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UK demand for vine fruits remains limited

Despite the cool August temperatures in the UK, the Mediterranean continues to bask in very hot weather which can be a concern if vines are not well irrigated. The harvest of Turkish sultanas and raisins should commence in 7-10 day, with the of Greek currants harvest taking place later this month.

UK traders report a quiet trading week, with most major buyers either on leave or awaiting developments from the northern hemisphere producing countries. 

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