New Delhi, 24 August (NNS): The arrivals of black pepper reported to be weak from the producers in the markets of South India, due to which, the prices are reported to be high from North India. Apart from this, the export of black pepper reported to be weak and the prices of Indian black pepper has been ruling at lower level, due to which, the export seems difficulti during the near future. As a result, the prices are reported to be high to the markets of North India from Kochin. Here, the demand has been started increasing at the lower level. ON the other hand, the market has been quoted at the higher level. Today, the inferior quality red chilli is being traded at Rs 710 per kg and the best quality stock also available at Rs 725/730 per kg.