The feast season in India is turning out to be less spicy
- India’s erratic weather conditions have been a setback for
spice industryeven during the festive season.
- Several states have witnessed sluggish demand across spices specially
- Spot turmeric prices are quoting lower day after day at the major Erode market
Several states have witnessed sluggish demand across spices specially turmeric, says a report by SMC Capital.
Sluggish demand day by day
Even as vegetable prices are going up, this festive season, the prices for spices like turmeric, jeera (cumin), dhania (
"Spot turmeric prices are quoting lower day after day at the major Erode market (in Chennai) amid sluggish demand. According to traders, demand is weak due to the ongoing rains in many states," the report says.
Finger turmeric was sold at ₹5,669-7,809 a quintal. The root variety was sold at ₹5,251-6,465 a quintal at the Erode Turmeric Merchants Association Sales yard.
Same is the case with
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