Dehydrated onion exports increased in India, 30% Rise in new season

Initial trends counsel the business of dehydrated onion is anticipating to end the year at fifty five thousand tonnes of dehydrated onion exports, up from 25,000 tonnes last year.

Falling onion costs may increase the troubles for farmers, however this has given dehydration Plants in India a reason to rejoice. Lower costs have resulted in redoubled aggressive production of dehydrated onions thus doubling exports from the country. As a result we Shiv Export is in position to supply Dehydrated Onion at the most competitive prices for our international buyers of dehydrated Onion.

Dehydrated onion exports have gone up from 12,500 tonnes to 26,000 tonnes on a year-on-year basis throughout the January-May.

“Onion costs within the native market have come back fraught because of higher production and this has enabled Indian dehydrated onion producers to supply their merchandise at competitive rates within the international market. the Dehydrated Onion prices are in our favor and business has full-grown over doubled during this season”

The business expects to export around 55,000 tonnes of dehydrated onion, dehydrated white Onion and Dehydrated Red onion,in 2016. because of high onion rates, Asian nation had exported near about 30,000 tonnes of dehydrated onion in 2015. Currently, in wholesale markets, onion costs are ruling at Rs 3-7 a kilogram, that was Rs 12-15 a kilogram last year at this point. Onion production has gone up to twenty.3 million tonnes in 2015-16 against eighteen.9 million tonnes in 2014-15.

“As on date, the costs of raw onion are in our favor and if we are able to maintain our prices at $1,600-2,000 a metric Ton, total exports may bit fifty five tonnes by the top of December this year.”

India principally exports to Europe, Russia, Germany, Ukraine, Argentina, Brazil, Belgium, Bulgaria, Sweden, Poland, Turkey, Canada, Netherlands, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, UAE, United Mexican States the United States and a few African countries likewise. Most of the export business comes throughout the January-June amount and once the primary rain, dehydration units shut until Gregorian calendar month each year.

Dehydration units are making ready to pack up their units as monsoon has came back. By the top of June, most units can shut their doors and do a business on stock they need for consecutive few months.”