Onion prices to rise again, Turkey prohibits exports
Onion prices to rise again, Turkey prohibits exports

Mumbai: Onion has been sky rocketing for the last four months. Buying onions priced around Rs 100 a kg is not a matter of everyone. Even after so many days, no one knows when the price of onion will come down. The increase in the arrival of foreign onions was expected to reduce the price, but it is also looking bleak now, because Turkey has banned the export of onions.

Turkey is the main producer of onions in the world. At the same time, the arrival of onion may be affected due to rain again in Maharashtra, the country's largest onion producing state, due to which prices can rise again. On Thursday, the retail price of onions in the country's capital Delhi and the surrounding area was Rs 100-140 per kg. However, according to the price list given on the website of the Union Ministry of Consumer Affairs, the retail price of onion in Delhi was Rs 107 per kg.

According to the ministry's website, the retail price of onions across the country was Rs 48-150 per kg on Thursday. According to the news agency IANS, according to the rate list of Azadpur Mandi Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee (APMC) of Delhi, the wholesale price of onion in Delhi was Rs 20-95 per kg on Thursday, while the arrival was recorded at 1020.3 tonnes.

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