Seasonal fresh tamarind leaves fetch high price

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A local person who plucks the tamarind leaves supplies about three to five viss of tamarind leaves a day to Kyaukpadaung market in the district.

The seasonal fresh tamarind leaves are selling well at K7,000 per viss (a viss equals 1.6kg) in NyaungU district, Mandalay Region, allowing the growers to earn well in the meantime.
A local person who plucks the tamarind leaves supplies about three to five viss of tamarind leaves a day to Kyaukpadaung market in the district. The tamarind leaves are seasonal vegetable, and the housewives mostly make a salad with the leaves. And it is also the common ingredient in the curry in Myanmar.
Moreover, some tea leaf processors buy tamarind leaves and mix them with the tea leaf. Some ferment the tamarind leaves. In the early season, the price is relatively high. It will slide during the abundant season. — Ko Htein (KPD)/GNLM

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