Prices of tomatoes continue to rise, prices rise to 140

New Delhi: Tomato prices are not expected to come down in some states of the country. There are many states where the supply of tomatoes is being affected due to heavy rains and due to this, the prices of tomatoes are witnessing a spurt. Let me tell you that now the retail prices of tomatoes in some parts of South India have gone up to Rs.140 per kg. Yes, and this information is given through government data. Moreover, tomato prices have remained high in most retail markets in the country since the end of September, but incessant rains have led to a sharp spurt in prices in southern states.

Let me tell you all that tomato is being sold at Rs.125 per kg in Thiruvananthapuram, Rs.105 per kg in Palakkad and Wayanad, Rs.94 per kg in Thrissur, Rs.91 per kg in Kozhikode and Rs.83 per kg in Kottayam. 100 per kg in Mangalore and Tumkuru, Rs 75 per kg in Dharwad, Rs 74 per kg in Mysore, Rs 67 per kg in Shivamogga, Rs 64 per kg in Davangere and Rs 57 per kg in Bengaluru. 102 per kg in Ramanathapuram, Rs.92 per kg in Tirunelveli, Rs.87 per kg in Cuddalore, Rs.83 per kg in Chennai and Rs.75 per kg in Dharmapuri.

In Andhra Pradesh, tomatoes were sold at Rs 77 per kg in Visakhapatnam and Rs 72 per kg in Tirupati, while in Telangana, in Warangal, tomatoes were Rs 85 per kg. 30-83 per kg last Monday, whereas in the Western Region, the prices were Rs.30-85 per kg and in the Eastern Region, it was Rs.39-80 per kg.

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