Amchoor Price Hit An All Time High In Nizamabad

Nizamabad/Hyderabad, June 3 (Maxim News): The price of dried mangoes used in making Amchoor has witnessed a significant surge at the Nizamabad market yard. A quintal of dried mangoes is now being sold for Rs. 38,000.

Farmers attribute this price hike to the soaring demand for the commodity. this against the Rs. 22,000 a quintal last year. The average price has been set at Rs. 21.500 per quintal, with a separate rate of Rs. 6,000 per quintal for the third quality product. Market Yard officials said a total of 13,180 quintals of amchoor have arrived at the market over the last three months. Farmers from Mahabubnagar, medak, Vikarabad, Rangareddy, Nizamabad and Kamareddy districts have brought amchoor to the market yard.

Moreover, the officials mention that the Amchoor is being exported to North India and Arab countries. It is worth noting that the Nizamabad market yard stands as the second largest market yard, right after Hyderabad.

Dried mangoes are used in making Amchoor, an alternative for tamarind in preparing food items. The commodity is widely consumed in north India as well as several Arab countries. (Maxim News)

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