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  1. 1. December 13 , 2013 Share developments in rice and allied sectors, Promote the Concept of Knowledge Economy Dear Sir/Madam, YOUR IDEA has a great worth---JUST share it through RICE PLUS 1000+ stakeholders of rice industry read & apply various ideas and analysis written by the authors. Be the part of Rice plus authors For more information visit, Contact , Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  2. 2. TOP Contents - Tailored for YOU Latest News Headlines…           How much food does rice provide for migrating waterfowl? Louisiana rice producers achieve record yields in 2013 Interest in organic rice grows Farmers from 26 provinces threatens to close highways in protest of a delay in rice payment scheme Govt. to procure 5 lakh tonnes of rice for Anna Bhagya scheme Paddy season off colour Basmati shippers in a soup as Iran stops purchases Paddy Lifting Moves at Snail's Pace ABLE-India Grain Prices-Delhi-Dec 13 Foodgrains for BPL population at highly subsidised prices NEWS DETAIL… How much food does rice provide for migrating waterfowl? Most people know flooded rice fields provide a major food energy source for ducks as they make their way south in late fall. But what would happen if there was no rice in the fields that provide stopovers for the birds on their way to winter quarters?.Mark Petrie, manager of conservation planning for Ducks Unlimited in Memphis, Tenn., discussed a study that pinpoints how much U.S. rice acres contribute to migrating waterfowl on their annual treks during a presentation at the USA Rice Federation‟s Outlook Conference in St. Louis.The North American Waterfowl Management Plan, a joint effort between the U.S., Canada and Mexico, has established continental population objectives for waterfowl and created a total of 24 regional joint ventures in the U.S. and Canada to deliver the plan. “Five of those joint ventures are focused primarily on breeding waterfowl,” Petrie said. “But 19 of them are focused primarily on migrating-wintering waterfowl, and the important point I want to make is that 50 percent of all wintering, dabbling ducks in the U.S. occur in just three of those joint ventures.“And those three joint Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  3. 3. ventures coincide with the major rice growing areas in the U.S. We have the Central Valley Joint Venture in California, the Gulf Coast Joint Venture in Louisiana and Texas and the Lower Mississippi Valley Joint Venture in the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi and west Tennessee.”Collectively, those three areas winter half the waterfowl in the U.S., and contain almost all the rice acreage, he notes. They also have about 75 percent of all pintails, which have been a concern in the waterfowl management community for about three decades. “The connection between pintails and rice is a very strong one and one that is widely recognized. ”When you look at the food demand from ducks in the three joint venture areas, it‟s almost a bell-shaped curve that starts at low levels in September and gradually rises in October, November and December and then slowly declines in January, February and March.The amount of food for the ducks – a combination of the vegetation remaining in rice fields, coastal marshes and forested wetlands – follows a similar pattern that, fortunately, is significantly higher than the demand from waterfowl. In the Gulf Coast joint venture, for example, flooded rice fields accounts for 42 percent of the food available to ducks.What happens if you remove rice from the system? “Basically, birds would run out of food in that early-winter or late-winter period,” said Petrie.Ducks Unlimited staff members looked at what it would take to establish these rice areas if they weren‟t there and came up with some staggering totals for purchasing the land, restoring them so they could be flooded and maintaining and flooding them on an annual basis.