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Tomoto Price hike in Media only: still Price Per Kg is Rs, 80.00at Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar:20/7/17: Price of tomato has crossed the Rs 100 mark in Bhubaneswar market while in retail outlets the price has gone up to Rs 120 per kg. Due to short supply of the vegetable its price has skyrocketed to Rs 80 per kg from Rs 30 per kg about a fortnight ago. About two months ago the price of tomato was between Rs 15 to Rs 20 per kilo.This is only hype in prinr media.still now even in local market tomoto price remained Rs 80 per kg

 

Sources said, the supply of tomatoes has gone down more than 60% to the market so is the consumption. Normally around 1000 tonnes of tomatoes are consumed across the state the quantity has reduced to 100 to 150 tonnes in the last few weeks.

 

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