This time the price of mango, the king of fruits, is going to make it the king of fruits along with the king of inflation. Before this, you have seen the prices of lemons skyrocketing in the current season. Now it’s mango’s turn. Mangoes will not be available this time for less than Rs 150 per kg. But the Modi government is not at all responsible for the inflation of these two. Experts say that due to the change in the weather, this fruit will not only be sold expensive this time, it will also look less! Why would this happen, see Swatantra Jain report of
Published: April 23, 2022 05:33:13 am
Sweetness of mango will remain out of reach of common man
Safeda mango is Rs 150 per kg
Mango sweetness became three times more expensive than last year
Along with ripe mangoes, the price of raw mangoes has doubled to five times.
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Jaipur. The sweetness of mango has become three times more expensive in the current season and there is no sign of any reduction in its prices. Due to this reason mango, the king of fruits, is expected to remain out of reach of common man this time. The General Secretary of Muhana Fruit Market, Kailash Phatak told that this time the mango crop has been only 20 percent. Due to the premature increase in heat across the country, 70 to 80 percent of the mango crop has been damaged. Due to this, the price of mango remains up to Rs 70-90 per kg in bulk. Whereas in the last season it was selling in bulk for Rs 30 to 45 per kg.
Phatak told that at present mangoes are coming from Hyderabad in the mouth of Rajasthan. Crop is work so arrivals are less and Safeda is likely to continue till May 25. After this, Safeda will be eliminated from the market. So there is no chance of the price going down.
This is the mathematics of mango prices According to the mango wholesaler Banwari, the retailer is getting Rs 100 to 110 per kg of mango. According to Banwari, there is 7 percent commission on the wholesale price and after that there is wages. Therefore, for the retailer, its price becomes more than Rs 100 per kg.
Then some mango spoils also come out in a box. Therefore, the vendor who sells them on handcarts throughout the day, has no way but to sell mangoes at less than Rs 130 to 150 per kg. In this way, in this season, the common man is going to stay away from the common man.
Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.
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