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Veggies’ Cost Goes a Tad Up in Capital after Sporadic Showers

June 16
14:03 2015

vegiesNew Delhi, Tuesday, June 16 – Unexpected showers in the national capital made vegetables to get a tad expensive without any prior indication.

The rise in the price of common kitchen is supposed to disturb household budgets of the middle and lower class populace who have to manage a lot of things in limited earnings.

Desi tomato prices have shot up from INR 20 to INR 30. The other variety is sold at INR 40 and INR 50, depending on the quality.  Potatoes’ rates per kilogram have increased from INR 10 to INR 15. A slight increase in the price of onions has been noticed too.

Delhi people find it a little bit hard to include nutritious elements in a variety of cuisines thanks to sudden hike. Frequent rains are held responsible for the quick rise which is confusing the buyers, who like other people, were eying precipitation to occur and breathe life into the standing crops.

Many either avoided buying turnips, spinach, peas, capsicum, baby corn, mushrooms, cauliflower, cabbage, cucumber, beetroot, bottle gourd, bitter gourd, beans, carrots, squash and lady finger or purchased in little amount just to maintain the taste they usually do.

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