Exports till April 25 this year dropped 2% from a year ago to 125,073 tonnes, according to Coffee Board data.
The international rubber consortium said it was considering reduction of export volumes.
Indian black pepper prices are hovering around $9,000/tonne which makes exports uncompetitive.
Following a spell of summer rains, the cardamom prices fell by Rs 200 to around Rs 1100 per kg prompting the growers to hold the stock.
The excess production has been estimated to be around 3 lakh tonnes, which may need more cold storages.
International NR prices which were over Rs 40 per kg higher than Indian prices on February 1, have crashed in the last few weeks.
With harvest getting over in the main growing areas of Gujarat and Rajasthan, an anticipated decline in production is spurring prices.
The ban had put the pepper and instant coffee exporters in India in a fix.
Cashew kernel exports at 8,680 tonnes valued at Rs 586 crore in January is up 17% in quantity and 46% in value from a year ago.
This is despite the fact that prices have declined over the past few weeks after a rally which started at the beginning of this year.
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