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Canadian dollar value to U.S. dollar has been climbing for awhile. I think it's highest in over 2 years now. I wonder how long to it effects real pricing in our industry. I understand every LITTLE change in the exchange won't change prices but has this rally been enough yet? Has anyone heard of bulk prices climbing yet in U.S.?
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Old July 26th, 2017, 07:52 AM
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I've been watching the same trend. 80 cents now and I believe the low was 74 cents. I would like to think that it will start to move prices in a positive direction. The problem will be the amount of syrup that US buyers have on hand. I'm afraid that will be the "excuse" to hold prices down.
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Originally Posted by Karl Evans View Post
Has anyone heard of bulk prices climbing yet in U.S.?
Still $2.60- $2.75 lb here.
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