India is the biggest producer, consumer and exporter of dried red chillies in the world.

The main markets of dried red chilli stock in India are Guntur market, Warangal market, Byadagi market, Khammam market and Madhya Pradesh market. These local markets play an important role in the export price of the Indian dried red chilli.

In an unexpected turn of

events this year, the chilli market has witnessed an unprecedented surge in demand, leading to a significant storage crunch in cold storage facilities in Byadagi in Haveri district.

The soaring demand has left farmers grappling with the challenge of finding adequate storage space for their produce, forcing many to transport their chilli bags to distant districts of Andhra Pradesh.
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