Sour cherry growers agree on prices

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Hungarian sour cherry growers were able to reach an agreement with processors, setting the purchase price at HUF 100 per kilogram, Mihály Szamfira, the head of the Hungarian Cherry Growers Association, told Hungarian daily Magyar Hírlap today.

Szamfira told the paper that last week’s offer by processors of HUF 55 per kilogram led to protests. He said that growers will “break even” on the HUF 100 per kilogram price, as they had aimed for a price of HUF 140-180 per kilogram.

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