Mild Pressure in the Indian Domestic Kernel Market

This entry was posted on Sunday, December 18th, 2011 and is filed under Cashew.

Kernel consumption in India and neighboring SAARC  countries is said to be satisfactory but market is sluggish due to the global holiday mood. Indian processors are trying to sell as much as possible in the Indian domestic market as the prices are 6-8% more than the export prices for the same grading, even after considering all export related benefits. At present,  North Indian traders and stockists have completed their purchases for the Christmas/New-Year season and they are interested only in reasonable holiday activities in the retail sector.

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