Coriander and jeera prices rose by Rs 100 per quintal in the national capital today largely on the back of pick up in demand from stockists and overseas enquiries amid restricted arrivals from growing regions.
Coriander prices rose by Rs 100 to settle at Rs 5,900- 11,900 per quintal.
Jeera common and jeera best quality also increased by Rs 100 each to conclude at Rs 19,200-19,300 and Rs 21,700-22,200 per quintal.
Traders said apart from buying support from retailers and stockists, rising export demand, mainly pushed up coriander and jeera prices at the wholesale kirana market.
Following are today's quotations (in Rs):
Ajwain (per kg) 120-170, black pepper (per kg) 520-700, betel-nut (kg) 260-300, cardamom brown-Jhundiwali (kg) 670-690 and cardamom brown-Kanchicut (kg) 730-1,040, cardamom small (kg)- chitridar 975-1,100, cardamom (colour robin) 830-850, cardamom bold 850-870, cardamom extra (bold) 970-980, cloves 560-675, chirounji (kg) Rs 600-750, cinnamon (kg) Rs 155-160, coriander (qntl) Rs 5,900-11,900, dry mango (qntl) Rs 4,500-18,000, dry ginger (qntl) Rs 10,500-15,700, kalaunji (qntl) Rs 7,500-7,800, mace-Red (kg) Rs 700-840, mace-Yellow (kg) Rs 940-960, methi (qntl) Rs 6,500-18,500, makhana (kg) Rs 360-410, nutmeg (kg) Rs 430-440, poppyseed (Turkey) Rs 370-400 kg, poppyseed (U.P) Rs 350-370 kg, poppyseed (MP-RAJ) Rs 380- 400 kg, red chillies (qntl) Rs 5,000-11,000, saffron Irani Rs (per gram) 120-135, saffron Kashmiri Rs (per gram) 150-160, saunf (qntl) Rs 8,000-14,000, turmeric (qntl) Rs 6,600-9,900, tamarind (qntl) Rs 4,200-5,100, tamarind without seed (qntl) Rs 6,500-8,000, tea (kg) Rs 110-290, watermelon kernel (kg) Rs 140-150, jeera common (qntl) Rs 19,200-19,300 and jeera best (qntl) Rs 21,700-22,200.
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