Import Almond from Turkey
Almonds might be the world’s perfect snack. You may not have considered how almonds are propagated, cultivated, harvested, or processed when eating them in their “natural state” as almond butter, roasted and seasoned, almond and rice crackers, almond milk, almond, or any of the many different ways. They typically grow and thrive in Mediterranean climates. Their optimum growth region is one with dry, hot summers and plenty of sunlight. They benefit from a wet winter, although they are particularly vulnerable to frost. When it comes to global production, Turkey is the 6th in producing almonds. In 2020, the combined exports of shelled and in-shell almonds by country totaled US$6.54 billion. This amount indicates a 0.5 percent growth for all almond shippers over five-years beginning in 2018 when exported almonds were valued at $6.51 billion.