Rain brings up veggie prices


Supply and demand: Santha selecting fresh vegetables at a market in Taman Lip Sin, Penang.

PETALING JAYA: Weeks of stormy, wet weather have affected vegetable yields from farms in some states, causing prices of vegetables to increase by as much as 20%.

Traders in Penang and Johor are seeing a drop in supply and this has pushed up prices of leafy greens in the market.

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