Cooptex Deepavali sale launched – The Hindu

Cooptex Deepavali sale was flagged off by Collector Jaya Chandra Bhanu Reddy on Friday. The Cooptex has been set a sales target of ₹1.60 crore for the district. This envisions a targeted sales of ₹80 lakh for Krishnagiri and ₹80 lakh for Hosur.

Flagging off the sale, Collector Jaya Chandra BHanu Reddy urged the public to encourage handloom weavers by making their purchases for the festival season here. Cooptex’s Deepavali discount envisions up to 30% rebate on sarees.

According to the administration, this year, real zari work silk sarees from Kancheepuram ranging from ₹5,000 to ₹40,000 and Arani silk sarees ranging from ₹5,000 to ₹8,000 are up for sale. The sale is to encourage public to purchase handloom products and help local weavers. Similarly, organic cotton sarees from Coimbatore, Dindigal, Salem, Erode, and Kalamkari work sarees are also available.

Besides, export quality products that include quilts, aprons, bedspreads, door and

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Turmeric sale touches 90% – The Hindu BusinessLine

Spot prices of turmeric at the markets in Erode edged up a tad while registering 90 per cent sale.

“After number of days, the sale of turmeric at the four markets has increased. At the weekend day (Friday) of the four markets three markets experienced cent percent sale. At the Erode Turmeric Merchants Association sales yard alone the sale was 45 per cent and at the remaining three markets of Regulated Marketing Committee, Erode Cooperative Marketing Society and Gobichettipalayam Agricultural Marketing Society cent per cent sale was recorded. In all the markets only medium variety turmeric was arrived and sold. There was slight increase in the price of finger turmeric by ₹50-100 a quintal”, said RKV Ravishankar, President, Erode Turmeric Merchants Association.

Though the turmeric traders are waiting for fresh upcountry demand, they purchased limited stocks. The price of the commodity at the Futures remains in minus status.

At the

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