The Indian onion season has been a vibrant one, with prices being higher than they’ve been for the past three years. Although the weather can partly be blamed for this price increase, it’s also true that the production areas for onions have decreased.For Indian onions traders, the season is proving to be pretty good. Although exporting to other countries is harder than the last years....
India will have a bumper crop of onions on its hands, thanks to a high number of farmers allocating their land for onions. However, with the restrictions that the coronavirus has caused, the crop could simply go to waste. The fact that the lockdown in India has been extended does not help the business side of things.India has extended the lockdown for another..
The Indian onion season is currently in the process of selling the remaining onions of the March harvest. It’s a challenging time for Indian exporters, as they search their stocks for the best quality onions that are still available.
The new harvest of Indian onions will arrive in October, until then the country will rely on the crop that was harvested during March and stored for selling in subsequent months.
The Indian onion export has come to a halt. The Government has intervened after prices for onions increased significantly. As the onion is a very important commodity in the average Indian household, the export stop is intended to bring the price back down to affordable prices for the Indian consumer.