MMTC orders 6,090 Tonnes of Onion from Egypt
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MMTC orders 6,090 Tonnes of Onion from Egypt
State-owned MMTC has placed order for importing 6,090 tonnes of onion from Egypt and the consignment will be available in India for sale from early next month.
The first-ever onion consignment since the onion shortage flared up on account of severe crop damage due to heavy rains is expected to land at Nhava Sheva (Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust) in Mumbai. Department of Consumer Affairs Secretary AK Srivastava said the imported onions will be available at ₹52-55 a kg ex-Mumbai and at ₹60 a kg at Delhi. The total demand received so far from various States — including Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Odisha, Sikkim and West Bengal — for December first week is 2,265 tonnes. Nafed will be the nodal agent for supplying in Delhi. Source: The Hindu Business Line, 25 November 2019 If you find this information useful, click on the yellow thumb impression below the photo and share it with your farmer friends through the options below.
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