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Foodstuff prices to stabilize in September

The Deputy Minister for Food and Agriculture, Yaw Frimpong Addo has urged Ghanaians of a stable price of foodstuff by September.

“It is our hope that once the new produce has been harvested by end of September, October prices will stabilize because we are going to have a lot of foodstuff in the market and naturally the demand and supply will settle the price,” he said.

Mr. Yaw Frimpong added that, “Lots of them will be harvested especially the middle sector and the Southern sector.”

“The Northern sector is now planting and if by three months they are ready, it will be harvested.

He indicated that the produce that would be harvested from the northern belt between October and November is expected to last to the next planting season.


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