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Vegetable price at purchasing capacity in port city

16 January 2023
Vegetable price at purchasing capacity in port city

Chattogram Bureau :
The price of vegetables has decreased slightly over the last one week. Most of the vegetables are available between Tk30-Tk40.Such a picture can be seen when visiting raw markets in different areas of the city.
Tomatoes are being sold at Tk40, brinjal at Tk30-Tk60, cucumber at Tk50-Tk60, beetroot at Tk80, shrimp at Tk50, titkarla at Tk60, rice at Tk60, cabbage at Tk20-Tk30, green pepper at Tk120. Also cauliflower is sold at Tk30-Tk40, beans Tk30-Tk50, Radish Tk20-Tk30, Lati Tk50-Tk60.
The price of these vegetables has decreased by Tk20 to Tk30 per kg. Traders said that the supply of vegetables has increased since the beginning of the year. Vegetables are constantly coming from Satkania, Chandanish, Dohazari, Jessore, Cumilla and Rajshahi.

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