In addition, prices of onion are expected to decline in the next 10-15 days when newly harvested produce reaches markets in northern India, it added.
The steep rise in vegetable prices in the state has pinched a hole in the pocket of the consumers. As per reports, since the onset of the holy 'Kartik' month, the prices of vegetables have increased significantly, as people opt for more vegetables compared to non-vegetarian food items during this period.
Bhubaneswar: Soaring prices of vegetables across Odisha are burning holes in household budgets. While onions are being sold at Rs 60 per kilogram in Cuttack’s Chhatra Bazaar, consumers have to spend Rs 65-70 in retail markets of Twin City. Situation is no different in Balasore and Berhampur where onion prices have soared significantly following which […]