MALOLOS CITY—Consumers will have to brace themselves against stiffer prices of vegetables and seafoods in the coming months as a result of the damage done by floodwaters on the vegetable farms and fishponds in Bulacan  and in its neighboring localities.

Vegetables and fish vendors in this city said their supplies of assorted vegetable products have drastically dwindled in the past few days after the destruction of hundreds of hectares of vegetable farms and fishponds in this province and in the nearby provinces of Pampanga and Pangasinan.

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