All year round whenever we drive in residential areas we always see a pickup parked on the pavement selling some sort of fruit. Sometimes watermelons. Sometimes mini baby bananas, sometimes mangoes. Apparently what looks like tomatoes are being sold in Surra these days b3d.
I never wanted to buy from them but once I saw the tiny baby bananas for the first time and I squealed in delight, asking my husband to pull over so I can buy some. I got a huge lecture on a study they conducted in college regarding road pollution and how the bad substances would have already polluted any road side sold fruit and that if I wanted baby bananas he would buy some for me from a supermarket.
Do people buy from street vendors? Why? If we have Co-Ops that sell exactly what they are selling and they are not selling dragon fruit per say, kilha raggi o 6ma6, why are they bothering at all? If the food really gets polluted why are they allowed to sell on the side of the road then? Is it against the low? Shouldn’t they be stopped and fined?