Saturday, March 08
Le demi-kilo de pipengaille affiche une baisse de Rs 10 et le demikilo de carottes baisse par Rs 5 cette semaine-ci. Pas de changement du côté des produits alimentaires de base cependant.
Monday, January 06
Significant increase for the majority of vegetables this week one. The minimum price for the tomato, for example, increased by Rs 5, while eggplant pass from Rs 5 per pound at Rs 20. The price of carrots has meanwhile squarely tripled from Rs 10 per pound at Rs 35.
Sunday, December 29
Des augmentations de prix entre Rs 5 et Rs 20 durant la semaine écoulée. Presque tous les légumes sont concernés. Un pâtisson se vend à Rs 50, contre Rs 30 la semaine dernière.
Sunday, December 22
Mixed findings regarding the price of vegetables this week. Some prices, such as the tomato and eggplant, remain stable. By cons, it shows a decrease of squash from Rs 40 to Rs 30 unit. Bean also sells cheaper from Rs 20 last week to Rs 15 this week.
Saturday, December 14
The good news of the week the market: the return of pipengaille. It is available at Rs 35.For cons, the petsai brède disappears stalls. While the price of love apple borrows upward, is minting Rs 5 more than last week. Ditto for the squash, the price increases by Rs 10.
Sunday, December 08
Recent rains in the island seem to have been beneficial to vegetables. Only the love apple continues to sell expensive, or Rs 25 - Rs 35 per pound. No change against for cauliflower, squash and the beans, compared to last week.
Sunday, November 24
The rain was beneficial to vegetables, it seems. This week, the price of some vegetables displayed a remarkable decline.
Sunday, November 17
These rainy days seem to have been beneficial to vegetables. Because some show a significant price drop, while others maintain their ascent.
Sunday, November 10
After a brief respite due to the rain last week, the price of vegetables again takes up.
Saturday, October 26
Courgette,calebasse, giraumon, pâtisson, brède petsaï, chouchou… «Plusieurs légumes seront introuvables dans les semaines à venir», prévient Issoop Soobedar, président de la Market Traders’ Association. Une situation qui s’explique par la sécheresse qui affecte la production.