Tomato prices have fallen sharply across Nigeria following rainfall across tomato-producing areas of the north.
Nigeria went through its worst tomato shortage this year as a result of a moth which invaded many farms. But it does not survive during the rainy season, and so production has now risen once more.
A basket of tomatos that sold for for 40,000 naira ($1.25; £0.94) in May now sells for 800 naira in the northern city of Kaduna.
In May, Kaduna declared an emergency in the tomato sector and and dispatched experts to find ways of getting rid of the pest which had infected the tomato crop.
Source: BBC news