Cardamom dips on subdued demand

Cardamom brown prices declined by Rs 10 per kg at the wholesale kirana market in the national capital today in view of subdued demand from retailers and stockists amidst adequate stocks.

Cardamom brown (Jhundiwali and Kanchicut) prices drifted lower by Rs 10 each to settle at Rs 600-610 and Rs 650-950 per kg, respectively.

Marketmen said muted demand from retailers and stockists against adequate stocks, mainly pulled down cardamom prices.

Following are today's quotations (in Rs):

Ajwain (per kg) 90-145, black pepper (per kg) 370-530,

betel-nut (kg) 250-280, cardamom brown-Jhundiwali (kg) 600-610 and cardamom brown-Kanchicut (kg) 650-950,

cardamom small (kg)-chitridar 920-1,020, cardamom (colour robin) 850-870, cardamom bold 880-900, cardamom extra (bold) 950-970, cloves 530-600, chirounji (kg) Rs 660-780, cinnamon (kg) Rs 170-175, coriander (qntl) Rs 6,000-12,200, dry mango (qntl) Rs 9,500-25,000, dry ginger (qntl)

Rs 14,000-18,000, kalaunji (qntl) Rs 10,000-10,500, mace-Red (kg) Rs 850-1,080, mace-Yellow (kg) Rs 1,100-1,120, methi (qntl) Rs 7,000-18,500, makhana (kg) Rs 720-850, nutmeg (kg) Rs 440-450, poppy seed (Turkey) Rs 360, (China) Rs 350 kg,

red chillies (qntl) Rs 6,000-15,000, saffron Irani Rs 80-90 (per gram), saffron Kashmiri Rs 100-120 (per gram), saunf (qntl) Rs 9,500-18,500, turmeric (qntl) Rs 8,400-11,200, tamarind (qntl) Rs 4,800-5,500, tamarind without seed (qntl) Rs 9,000-10,000, tea (kg) Rs 95-285, watermelon kernel (kg)Rs 130-140, jeera-new common (qntl) Rs 16,700-16,800 and jeera-new best (qntl)

Rs 18,700-19,200.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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