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Kuwait imported 120 tonnes of Onion to meet market needs

Friday, April 3, 2020

Officials at the Ministry of Commerce informed that Kuwait today imported 120 thousand kilos onion to the country. The onion is imported from Yemen. Sources informed that the import will continue in coming days and the same will be distributed across the country on a daily basis.

Sources also informed that process are going on to import Onions from India and it will reach the country in coming days.

Meanwhile, Al-Mawashi livestock transport and trading company announced Friday arrival of 53,000 sheep which were brought from South Africa on board its vessel, Al-Messilah.

Al-Mawashi CEO Osama Boodai said there were two shipments from Australia due to arrive in April. Al-Shuwaikh vessel was already loaded on Monday and the ship was on its way to Kuwait, he added.

Al-Mawashi, said Boodai, would be bringing a total of 115,000 sheep this month which was in compliance with instructions of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah to meet consumers' needs.

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dj
Friday, April 3, 2020
dear veg peoples,

it is time to be flexible and eat whatever to survive, temporarily. try some dumm biriyani.

dear non-veg peoples,

there may be lots of fish and meat or maybe not. be flexible to eat more vegetables, rotis and dals in the future. after lockdown is lifted there will be more stocks imported.

all the best.

SAMIR KAZI
Friday, April 3, 2020
Dear Vegan you didn''t saw the headline of this article. It is for you ONIONS

Saveesh
Friday, April 3, 2020
No need of onion please arrange a corona test to all people and kindly open airport to leave expats

Ravi Sankar
Friday, April 3, 2020
These type of news will promote people to create a rush in shops, bakkalas and hyper market... The news published at the initial stage regarding lock down on March 3 , due to that news people got panic and run to collect groceries a huge rush of people was there in and around the shops, don’t know who all came there to collect the things and don’t know whom were the carrier of this virus at that time and that was a big mistake and which may be the cause of spreading this virus now around the Indians.

RealNews
Friday, April 3, 2020
Too little too late. This is almost the daily consumption amount for Kuwait.

epbm
Friday, April 3, 2020
God bless Kuwait Government.

Vegan
Friday, April 3, 2020
What about vegetarians like us who don''t eat sheep bhuna?

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