New Delhi: This Diwali onion will likely see a substantial spike in prices; likewise, the quality of onions is most likely to deteriorate. Onion, which was priced at simply Rs 20 kg, has now reached a height of Rs 100 kg.
Despite the increase in rates and low quality, the vegetable is still in high demand as individuals continue to purchase onions. The onion rate is also most likely to rise to Rs 125 kg in the coming days.
According to the vendors, the supply of onions has actually been affected, due to which the prices have actually risen greatly.
Likewise, onion crops were destroyed due to rains, and so there has actually been a delay in the arrival of new onions in the market.
Nashik district, which has the highest onion growing, suffered a great deal of damage due to the bad weather condition and rains.
The onion was being cost 30 rupees per kg is now available in for Rs 70-80 kg.
In Mumbai’s Santa Cruz area, onion wholesalers used to sell a truck onion every day are presently selling four onions.
The onion supply in Mumbai is mostly from the APMC market in Navi Mumbai, where only 29 onion trucks and 47 paces showed up on Thursday. On typical days, this number used to be around 70-80 trucks.
Today, Lasalgaon, which is said to be the largest onion market in the country, sells onions for Rs 7000, a little less quality of onions are being sold for Rs 6250 and Rs 1500 per quintal for bad onions.
Recently’s onion cost.
On Monday, the best quality of onion was priced at Rs 4552, the great onions for Rs 4100, and the bad ones for Rs 805, respectively.
On Tuesday, the 3 sorts of onion quality were priced at Rs 4700, Rs 4100, Rs 1100.
On Wednesday, the onion cost per quintal was Rs 4800, Rs 4300, Rs 1452.
Onion costs today
The three kinds of onion based on the quality cost Rs 7082, Rs 6400, Rs 1200 on Monday.
For Rs 7812, the very best quality, for Rs 7100, the great ones, and Rs 1901 for the bad ones on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, the 3 types of onion quality were priced at Rs 7102, Rs 5801, Rs 1560.
On Thursday, the very best quality of onion was priced at Rs 7050, the great onions for Rs 6250, and the bad ones for Rs 1500, respectively.
Onion rates leap considerably to touch a brand-new high throughout Diwali.