Tomato price

Low supply lifts up tomato prices after a brief fall, say Dharmapuri traders

Traders alleged that most farmers divert their yield to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana where they fetch more profit than local markets.  

published on : 12th June 2022

Tomato prices to stabilise in southern states in two weeks: Food Secretary

As per the data maintained by the consumer affairs ministry, retail tomato prices are ruling between Rs 50 and 106 per kg in several locations.

published on : 2nd June 2022

Tomatoes from Kolar arrive, bring down price to Rs 90/kg

People make a beeline to Rythu Bazaars to buy fruit at Rs 65 a kg  

published on : 26th May 2022

Tomato price touches Rs 130 a kg in Kurnool

Spiralling prices may even reach Rs 150 per kg; fresh arrivals in June second week may stabilise market, say officials

published on : 25th May 2022

Tomato price touches 100/kg in Kurnool

In Kurnool, less arrivals to the market led to the abnormal increase in the tomato price.

published on : 21st May 2022

AP government steps in to keep tomato price under check

State Agriculture department to sell fruit at economical prices through rythu bazaars across the State from today.

published on : 20th May 2022

Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 75 per kg in Andhra Pradesh's Rajamahendravaram

Farmers and traders are attributing the increase in prices to crop damage due to the torrid summer and though water is available, the yield is less due to hot summer days. 

published on : 15th May 2022

Big slump in wholesale prices, tomato sold at Rs 7 per kg in Chennai

The prices have been on a decline for three weeks now, and traders said it will continue to be so for at least a month due to the continued rise in the arrival of vegetables to the market.

published on : 14th March 2022

Chennai's tomato prices may soon fall to Rs 10

However, the prices of some other vegetables continues to rise with brinjal being sold at Rs 90 kg at the wholesale market and ladies finger between Rs 60-80.

published on : 15th December 2021

Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 140 per kg in southern states of India due to rains

Tomato prices are ruling high since September-end in most retail markets of the country but there has been a sharp rise is southern states of late due to continuous rains.

published on : 6th December 2021

In bid to bring down soaring prices, HC allows temporary parking for tomato traders at Koyambedu market

However, Justice Suresh Kumar stressed that retail trade is not allowed on the space allotted for unloading the commodity and if this is violated, the access will be denied.

published on : 29th November 2021

Tomato prices may soften from December with arrival of fresh stocks from northern states

In the case of onions, retail prices have substantially subsided below to the level that prevailed in 2020 and also 2019, the government said on Friday.

published on : 26th November 2021

Tomato prices to remain elevated for two more months: Crisil Research

Prices have risen 142 per cent as on November 25 and will remain elevated for two more months till harvest from Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan starts.

published on : 26th November 2021

Koyambedu tomato traders approach HC for parking facility, say it will bring down soaring prices

However, another section of traders said the claim of Thanthai Periyar Tomato Traders Welfare Association of bringing down the prices to Rs 40 per kg is not possible given the prevailing conditions

published on : 25th November 2021

At Rs 110 per kg, tomato prices in Hyderabad on par with petrol now

Due to scarcity of tomatoes in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, demand for local tomatoes from Vantimamidi has further increased.

published on : 24th November 2021
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