People in Ankara consumed the most bonito, melon and tomato

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People in Ankara consumed the most bonito, melon and tomato

According to data from the wholesale market of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, with the opening of the new fish market and the start of the season, more than 3,000 tons of skipjack have been sold in the capital. In addition; In September and October, the most sold fruit was the melon and the tomato was the vegetable.

With the cooling of the weather in Ankara, changes have started to be felt in the fruit and vegetable and fish stalls.

As people in the capital turn to vitamin C-rich winter fruits and vegetables, business kicked off with the opening of the new ABB-built Fish Market and the start of the season.

MOST TOMATOES AND METALS ARE CONSUMED

As summer fruits and vegetables are replaced by winter fruits and vegetables with all shades of yellow and orange as the weather begins to cool, September and October wholesale market data of the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality are announced.

During these months, the most sold fruit was the melon and the vegetable was the tomato. Residents of the capital consumed over 13,000 tonnes of melons and over 23,000 tonnes of tomatoes in September and October.

While melon was followed by grapes and tangerines, the most consumed vegetables after tomatoes were potatoes, peppers and cucumbers.

MORE THAN 3 THOUSAND TONNES OF ACORNS SOLD

With the fishing season kicking off in September and the opening of the Fish Market, rebuilt by ABB, the fishing stalls have come alive.

Skipjack was the choice of the people of Ankara for fish, which is a source of quality protein and rich in minerals and vitamins. More than 3 tons of acorns were sold in September and October.

Among the best-selling fish species, sardines took second place with around 500,000 tonnes and anchovies took third place with 412,000 tonnes.

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