Pulses

Chickpeas: demand is unabated

July 10, 2023 at 3:02 PM , Der AUDITOR
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NEW DELHI/OTTAWA. Buying interest for Indian chickpeas remains strong despite high prices and market experts believe that no price reductions are in sight for the time being. In Canada, estimates for this year's season vary.

Prices rise in India

Meanwhile, the shortage of produce on the markets is also clearly reflected in Indian chickpea prices, which have climbed by USD 25/mt compared to last week. Despite the increase in production, the low availability has been noticeable throughout the season, so that traders have been able to book relatively high profits. Demand is particularly strong from the international side and exporters have their hands full to fill their orders. According to market experts, it is also this large volume of exports that is leading to the shortage of Kabuli ch

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