May 19, 2024

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Volume dips at Coonoor tea auctions due to unfavourable weather

For sale 29 of the auctions of Coonoor Tea Trade Affiliation to be held on Thursday and Friday following the Bakrid holidays in numerous nations around the world, a quantity of 23.eighty four lakh kg is currently being provided.

This is as substantially as 1.20 lakh kg significantly less than the offer for very last week’s auctions.

The lessen offer is stated to be for the reason that of a fall in manufacturing arising from unfavourable temperature conditions. “The existing temperature is not conducive for top quality manufacturing of big amount tea,” Ramesh Chander, President, The Nilgiris Smaller Tea Growers’ Affiliation informed BusinessLine.

“There has been major wind for the earlier ten times which has built the tea leaves glance like paper devoid of the substantially-required juice. This will have an impact on the top quality of the created tea. With no sunshine for some times now and the the vast majority of tiny growers engaged in ‘Devahabba’ regional festival of the Baduga group very last week, we foresee a 20 for each cent fall in tea manufacturing until August conclusion,” he stated.

Of the 23.eighty four lakh kg provided for this week’s auctions, as substantially as 22.65 lakh kg belongs to CTC wide variety and only 1.19 lakh kg orthodox wide variety. In the leaf tea counter, only 78,000 kg belongs to orthodox when 17.forty one lakh kg, CTC. Among the dust tea, only forty one,000 kg belongs to orthodox when 5.24 lakh kg, CTC. In all, 18.19 lakh kg belongs to Leaf grades and 5.65 lakh kg, Dust grades.

The eco-friendly tea from Pascoes Woodlands, auctioned by Paramount Tea Internet marketing (SI) P Ltd, topped the auctions very last week when Shree Ganesh Tea Buying and selling Company bought it for ₹305 a kg. Among CTC teas, Homedale Estate’s Broken Orange Pekoe Fanning quality, auctioned by Global Tea Brokers, topped when Tea Companies India Pvt Ltd bought it for ₹297 a kg.

Quotations with the brokers indicated ₹75-77 a kg for basic Leaf grades and ₹156-198 for the very best grades. For basic Dust grades, they ranged ₹77-eighty four and for the very best grades, ₹174-216.