The Oman vegetable season ends on May 15. When this is over, vegetables will have to be imported and prices will go up. Abdul Wahid, managing director of Suhool Al Faiha, a vegetable and fruit importer, made the announcement. The media reports the news. Coming to the country from foreign countries
Container rates have more than tripled and quadrupled over the past year.
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The initial price was $ 3,000 for a container from China. But now it has to pay $ 7500 to $ 8000. Container prices from India have also gone up. Earlier, the charge for containers from India was $ 2200 but now it has gone up to $ 4000. The government had put forward the necessary measures to control prices during Ramadan. Therefore, fruits and vegetables were available at very low prices in the market. During the fruit season, a wide variety of fruits arrived in the country. Since it was Ramadan, many people came in need.
Mangoes are in high demand in Oman. Mangoes are widely grown in India and Yemen. In addition, many fruits came to Oman from other countries. Bananas and oranges from India and the Philippines were also in high demand. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals in Oman.
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