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Poor turnout in Sunday bazaar despite low veggies rates
 
 
 

LAHORE - Due to cold weather, less numbers of people visited Sunday bazaars of the City.
Besides, the rain on Saturday night disrupted the supply of vegetables and fruits into bazaars. The rates of some vegetables, however, were noted low despite of less stock of vegetables. The price of potato was further declined due to harvesting of new crop gain momentum. The rates of potato were fixed at Rs21 to 22 per kg while sold at Rs25 per kg. Onion rate reduced by Rs3 per kg fixed at Rs27 to 29 per kg sold at Rs30 per kg.
Tomato price was reduced by Rs14 per kg, fixed at Rs31 to 34 per kg. Garlic China was fixed at Rs116 and garlic local at Rs122 per kg. Ginger China was increased by Rs30 per kg fixed at Rs202 per kg, Thailand by Rs 14 per kg fixed at Rs196, and Ginger India by Rs30 per kg fixed at Rs172 per kg and sold at Rs202 per kg. Brinjal price was fixed at Rs14 per kg sold at 15 per kg. Cucumber farm was fixed at Rs11 per kg and sold at Rs20 per kg. Cauliflower price was reduced by Rs5 per kg and fixed at Rs10 per kg, cabbage was sold at Rs15 per kg. Price of biter gourd fixed at Rs52 to 55 per kg, and sold at Rs80 per kg. Pumpkin price was increased by Rs4 per kg, fixed at Rs25 per kg, sold at Rs30 per kg. Pea rate was gained by Re one per kg, fixed at Rs38 per kg sold at Rs40 per kg.
Capsicum price was fixed at Rs76 to 80 per kg, sold at Rs100 per kg. Green chilli was reduced by Rs3 per kg fixed at Rs40 per kg, sold at Rs50 per kg. Lemon price was fixed at Rs30 to 35 per kg, sold at Rs40 per kg. Reddish rate was gained by Rs1 per kg and fixed at Rs10 to 12 per kg, sold at Rs20 per kg. Carrot price was reduced by Rs4 per kg fixed at Rs13 per kg, sold at Rs20 per kg. Turnip rate was fixed at Rs15 to 17 per kg, sold at Rs20 per kg. Methi price was fixed at Rs15 to 18 per kg with an increase of Rs3 per kg, sold at Rs20 per kg. Spinach farm price was fixed at Rs10 per kg, local at Rs15 to 16 per kg sold at Rs20 per kg. Green Beans was fixed at Rs40 to 42 per kg and sold at Rs80 per kg.
Similarly, the fruits rates remained as: apple was fixed at Rs52 to 102 per kg, while lower quality was sold in the range of Rs50 to 100 per kg.
Banana fixed at Rs43 to 52 per dozen, lower quality was sold at Rs50 per dozen while outside the makeshift markets it A-quality was sold at Rs40 per dozen. Pomegranate reached Rs178 to 182, lower quality sold at Rs190 per kg. Orange was fixed at Rs 44 to 82 per dozen.

 
 
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