Good demand for Grade B veggies

Wan (right) and Chan showing samples of oversized tomatoes and carrots at their shop in Petaling Jaya.

THEY may be odd-shaped and unattractive but they are certainly in demand these days.

These are Grade B vegetables, and can be priced up to 50% cheaper than market prices. In fact, these veggies are much sought after by consumers who are struggling with high cost of living.

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