Bora Agro Foods, India’s leading manufacturer-exporter of Hulled Sesame Seeds, with over 15 awards for highest exports, is now BRC ‘Grade A’ Certificated. Its new manufacturing plant was assessed by TUV SUD to be meeting requirements of BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7: January 2015. Completed in early 2016, the plant is built [...]
Dear Customers, The market for Sesame Seeds had been relatively steady and there have been no major price changes since the start of the new crop season in October 2011. Slow export demand from all major buying countries, primarily China & Europe, was the most important reason for the market to remain quiet. India’s export [...]
Global Economic Uncertainty This may turn out to be a very unpredictable year due to economic uncertainty & insecurity prevailing in the western world. The repercussions of the recession are being felt by every person, irrespective of the country or profession they belong to. Though it is difficult to comment on what situation may arise [...]
Dear Customers, Hope you all are doing fine! In our last report dated 23rd March 2011, we had discussed about the market developments in the main Sesame producing as well as consuming countries. We had concluded that the prevailing market price is very attractive. In this short period, some developments have taken place in the [...]
Greetings! Sesame markets worldwide are currently going through a hibernation phase with demand being very slow from all buying countries. We would discuss the market scenario with respect to major exporting & consuming countries as below: China The Dragon of Asia was short on supply this year, but rather than buy aggressively, China tried to [...]
We all are aware of the shocks & surprises “Sesame Seeds” is capable of giving. This new crop year was also no different with very high volatility at the start of the season which kept everyone confused about the prices as well as their buying & selling strategies for the coming months. This year, many [...]
The sesame market has again taken everybody by surprise. The market has firmed substantially during last month on rumors about the Chinese sesame crop being hit by heavy rains & floods. It is projected that this year the Chinese new crop will be at least 25% less compared to last year. The African origins were [...]
The market has been giving confusion signals from the start of the new crop in October 2009. The volatility in prices has left the buyers confused on their buying decision, and furthermore, cheap offers from various exporters from India have added to the confusion.
It is November end & the trends available in last 45 days reveal following facts about the international market of sesame seeds...
The new crop was harvested in the last fortnight & as usual, everybody is trying to figure out the price trend - not only for next couple of months but also for the rest of the year...