“We estimate the cost of replacing the rice acres in the Central Valley of California, for example, at $2.2 billion,” he said. “And we estimate the operating and maintenance costs of keeping the land in rice and flooded at $25 million to $30 million annually.All of those costs are now born by rice farmers and, "quite frankly, public agencies simply don‟t have the resources to provide those resources these days and are, in fact, walking away from them in some cases.”Petrie said the loss of rice acres in the Gulf Coast area of Texas due to a lack of water are already documented. And what‟s happening with rice varieties in the Lower Mississippi Valley is also having an impact.“What‟s transpiring in the Mississippi Valley over time is as producers have gone to earlier maturing varieties, those fields are being harvested two to three months before the birds begin to show up,” says Petrie. “By the time the birds actually get there a lot of that waste rice has been consumed by other critters.”Experts believe that even if only a relatively small percentage of the rice base in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley is ratoon cropped, it could offer tremendous potential to reverse that trend.The lack of snowpack and the resulting drawdown of the reservoirs that serve the California rice area are also creating concerns about food supplies for waterfowl in that region.Petrie said the final report, which is being funded in part by the Rice Foundation, is expected to be released in March of 2014. Watch Video live on Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  4. 4. Louisiana rice producers achieve record yields in 2013 Dec. 12, 2013 Many Louisiana rice growers didn‟t think much of their crop‟s chances at the beginning of the 2013 season. But what started out looking like a disaster turned into a pretty good year. The LSU AgCenter‟s John Saichuk discussed the year in this video from the USA Rice Outlook Conference in St. Louis. Louisiana growers harvested an estimated state-wide yield average of 7,200 pounds per acre, including ratoon-crop or second-crop rice. That would be up from the previous high of 6,600 pounds. Louisiana's long growing season often allows them to grow and harvest a second crop from their original crop planting.“We think we have set a real, significant record in Louisiana this year,” said Johnny Saichuk, Extension rice specialist with the LSU AgCenter. “From the conversations we‟ve had with our farmers we think we may be around 7,200, second crop included, well above anything before.”Louisiana‟s second crop acreage also expanded,” he said. “We had over 130,000 acres of second crop rice, which is one of our highest totals in a number of years. Someone asked me if we were through harvesting for the year, and I don‟t know. I do know we cut our last verification field on Nov. 30, the latest we‟ve ever done.”Saichuk said he believes Louisiana‟s rice acreage will be about the same in 2014 as it was in 2013 with the possible exception of an increase in hybrid rice, which appears to be gaining ground in Louisiana because of its higher yield potential.Another development he reported at the Rice Outlook Conference was the growth in special purpose rice in 2013. Louisiana growers harvested 30,000 acres, most of it the Jazzman 2 line of aromatic rice. Growers also planted the Jazzman, Sabine and Hidalgo varieties. Watch Video on : Interest in organic rice grows Fri, 13 December 2013:Hor Kimsay In a sign that demand for organic rice is increasing, Mekong Oryza Trading yesterday became the first private company in Cambodia to agree to export the product abroad.Phnom Penh-based rice exporter Mekong Oryza signed the memorandum of understanding with agricultural non-profit CEDAC, which introduced the concept of organic rice farming in 2004, and became the sole exporter about five years later.Organic rice is produced without modern synthetic pesticides and chemical fertilizers. From beginning to end, the process needs to follow a clear step by step system in order to receive certification. While demand is on the rise, the market is still puny compared to Cambodia‟s staple milled rice product. On the strength of more interest in the US and EU, CEDAC estimates it will export 320 tonnes of organic rice in 2013, compared with 100 tonnes for all of last year. In the first 10 months this year, Cambodia exported nearly 300,000 tonnes of non-organic rice.As part of the agreement, starting in early 2014, Mekong Oryza Trading will Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  5. 