Vegetable yards back after Eid break
May 30 2020 12:00 AM
Customers at a yard for selling local vegetables.
Customers at a yard for selling local vegetables.

The yards for selling local agriculture products at Al Wakra, Al Mazrouah and Al Khor and Al Thakhira have resumed their normal operations after the three Eid al-Fitr holidays, offering their customers more than 30 different types of vegetables. The locally produce brought directly from the farms include tomato, cucumber, zucchini, pumpkin, capsicum, cauliflower, potato, white onion, beetroot, eggplant, okra, and others, in addition to more than 10 types of different leafy vegetables.

A variety of fresh local vegetables on display at a yard

A number of the representatives of the participating farms have told local Arabic daily 'Arrayah' that the majority of the produce on display at the yards are farmed in climate-controlled greenhouses, with the exception of limited number of types such as watermelons and sweet melons. The recently reported prices include QR20 each for a big box of tomatoes or cucumber, QR10 for a small box of capsicum of different colours, QR10 each for a box of onions or zucchini, QR13 for a box of eggplant, and QR25 for a box of potatoes.
Many customers have pointed out that the products are of good quality and the prices reasonable.

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