes one of the challenges to be reversed for our industry. Regarding markets, India leads the ranking by a wide margin, reaching 37,336 tons versus 18,085 tons sent to this country in 2022. Second place is occupied by Turkey with 20,129 tons and in third place is Italy with 10,074 tons. Further back in the ranking we can see Spain, Morocco and Germany, the first being the only one that shows better performance compared to previous seasons, progressively increasing its volumes with 9,643 tons shipped to date. This increase in walnut shipments is largely due to ...
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