Cardamom recovers on fresh buying

Cardamom prices recovered by

Rs 5 per kg at the wholesale kirana market in the national capital today on emergence of stockists' buying following.

Marketmen said fresh buying support from stockists in view of pick up in demand against restricted arrivals from producing belts mainly led to the recovery in cardamom prices.

Cardamom small chitridar, colour robin, bold and extra bold were up by Rs 5 each to Rs 925-1025, Rs 855-875, Rs 885-905 and Rs 955-975 per kg, respectively.

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) 580-590 and cardamom brown-Kanchicut (kg) 640-940, cardamom small (kg)-chitridar 925-1,025, cardamom (colour robin) 855-875, cardamom bold 885-905, cardamom extra (bold) 955-975, cloves 550-620, chirounji (kg) Rs 640-760, cinnamon (kg) Rs 170-175, coriander (qntl) Rs 5,900-12,100, dry mango (qntl) Rs 9,500-25,000, dry ginger (qntl) Rs 15,000-19,000, kalaunji (qntl) Rs 9,500-10,000, mace-Red (kg) Rs 850-1,080, mace-Yellow (kg) Rs 1,110-1,130, methi (qntl) Rs 7,000-18,500, makhana (kg) Rs 720-850, nutmeg (kg) Rs 440-450, poppy seed (Turkey) Rs 340, (China) Rs 350 kg, red chillies (qntl) Rs 6,200-15,200, saffron Irani Rs 80-90 (per gram), saffron Kashmiri Rs 100-120 (per gram), saunf (qntl) Rs 9,500-18,500, turmeric (qntl) Rs 8,700-11,500, 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 16,500-16,600 and jeera-new best (qntl) Rs 18,500-19,000.

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