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Spice market update: cumin prices still on the rise

August 27, 2021 7:53 AM, Der AUDITOR
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GUJARAT. Weekly monitoring with the latest market information from India on cumin, coriander and turmeric, chilli, black pepper and cardamom as well as a price list for more than 70 products.

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In India, prices for cumin, grade A, 99% purity have increased by almost USD 150 to USD 2,193/mt FOB in one week. There is a lack of rainfall in the growing regions; this is resulting in lower availability, while demand remains stable. Buying interest from overseas, especially from the Middle East and African countries, is even expected to increase in the coming days. The turmoil in Afghanistan are the reason that no significant cumin shipments to the international market are to be expected from here for the time being. Along with Iran, Syria and Turkey,

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