Fruit and vegetable markets today, Monday, January 23… “Prices do not get old.”

Fruit and vegetable markets today, Monday, January 23… “Prices do not get old.”
Fruit and vegetable markets today, Monday, January 23… “Prices do not get old.”
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Today, Monday, the vegetable and fruit markets witnessed prices remaining at their record levels. “Al-Bawsala News” takes the reader on a tour to monitor prices in the following report:

Tomatoes recorded between 8 and 10 pounds, turkey eggplant rose to record 8 pounds, bride eggplant rose to 10 pounds, while onions recorded 10 pounds, cucumber rose to record 12 pounds, potatoes reached between 10 and 12 pounds, taro reached 15 pounds, and garlic recorded 20 pounds, zucchini recorded between 12 and 13 pounds, bell peppers recorded 12 pounds, colored peppers recorded between 20 and 35 pounds, hot peppers reached 10 pounds, lemons ranged between 15 and 20 pounds, grape leaves recorded 60 pounds, and cucumbers ranged between 10 and 12 pounds. Okra recorded 20 and 25 pounds, carrots ranged between 10 and 12 pounds, and peas ranged between 18 and 20 pounds.

Fruit prices

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Guavas recorded 20 pounds, kiwis 35 pounds, cherries 70 pounds, pomegranates rose to between 15 and 20 pounds, avocados reached 80 pounds, imported bananas recorded 20 pounds, cantaloupes ranged between 11 and 12 pounds, strawberries reached 25 pounds, and red apples ranged between 35 and 45 pounds, American apples ranged between 30 and 35 pounds, imported peaches reached 35 pounds, navel oranges scored 20 pounds, summer and local oranges ranged at 10 pounds, white figs recorded between 15 and 20 pounds, and the parchment fig came between 15 and 17 pounds.

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