Winter season is already getting ready – Here is where you can buy the CHEAPEST PEPPER!

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There was a good offer of vegetable crops on the market stalls of the green market Kalenić last week. A decrease in the prices of broccoli and hot peppers was recorded, while an increase in the prices of green beans, melons, potatoes and bell peppers was recorded.

Weak to average and unstable supply at the market stalls in Pančevo led to an increase in the prices of melons, kale, onions, watermelons, hot peppers and tomatoes.

At quantaš in Belgrade, there was a slightly better offer of vegetable crops at sales points. Product sales were more extensive compared to the last week of August. In terms of prices, a drop was recorded for kale, gherkins, carrots and greens. Unlike them, broccoli, green beans, cauliflower, peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, greens and lettuce were more expensive.

According to a report by a reporter from Leskovac, a drop in the prices of Swiss chard and white tetovac beans was recorded at the quantash in this city. Cauliflower, tomatoes, green beans, green parsley, leeks and zucchini were more expensive.

As far as vegetables are concerned, the offer at the quantaš in Kraljevo was average, for lettuce 50 din/kg, for zucchini and carrots 60 din/kg, tomatoes 90 din/kg, while the price of peppers was 110 din/kg.

A good selection and assortment of vegetables was recorded at the Quanta market in Šabac. Prices remained at last week’s level despite good demand, especially for vegetable crops needed for the preparation of traditional winter food.

Source: STIPS

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