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INTERNATIONAL PEPPER COMMUNITY
The market continued to be steady and price increased at most origins. Marginal decrease of 1% however was reported locally for black in HCMC, Vietnam from VND 177,000 to VND 175,000 per Kg this week. FOB price of Malabar and Vietnamese black Pepper increased marginally by 1%. In Lampung and Sarawak, the FOB price was stable. In the case of white pepper, the price was also reported stable.
Bandung, 12/02/2015: Mr. WDL Gunaratne, Executive Director of IPC and Mr. Nur Haryanto, Information Officer of IPC attended a meeting organized by the Indonesian Tea Board in Bandung on 12th February 2015. The meeting was attended by Mr. Rachmat Badrudin, Chairman of Indonesia Tea Board, Mr. W.D.L. Gunaratne, ED of IPC, Mrs. Sofiati Mukadi, Vice Chair, Indonesia Spice Council, representative from Directorate General of Estate Crops, Ministry of Agriculture, Estate Crops Office of West Java Province, Spice Research Institute of Indonesia (BALITTRO) and Board of Directors, PT KABEPE CHAKRA, which is operating a number of Tea Plantations, mainly in West Java.
19/03/2015 Market Review - February 2015 During February 2015, the Price Index for black pepper decreased by 5.02 points and for white pepper decreased by 5.25 points. The composite price of black pepper decreased by 1.6% to USD 9,021 per Mt from USD 9,166 in January 2015, while that of white pepper decreased by 1.8% from USD 12,679 per Mt in January 2015 to USD 12,455 in February 2015
KOCHI: Plans are afoot by the Spices Board to set up spice parks and quality testing laboratories in Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya to tap the potential of North East Indian region for spice production in a big way.
At present around 60,000 hectare in this part of the country is under spice cultivation and major spices available are King Chilly (Nagaland), Lakadong turmeric (Meghalaya), ginger, garlic, black pepper and large cardamom (Sikkim and Assam)).