Kernel Market May Turn Positive

This entry was posted on Sunday, August 28th, 2011 and is filed under Cashew.

Right now, the cashew kernel market is a balanced market as there is a perfect competition between demand and supply. But soon there may arise a shortage of white wholes  due to following factors – 1) Indian festival season. 2) Onam holidays in Kerala State 3) Low farm yield; and also, low kernel out-turn and  very low white wholes in production. 4) Emerging markets such as Japan, China, South Korea, South Africa and Gulf countries are not much bothered by the recent global economic crisis. 5) American kernel stock position and import contracts will become inadequate to meet the demand, if there is no further crisis, especially in consumption level.

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