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prices rose by Rs 5 per 40 kg on the wholesale today on improved retailers demand against less arrivals. 

Elsewhere, other dry fruits moved in a narrow range in restricted buying activity and settled around previous levels. 

Traders said walnut prices traded higher by Rs 5 to Rs 165-230 per 40 kg. Its kernel also inched up by Rs 2 to Rs 452-702 per kg.  

Following are today's quotations in Rs per 40 kg:

(California) Rs 9,900 Almond (gurbandi-new) Rs 4,950-5,150 almond (girdhi) Rs 2,700-2,800 and Abjosh Afghani Rs 7,000-20,000

Almond kernel in per kg (California) Rs 360-365,almond kernel (gurbandi-new) (kg) Rs 325-425

Chilgoza (roasted) (1 kg) Rs 1,700-1,800 Cashew kernel 1 kg (no 180) Rs 655-665 Cashew kernel (no 210) Rs 595-605 Cashew kernel (no 240) Rs 540-550 Cashew kernel (no 320) Rs 445-465

Cashew kernel broken 2 pieces Rs 440-445 Cashew kernel broken 4 pieces Rs 390-425 Cashew kernel broken 8 pieces Rs 280-350 Copra (qtl) Rs 7,700-7,800 Coconut powder (25 kg) Rs 2,900-3,000

Dry dates red (qtl) Rs 3,700-9,000 Fig Rs 6,500-15,000 Kishmish Kandhari local Rs 8,500-8,800 Kishmish Kandhari special Rs 12,500-20,000 Kishmish Indian yellow Rs 3,800-4,400 Kishmish Indian green Rs 6,500-8,500

Pistachio Irani Rs 850-900 Pistachio Hairati Rs 1,110-1,235 Pistachio Peshawari Rs 1,360-1,410 Pistachio Dodi (roasted) 550-635 Walnut Rs 165-230 Walnut kernel (1 kg) Rs 452-702

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Walnut prices up in thin trade

Walnut prices rose by Rs 5 per 40 kg on the wholesale dry fruits market today on improved retailers demand against less arrivals.

prices rose by Rs 5 per 40 kg on the wholesale today on improved retailers demand against less arrivals. 

Elsewhere, other dry fruits moved in a narrow range in restricted buying activity and settled around previous levels. 

Traders said walnut prices traded higher by Rs 5 to Rs 165-230 per 40 kg. Its kernel also inched up by Rs 2 to Rs 452-702 per kg.  

Following are today's quotations in Rs per 40 kg:

(California) Rs 9,900 Almond (gurbandi-new) Rs 4,950-5,150 almond (girdhi) Rs 2,700-2,800 and Abjosh Afghani Rs 7,000-20,000

Almond kernel in per kg (California) Rs 360-365,almond kernel (gurbandi-new) (kg) Rs 325-425

Chilgoza (roasted) (1 kg) Rs 1,700-1,800 Cashew kernel 1 kg (no 180) Rs 655-665 Cashew kernel (no 210) Rs 595-605 Cashew kernel (no 240) Rs 540-550 Cashew kernel (no 320) Rs 445-465

Cashew kernel broken 2 pieces Rs 440-445 Cashew kernel broken 4 pieces Rs 390-425 Cashew kernel broken 8 pieces Rs 280-350 Copra (qtl) Rs 7,700-7,800 Coconut powder (25 kg) Rs 2,900-3,000

Dry dates red (qtl) Rs 3,700-9,000 Fig Rs 6,500-15,000 Kishmish Kandhari local Rs 8,500-8,800 Kishmish Kandhari special Rs 12,500-20,000 Kishmish Indian yellow Rs 3,800-4,400 Kishmish Indian green Rs 6,500-8,500

Pistachio Irani Rs 850-900 Pistachio Hairati Rs 1,110-1,235 Pistachio Peshawari Rs 1,360-1,410 Pistachio Dodi (roasted) 550-635 Walnut Rs 165-230 Walnut kernel (1 kg) Rs 452-702

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