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Brexit delay relieves pressure on dried fruit and nut buyers

The decision by the EU to extend the exit date for the UK to leave the EU until October 31 has brought some welcome relief to UK buyers and importers, as this may reduce the necessity to stockpile for the immediate future.

The ongoing situation is, however, far from clear so this may just extend the period of uncertainty until later in the year. The present position remains good for Easter sales of dried fruits, with no reports of shortages and relatively stable prices for both dried vine and tree fruits.

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