MEX ORGANIC Runner 40/50– USD 2.800,00Shipment June 2024 / per MT / C&F RDAM

CHI Organic hsuji 40/50 – USD 2.650,00Shipment November 2024 / per MT / C&F RDAM

ARG Runner 38/42 BL – USD 1.900,00Shipment July 2024 / per MT / C&F RDAM

ARG Runner BL splits – USD 1.775,00 Shipment August 2024 / per MT / C&F RDAM

ARG Runner 40/50 – USD 1.700,00Shipment July 2024 / per MT / C&F RDAM

USA jumbo runner 38/42 – USD 1.975,00Shipment May 2024 / per MT / CIF RDAM

USA JBO Runner blanched – USD 2.375,00Shipment August 2024 / per MT / CIF RDAM

Egypt NC white 9/11 – EUR 1.800,00Shipment April 2024 / per MT / C&F RDAM

Birdfeed any origin 60/70 – EUR 1.300,00 Shipment June 2024 / per MT / C&F RDAM


Until fairly recently, the total South African peanut industry was controlled by the RSA Peanut PlantOilseeds Board. Due to food shortages after the 2nd World War, the South African Government launched a campaign to stimulate the production of Groundnuts. The state provided farmers with loans under "interesting conditions". This enabled farmers to purchase seeds and to plant a crop, which in turn they would be able to sell again at guaranteed prices. This single marketing system thus ensured complete control by the RSA Oilseeds Board. 


Argentina has an abundance of land suitable for production of peanuts, with a high soil fertility that generally requires no fertilizers to produce large and good crops. Most of the peanut planting and production however, is concentrated in the areas: Province of Cordoba and General Deheza, jointly forming the Argentine peanut belt. Besides peanuts, most of the Argentine farmers also have the possibility to grow Corn and Soybeans. Argentina usually plants its peanut crop around October.

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