The rising prices of vegetables are troubling the common man who is suffering from financial crisis due to Corona. If the onion wants to cry, the potato eyes are rolling. However, tomatoes in many cities have started losing their temper now. His redness has decreased slightly, but is still batting above 50. Actually there is more than double the difference between wholesale and retail prices of vegetables.
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On October 4, in Lucknow Sabzi Mandi, where desi tomato is being sold for 40 to 45 rupees per kg, while it came to 60 rupees by coming to the street. At the same time, cauliflower is being sold in bulk for Rs 12 to 15 kg, while in retail it is four times the rate. While cabbage is getting 8 to 13 rupees and okra 10 to 12 kg in bulk. If we talk about different parts of the country, then the attitude of potato is getting sharper. According to the website of the Consumer Ministry, on October 4, the retail price of potato is 30 to 55 rupees per kg. At the same time, tomato is being sold for 15 to 80 rupees per kg, while onion is now being sold for between 25 and 60 rupees. Let’s see what the prices of potato, onion and tomato are in different cities ..
Source: State Civil Supplies Department
Note: – The difference in prices of a commodity at different centers is partly due to differences in its variety.