The Chana Commodity Market
The Chana Commodity Market is a regional market for buying and selling the produce and processed agricultural products of India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. It covers all the major product categories including cereals, pulses, oil seeds, vegetables, fruits, and honey, as well as some specialty products like skins and meat.
Buying and selling of products are carried out through the commodity market on an order-to-date basis. Traders and importers are provided the chance to place their orders at the National Commodity Trading Center. They can also place their orders on the World Wide Web. Once their orders have been placed, the trading facility is provided to them from anywhere in the world.
The Chana Commodity Market is mainly used by traders to buy and sell products at fair prices. Most of the products sold here are produced and marketed by small and medium-sized farmers and landless laborers. Some products are produced by larger companies but sell at higher prices due to a higher demand or as they are considered to be superior or special.
The Chana Commodity Market has a Central Office that takes care of its trading operations. It also has a Supply Chain Office that handles the distribution of products. Its traders must register at the Commodity Market.
All products are priced in India's currency and are quoted using the Indian currency pair (Rs/INR). All goods are shipped from India's ports to India's domestic markets to enable the country's business houses and traders to establish close and effective trading relations with their Indian customers.
The Chana Commodity Market price of commodities follows four different scales: Export, Import, Raw Materials, and Handling charges. Products' prices are fixed on their volume and weight to prevent them from being overpriced.
All products are imported from countries such as US, Australia, New Zealand, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, and Malaysia. The best quality products are sold at the highest price and these include brand names like Ram-Bon and Yamndi. A wide range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian foods is available here and the fruits and vegetables are priced accordingly.
The Chana Commodity Market has lots of product options and an experienced set of traders and exporters. Before selecting a product to purchase, it is best to do research on the product's range and quality.