Global walnut exports are expected to increase

Raw Walnut
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 2, 2023

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Global walnut production for 2023/24 is projected to be similar to the previous year, but exports are expected to increase by 6%. China, the largest producer, is estimated to produce around 1.4 million tonnes, while the United States and Chile are forecasted to produce 689,000 and 198,000 tonnes respectively. Global exports are expected to reach 1 million tonnes, with Chinese and US exports increasing by 3% and 15% respectively, and the EU importing around 300,000 tonnes to meet demand.
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Original content

According to a report published by the USDA, the global production of in-shell walnuts for 2023/24 is estimated at 2.7 million tonnes, a higher volume than the previous year . China, the world's largest producer, is expected to record a production volume of around 1.4 million tonnes, comparable to that of 2022/23. The United States should reach 689,000 tons (+1%), Chile at 198,000 (+3%), the EU at 150,000 tons (-8%). Global exports should be around 1 million tonnes (+6% compared to 2022/23). ...
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