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Category: Health

Category: Health

The price of beans and fried plantain shoots up by 100 per cent in Ghana

The price of beans and fried plantain shoots up by 100 per cent in Ghana

Sellers of gari and beans popularly called ‘gob3’ or ‘Red Red’ in the Ashanti Region especially in Kumasi, are no more selling the dish at one cedi. A bowl is now going for one cedi fifty pesewas at the cheapest. This is because the price of beans has shot up by 100 per cent since October and consumers have started feeling the impact. 22-year-old Godbless Nuamah loves gari and beans. That is his go-to meal every day before the day ends. A day without eating this food means he has to spend more. “Beans is one of my favourite foods because it’s less expensive as compared to the other foods,” he said.