Bahrain experiences fall in tomato price

The prices of vegetables including tomato have started to drop in Bahrain after fresh supplies arrived in the country from abroad. The cooling effect has offered a sigh of relief for the public, who have been complaining against the prices of many vegetables remaining on the higher side during Ramadan.

The price of tomato was 700 fils a kilo at Manama Central Market yesterday against the peak price of BD1.1 a kilo a few days ago. 

The crisis was mainly caused by weather issues in countries, from where vegetables were mainly imported. With climatic conditions becoming normal, vegetable production will increase leading to more supplies.


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