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World Pepper Prices Show Marginal Changes Across Varieties According to IPC Update
Published on: Mar 23 2023, 10:13
According to the International Pepper Association's (IPC) update on March 21st, the world pepper prices for various types of peppers compared to the previous day are as follows:
Lampung black pepper from Indonesia: priced at $3,500 per ton, up by 0.14% from the previous day.
Brazilian black pepper ASTA 570: priced at $2,950 per ton, with no change from the previous day.
Kuching black pepper from Malaysia ASTA: priced at $4,900 per ton, with no change from the previous day.
Muntok white pepper: priced at $6,027 per ton, up by 0.15% from the previous day.
Malaysian white pepper ASTA: priced at $7,300 per ton, with no change from the previous day.
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