Mumbai rains: Here's how much tomatoes and other veggies will cost thanks to the monsoons
Mumbai rains: Here's how much tomatoes and other veggies will cost thanks to the monsoons
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Mumbai: The vegetable prices saw a rise earlier due to the inconsistent supply amidst the lockdown imposed to restrict the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, now the prices of the vegetables have again gone up as the rains have lashed the city. The rise in the prices will definitely impact the budget of regular households.

Here are the prices of the veggies (as on July 22):

Bitter gourd: Rs 80 per kg

Brinjal: Rs 80 per kg

Cabbage: Rs 80 per kg

French Beans: Rs 40 per kg

Chillies: Rs 120 per kg

Capsicum: Rs 90 per kg

Garlic: Rs 170 per kg

Long Beans: Rs 100 per kg

Snake gourd: Rs 65 per kg

Tomatoes: Rs 60 per kg

Fenugreek: Rs 40 per bunch

Spinach: Rs 30 per bunch

Meanwhile, rain is expected to increase around July 26 or 27 over Mumbai and suburbs. However, it is predicted to be moderate and not heavy rain, reported Asian Age.

“We do not expect any significant upcoming weather activity over Mumbai and suburbs for at least the next three to four days. The sky conditions to remain partly cloudy, with rain spells ranging from very light to light. Day temperatures will remain above normal by two to three degrees celsius and will be in the range of 33 to 34 degrees,” said Skymet weather.

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