Marketmen said weak demand from stockists and retailers due to off season, powered by increased supplies from manufacturing belts, mainly brought down the gur prices.
In Dehi, gur Chakku, Dhayya, Pedi and Shakkar prices lost Rs 100 each to settle the day at Rs 2,900-3,000 and Rs 3,100-3,200, Rs 2,900-3,000 and Rs 3,200-3,300 per quintal.
At Muzaffarnagar, gur Chakku and Khurpa tumbled down from Rs 2,450-2,800 and Rs 2,500-2,300 to end at Rs 2,400-2,550 and Rs 2,250-2,300, showing a decline of up to Rs 250 per quintal.
Gur Laddoo prices also dropped by Rs 100 to conclude at Rs 2,500-2,600 per quintal.
Coming to Muradnagar, gur Dhayya prices plummeted by Rs 250 to settle at Rs 2,550-2,600, while Pedi prices slipped by Rs 200 to Rs 2,500-2,550 per quintal.
Following are today's rates (in Rs per quintal):
Gur chakku Rs 2,900-3,000, pedi Rs 2,900-3,000, dhayya Rs 3,100-3,200 and shakkar Rs 3,200-3,300.
Muzaffarnagar: Rasket Rs 2,100-2,150, chakku Rs 2,400-2,550, khurpa Rs 2,250-2,300 and Ladoo Rs 2,500- 2,600.
Muradnagar: Pedi Rs 2,500-2,550 and dhayya Rs 2,550-2600.
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