Shan State-produced cabbage sales on the rise

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Cabbages and other vegetables produced in Aungban.

Among vegetables, cabbage produced from Shan State has been sold better.
“It is time for demand for Shan State-produced vegetables to rise as vegetable production from other areas has been low. Demand has climbed up now but not better than last year. Both demand and supply are better compared to the previous three months,” said a trader, Ko Sanay Maung Maung, from the Aungban vegetable market.
At the Aungban vegetable market, tomato sales have increased, and some vegetables have been sold well.
“Including tomato, most vegetables, especially Shan State-produced ones, have been sold well. At present, vegetable production from lower Myanmar has been low; for example, tomato season ended in Monwya,” said an official from the Aungban vegetable wholesale trading centre.
At Aungban vegetable market, French bean and bell pepper prices declined while prices of tomato, snow pea, cauliflower and mustard rose.
“In Aungban, the price of snow peas is good, while the price of French beans slightly falls back, and the price of bell pepper declines, too. Top-grade tomato price has climbed up,” he said. — Thit Taw/ZS/ED

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