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Low quality and strong Indian chilli crop estimate

Steady and falling prices for different varieties due to weak demand

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The Indian chilli harvest is in full swing and it is expected to increase around 15-20% compared with the previous season and to be of low quality due to recent unseasonal rains and cool temperatures combined with a previous viral pest.


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