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PROCESSING firms in Armenia have so far this year purchased 23 800 tonnes of vegetables, of which 21 500 tonnes is tomatoes, and 5 700 tonnes is fruit, of which 2 450 tonnes are apricots, the country’s deputy agriculture minister has revealed. Robert Makaryan added that according to forecasts from processing companies, this year the demand for vegetable and fruit will be 68 700 tonnes, including 57 700 tonne of tomatoes, and 21 000 tonnes of fruit, including 4 400 tonnes of apples, 4 100 tonnes of peaches, 5 500 tonnes of apricots and 1 500 tonnes of grapes.


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