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Today’s vegetable prices are as follows: Small cauliflower is priced at 40 Nepalese Rupees

ByGlobal Darpan

Sep 5, 2023

Kathmandu : The Kalimati Fruit and Vegetable Market Development Committee has made today’s price list public.

According to the list, Nepali cauliflower is priced at 55, Indian large cauliflower at 55, small tunnel cauliflower at 50, local small cauliflower at 40, local ghiu (clarified butter) at 90, local cauliflower at 90 rupees per kg, red potatoes at 55, small radish potatoes at 50, Indian red potatoes at 35, bottle gourd at 40, green beans at 50, green chillies at 40, bitter gourd at 40, and ridge gourd at 40 rupees per kg.

Additionally, Dalleychyo beans are priced at 300, local eggplant at 70, carrots at 120, white radish at 90, red radish at 90, small pumpkins at 70, long pumpkins at 50, bitter melons at 80, small bitter gourds at 80, broccoli at 300, pumpkin leaves at 200, ladyfinger at 40, Neyuro leaves at 90, red round chilly peppers at 200, local pumpkin at 100, aduwa (ginger) at 170, bananas per dozen at 140, pomegranates at 280, pear at 70, abhokado (avocado) at 250, black grapes at 450, kiwi at 600, green chillies (Akabare) at 150, Rahumacha fish at 315, Chhadimacha fish at 240, and Mungari fish at 270 rupees per kg.

Similarly, Lapsi (Nepali hog plum) is priced at 60, green coriander at 150, dried red chillies at 450, Nepali dried garlic at 260, Chinese garlic at 230, Gundruk at 280, Indian onions (dried) at 72, green garlic at 220, rukh cuttings at 80, dried radish at 200, Bhede khursani (goat pepper) at 80, Sharifa (custard apple) at 150, Fuji apples at 320, mangoes at 100, mausam (sweet orange) at 150, junar (Persimmon) at 320, amla (Indian gooseberry) at 110, tofu at 110, peanuts at 60, tama (fermented bamboo shoots) at 90, chukunder (beetroot) at 70, nibua (lemon) at 60, kanyacha (baby corn) at 180, and turmeric root at 80 rupees per kg.