Vegetable prices reported to decrease

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BANGKOK, 30 May 2014  – The Ministry of Commerce has reported that many vegetable prices have decreased, while the pork prices still remain stable. 

The Minister of Commerce has updated the prices of vegetables in the market, saying that the prices have fallen recently. The current prices of Cantonese Morning Glory ranged from 22-25 baht per kilo and Chinese Morning Glory at 15-18 baht per kilo.

However, pork prices were seen to be somewhat stable at 150-155 baht per kilo, a whole chicken at 70-72 baht per kilo. Number-2 sized eggs were selling at 3.70-3.80 baht per egg.

Cauliflower prices were at 18-20 baht per kilo, cucumber at 22-25 baht per kilo, long beans at 40-42 baht per kilo, onion at 50-60 baht per kilo, and parsley at 120-130 baht per kilo.