Last Updated : 11 August 2011 at 11:35 IST
Arecanut in India breaks 12 year old record
The demand for white areca nut is increasing in the Indian market and price has touched a record of Rs 175 per Kg, which is the highest since 1999.
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MANGALORE (Commodity Online): The demand for white areca nut is increasing in the Indian market and price has touched a record of Rs 175 per Kg, which is the highest since 1999.
In 1999, the white areca nut had got Rs.172 per Kg in the market.
The old as well as new stock of the commodity is selling out at faster rate and the price is expected to rise high.
Areca nut is of two types White areca nut and Red areca nut. White areca nut is used in preparing Paan and Red areca nut is used in preparing gutkha.
The major reason for the increasing demand could be the ban on gutkha by Supreme Court and also the less production of white areca nut.
The effect of fruit rot disease on areca nut, will witness reduced crop production by 30% this year.
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