Market Yard, 29th: Compared to the previous week, the arrival of fruits and vegetables on Sunday has been stable. However, onion, ginger, cauliflower, cabbage, brinjal and capsicum prices declined due to relatively low demand, while potato prices rose. The prices of all other fruits and vegetables are stable, said Vilas Bhujbal, president of Aadte Association.
About 70 to 80 vehicles arrived in the market. 10 to 11 trucks of carrots from Rajasthan, 4 to 5 tempo cabbage from Karnataka, Gujarat, 4 to 5 tempo green chillies from Karnataka and Gujarat, 4 to 5 tempo shevaga from Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, 18 to 20 trucks of peas from Madhya Pradesh, About 14 to 15 trucks of garlic had arrived from Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
About 1400 to 1500 sacks of Satari came, about 5 to 6 tempos of cabbage, 10 to 12 tempos of cauliflower, 8 to 10 tempos of okra, 7 to 8 tempos of cluster beans (guar), 10 to 12 tempos of capsicum, 6 to 6 thousand boxes of tomatoes, about 50 to 60 bags of groundnuts, 3 to 4 bags of beans, 8 to 10 bags of red pumpkin, 2 to 3 bags of green chillies, 70 trucks of old onions and 5 trucks of new onions arrived.
The market has been in a good mood for the past few days. But compared to that, the demand for fruits and vegetables is less. Therefore, the prices of vegetables are low.
- Amol Ghule, Vice President, Adte Association