Prices for most assessed Chile-origin inshell items rose in the global walnut market during the week ending Thursday as sellers there leveraged continued demand from India to improve their sold positions in active trade.
Month: June 2023
Assessed prices showed marginal gains and losses in the global almond market during the week ending on Tuesday as new crop trade activity increased.
Chile-origin inshell prices firmed to new highs in the global walnut market during the week to Thursday as Indian buyers received their first shipments of the crop year and bought additional containers.
Walnut shipments from Chile rose to a ten-month high in May as the country’s sold position improved to 67%, according to a new report.
Prices for most assessed items strengthened in the global almond market during the week ending on Tuesday as the USDA sought offers for 30.6 million lbs of natural and roasted almonds.
California walnut handlers recorded their highest-ever shipments in May, driven by strong kernel deliveries boosted by the recent USDA tender and a downward adjustment to the official shell-out rate.
Prices of high half-count U.S. kernel items firmed in the global walnut market during the week to Thursday due to growing scarcity of export-grade light material as the latest shipment report from California showed good news for sellers.
California’s latest position report revealed the state’s lowest monthly shipments since September and the lowest new monthly sales this crop year. But perhaps the most striking number from the report was new crop commitments.
Prices for all assessed current and new crop items fell in the global almond market during the week ending on Tuesday after the latest California position report showed a decline in shipments and new sales.
U.S.-origin prices drifted in the global walnut market during the week to Thursday in limited trade as initial new crop offers surfaced at 15 to 19 cent premiums to assessed current crop prices.