5. provide funding to farmers and help scout potential markets. Speaking at the signing at the Rural Development Bank in Phnom Penh, Hun Lak, managing director of Mekong Oryza Trading, said that Cambodia should capitalise while it can.“[Producing] organic rice is our great opportunity,” Lak said.Yang Saing Koma, president of CEDAC, said there are 5,000 households applying organic rice methods on their farms. Farmers from 26 provinces threatens to close highways in protest of a delay in rice payment scheme Friday, 13 December 2013 By NNT – BANGKOK, 13 December 2013 Rice farmers from 26 provinces have threatened to close highways in their areas if the government fails to speedily accelerate payments to farmers who have pledged rice with the government. Prasit Boonchoey, Thai Rice Farmers Association president, said farmers demanded the caretaker government to continue the payment to farmers who had already sold their rice from 2013/2014 cropping season to the government under the rice pledging scheme.According to Prasit, a large number of farmers are still unpaid and they are now in financial troubles, lacking funds to invest in the next crop. They also cannot pay their debts incurred from buying fertilizers, insecticides, seedlings and land rents for the last crop.However, Niwatthamrong Bunsongphaisan, the caretaker minister of Commerce assured that the government had enough money to pay all farmers. The delay has been caused by the bottleneck in the registration procedures and preparations by rice millers. The government has already set aside 270 billion baht in budget for the first round of the rice pledging scheme in the 2013/2014 harvesting season while that for the second crop should have to wait for a new government to handle it. Govt. to procure 5 lakh tonnes of rice for Anna Bhagya scheme Ration shops to be kept open for first 10 days of every month from January 1 The State government has decided to procure five lakh tonnes of rice from mills to meet the requirement of the Anna Bhagya scheme.Mill owners will be paid Rs. 2,400 per quintal of rice. The flagship programme of the Congress government in the State provides 30 kg of rice per month to BPL families at Re. 1 a kg. Compulsory Mill owners would be told to supply the commodity to the government compulsorily for effective implementation of the scheme.A Cabinet meeting, chaired by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Thursday, decided to procure the Jyothi variety of paddy (boiled rice) from farmers by paying Rs. 1,600 per quintal. It had already decided to procure other variety of paddy from farmers at Rs. 1,600 per quintal. Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  6. 6. A decision has been taken to direct owners of open public distribution system (PDS) ration shops to keep shops open for the first 10 days of every month from January 1, 2014.Informing presspersons on the Cabinet decisions, Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs T.B. Jayanchandra said it has been decided to release Rs. 235.92 crore for providing food items to families of police and Fire and Emergency services personnel and midday meals to Class 9 and 10 students.The Cabinet also decided to release Rs. 14.71 crore for preparations for the caste census, which would look into the socio-economic and employment status of all castes in the State. The census would be conducted in April and May 2014, based on the 2011 Census model.The total cost has been estimated at Rs. 97.3 crore. Schoolteachers and officials of other departments would be roped