Bulgaria: Stone Fruit Annual

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Post forecasts that Bulgaria’s stone fruit crop in marketing year (MY) 2020 will increase by 5.6 percent. Cherry production is forecast higher due to increased area harvested and higher average yields. Peach production is forecast to remain flat due to inconsistent yields caused by variable weather conditions between growing regions. Following MY 2019’s record stone fruit consumption, MY 2020 consumption is forecast down due to COVID-19’s negative effects on consumer demand and the tourism sector, although demand from processors is projected upward. Cherry imports are likely to be lower in conjunction with the uptick in local production and higher stocks. Peach imports are projected to remain stable.

Bulgaria: Stone Fruit Annual

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