Oversupply and loss of money: Cameron vegetable farmers lose their vegetables in Malaysia

Published Apr 26, 2023

Tridge summary

The hot weather in Malaysia for more than a month has brought a bumper harvest of vegetables, but the demand for Ramadan has dropped sharply, resulting in an oversupply of vegetables in Cameron Highlands and Plains. The wholesale price of vegetables in Cameron Highlands has dropped by 70% to 80%. Many vegetable farmers began to discard them last month. Leafy vegetables, start discarding eggplants and melons about two weeks ago.

Original content

Netizen Lee Tinchoy posted on Facebook on Monday (April 24) a number of photos of vegetable farmers discarding a large number of vegetables such as eggplants and cucumbers, causing discussion. Cai Guolin, chairman of the Cameron Vegetable Farmers Association, told the "Sin Chew Daily" that as early as about a month ago, sufficient sunshine and suitable hot ...
Source: Zaobao
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