Kosovo consumers who import vegetables complain of high prices.
Vegetables come to Kosovo from Albania, Greece and Turkey. Sellers say that is why these products are sold at a high price.
However, what is most noticeable is the high prices of vegetables and fruits.
According to the Kosovo Statistical Institute, the price of vegetables and fruits increased by 10.4% compared to January last year. Consumers say that the prices of vegetables and fruits are expensive, but this is not the fault of the sellers.
Citizens say, “It’s not cheap, but the sellers are not to blame, they buy it and sell it that way.” Agricultural experts stress the need to encourage local production in order to stabilize prices and provide citizens with cheaper vegetables and fruits.
Experts pointed to the need for state support for vegetable and fruit producers, and warned of the possibility of a shortage of vegetables and fruits in the near future due to climatic conditions.
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