Poor veggie supply rattles tourism sector

Vegetables
Vegetables

Following government’s decision to extend the vegetable ban to next year, the tourism sector says it is worried that local producers are still unable to meet the demand.

Last December, government extended the ban for another two years to have it run into 2025.

The first veggie ban came into effect on January 1, 2022, targeting 16 vegetables such as onion, butternut, tomato, watermelon, carrot, potato, cabbage and ginger.

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