The city has more fruit and vegetable sellers as the holy month of Ramadan draws near. fruit and vegetable sales are robust during Ramadan. In light of this, individuals have already erected booths at strategic locations across the city. Roadside booths and push carts are becoming more and more common in places like Nayapul, Mehdipatnam, Mallepally, Asifnagar, Tolichowki, Chanchalguda, Bahadurpura, Falaknuma, Erragadda, and king Kothi.

"Business is booming during Ramadan." In the end, we can save a little money in addition to spending enough for Eid," fruit merchant Shaik Zabi stated. A fruit or vegetable trader may make between Rs 800 and Rs 1,000 per day with a minimal investment of Rs 4,000.

Many more are employed by large dealers who pay Rs 600 per day, regardless of sales or profit. Those who have the means to invest more than Rs 1 lakh hire six workers and provide them with fruit. Their employer provides them compensation, and their task is to sell it on pushcarts and turn over the day's earnings to them. The busiest times for fruit merchants in ramzan are from 2 to 6 p.m., and from 5 to 11 p.m. for vegetable vendors.

Fruit arrivals at the wholesale marketplaces are positive. Huge quantities of fruits, including dates, papayas, apples, guava, pineapples, grapes, oranges, and water melons, are being delivered to the markets. Retail prices will be higher during Ramadan, although the entire pricing will remain the same. "Local sellers will raise the retail price due to high demand." If not, typical rates are anticipated, according to a fruit wholesaler at Jambagh market.


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