Packeters lift dust tea prices at Kochi auctions

Joseph B. Hash

Active participation of packeters lifted CTC dust tea prices at Kochi auctions this 7 days, registering a hike of ₹3 for every kg in typical value realisation. The market in sale no 6 was solid with ninety one for every cent of the available amount of 9,thirteen,281 kg bought. All […]

Active participation of packeters lifted CTC dust tea prices at Kochi auctions this 7 days, registering a hike of ₹3 for every kg in typical value realisation.

The market in sale no 6 was solid with ninety one for every cent of the available amount of 9,thirteen,281 kg bought. All blenders with each other absorbed seventy two for every cent of the whole amount bought. Lower medium and plainer teas witnessed solid feature and appreciated by ₹3 to ₹7, from time to time much more. The typical value recognized was ₹169.seventy five compared to ₹166.28 in the former 7 days. Good liquoring and superior-priced teas were continuous to business, auctioneers Forbes, Ewart & Figgis explained

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Leaf tea declines

Orthodox dust market was dearer by ₹3 to ₹5, thanks to active participation of exporters and Kerala customers. The entire amount of 9,000 kg available was bought.

Even so, leaf tea prices declined, with exporters to CIS international locations and Middle East lending only a significantly assist. In orthodox grades, the market for select best complete leaf hardly remained continuous. Many others were irregular and reduce. Higher-priced Nilgiri brokens tended to ease. The typical value realisation was reduce at ₹165 compared to ₹168 in the former 7 days. The amount available was 1,29,697 kg.

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In CTC leaf, brokens and Fannings hardly remained continuous and was a lot easier. It also witnessed some withdrawals. The amount available was 62,500 kg. The demand from customers from Kerala customers was subdued.

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