Ninety three% tea sold at Coonoor auctions

Ninety three% tea sold at Coonoor auctions

by admin- Tuesday, April 27th, 2021 07:50:47 AM

As much as 93 in keeping with cent of the offer at sale 16 of the public sale of Coonoor Tea Trade Association (CTTA) became offered with the common price crashing to yr’s lowest stage of ₹114.53 a kg – simply 27 paise less than the preceding week.

This changed into the very best sale percentage among all the auctions held thus far this calendar.
“With reports of drought-like situation winning in North Indian plantations, upcountry buyers, apprehending shortfall in supply of those teas, picked up large volumes in our auction to accumulate stocks which expanded the sale percentage”, CTTA Chairman L Vairavan informed BusinessLine.

“Traders in lots of States additionally desired to construct shares to cater to their customers’ wishes if disruption in buying and selling sports manifest due to lockdown”, he explained.

“Besides, the overall perception among purchasers in India and abroad that tea enables to construct immunity propelled higher call for at our auctions this week due to the spread of 2nd wave of Covid-19 in many areas. Such improved call for happened for our teas during lockdown remaining year additionally”, he discovered.

The Red Dust grade of Homedale Estate, auctioned by Global Tea Brokers, crowned the complete auctions this week when Nishanthi Traders sold it for ₹ 301 a kg. This become the most effective tea, CTC or orthodox, from bought leaf or company zone, which crossed ₹300/kg mark this week.

Among different CTC teas, Pinewood Estate were given ₹ 252, Crosshill Estate Special ₹ 215 and Bellati Estate ₹ 201.

Among orthodox teas, Kodanad got ₹ 278, Kairbetta ₹ 271, Havukal ₹ 240, Nonsuch Orthodox ₹ 231, Kil Kotagiri ₹ 218, Devashola ₹ 207, Mailoor ₹ 203 and Glendale ₹ two hundred.

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