The pressure is growing
On the Indian sesame seed market, prices have fallen for the second week in a row. Although only 150-300 bags of sesame seeds arrive daily in the large trading markets, demand is moderate, so there is no shortage of goods. The main reason for this development is the Korean tender, which has been withdrawn except for a small quantity due to high prices. Indian exporters had stocked up on additional supplies in preparation for the tender, and now they are sitting on their goods and have no buyers for the time being.