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Prices of vegetables continued to remain high in both Pettah and Dambulla markets yesterday (October 11) as a result of supply disruptions occurred due to heavy rainfalls. The daily price report issued by CBSL showed a significant increase in the price of tomatoes.

Prices of beans, carrots, cabbage and etc. were increased by more than 5% compared to the previous weeks’ average price.

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The reports showed over 5% price increase of local red onions, potatoes, and coconuts compared to the previous week. This is due to the low supply from Puttalam and Jaffna areas.

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However, the prices of rice remained unchanged while the prices of fish demonstrated mix movements in both Negombo and Peliyagoda markets.

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