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Anuga 2019: India may increase imports of sesame due to low crop

Nigeria and Sudan, most demanded origins until Tanzanian harvest

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The Indian sesame crop estimate has been downgraded after heavy monsoon rains have cut the yield and deteriorated most output during the harvest, leading to rising imports to match the demand, the general manager of the Indian sesame exporter M. Lakhamsi & Co. and member of the Indian oilseed council (IOPEPC), Sanjiv Sawla, revealed at Anuga


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