Shot at Khlong Toei Market in Bangkok, Thailand.
Many trays were placed in the storefront of the greengrocery. And every tray was occupied by the vegetables. Various vegetables were displayed. And I found a heap of red chili peppers in one of them. A price tag was placed on the top of the heap. According to the tag, the red pepper costed 70 baht, about 2 US dollars. It was too expensive for 100g. So it was the price for 1kg. Very cheap.
Red pepper is a common seasoning agent in Thailand. The land of origin is Latin America. Before coming down, Thai people used peppers in place of red peppers.