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Sterling's rise encourages UK dried fruit buyers

The harvest of this year’s crop of Turkish sultanas and raisins has now been completed successfully with no serious reported issues. This is good news for the Turkish dried fruit industry as, apart from there being a larger 2016 crop than had been estimated at 343,000 tonnes, this year’s crop is also large: 310,000 tonnes.

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