in for the conduct of the survey. He said the Chairman for the Backward Classes Commission would be appointed soon.It was decided to release Rs. 314 crore for the Education Department for implementation of the Ksheera Bhagya scheme for schoolchildren.The minimum support price for palm oil has been fixed at Rs. 8,500 per tonne for the year 201314, costing the State exchequer Rs. 281.4 crore, he said.A mini Vidhana Soudha would be constructed near Nanjangud in Mysore district at a cost of Rs. 12 crore.To tackle malnutrition in Chincholi in Gulbarga and Devadurga in Raichur districts, the Karnataka Nutrition Mission would implement the scheme in two taluks by spending Rs. 30 crore from various donor agencies, Mr. Jayachandra said. Keywords: Anna Bhagya scheme, public distribution system, food subsidy, Re 1 rice, Karnataka Nutrition Mission Paddy season off colour Raakhi Jagga : Ludhiana, Fri Dec 13 2013, 05:21 hrs Private purchase at low rates jumps, says Mandi Board.Discoloured paddy due to untimely rainfall have brought losses to Punjab farmers this season because it coincided with higher purchases by private agencies, which usually pay less. Such purchases picked up from 23.39 lakh tonnes last paddy season to 28.95 lakh tonnes this season, a jump of about 24 per cent.Paddy procurement by government agencies has dropped five per cent, as compared to the last paddy season. Looking at the figures, Mandi (market) Board chairman Ajmer Singh Lakhowal has asked officials to conduct an inquiry to find where paddy procured by private purchasers has been stocked so that they can establish the price at which they procured it from farmers and how it differs from the price at which they are putting it on sale.Mandi Board records say though the government had set a minimum support price of Rs 1,345 per quintal, the actual price has fallen as low as Rs 1,285 per quintal. A few varieties got up to Rs 2,500 per quintal.Purchases at low cost were made by private agencies alone, board sources say. Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  7. 7. They alleged that some agencies sought to cover up high sales, and cited the example of a sale of 135 bags being shown as 130 bags to remove all traces of purchases below the MSP. Lakhowal says, "In the absence of any complaints from farmers, we are not able to act against any agency in particular. But we are investigating this racket at our own level because figures indicate that purchase by private agencies jumped 24 per cent, and our survey reveals that over 15 per cent paddy was sold below the MSP."As per the data till December 10, purchase by government agencies this year was 121.20 lakh tonnes against 127.39 lakh tonnes last year, a decrease of 5%. Farmers have already protested at various mandis over poor paddy procurement this season and over poor Basmati shippers in a soup as Iran stops purchases Sutanuka Ghosal & Prashant Krar, ET Bureau | Dec 13, 2013, 11.10AM IST KOLKATA/CHANDIGARH: Indian basmati rice exporters have suffered a jolt as Iran has stopped purchasing the cereal from the world market since October. The Islamic republic is weighing its options following the withdrawal of sanctions by the US and five other nations and has not invited bids for procuring rice. India is a major exporter of the Pusa 1121 variety to Iran. Talking to ET, All India Rice Exporters' Association president MP Jindal said, "It is true that Iran is not picking up rice from India for the past three months. But that is a temporary phenomenon. We have learnt that the country will place orders by early January. They are now liquidating the stock that they have in their warehouses." Earlier, Western sanctions forced India to trim oil purchases from Iran but the latter remained a loyal and large customer. As sanctions stalled dollar payments in 2012, Iran started settling part of its oil debt in rupees and Iran was making use of rupee transactions to buy goods from India. The rupee trade gave New Delhi an edge over other rice suppliers such as Islamabad