The people of the capital consumed the most tangerines as winter fruit in November, December, January and February. According to Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Wholesale Market data, the most sold fruit in the last 4 months was tangerine with 24 thousand tons, and tomato with a rate exceeding 21 thousand tons.
In the winter months, especially during the pandemic process, the citizens of the capital turned to fruits and vegetables, which are the most vitamin C stores.
According to Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Wholesale Market data; In November, December, January and February, the people of the capital consumed the most tangerines and tomatoes.
TANGERINE ORANGE AND BANANA ARE IN THE TOP 3 RANKINGS
In the last four months, the first choice of citizens in the fruit category was tangerine with 24 tons, followed by oranges with 877 tons.
While the banana, which is the leading winter fruit, ranked third with 12 thousand 823 tons, the people of the capital consumed 10 thousand tons of apples.
CONSUMPTION IN TOMATO EXCEEDED 21 THOUSAND TONES
Tomato was one of the most preferred products of Ankara residents in the same date range, with 21 thousand 409 tons. Potatoes were consumed with 16 thousand tons and lemon with 11 thousand tons.
The amounts of fruits and vegetables consumed in the capital in the last 4 months were as follows:
-Mandarin: 24 thousand 877 tons
-Orange: 21 thousand 953 tons
-Banana: 12 thousand 823 tons
-Apple: 10 thousand 603 tons
-Pear: 4 thousand 302 tons
-Pomegranate: 3 thousand 913 tons
-Quince: 3 thousand 299 tons
-Grapefruit: One thousand 130 tons
-Tomato: 21 thousand 409 tons
-Potato: 16 thousand 148 tons
-Lemon: 11 thousand 401 tons
-Carrot: 10 thousand 676 tons
-Onion (dry): 9 thousand 34 tons
-Cauliflower: 7 thousand 702 tons
-Cucumber: 7 thousand 319 tons
-White cabbage: 5 thousand 875 tons
-Spinach: 5 thousand 3 tons
- Leek: 4 thousand 360 tons
- Radish: 4 thousand 349 tons
-Pepper (spiky): 3 tons
While Ankara Police Department carries out price, label and hygiene inspections in the Wholesale Market, Belplas teams continue their disinfection efforts in terms of public health.