Chickpeas: demand picks up in Canada

December 19, 2022 at 11:10 AM, Der AUDITOR
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NEW DELHI/OTTAWA. While supply shortages are dominating the trade in India, the hoped-for increase in demand has finally taken place in Canada.

Prices in India continue to rise

The massive shortage of goods in Indian warehouses ensures that chickpea prices continue to rise steadily. The fact that hardly any chickpeas are being imported at the moment is adding to the situation. For the time being, it is unlikely that the situation will be changing soon; sowing for the new crop begins in January and there is already a great demand for high-quality goods. If growers and processors manage to produce this high quality, there is nothing to stop the market from picking up after the new crop arrives. However, this

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