Cumin prices continue their downward trend, which, according to market players, is primarily due to weak demand and the prospect of a large crop. Stockists in particular therefore prefer to wait and see what the new arrivals will bring. Traders report that the initially weak quality is steadily improving. Due to the waiting attitude of many traders, a price increase is not expected in the coming days. Grade A cumin costs USD 1,920/mt FOB India this week.
After the new crop was initially characterised by too high