In the middle of Kampala city lies a sale point that is the leading supplier of fresh fruits and vegetables to city dwellers. The sale point is Nakasero Market. The market, built in 1927, has over 300 vendors.
Every night, delivery truck arrive at the market with fresh fruit and vegetable supplies from various point upcountry, and even some imported from neighboring countries like Kenya. By morning the fruit and vegetables are along the supply chain to hotels, restaurants, families, other markets and vendors.
Fruits and vegetables sold here include mangoes, oranges, tomatoes, onions, cucmbers, green vegetables.
Seated under umbrellas, the vendors sale the fruits both in retail and wholesale. The prices vary, as bargaining between customers and vendors is common.
The old market building can no longer accomodate all the vendors.