which do not have such huge debts with Tehran. This enabled India to establish a near monopoly in exports. India is expected to export 40 lakh tonne of basmati rice in the current fiscal. Of this, 12 lakh tonne is expected to be imported by Iran and the rest 28 lakh tonne is expected to go to Europe and Saudi Arabia. Jindal said exports were 21 lakh tonne till October 20. The international price of basmati is at $1,450 per tonne in the current fiscal compared to $1,100 per tonne in 2012-13. In rupees, prices are in the range of Rs 5,400 to Rs 6,200 per quintal compared to Rs 2,500 to Rs 3,500 per quintal in 2012-13. Better prices in overseas markets have also pushed up basmati prices helping farmers to earn 60 per cent-80 per cent more vis-a-vis the previous fiscal. Traders say prices are expected to remain strong due to good demand and an overall spike in prices of agriculture commodities. Reports of low output due to erratic rains during the growing phase of the variety have also increased the price trend. Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  8. 8. Paddy Lifting Moves at Snail's Pace By Express News Service - SAMBALPUR Published: 13th December 2013 09:18 AM Last Updated: 13th December 2013 09:18 AM Paddy procurement is going on at a snail‟s pace in the district despite the intervention of Managing Director of Odisha State Civil Supplies Corporation (OSCSC) Suresh Kumar Vashishth and Collector Balwant Singh.While Vashishth brought about a rapprochement between farmers and millers and stressed on the need for compromise by both the parties, Singh had warned of stern action against millers if they did not lift paddy and make immediate online payment to farmers. According to reports, about 51,000 bags of paddy were lying in various market yards across the district even as more stocks were reaching the market yards till Wednesday evening. Food and Civil Supplies Officer Bijay Rath said lifting process is on and about 25,000 bags were transported on Thursday.Sources said the millers were not cooperating in transportation of paddy to the rice mills even though it has been procured by the agencies concerned. Besides, the millers are deducting the weight of paddy on account of foreign body content and have slowed down lifting, they added.As per norms, the procuring agencies make payment to the farmers only after the paddy is lifted. As the millers are deliberately delaying in lifting the stock, the payment has also been held back. As a result, the farmers are selling their stock to outsiders at a lower rate for instant payment. The worst affected area is Kuchinda sub-division where the farmers alleged that their produce is rejected by the agencies on some plea or the other.Advisor of Sambalpur Zilla Krushak Surakhya Sangathan Ashok Pradhan said online payment to farmers was a „hog wash‟ and the farmers were not getting their dues on time.Stating that Kuchinda subdivision had fallen prey to unholy nexus of millers, procurement agencies and Government officials, he said the district administration should intervene in the matter. TABLE-India Grain Prices-Delhi-Dec 13 Fri Dec 13, 2013 2:17pm IST 0 COMMENTS TABLE-India Grain Prices - Delhi - Dec 13 Rates by Asian News International, New Delhi Tel: 011 2619 1464 Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  9. 9. Indicative Grains Previous opening close (in rupees per 100 kg unless stated) ---------------------------------------------------------Wheat Desi 1,900-2,800 1,900-2,800. Wheat Dara 1,725-1,925 1,770-1,970. Atta Chakki (per 10 Kg) Roller Mill (per bag) Rice Basmati(Common) I.R.-8 Gram 1,925-2,025. 1,850-1,950 Rice Basmati(Lal Quila) Rice Sela 1,830-1,930. 1,900-2,000 Rice Basmati(Sri Lal Mahal) Rice Permal 215-240. 1,830-1,930 Maida (per bag) Sooji (per bag) 215-240 1,850-1,950. 12,000 11,500 11,500. 7,500-7,950 2,400-2,550 3,200-3,400 2,300-2,400 3,200-3,300 12,000. 7,500-7,950. 2,500-2,600. 3,200-3,400. 2,300-2,400. 3,200-3,300. Peas Green 3,350-3,570 3,340-3,540. Peas White 2,500-2,000 2,600-2,700. Bajra Jowar white 1,350-1,600 1,850-2,100 1,350-1,600. 