Inflation Hit Vegetables, Coriander Crossed 200

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– Tomato prices doubled in a week – people’s pockets are getting looser in the era of inflation

In the festive season, the prices of many vegetables including onions, tomatoes have started touching the sky. This is affecting the pockets of the people. Tomato prices have increased the most. Its price has almost doubled within a week. The agents of Dholpur vegetable market say that due to the rain in the last days, the arrival has decreased due to the failure of the crop.

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Dholpur. In the festive season, the prices of many vegetables including onions, tomatoes have started touching the sky. This is affecting the pockets of the people. Tomato prices have increased the most. Its price has almost doubled within a week. The agents of Dholpur vegetable market say that due to the rain in the last days, the arrival has decreased due to the failure of the crop. It is affecting the price of vegetables. Their arrival has decreased due to heavy rains in Maharashtra, and Karnataka. At the same time, the huge increase in the prices of petrol and diesel is also a big reason for this. Coriander is being sold up to Rs 200 per kg.

Tomato ruddy

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Tomatoes are mostly used in making vegetables. These days it is being used a lot in making fast food during Navratri. In such a situation, its demand is high, the arrival of tomatoes in the vegetable market has reduced significantly. Tomato is coming in limited quantity from nearby and selected areas of Uttar Pradesh. Its value has already increased. Because of this tomato is very expensive in the market. Tomato in bulk itself is 45 to 55 rupees a kg, which was 20 to 25 rupees a kg till a week ago. A new tomato crop will come in mid-November, then there will be some relief. At present, tomato is being sold in retail at Rs 60 per kg.

increase in onion

Similarly, the price of onion has reached Rs 40 to 50 per kg in bulk. Which, till a few days ago, was running at Rs 25 to 32 a kg. Onion is being sold up to Rs 40 a kg in retail. Arhtiyas believe that after Navratri, its price may increase further. Increase in demand after Navratri will affect the price.

retail price of vegetables
Vegetable Price (Rs. Per Kg)

Tomato 60
Tinde 50

Cabbage 40
Guar 40

ladyfinger 30
Potato 20

onion 40
Eggplant 40

Luffa 40
cucumber 30

Fenugreek 80
Radish 25

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