Chickpeas: high prices and satisfied traders

August 8, 2022 at 2:54 PM, Der AUDITOR
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NEW DELHI. There is still no end in sight to the price hikes in the Indian chickpea market and August is also expected to be a promising month. However, two factors could put pressure on prices.

Demand from South India on the rise

Indian traders are pleased with July - sales were good and the price rally in the chickpea market continues. Hopes are also high for August, as recent years have shown that this is usually a successful month as well, especially as domestic buying interest from South Indian states regularly increases. This is also evident in the spot market prices, which have risen again compared to last week. Especially in Maharashtra, prices seem to climb further every day, as market players report. They are surprised that some exporters are hold

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