Vegetable Oil imports decline 11% in April: SEA
Commodity Online | May 16 2019
UPDATED 13:38:55 IST

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India imported 1,232,283 tonnes of vegetable oil, consisting 1,198,763 tonnes of edible oils and 33,520 tonnes of non-edible oils, in April, down 11% as compared to 1,386,466 tonnes in April 2018, according to latest data from the Solvent Extractors Association (SEA).

The overall import of vegetable for the first six months of the oil year during November 2018 to April 2019, is reported at 7,541,689 tonnes compared to 7,318,295 tonnes during the same period of last year i.e. up by 3%.

During November 2018 - April 2019, the import of refined oil (RBD Palmolein) increased to 1,199,052 tonnes from 980,353 tonnes in same period of last year- marking a rise of 22%.