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Mon, Mar 12, 2012 Vol: 443
 
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Backed by India, world wheat output expected at 690 MT in 2012
12 Mar 2012
Helped by record output in India, the global wheat production is estimated to be the second highest ever at 690 million tonnes (MT) in 2012, United Nation's body FAO said. World production of the essential food commodity is estimated at a record high of 700 MT in 2011, Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said in its latest report. "FAO's first forecast for world wheat production in 2012 stands at 690 MT, .....
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India may soon surpass China in vegetable,fruit output: IIHR
12 Mar 2012
With the availability of improved seed varieties, India may soon surpass China as the world's leading producer of vegetables and fruits, government research body IIHR said. "There is good scope for raising production of horticultural crops. We are second (in production) after China but we can be a world leader soon," Indian Institute of Horticultural Research (IIHR) Director Amrik Singh Sidhu .....
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3.   
Iran Increases Wheat Imports
12 Mar 2012
Reuters reports that Iran has purchased 300,000 tons of wheat from Russia and Kazakhstan. Recently, Iran also bought 120 thousand tons of wheat from the United States. In 2008, Iran resumed buying U.S. wheat for the first time in 27 years. In 2009, Iran bought 900,000 tons of wheat from the U.S. for $365 million. U.S. sanctions against Iran do not include agricultural companies and .....
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Australia, India to jointly develop new strains of bananas
12 Mar 2012
Australia's Queensland University of Technology has inked an agreement with India's Department of Biotechnology for developing new strains of bananas that will help counter iron-deficiency anaemia in India. The agreement, signed by QUT Vice-Chancellor Peter Coaldrake and Renu Swarup of the DoB yesterday, will see the Indian government investing during a four year period to create .....
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1.   Enhanced output of vegetables, fruits comes with a price
2.   World Bank okays $50 m credit for Assam farm project
3.   Japan buys feed wheat, barley via tender
4.   Red meat may not necessarily be in red zone
5.   Stress on customisation of schemes, plans as per needs at Neramac meet
6.   NCDEX modifies guar contract to curb speculation
7.   India to US: Will give rationale for poultry prdcts import ban
 
 
 
 
APEDA News
Today's Leads
Market Watch
Commodity-wise, Market-wise Daily Price on 10-03-2012
Domestic Prices
Unit Price : Rs/Qtl
Product
Market Center
Variety
Min Price
Max Price
Wheat
1
Amreli (Gujarat)
Lokwan
1100
1330
2
Gadag (Karnataka)
White
930
2343
3
Ganjbasoda (M.P.)
Other
1100
1540
4
Narela (NCT of Delhi)
Mexican
1080
1200
Rice
1
Bidar (Karnataka)
Broken 
1000
1600
2
Solapur (Maharashtra)
Other
1425
4000
3
Bargarh (Orissa)
Other
2000
2500
4
Khatra (W.B.)
Other
1700
1900
Grapes
1
Sirsa (Haryana)
Other
1500
4000
2
Santoshgarh (H.P.)
Other
3500
4000
3
Indore(F&V) (M.P.)
Other
1200
4000
4
Kolhapur (Maharashtra)
Other
1500
3500
Onion
1
Kurnool (A.P.)
Local
220
480
2
Surat (Gujarat)
Other
350
550
3
Firozepur City (Punjab)
Other
400
600
4
Balrampur (Punjab)
Other
650
670
Egg
Rs per 100 No.
Price on 10-03-2012
Product
Market Center
Price
1
Allahabad    
276
2
Barwala    
240
3
Bhopal    
265
4
Delhi       
260
Source:www.e2necc.com
International Prices
Unit Price : US$ / package
Price on 10-03-2012
Product
Market Center Origin Variety Low High
Onion Dry     Package: 40 lb cartons 
1
Atlanta
Chile
Yellow
28
28
2
Boston
Mexico
Yellow
20
20
3
Chicago
Peru
Yellow
22
22
Apples       Package: cartons tray pack
1
Atlanta
Michigan
red delicious
29
29
2
Baltimore
Washington
red delicious
28
28
3
Philadelphia
Vermont
red delicious
18
18
Bananas     Package: 15 lb cartons
1
Chicago
Guatermala
Baby
14
15
1
Baltimore
Ecuador
Baby
12
12
1
Detroit
Colombia
Baby
14
14
Source:USDA
 
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