1,850-2,100. Maize 1,500-1,800 1,500-1,850. Barley 1,400-1,450 1,400-1,450. Guwar 3,300-3,900 3,300-3,900. Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  10. 10. Source: Delhi grain market traders. Foodgrains for BPL population at highly subsidised prices New Delhi : December 13,2013 The Planning Commission estimates the percentage of population living below the poverty line in the States for rural and urban areas. Percentage of Population below poverty line by states - 2011-12 (Tendulkar Methodology) S.No. States Rural Urban Total 1 Andhra Pradesh 11.0 5.8 9.2 2 Arunachal Pradesh 38.9 20.3 34.7 3 Assam 33.9 20.5 32.0 4 Bihar 34.1 31.2 33.7 5 Chhattisgarh 44.6 24.8 39.9 6 Delhi 12.9 9.8 9.9 7 Goa 6.8 4.1 5.1 8 Gujarat 21.5 10.1 16.6 9 Haryana 11.6 10.3 11.2 10 Himachal Pradesh 8.5 4.3 8.1 11 Jammu & Kashmir 11.5 7.2 10.3 12 Jharkhand 40.8 24.8 37.0 13 Karnataka 24.5 15.3 20.9 14 Kerala 9.1 5.0 7.1 15 Madhya Pradesh 35.7 21.0 31.6 16 Maharashtra 24.2 9.1 17.4 Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  11. 11. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Puducherry A & N Islands Chandigarh Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu Lakshadweep All India 38.8 12.5 35.4 19.9 35.7 7.7 16.1 9.9 15.8 16.5 11.6 30.4 22.5 17.1 1.6 1.6 62.6 0.0 0.0 25.7 32.6 9.3 6.4 16.5 17.3 9.2 10.7 3.7 6.5 7.4 10.5 26.1 14.7 6.3 0.0 22.3 15.4 12.6 3.4 13.7 36.9 11.9 20.4 18.9 32.6 8.3 14.7 8.2 11.3 14.0 11.3 29.4 20.0 9.7 1.0 21.8 39.3 9.9 2.8 21.9 As regards sugar, the retail issue price of levy sugar under PDS in the country is Rs.13.50 per kg. since 1.3.2002, which is substantially less than the prices of sugar in the open market. In order to insulate the common man from the impact of rise in international oil prices and the domestic inflationary conditions, the Government continues to modulate the Retail Selling Price (RSP) of PDS Kerosene, resulting in incidence of under-recovery to the Public Sector Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs). Based on the Refinery Gate Price effective 1.12.2013, the OMCs are incurring under-recovery of Rs.36.20/litre on PDS Kerosene. In addition to this, Government has been providing a subsidy of Rs.0.82 per litre on PDS Kerosene from the fiscal budget under the “PDS Kerosene and Domestic LPG Subsidy Scheme, 2002” to the OMCs. Based on the Refinery Gate Price effective 1.12.2013, the Retail Selling Price of PDS Kerosene at Delhi is Rs. 14.96/litre. The RSP of PDS Kerosene has not been revised since June, 2011 and also there is no such proposal before the Government to revise the RSP of PDS Kerosene at present. Steps in operation inter-alia by the Government to contain price rise in Essential Commodities Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  12. 12. · Reduced import duties to zero – for wheat, onion and pulses and to 7.5% for refined edible oils. · Banned export of edible oils (except coconut oil, forest based oil and edible oils in blended consumer packs up to 5 kg with a Minimum Export Price of USD 1500 per MT) and pulses (except Kabuli chana and organic pulses and lentils up to a maximum of 10000 tonnes per annum). · Imposed stock limits from time to time in the case of select essential commodities such as pulses, edible oil, and edible oilseeds for a period upto 30.9.2014 and in respect of paddy and rice up to 30.11.2014. · Maintained the Central Issue Price (CIP) for rice (at Rs.5.65 per kg for BPL and Rs.3 per kg for AAY) and wheat (at Rs.4.15 per kg for BPL and Rs.2 per kg for AAY) since 2002. · Suspended Futures trading in rice, urad and tur. · Fixed the Minimum Export Price (MEP) of onion at USD 1150 per MT w.e.f. 1.11.2013. Import of onion is being contracted to meet the present deficit. States/UTs have been addressed at intervals to ensure steady supply of onion into the market to take other measures to control price rise. · Government allocated rice and wheat under Open Market Sale Scheme (OMSS). · The Government is also implementing “the Essential Commodities Act 1955” and “the Prevention of Black marketing and Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act, 1980” with the objective of preventing hoarding and black marketing of essential commodities. The State Governments/UT Administrations have been repeatedly requested to strictly enforce both the Acts and also monitor enforcement of these Acts. ISSUE PRICES AT FAIR PRICE SHOPS IN STATES/UTs (As reported by States/UTs from time to time) (as upto 30.09.13) (Rs. Per Kg.) Sl.No States BPL Wheat Rice 1 Andhra Pradesh 7.00 1.00 2 Arunachal Pradesh 4.65 6.15 3. Assam 7.00 4. Bihar 5.22 6.78 5. Chattisgarh 2.00 2.00 6. Delhi 4.80 6.30 7. Goa 6.15 8. Gujarat Rs.2.00 for 13 Rs 3.00 for 3 kg(Max) kg Rs. 7.00 for 3 Rs.7.50 for 16 kg(MaxRice Spl.) kg 9. Haryana (NFSA Under NFSA, Priority households will implemented w.e.f. receive wheat @ Rs. 2.00 per kg. 20.08.13) 10. Himachal Pradesh 5.25 6.85 Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  13. 13. 11. J&K 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal A&N Islands Chandigarh D&N Haveli Daman & Diu Lakshadweep Puducherry 4.80 5.35 (Atta) 3.00 2.00 1.00 5.00 6.25(Atta) 4.57 2.00 7.50 4.65 2.00 4.65 4.45 4.65 4.65 4.80 9.00 Free 6.40 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 6.00 6.15 6.15-7.50 6.15 6.15 2.00 4.00 Free of cost 2.00 6.15 3.00 2.00 6.05 6.15 6.00 6.45 6.15 2012-13 Month End Retail Prices of Rice Centre Feb.2 Mar.2 Apr.3 May.3 Jun.2 Jul.3 Aug.3 Sep.3 Oct.3 Jan.31. Nov.29.2 8. 8. 0. 1. 8. 1. 0. 0. 1. MI MA 2013 013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 N X Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  14. 14. DELHI 26 27 28 28 28 27 28 28 28 26 27 26 28 SHIMLA 30 30 30 32 32 NR 32 32 32 32 32 30 32 JAMMU 33 33 32 32 34 34 34 33 33 40 39 32 40 LUCKNOW 18 18 20 20 20 21 21 21 21 21 21 18 21 DEHRADUN 16 17 NR 18 22 21 21 20 21 21 21 16 22 AHMEDABAD 20 20 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 NR 19 19 20 BHOPAL 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 NR 20 20 20 MUMBAI 26 26 26 27 28 30 30 28 27 29 29 26 30 JAIPUR 23 24 24 NR 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 23 24 PATNA 25 25 NR 26 28 32 32 NR 32 32 29 25 32 BHUBANESH WAR NR 22 NR 22 22 23 23 23 24 24 24 22 24 KOLKATA 21 21 22 23 26 26 24 23 24 24 25 21 26 ITANAGAR 20 18 NR NR 21 NR 25 NR NR NR NR 18 25 GUWAHATI NR 18 NR 18 18 20 22 22 25 24 24 18 25 AGARTALA 17 NR 17 NR 17 17 22 23 30 30 31 17 31 HYDERABAD 25 25 25 25 26 26 26 26 27 27 27 25 27 BENGALURU NR 31 31 31 31 31 31 33 33 33 33 31 33 T.PURAM 32 32 NR 32 32 32 33 35 33 34 34 32 35 CHENNAI 34 34 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 30 NR 30 34 Month End Retail Prices of Wheat Centre Jan.3 Feb.2 Mar.2 Apr.3 May.3 Jun.2 Jul.3 Aug.3 Sep.3 Oct.3 Nov.29.2 1. 8. 8. 0. 1. 8. 1. 0. 0. 1. MI MA 013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 N X DELHI 19 19 19 18 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 19 JAMMU 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 17 18 LUCKNOW 15 17 16 15 16 17 16 16 16 17 18 15 18 DEHRADUN 16 17 NR 15 16 16 16 16 16 16 17 15 17 Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874
  15. 15. AHMEDABAD 15 15 17 19 19 19 19 19 19 NR 19 15 19 BHOPAL 14 14 14 14 17 17 17 17 17 NR 17 14 17 MUMBAI 28 28 28 25 26 26 26 26 26 27 29 25 29 JAIPUR 17 18 17 NR 17 17 17 17 17 18 18 17 18 PATNA 15 15 NR 18 18 20 20 NR 19 19 20 15 20 GUWAHATI NR NR NR 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 HYDERABAD 29 29 28 26 26 28 28 28 28 28 28 26 29 BENGALURU NR 22 22 22 21 22 24 24 24 24 27 21 27 T.PURAM 26 26 NR 27 26 26 24 25 26 26 27 24 27 CHENNAI 26 27 27 26 27 28 28 28 28 28 NR 26 28 NR: Not Reported This information was given by the Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Prof. K.V. Thomas in a written reply in Rajya Sabha today. For Advertising SPECS & RATES Contact: Advertising Department Mujahid Ali +92 321 369 2874 Daily Rice E-Newsletter by Rice Plus Magazine News and R&D Section Cell # 92 321 369 2874