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When Will India’s Tomato Prices Stabilize? Expert Offers Opinion

<p>India’s tomato costs have increased to unbelievable heights, which is problematic for customers. Many people are finding it difficult to prepare meals without this necessary element. Retail costs have skyrocketed, going from around Rs 20 per kg in June to as much as Rs 260 per kg this month. Households throughout the nation are concerned about this sudden surge in costs. To address this worrying scenario, the government has put measures in place to lessen the burden on families by making tomatoes available via cooperatives at discounted wholesale pricing. Tomatoes are being offered at an affordable price of Rs 80 per kilogram in several places like Delhi-NCR. The large amount of tomatoes required to satisfy the widespread demand throughout the country, notwithstanding the noble intentions behind this program, may restrict its influence.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-84876″ src=”” alt=”” width=”1362″ height=”753″ srcset=” 302w,×83.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1362px) 100vw, 1362px” /></p>
<p>The perishable quality of the produce, as well as a number of other variables, are to blame for the scarcity in tomato supply, according to Sanjay Gupta, Managing Director of National Commodities Management Services Limited (NCML). He clarified that the present predicament is the consequence of a supply shock brought on by unfavorable weather conditions as well as the existence of disease or insect assaults in the tomato-growing regions.</p>
<p>The unfavorable climatic conditions in the locations where tomatoes are cultivated are the main reason for the sharp spike in tomato costs. The prolonged monsoon season has produced excessive rainfall and waterlogging, which has negatively impacted tomato production and created a market scarcity. Sanjay Gupta emphasized that until the arrival of the next crop, it is anticipated that this scenario would last for an additional one to one and a half months. The growing of tomatoes has been delayed as a result of the excessive rain.</p>
<p>Sanjay Gupta emphasizes that despite the government’s commendable attempts to stabilize prices via cooperatives, doing so would be logistically challenging given the considerable amount of tomatoes needed to fulfill demand. He also says that if the unfavorable weather in northern India continues, prices may rise much more.</p>
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