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Most expensive vegetable in India


Most expensive vegetable in India

new Delhi. With the onset of the monsoon, we often read in the news that the price of vegetables reached the sky. However, today we introduce you to the vegetable whose prices are in reality sky high. And it does not need any monsoon to reach the sky, its own qualities are enough to make its prices sky high. The special thing is that its price remains on the sky and the price is also so high that you can compare it with gold.

The name of this most expensive vegetable in the world is 'Gucchi'. Extremely rare but full of flavor and medicinal properties, this vegetable is also called sponge mushroom. At the same time, it is also known as Chhatri, Tatmore, Dungharu. You may have to spend 25 to 30 thousand rupees to buy a kilo of bunch. These prices are equal to 5-6 grams of gold. This vegetable is found in Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and the higher reaches of the Himalayas.

Naturally found in forests is found only between February to April. Big companies and hotels are ready to buy it manually, so locals start camping in the jungles as the season starts. Companies give these people 10-15 thousand rupees per kilo bunch. However, by coming to the market, their price reaches beyond 25 thousand rupees per kg.

The demand for bunch is not only in India but in America, Europe, France, Italy and many other countries of the world. In addition to vitamins B and D, C and K are also very abundant in this vegetable. It is considered very beneficial for heart health. This vegetable is commonly used in winter.

This post was published on August 24, 2020 6:53 pm

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