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- Unpredictably high temperatures and intense heatwaves have caused a major drop in tomato yield, leading to skyrocketing tomato prices, while supply shortage raises prices further.
- The report says that prices rose as much as 142% in the last week of November and will continue to remain so for the upcoming two months.
Written by Shankhyaneel Sarkar | Edited by Avik Roy, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
- The ministry of consumer affairs, food & public distribution stated that the arrival of tomatoes is expected to be at par with last year which could bring much-needed relief to consumers.
Many are showing their dissatisfaction on Twitter – so much so that the hashtag #TomatoPrice is trending.
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