India Tea Price Watch – October 23, 2021

After a missed week of the auction, North India saw good demand in Kolkata, Guwahati, and Siliguri. Last week saw the highest weekly sale volume for 2021. In Kolkata, 83% of Orthodox tea on offer was sold, and the Middle East remained the top buyer. However, Darjeeling tea saw less uptake. In Guwahati, the market showed good demand for CTC and Orthodox teas, and major blenders were active. Dust tea continued to perform better than leaf in Kochi, Coonoor, and Coimbatore in the south. In Coonoor, buyers from North India were active, reportedly due to demand during Diwali, one of the biggest Indian festivals, coming up next week.

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