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Almond, its kernel rises on uptick in demand

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Barring a rise in almond and its kernel prices on uptick in demand from retailers, other dry fruits held steady in the national capital today.

Traders said pick-up in demand from retailers driven by ongoing winter season, mainly led to the rise in almond and its kernel prices.

Almond (California) rose by Rs 100 to Rs 17,400-17,600 per 40 kg, while its kernel edged up by Rs 2 to Rs 612-622 per kg.

Following are today's quotations (per 40 kgs):

Almond (California) Rs 17,400-17,600,Almond(Gurbandi-new) Rs 12,100-12,300, Almond (Girdhi) Rs 5,700-5,800; Abjosh Afghani Rs 8,000-23,000.

Almond Kernel (California-new) Rs 612-622 per kg, Almond Kernel (Gurbandi-new) Rs 725-825 per kg.

Chilgoza (Roasted-new) (1 kg) Rs 1,500-2,150


Cashew Kernel 1 kg (no 180) Rs 1,080-1,090 Cashew Kernel (no 210) Rs 980-990

Cashew Kernel (no 240) Rs 880-890

Cashew Kernel (no 320) Rs 780-790

Cashew Kernel Broken 2 pieces Rs 705-770 Cashew Kernel Broken 4 pieces Rs 705-755 Cashew Kernel Broken 8 pieces Rs 605-660 Copra (qtl) Rs 8,000-10,000

Coconut Powder (25 kgs) Rs 3,300-3,600

Dry Dates Red (qtl) Rs 2,800-12,000

Fig Rs 15,000-30,000

Kishmish Kandhari Local Rs 10,000-15,000 Kishmish Kandhari Special Rs 10,000-25,000 Kishmish Indian Yellow Rs 3,000-4,700

Kishmish Indian Green Rs 4,200-9,200

Pistachio Irani Rs 1,050-1,150

Pistachio Hairati Rs 1,355-1,455

Pistachio Peshawari Rs 1,555-1,605

Pistachio Dodi (Roasted) 720-850

Walnut Rs 310-460

Walnut Kernel (1 kg) Rs 820-1,470.

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First Published: Wed, January 18 2017. 16:23 IST
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