In Trujillo they are reported to have found the lemon ‘pavita’ as an alternative to the increase in citrus, which costs 18 soles a quarter in the markets of the City of Eternal Spring.
What is the ‘pavita’ lemon like and how much does it cost?
Although it has an unpresentable appearance, because its skin is wrinkled and looks dirty, but its juice is just as good as a normal lemon. This citrus can be found for the price of 7 soles for 25 lemons in the market Hermelinda of Trujillo.
One of the buyers He pointed out to page N60 that you have to know how to choose because the softer ones are better.
It was known that the ‘pavita’ lemon lasts less than a week to consume, compared to other lemons that can last up to a week. month.
In Trujillo and other regions, the lemon is coming to cost between 18 to 20 soles a quarter. Even a single lemon can cost 1 sol.
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