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World nut production could be reduced by 8%

Updated Nov 25, 2021
With the harvest in the northern hemisphere already completed, the world production of nuts in the 2021/22 season is forecast at around 5 Mt, which is 8% less than the previous season, but above the volumes of the last season. decade. Between 2011/12 and 2021/22, the production of nuts grew by 54%, according to data from the international sector of dried fruits and fruits INC. Despite COVID-19, overall demand remained strong in the 2020/21 marketing year, with increases in most nut exports compared to the previous season. In 2021/22, logistics and shipping disruptions are creating some delays and there could be short-term supply shortages. By fruits, the forecasts are as follows: In almonds, a lower production is expected, following the trend that began a year earlier, as a result of the reduction in the US. In pistachio, lower figures are also expected due to lower harvests in the main producing countries (USA, Iran and Turkey). Less nut production is also being considered, as ...
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