Vegetable Price

Vegetable prices plummet before Onam

For those anxious about the rise in vegetable prices this Onam, fret not.

published on : 31st August 2019

Bengaluru citizens clueless about vegetable, fruit prices

Taking advantage of the situation, other private portals are posting rates of fruits and vegetables on their websites, claiming that the price is the same as what HOPCOMS offers.

published on : 24th August 2019

Owing to heavy rains vegetable prices soar in Haryana, Punjab 

Traders said tomato prices doubled from Rs 40 to Rs 80 per kg, peas cost Rs 90 per kg to Rs 120 per kg, cauliflower at around Rs 100 per kg from Rs 60-70 per kg earlier.

published on : 22nd August 2019

Vegetable prices shoot up in Bengaluru post floods in state

The prices of vegetables, especially onions, have doubled in the past 10 days.

published on : 22nd August 2019

Vegetable prices soar amid scarcity again in Odisha's Koraput

Local demand for vegetables is met by the output from Borrigumma, Pottangi, Nandapur, Lamtaput and Semiliguda farmlands.

published on : 21st July 2019

Vijayawada residents feel the pinch as veggie prices soar due to scant rains

The sudden rise in the prices of vegetables has been attributed to drop in production due to the delayed monsoon.

published on : 23rd June 2019

Water crisis hits vegetable market, prices hit the roof in Chennai

They are dry on arrival  and have no taste when cooked,” added the vendor.

published on : 17th June 2019

Scarcity in local markets hikes vegetable prices post-cyclone Fani

Even as Fani had little impact in Koraput district, vegetable prices have gone up here following the cyclonic storm.

published on : 17th May 2019

Tomatoes to cost more, meals may turn ‘sour’

The president of Koyambedu Vegetable Wholesale Merchants Association, S Chandran says that the demand for tomatoes is not more, but the yield is less which is causing the price to rise.

published on : 25th April 2019

Vegetable prices go through the roof after elections in Vijayawada

As on Saturday afternoon, there were no stocks of tomatoes and chilies left at the rythu bazar, as consumers thronged the market after it remained closed on two consecutive days.

published on : 14th April 2019

Crude shock: Rising prices spoil festive spirit in Chennai

Rates of basic staples hit Rs 80 per kg last week, vendors at Koyambedu Wholesale Market blame it on poor rainfall and high fuel cost.

published on : 13th April 2019

Vegetable, fruit prices soar in Thiruvananthapuram festival market

Despite sustainable supply, prices of vegetables and fruits have gone high.

published on : 11th April 2019