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Jordan: Shortages drive vegetable prices up

Local traders and fruit and vegetable exporters in Jordan have reported that low volumes in the central markets have led to higher prices, especially for tomatoes.

Last Tuesday, the Jordan News Agency stated that the main reason for these high prices is the transitional period between summer and winter crops in the areas of the Jordan Valley and Wadi Araba, claiming that prices will continue to be high until after the middle of November.

Vegetable traders stressed that the current prices in the Kingdom are lower compared to those in the neighbouring markets, and that citizens wishing to prevent unnecessary expenses should ensure a sufficient provision of goods to cover their daily needs until the end of the transitional period.

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