An article from Reuters India stated two possible reasons. One being that there was a “better than expected global crop” which hurt Indian exports. The other reason was that reported rainfall in Gujarat, a key exporting state, lessened consumer confidence. The article did not mention the threat of a permanent disappearance but cited these reasons as to why the spice crop is not up to par.
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