For as long back as I can remember, shopping for fresh vegetables, fruits, eggs and meat, was always entrusted to the lady of the house or the cook in our homes. The sabziwallah would turn up daily on the street, or even knock at the front door with a basket loaded with fresh vegetables. The stores selling vegetables or fruits in the market had no air conditioning, nor did they have any refrigerators for storing them. All items were fresh and had to be sold by the end of the day.
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