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Tomato Prices Dips in The Wholesale Market Of Delhi

Amar Ujala Network, New Delhi

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Fri, 26 Nov 2021 05:23 AM IST

Summary

Prices will come down further in the coming days due to increase in arrivals.

The price of tomato, which is hitting a century in the retail market, has slipped to Rs 30 per kg in the wholesale market. Due to spurt in arrivals, prices have gone up in the capital’s mandis.

However, the prices of indigenous tomatoes coming from Himachal Pradesh have not decreased and were sold up to Rs 50 per kg in the mandis. The brokers are speculating that in the coming days the prices will come down further, so that the common people will be able to eat along with the special.

At present, the price of tomato is around Rs 70 per kg in the retail market, but the prices have halved in the wholesale mandis. In the past, tomatoes sold for Rs 50-60 per kg were sold up to Rs 30 on Thursday. The head of Ghazipur Mandi, Surendra Goswami, said that the price of tomatoes has slowed down due to more arrivals. In the coming days, it will fall further and will be accessible to the common people. With the increase in arrivals, hoarders have also pulled their hands in view of the rising price.

A large number of vehicles arrived from Madhya Pradesh
Due to the tomato coming from Madhya Pradesh, the prices have come down suddenly. The arhtiyas say that tomatoes were coming from Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh in the past. On Thursday, a large number of tomato carts arrived from Madhya Pradesh. Rajeev Kumar, the agent of Azadpur Mandi, said that the crop was damaged due to rain, but tomato production has increased in Madhya Pradesh. Indigenous tomato coming from Himachal has not become cheap yet.

Arrival in Azadpur

  • Total train reached 22 to 25.
  • There is 650 carats in a car.
  • There are 25-26 kg of tomato per carat.

Expansion

The price of tomato, which is hitting a century in the retail market, has slipped to Rs 30 per kg in the wholesale market. Due to spurt in arrivals, prices have gone up in the capital’s mandis.

However, the prices of indigenous tomatoes coming from Himachal Pradesh have not decreased and were sold up to Rs 50 per kg in the mandis. The brokers are speculating that in the coming days the prices will come down further, so that the common people will be able to eat along with the special.

At present, the price of tomato is around Rs 70 per kg in the retail market, but the prices have halved in the wholesale mandis. In the past, tomatoes sold for Rs 50-60 per kg were sold up to Rs 30 on Thursday. The head of Ghazipur Mandi, Surendra Goswami, said that the price of tomatoes has slowed down due to more arrivals. In the coming days, it will fall further and will be accessible to the common people. With the increase in arrivals, hoarders have also pulled their hands in view of the rising price.

A large number of vehicles arrived from Madhya Pradesh

Due to the tomato coming from Madhya Pradesh, the prices have come down suddenly. The arhtiyas say that tomatoes were coming from Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh in the past. On Thursday, a large number of tomato carts arrived from Madhya Pradesh. Rajeev Kumar, the agent of Azadpur Mandi, said that the crop was damaged due to rain, but tomato production has increased in Madhya Pradesh. Indigenous tomato coming from Himachal has not become cheap yet.

Arrival in Azadpur

  • Total train reached 22 to 25.
  • There is 650 carats in a car.
  • There are 25-26 kg of tomato per carat.

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