mjunction’s tea fetches higher price for TGFOP variety

An mjunction official mentioned the bidding for the variety began from Rs 820/kg and eventually rose as much as Rs 950/kg.

Even although the tea costs at auctions throughout the nation have been witnessing steady slide for the previous six weeks with the typical price falling by 24% to Rs 204 a kg, mjunction’s Jorhat e-marketplace fetched a higher price for the tippy golden flowery orange pekoe (TGFOP) variety of the Chenehi tea farm, promoting it at Rs 950/kg within the newest public sale.

This was higher by Rs 20/kg fetched within the earlier public sale. The off take of the variety was16 kg from a neighborhood purchaser.

The earlier highest price of the variety from the identical backyard was Rs 930/kg, considerably registering an uptick in costs in every week’s time.

An mjunction official mentioned the bidding for the variety began from Rs 820/kg and eventually rose as much as Rs 950/kg. But the public sale general fetched a median price of Rs 205 per kg with different varieties just like the CTC, orthodox and mud additionally provided. But the hand-made natural tea has been the very best promoting variant within the Jorhat public sale.

While the Chenehi backyard in Assam is a small tea farm, mjunction plans to supply extra such teas from small growers, with better variety, on the Jorhat platform. But all variants have to be FSSAI ( Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) licensed with every lot going by means of an in depth high quality evaluation from an unbiased tasting marketing consultant, on dry leaf, infusion and liquor, the mjunction official mentioned.

The e-market place of mjunction presently auctions tea from 180 gardens. But it plans to supply varieties like inexperienced, white, olong, hand-made and the speciality tea from the Jorhat platform within the coming auctions.

The Jorhat public sale fetched a month-to-month common price of Rs 276 per kg through the September auctions, higher than the costs fetched through the September auctions in 11 districts of Assam. Only Chachar and Sibsagar districts fetched higher costs within the September auctions, Rs 277.93 and Rs 279 respectively. The all district public sale fetched a median of Rs 214.48 throughout September.

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