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Senegalese Peanut Production Is Expected To Decrease By 7% in 2021-2022

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Senegalese media "Daily" reported on December 10

The Ministry of Agriculture of Serbia predicts that due to climatic reasons, Senegalese peanut production will drop by 7% year-on-year in 2021-2022, and the output will fall to 1.6 million tons. Officials will purchase 35%-50% of shelled peanuts, that is, 600-800,000 tons. The official reserve price is set at 250 West African francs (approximately 2.7 yuan) per kilogram, which is significantly lower than the market price.


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