Camerons vege prices go up


Harvesting waste: Crops being destroyed by an enforcement unit at an illegal farm in Cameron Highlands.

KUALA LUMPUR: Now it’s really time to eat up your greens as it is getting costlier to waste them.

Vegetable seller Tan Kai Hiong, 41, said that prices of greens especially spring onions, coriander and even chillies had risen by more than 20% since last Wednesday’s floods in Cameron Highlands.

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