Floods lead to coconut quotas in Penang

  • Nation
  • Monday, 26 Jan 2015

GEORGE TOWN: An acute shortage of coconuts, caused by the floods that hit many parts of the country, has led a wholesaler in Rangoon Road to set a quota on the number each customer can buy.

Anba Coconut Trading Sdn Bhd owner P. Sarasvathy, 56, said she set the quota last month to cope with the expected coconut shortage for the upcoming Thaipusam celebration.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Nation

Holistic approach required to combat cyber attacks, says Fahmi
Senior citizen who was arrested for dragging dog with car out on police bail
‘No Sheraton Move 2.0’, says Bersatu Youth chief
Stampa faces criminal charges in Spain over Sulu case
Tomei Consolidated Bhd donates 2% sales proceeds of its limited collection to WWF
My next move will be influenced by 'personal' attacks from Umno, Pakatan, says KJ
Johor Ruler launches Sikh sports fest
Two teens found drowned in Sg Pahang
Senior citizen crashes car into ditch in Kluang
Public can apply for funds for small infrastructure projects, says Rafizi

Others Also Read