South African Crop Esitmate Committee reported a final crop estimate of 53.750 ton, little up from their last estimate at 52.000 ton. But most active players in the South African peanut industry seem to disagree with these numbers, and expect final crop to be closer to 40.000 tons. That is a huge loss compared to the initial crop expectations for this year at 85.000 tons. South Africa will have to start looking for suitable imports to fulfil the needs of the industry.
BREAKING NEWS SOUTH AFRICAOctober 1, 2018
SOUTH AFRICA: Final crop not sufficient for domestic demand. bullish ↑BREAKING NEWS SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa: Latest estimate shows 25 per cent reduction in crop. bullish ↑BREAKING NEWS SOUTH AFRICAN CROP DOWN 25 PERCENT
June 13, 2018
South Africa: Lower crop yield and quality outcome. bullish ↑BREAKING NEWS SOUTH AFRICA
August 2, 2018