The weekly tea auction was postponed on Tuesday amid violent protests against upcoming elections, traders said.
Bangladesh has been rocked by a series of shutdowns and transport blockades over the past few weeks, crippling economic activity.
“We have to cancel the tea auction this week as a continuous blockade limited movements of traders and disrupted supplies,” an official at the Tea Traders Association of Bangladesh said.
Tea sold in the last auction remained at warehouses in Chittagong, he added.
In the previous auction, tea prices slipped for a second straight week as local buyers showed poor demand amid political violence.
Bangladesh’s main opposition party on Monday extended a 72-hour nationwide road, water and railway blockade to demand the prime minister quit and elections be held under a non-party administration.