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                    Bad weather hikes vegetable prices

                    Writer: Wang Jingli  |  Editor: Holly Wang  |  From: Shenzhen Daily  |  Updated: 2021-10-26

                    Due to the recent typhoons and cold air sweeping across Guangdong, vegetable prices have been surging for the past two weeks, with a few topping 10 yuan (US$1.57) per 500 grams, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.

                    “Vegetable prices have seen increases recently. This white radish had a maximum 2 yuan per 500 grams, now it is 4.5 yuan,” said a merchant surnamed Gou at the Futian farm produce wholesale market, as he was weighing vegetables.

                    On the other hand, many vegetable vendors have also predicted that leaf vegetable prices will go down in the next one to two weeks as the weather improves, according to the report.

                    “The lettuce price used to be around 2 yuan per 500 grams. Today, I see it has gone up to over 4 yuan,” said a resident surnamed Lin at a fresh food store located in a Nanshan residential community.

                    A shop owner told the Daily that vegetable prices, especially for the leafy greens, had increased steeply in the last week.

                    “The average vegetable price hike is roughly 25 to 30 percent. Among them, broccoli, spinach, coriander, white radish and celery saw a steep hike. In the past, the wholesale price of spinach was up to 8 yuan per 500 grams. Now, the price has jumped to roughly 12 yuan,” said a vendor surnamed Cheng.

                    “Heavy rains brought by two typhoons in the last two weeks together with cold air from the north reduced vegetable supplies,” suggested Cheng.

                    Data recorded by Higreen, the city’s biggest agricultural produce wholesale market, showed that the average price of nine vegetables in its market stood at 7.1 yuan per kilogram Saturday, up 9 percent from the previous day.

                    According to one Higreen staffer, the price hike is mainly caused by the cold weather in the north and leaf vegetable supply shortages in the south.

                    However, as the weather improves, some vegetable prices saw a rollback in the past two days.

                    At the same time, the city’s vegetable supply is stable. According to Higreen, the vegetables delivered to them Saturday reached 6,173 tons, up 5 percent from the previous day.

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