Kitchen Hacks: Follow these easy tips to increase the shelf life of dry fruits - Newztezz Online


Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Kitchen Hacks: Follow these easy tips to increase the shelf life of dry fruits

Kitchen Hacks:
You can also follow the tips given here to increase the shelf life of dry fruits. This will help in keeping dry fruits fresh for a long time.

In Asia's largest dry fruit market, the price of dry fruits has increased during Ramzan and Navratri. After coming out of the shadow of Corona after two years, the prices of dry fruits have increased by 10 to 30 percent. In this, the price of almonds has increased the most, in which there has been an increase of 100 to 180 rupees per kg. At the same time, the prices of other dry fruits have also increased marginally.

Ravi Vatra, leader of the Dry Fruit Traders Association of Delhi's Khari Baoli market, says that we had high hopes from this festival, but after Navratri, the price of only almonds increased from Rs 100 to Rs 180 per kg. That is, the current price has reached Rs 780 per kg from Rs 600 per kg. California's almonds have been affected more, while the price of those coming from other countries has also increased less.

The brightness is ending in the markets

Siddharth Batra, a big businessman of Mandi, says that this time the market of dry fruits, which has been facing recession for two years due to Corona, has remained unheard of. Asia's biggest market Khari Baoli Mandi has not seen much growth even after two festivals this time. An increase in the price of only Badam Giri has been seen, but Ramzan and Chaitra Navratra are not being seen on the price of other fruits.

An increase of Rs 100 per kg has also been seen in the price of cashew nuts. Told TV9 Digital that at present its price is Rs 800 to 900 per kg whereas on normal days it costs Rs 750 per kg.

Trader leader Shudhir Jaggi says that the price of dry fruits has increased less and the price of sweets has increased more. In the last two years, there has been a lot of increase in transport and other expenses. But there is not much difference in our market. The price of raisins is Rs.300 per kg. The price of date palm is Rs 100 per kg. The price of peanuts is 80 to 110 rupees per kg.

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