Farmers stop dumping veg in Camerons

Win and lose: While vegetable growers get help from NGOs and politicians, flower producers have had to discard up to RM40mil in flowers due to the pandemic.

IPOH: Following weeks of difficulty in transporting their produce due to the movement control order (MCO), vegetable growers in Cameron Highlands are now heaving a sigh of relief.

Cameron Highlands Vegetable Growers Association secretary Chay Ee Mong said a lot of non-governmental organisations and politicians had stepped in to reduce wastage by purchasing vegetables from farms to be given to the needy.

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