A vegetable vendor in Sidon, Monday, May 21, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The consumer protection department of the Economy Ministry carried out another round of inspections throughout Lebanon Monday to ensure food prices aren't being ramped up during Ramadan. Vendors and customers at markets in southern Lebanon reported that prices have remained the same, while some markets had lower prices for vegetables than before Ramadan started last week.Prices of red and white meat have also appeared to remain steady.Some Sidon slaughterhouses have even reduced the price of chicken with Ramadan specials.
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