Barley is one of the largest feed grain crops produced in the world. Barley can be used for livestock feed, human food, and malt production. The total production of barley in the year 2019-20 stood approximately at around 156.41 million tons. This was an increase from the production of 140.6 million tons in the year 2018-19. Barley is one of the earliest grains to be cultivated by early humans across a wide range of climate and geographical areas. The origins of the barley can be traced back to ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. The crop is grown in approximately 70 million hectares around the world. Developing countries alone account for about 18% (26 million tons). Some of the leading producers of barley in the world are the EU, Russia, Canada, and Ukraine. In India, the leading producers of barley are the states of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab. Owing to its several applications, Barley has become one of the most traded commodities in the domestic as well as international market. Importers are procuring barley in bulk because of its great demand in the recent decades. It also has several nutritional benefits. Some of them have been listed below-
Chickpeas are also known as garbanzo beans and are a part of the legume family. Though the commodity has become popular recently, its history dates back to a thousand years in the land of middle-east. In India, it is one of the most common vegetable ingredients. Some of the leading producers of chickpeas in the world are countries like India, Australia, Turkey, Russia, and the USA. Owing to its nutrition and great health benefits, it is finding acceptance among the foreign population. As a matter of fact, chickpeas have emerged as one of the five leading pulses based on sales value. For the past few years, India has been the leading producer of chickpeas. In the year 2018, the country produced almost 11 million tons. Australia accounted for almost 2 million tons while the total global production stood at approximately 18 million tons. Australia, Canada, and Argentina are some of the leading exporters of chickpeas. In India, states with a high volume of chickpeas production are Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Maharashtra. Based on high domestic demand, many suppliers have started trading online. Customers can buy chickpeas online without the need to be physically present. Some of the benefits of chickpeas are listed below-
Rice is the main staple diet for more than half of the world’s population. India holds the unique distinction of being the largest exporter of basmati and non-Basmati rice. The leading producers of rice in the world are countries like China, India, Thailand, Vietnam and Bangladesh.
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A brief overview: Impact of Covid-19 on global trade
Trade pre-COVID-19 was very mainstream. Importers and Exporters would travel to different nations, deal through trade mediators, or participate in trade-fairs. Conventional trading is a usual practice but due to Coronavirus lockdown, things changed drastically, trading for any commodity immediately stopped, for a while. Shipping too was affected, as even traveling of goods got banned. This temporary halt imbalanced the complete import/export cycle.
Even trade-fairs currently look like an impractical task and no government is willing to allow events, to maintain social distancing.
Also, traveling to restore or increase business is a dilemma for the traders. Until the vaccine isn’t out, everyone is worried about survival let alone trading. However, with partial unlocking of the economy, reinstating trade has become crucial. A Lot of exporters have lost buyers, as they couldn’t supply on time.
These discrepancies are on the ground-level, impacting the complete economy, slowly.
To cater and eliminate this trade process hindrance everyone is trying to look for feasible ways.
Further, we have mentioned an unerring trading technique.
The future of global trade: Tradologie.com
Conferences, schools, fitness, cooking, every sector is trying digital channels to revive or maintain their work. To cater to an area untouched and infuse technology in it, Tradologie.com was invented. It is the amalgamation of global trade and technology.
Tradologie.com’s online platform brings both buyers and sellers online in real-time. One buyer can deal with multiple verified suppliers at one time and attain the best prices. Similarly, a supplier can bid for bagging the order to multiple buyers, everything without stepping out of their comforts.
We ensure verification, inspection, and security, everything through just a simple mobile app. The live dealing feature helps in transparent negotiations yet we keep all the buyer/seller information private until the deal is sealed.
Bulk procurement digitally is a seamless structure and we have designed one. It is a complete inquiry-to-delivery structure for any commodity procurement. We have a well-designed system for the international logistic solution as well, helping suppliers to book shipment via trusted and verified forwarding agents.
Now! You can trade without leaving homes, traveling, and maintaining complete social distancing.
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As per the latest notification, the restriction to ship Bangalore rose onions and Krishna Puram onion was also stated.
Earlier, the preceding categories were free to be exported
The reason this step was taken, was due to a shortage in the Indian market leading to increased rates.
Officials stated “ this shortage is seasonal as India supplied high quantities of onion in the past few months, while the world was under strict Pandemic lockdown”
India exported $198 million of onions in the April-June period of FY21 and $440 million in the entire cycle of 2019-2020.
Indian onions have high demand globally and this isn’t the first time a step like this was initiated.
Last year too, India banned the export of onions, an essential vegetable in Indian kitchens including onion prices were set to a minimum of $850 per tonne to curb its export and to assist in bringing down the soaring prices. This activity was conducted as floods in major states, last year, a spoiled major quantity of the vegetable.
Maharashtra and Karnataka are the highest onion producing states and growth levels in the states will decide the ban lift this year.
While the hold on export might be troublesome for some exporters, the hold is temporary as soon onion will be free to export.
Tradologie.com, a facilitator for onion exports has a certain outlook on this ban, follow through to understand.
Tradologie.com’s outlook on the onion export ban
We at Tradologie have always tried to make export effortless for our associates, this unfortunate ban might impact the trade market, however, we feel that this is a temporary hold to balance the domestic onion trade.
Once the ban is lifted, which we believe is very soon, re-starting onion export won’t be a problem.
Tradologie.com has a buyer guild of 2,00,000 ready-to-purchase buyers and negotiation with them will happen via a simple mobile app, complete eradication of calling, or emailing the buyer.
Creating a seamless channel for onion export.
Until then, let’s centralize the domestic onion market and come back with a bang.
India is an agriculture dominated economy, 70% of the rural population in India is dependent on agri-goods for their livelihoods, in the last recorded term, the country produced 275 million tonnes of food grain. Agricultural industry provides business to other sectors too like the food supply industry, logistics, storage industry etc. In short, agriculture is highly responsible for economic sustainability of the country. Just not for self-sustainability, Indian food supply chain is spread globally as well. Indian government is always trying to elevate the farming sector, however for the first time ever organisations are considering the plea of suppliers as well. Private sectors are recognizing these needs in-order to create a smooth supply chain. Followed are two latest setups revolutionising agricultural trade.