‎Winter harvest may ease food prices

Published on 01 May 2011

Despite continuous price rise, a report suggests that major food grains’ prices can be expected to go down in coming months due to a good winter harvest. The harvest of winter crops wheat and barley is expected to be good in Nepal that will eventually improve the supply situation from mid-April onwards, controlling the rising food prices, according to a joint report published by UN World Food Program (WFP), Ministry of Agriculture and Co-operatives (MoAC), Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) and Consumer Interest Protection Forum (CIPF

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