Potatoes and onions are being sold at Rs 50 per kg and tomatoes at Rs 80 to Rs 100 in many places on the streets. Tura Tura has reached 120 rupees. The retail price of green vegetables is almost double that of wholesalers. At the same time, speaking of the wholesale and retail prices published on the website of the Consumer Ministry on Tuesday, the price of potatoes in the wholesale market is between Rs 2,000 to Rs 5,000 per quintal. That is, 20 to 50 rupees per kg, as different, its retail price is 25 to 60 rupees per kg. If we talk about onion, it is also selling in the wholesale market at Rs 1,300 to Rs 5,000 per quintal and in retail it is selling at Rs 18 to 60 kg. While tomatoes are being sold in bulk at 15 to 62 kg, retail prices are 20 to 120 kg.
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Wholesale and retail prices of potatoes, onions and tomatoes in big cities
Wholesale price per kg
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Retail price per kg
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Source: State Civil Supplies Department
Note: – The difference in price of a product in different centers is partly due to the difference in its variety.
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After 10 days, the price of green vegetables will start to decrease
Prices of green vegetables and tomatoes will start falling in the next 10 days. According to Adil Ahmed Khan, chairman of the Azadpur Mandi Committee, the rains have hurt the prices of green vegetables. Now that the rainy season is over, a new crop is ready. Its first arrival will start in Maui in 10 days. The new arrival of tomatoes is also expected in these 10 days. For this reason, the prices of green vegetables and tomatoes can be recorded after 10 days.