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Raisins from many origins now much higher-priced

South African raisins are almost sold out, according to a new market report, with just a few containerloads of BRC-certified Thompson Medium Golden Choice available at USD3,150 per tonne, fca Rotterdam, and Midnight Bold Choice, priced lower at USD2,400/tonne.

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