Vegetables price got rised due to typhoon Lekima


Last weekend, typhoon Lekima landed on China mainland, some of Chinese cities got damaged severely, Shouguang is one of the hardest-hit areas, because it is an important vegetable manufacturing base in China.

It is known that shouguang is a famous vegetable township, the production of vegetables sold throughout the country, main crops here include aubergine, tomato, potato, pepper, cucumber, towel gourd, bitter melon, melon, etc, and the yield is high.

Because of typhoon Lekima, Shouguang city suffered the heaviest rainfall since the city have meteorological record in 1959. According to preliminary official statistics, 18,000 greenhouses and 12,000 hectares farmland were flooded, direct economic loss near 1 billion RMB.

Mr. Liu, a vegetable broker, when he talk with Xiamen Sinocharm‘s product manager about the status of vegetable market, he said, in China, potatoes are one of the popular vegetables in all year round, and with large planting area, due to typhoon, price will get rise, no matter fresh potato or frozen potato, exporting advantage will be weakened, other frozen vegetable maybe affected in some way.

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