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Vegetables are usually grown near markets or their places of consumption because...


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Vegetables are usually grown near markets or their places of consumption because?

Options

A) they are easily perishable

B) they are not susceptible to attack from pests

C) they are meant to be eaten mainly by town dwellers

D) they can withstand heat for a long time

E) they are bulky and weight gaining in transit

The correct answer is A.


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