‘Ande Ka Funda…’ Football World Cup in Qatar Benefits Indian Farmers, Know Full Story

Doha: India is just not taking part in FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, nevertheless it has made a distinction off the sphere. The host nation for egg exports is popping to India and Tamil Nadu, the hub of egg manufacturing, is taking part in a serious position in this. Namakkal district of Tamil Nadu has emerged as a serious provider of egg exports to Qatar. Also in the course of the soccer event, exports have doubled. That means whether or not it’s Sunday or Monday, eggs are being offered in Qatar.

Eggs being exported from Namakkal in Tamil Nadu to Qatar have additionally affected international egg costs. According to the report, egg costs have elevated globally as a result of ongoing FIFA World Cup amid the continued battle between Russia and Ukraine.

Exports doubled in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu is the main state in the nation in phrases of egg manufacturing. There are about 1,100 poultry farms in the state and about 700 of them are in a single – ‘Namakkal’ – district. According to a report in HT, Tamil Nadu Poultry Farmers Association president K. Singrai says that usually one crore eggs are exported from Tamil Nadu to Qatar each month. Since final two months this demand has elevated to 2 to 2.5 crore eggs per thirty days. The direct purpose for that is the FIFA World Cup being held in Qatar.

60 million eggs are produced daily
60 million eggs are produced daily in Namakkal district of Tamil Nadu. Eggs are provided from right here to Kerala, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal. No one can match Namakkal in the provision of eggs in the nation.

Turkey raises costs, Tamil Nadu is completed
While the demand for eggs in Qatar has elevated as a result of FIFA World Cup, egg costs have elevated in the West as a result of Russia-Ukraine battle. Poultry farms in India and Tamil Nadu have additionally benefited from this. Singraj says that eggs are primarily provided to Qatar from Turkey. But now a carton of eggs (a field of 360 eggs) from Turkey is being offered for $35, whereas a field of eggs despatched from Namakkal prices simply $29.

Apart from this, the export of eggs has elevated not solely to Qatar. The demand for eggs has additionally elevated in different nations. According to Singraj, 8 to 10 million eggs are more likely to be exported from Tamil Nadu in the month of November alone. Meanwhile, these eggs, weighing 48 to 52 grams every and having a shelf lifetime of three months, are shipped from Namakkal to Qatar through Thoothukudi or Chennai ports, the report stated.

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