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Wheat arrivals in India at 12-year high during Aug-Sept across markets

According to the agriculture ministry's data, wheat arrivals are the highest since 2010 when the amount was 4.38 MT

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Workers sift wheat before filling in sacks at the market yard of the Agriculture Product Marketing Committee (APMC) on the outskirts of Ahmedabad (Photo: Reuters)

BS Web Team New Delhi
Wheat arrivals in India across various Agriculture Produce Marketing Committee (APMC) yards increased to a 12-year-high during the August-September period, reported Businessline on Wednesday. Wheat arrivals increased by 57 per cent to 2.27 million tonnes (MT) against 1.44 MT during the same period last year. 

This comes at a time when wheat stocks with the Food Corporation of India (FCI) have dropped to a six-year low, and are at 24.82 MT. 

According to agriculture ministry's data, wheat arrivals are the highest since 2010 when the quantity was 4.38 MT. 

Meanwhile, wheat arrivals from April to August are at a three-year

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First Published: Oct 06 2022 | 9:00 AM IST

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