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Watch: How our onion consumption has increased with time

Price of onion shot up to a whopping Rs 200 per kg in Bengaluru due to severe short supply in the market, an official said.

Price of onion shot up to a whopping Rs 200 per kg in Bengaluru due to severe short supply in the market, an official said.
State-run trading company MMTC is importing onions to check spiralling prices and the shipment is expected to arrive by January 20, Union Minister Danve Raosaheb Dadarao said in Rajya Sabha.
Delayed and prolonged rains are the main reason for damage to onion crops, Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Dadarao said during Question Hour.
He said the government used buffer stock to meet the crisis.
"Onion prices are rising ... there can be no two opinions. Late rains and prolonged rains damaged onion crop...But government had buffer stock, it was distributed from that. MMTC is importing from various countries and it is expected by January 20," the Minister said replying to a supplementary.
On Thursday, onion prices which have been fluctuating for over a month in Delhi, touched Rs 109 per kg in many markets in the city.
Here's a look at how our onion consumption has increased with time.