Most commodities are recording increases on the Agomanya market ahead of the Christmas celebrations.
Prices of tomato produce on the market has increased astronomically despite decreases in the price of the commodity across various markets in the country.
Esoko Ghana in their November Commodity Index noted that most commodities continued their downward trend which it attributed to the harvesting going on in some areas across the country.
Market women who spoke with Rite news’ Naa Atwei at the market today said while the commodity sold at Ghc 150 per crate in November, it is currently going for Ghc 300.
The prices of Pona also recorded astronomical increments, a situation the market women attributed to the shortage of the commodity.
However, not all commodities recorded increases in prices. Plantain for instance is on a downward trend especially due to its lantain however decreased due to its high abundance.