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Rice News - Govind Bhog Rice Price Rises in West Bengal due to Strong Domestic and Export Demand
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Govind Bhog Rice Price Rises in West Bengal due to Strong Domestic and Export Demand

Govind Bhog rice price in Bengal intensifies due to strong domestic and export demand. It is exporting better in Dubai and West Asia. The interesting fact is that the production of this fragrant Govind Bhog rice is also increasing gradually with the producers getting good income. The farmers of Bengal have generally been emphasizing on increasing the production of Swarna rice, which is a common species. Govind Bhog paddy-rice prices are higher than Swarna. Last year, the average market price of Govind Bhog paddy was Rs 3200 per quintal, which has increased by 10-15 per cent to Rs 3500 per quintal in the current year. The mill price of rice is running around Rs 6000 per quintal and the retail market price is around Rs 7500 per quintal.