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Delayed monsoon pushes up vegetable prices

Published: 24th June 2014 07:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th June 2014 07:28 AM   |  A+A-

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CHENNAI: The next time when you buy your vegetable stock you may have to loosen your purse strings a little, as legumes alone may be taking a lion’s share of your budget.

The prices of beans, peas and drumstick have spiralled due to a delayed monsoon.

While the price of carrots have been stable, hovering around the seasonal mark of Rs. 30 a kilo at Rs. 35, drumsticks have hit a high costing Rs. 60 a kilo with an increase by Rs. 10 from last week.

The price of tomatoes have been constant at Rs. 15 a kilo for country tomatoes at retail level. Corianders have remained pretty costly at Rs. 20 a bunch, while mint has been seemingly cool at Rs.  seven a bunch.



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