Prices of garlic continue to drop

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Monday, July 28, 2014

PRICES of native garlic have significantly dropped as of Monday, July 28, based on the price monitoring conducted by Sun.Star Davao at Bankerohan Public Market.

Native garlic now costs P100 to P120 per kilo, more than a P100 drop as against the monitoring conducted by the Philippine Statistics Authority – Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (PSA-BAS) last week at P230 to P240 per kilo.

Vendors said the significant price drop was due to the increased supply of garlic in Davao Region starting last week.


Prices of other fruits and vegetable products remained stable.

Prices of other vegetable products are:

Potato - P32 to P40
Radish - P15 to P25
Kangkong - P5 to P10 per bundle
Malunggay - P5 per bundle
Sitaw - P20 per bundle
Monggo - P70 to P75
Tomato - P20 to P35
Red onion - P50 to P60
White onion - P45 to P55
Squash - P10
Carrots - P20 to P25
Bell pepper - P50
Cabbage - P20 to P25
Lettuce - P25
Pechay - P30 to P35
Ginger - P85 to P100.

Davao pasalubong items like durian (P60), pomelo (P50 to P70) and mangosteen (P50 to P60) remained stable due to the abundance of supply brought by the harvest season.

Prices of other selected fruit varieties are:

Ponkan orange - P15 each
Carabao mango - P40 to P60
Marang - P30 to P40
Fuji apple - P10 to P20
Grapes - P250
Langka - P80
Papaya - P8 to P10
Calamansi - P18
Lansones - P50 to P60
Lakatan - P30
Latundan - P15 to P20
Valencia orange - P15 to P20.

(Karlo Alexie C. Puerto and Carly Jane L. Chua, AdDU Media Partners)

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on July 29, 2014.


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