Cauliflowers from hilly regions and plains flood Mandalay market

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Cauliflowers. photo: Maung aye chan

Cauliflowers from both hilly regions and plains are flooding the Thirimarlar vegetable market in Aungmyethazan District, Mandalay Region. These vegetables are being sold well in the Mandalay market, according to U Aung Moe Naing, the owner of Aung Broker House.
Currently, approximately four to five 6-wheel trucks carrying cauliflowers enter the market regularly. The current market price ranges from K1,500 to K1,700 per piece.
“Cauliflowers from the plains arrive at the market daily. Additionally, cauliflowers from the Aungban region are also arriving every day,” said U Aung Moe Naing. “Other crops such as tomatoes, cabbages, potatoes, Chinese cabbage, carrots, bitter gourds and onions are also being sold well,” he added.
Cauliflowers, mainly grown in Myanmar’s hilly regions and plains, are available all year round.
Currently, Thirimarlar green grocery market is open from 4 am to 8 pm. — Maung Aye Chan/KZL

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