Price of much-touted Maca down by 90 percent

2016-02-24 02:36:12 GMT2016-02-24 10:36:12(Beijing Time)  Ecns.cn
Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)
Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)
Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)
Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)
Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)Dried root of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) is on sale at a market in Kunming City, the capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, Feb. 23, 2016. Maca, traditionally used in the Andean region for its supposed properties to improve energy and fertility, got popular in China in recent years. But the price of fresh Maca root dipped from over 100 yuan ($15) per kilogram in the past to less than 10 yuan this year, down by 90 percent. (Photo: China News Service/Ren Dong)
| PRINT | RSS
Editor:
Add Comment