Prices of vegetables are mostly down on the 2nd week of April
Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) said in its latest price situationer that vegetables registered mixed price movements during the second week of April.
To be specific, price cuts of P10 and P20 per kilogram of ampalaya were observed in five regional centers. On the contrary, it picked up by P10 in Cabanatuan City.
Meanwhile, decreases in the prices per kilogram of cabbage in six regional centers ranged from P5 to P20, while price reductions of P5 per kilogram of carrots in Kidapawan City and by P10 in four regional centers were noticed that week. Carrots, however, were priced higher by P10 in Zamboanga City.
The price per kilogram of eggplant also went down by P10 in six regional centers.
For habitchuelas, the price per kilogram registered declines from P5 to P20 in seven regional centers. Meanwhile, it wa higher by P20 in Zamboanga City.
The price of a kilogram of native pechay was likewise cheaper by P5 in Zamboanga City and by P20 in Butuan City. It was however priced higher by P5 in San Fernando City.
For a kilogram of stringbeans, the price went down to P10 in both Cagayan de Oro City and Kidapawan City and by P20 in Legaspi City. Meanwhile, it accelerated by P20 in Zamboanga City and by P25 in Cabanatuan City.
The price of tomato then dropped by P10 per kilogram in Tuguegarao City. On the contrary, it was higher by P2 in both San Fernando City and Cotabato City; by P5 in Cabanatuan City; by P10 in Zamboanga City; and by P20 in Iloilo City.
At last, the price of a kilogram of white potato went down by P5 in Tuguegarao City; by P10 in Cabanatuan City; and by P20 in Kidapawan City. On the othe rhand, it picked up by P10 in Batangas City.