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    Madhvi Sally

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    Vegetable prices ease in Delhi as supplies bypass protestersSpices get cheaper on weak export demand and bigger harvestGuar gum prices fall 13% as Covid halves demandNon-basmati rice export likely to double this year
    Chicken and egg sales likely to reach the pre-Covid levels by MarchFood park inaugurated in Punjab to benefit 25000 farmers and create 5000 jobsEgypt stops buffalo meat imports over pesticide concernsTurmeric gets cheaper; traders left with huge stocks as sales fall
    India to export 3.5-4 million tonnes of wheat to neighbouring countries till March if govt extends export subsidyAmul slams companies for selling almond, soya, oats and rice beverages as milkBasmati exports to Iran to resume soonFertilizer sales likely to rise as crop area expected to expand
    Groundnut demand back to pre-Covid levels as export orders growStates act against farm fires as pollution, COVID-19 concerns risePunjab, Haryana begin penalising farmers for stubble burningIndian cotton exports likely to rise 20%-30% on higher global demand
    Saffron prices down 15% on high imports, weak demandVegetable exports jump 20% on strong demand, lower air freight and goodwillHike in MSP of crops likely to raise prices of pulses, oilseedsApple prices tumble in wholesale on weak demand, high supply
    Farmers in Punjab, Haryana to be given machines at a discount to check pollutionBuffalo meat exports rise 15% in Aug; pre-Covid level expected next quarterChana prices fall as govt offloads stock, analysts divided over outlook of futures marketMasks, surgical gowns & export boost the prices of organic cotton
    Poultry demand to reach 70% of pre-Covid level this quarter: industryCold Chain Projects approved, to benefit 257,904 farmers and Create 16,200 jobsPulses, oil seed prices firm up on rains, pest attacksEdible oil prices likely to fall by Diwali
    Dairy cooperatives seek 20% incentive for exporting milk products amid drop in demandCotton prices rise 5% in the past week as demand risesIndia's soybean output to surge by over 31.5% : Soybean Processors Association of IndiaGuar gum prices rise on revival of demand
    US, Europe demand for Indian seafood to rise from September: ExportersExpected good harvest seen boosting demand for tractors and harvesting machinesCardamom exports to Saudi Arabia stall over chemical residue normsIndia's edible oil sales likely to reach pre-Covid levels in 6 months
    Demand for packaged sweets, dry fruits and pulses rise, likely to exceed pre-Covid levelsA case of Geographical Indication: Basmati tag triggers clash between Punjab & Madhya PradeshDrop in demand for beer impacts barley pricesSmall and medium mithai shops closing down as packaged sweets preferred over traditional ones
    Turmeric's domestic and export demand risingQuarantine requirements keep many buyers away from Apple markets in Himachal PradeshChinese companies demand full advance payment for Diwali LED lightsMega food park launched in Mizoram, to benefit 25,000 farmers and create 5,000 jobs
    Export demand for guar gum sees revival in past two months, sales increase 15%Tomato prices skyrocket as rains destroy cropsAmul forays into edible oil business with launch of JanmayDemand for Indian buffalo meat shows signs of revival
    ITC says helped people access govt’s rural employment schemeCooking oil imports rise to 8-month high in JuneSugar exporters eye deals with China
    Sugar exporters eye deals with China
    06 Jul 2020 07:56 AM IST
    Sugar exporters eye deals with China, waiting for border tension to ease
    Chinese app ban may hinder business communicationGovt launches PM FME scheme to help micro food processing enterprisesOverseas shipments of agro-commodities to increase with rupee depreciationCargill to partner with Indian firm for chocolate plant
    ITC sets sights on contract farming
    ITC sets sights on contract farming
    22 Jun 2020 11:05 AM IST
    Fruits, vegetable traders on verge of closing shops, dues unpaid since MarchLow fertiliser price to push sales in the ongoing planting seasonMother Dairy ties up with Zomato to home deliver fruit, vegetables in NCR
    Branded staple foods fly off shelves as focus shifts to hygieneSoya, sunflower oil sale up as people shun eateries, eat home foodGovt to give 50% subsidy for fruit, vegetable transport to help farmers cut post-harvest loss, avoid distress saleSubsidy on transportation of fruits & veggies on big price fall
    Madhya Pradesh leads the way in wheat procurement followed by PunjabGlobal lentil prices increase on news that India reduced its import dutyBuffalo meat exporters peg lockdown loss at Rs 5,300 croreBasmati rice consignments worth Rs 1700 crore stuck at Iranian ports
    Food Processing Minister requests states to charge power tariff on actual consumption basis for cold chainsFarm wages doubled in many agricultural districts as migrants labourers returned homeCotton Association draws Agriculture Minister's attention to locust attackSeed and fertiliser companies use digital platforms to connect with farmers
    Prices of vegetable, pulses, grains, sugar fall on poor demandContract farming to help farmers, says industryFruit, veggie exports fall 70% during lockdownTomato in Delhi plunges to Rs 1-2 a kg, onion to Rs 8
    Bt cotton: Delhi HC dismisses Monsanto plea against CCI probeFinance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman rolls out a Rs 10,000 crore scheme for food processing sectorCovid-19 impact : Indian honey attracts new buyers from Japan, South Korea and AustraliaLockdown or not, 20% of India’s retail to shut shop
    In lockdown, chips are down for potato farmersCentre mulls reviving animal markets
    Centre mulls reviving animal markets
    08 May 2020 09:44 AM IST
    Create strategic reserve for milk powder says CIICovid-19 impact: After being locked down, companies now set to suffer labour pain
    Safer zones running out of non-essentialsVegetable supplies in Delhi's Azadpur Mandi drop due to restricted inter state movementCooking oil demand from big buyers to fall 30-35%Madhya Pradesh amends Mandi Act to provide maximum value of produce to farmers
    Delhi-Amritsar-Katra Expressway to pass through Amritsar: Harsimrat Kaur BadalKharif seed sales likely to fall 20%
    Kharif seed sales likely to fall 20%
    30 Apr 2020 09:58 AM IST
    Material Recycling Association of India asks government to waive demurrage and rental chargesMeat traders upbeat on West, Southeast Asia
    Azadpur mandi labour union calls for a week long break from April 27Exotic fruits become scarce and costlier, as bottlenecks in transportation emergeEdible oil industry wants import of refined palm oil to be restricted
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