In Mumbai’s bustling cityscape, a distinctive aroma is set to permeate the air—a scent that signifies more than just a spice. On the 27th of September, the heart of Maharashtra will play host to its first-ever Global Turmeric Conference, where a kaleidoscope of stakeholders, ranging from Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs) to traders, processors, exporters, researchers, and more, will congregate. This grand symposium aims to explore the multifaceted facets of the golden spice, delving into its production, marketing, and international trade.
A significant juncture
The esteemed Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Eknath Shinde, will be inaugurating this momentous event. Organized in partnership with Tefla’s, this conference, masterminded by NICR—a formidable arm of the NCDEX Group—promises to be a significant juncture. It sets its sights on illuminating diverse dimensions of the turmeric industry. It unveils the quest for global quality standards with a spotlight on the latest agricultural practices and a panoramic view of the Turmeric Export sector.
Paving the way for industrial growth
The conference does not merely scratch the surface; it peels back layers to reveal how cutting-edge technology, innovative processing methods, and transformative inputs are reshaping the turmeric landscape. Recognizing the pivotal role of weather conditions in crop cultivation offers a profound understanding of their influence on turmeric planting. Moreover, it charts the uncharted territories of turmeric, paving the way for strategies to invigorate industrial growth within the sector.
The gathering promises a veritable feast of insights into the dynamics of turmeric trade, shedding light on contemporary trends and proffering an exhaustive market analysis. Attendees shall glean the tools to make judicious decisions in a world characterized by the volatility of prices. Additionally, the seminar unlocks the secrets of intricate information systems tailored to the exacting demands of the turmeric sector.
The Turmeric finger Salem double polished grade A prices were Recorded at $1,64 per kg FOB.