Vegetable Price increased in Koyambedu Vegetable Market
Koyambedu vegetable price for of carrot, beans, okra, and broad beans Goes Hike. The rate of some of the vegetables in the Koyambedu wholesale vegetable market have increased upto 20%.
The price of carrot is increased by Rs.30 per kg and now sold at Rs.70 per kg. The price of beans is increased by Rs. 20 per kg and now sold at Rs. 70 per kg.
The prices of okra (lady’s finger), cluster beans (Kothavarankai) and colocasia (Seppankizhangu) were also increased by Rs.10 per kg in koyambedu vegetable markert in chennai.
The quantity of arriving small onions (sambar onion) from northern states has increased – this has brought down the price of small onions (sambar onion) which was sold at Rs. 150 per kg down to Rs. 110 per kg.
Tomato, which was sold at Rs. 60 per kg 2 days ago, is now sold at Rs. 55 per kg.
For the 1st time ever, the price red plantain bananas have come down by 50% and are sold at Rs. 40 per kg.
As the recent banana harvest has been rather good, the other brands of bananas were sold at lower prices at Rs. 100 per tar (a big bunch).