The month of Ramadan is a holy month for Muslims, where the Muslims prevent themselves form the foods and drinks from dawn until sunset, and popular foods and drinks are sold in the markets.
The food vary in different forms of (al-Marok), a kind of pastries differentiate in shapes, sizes and taste too.
The fasting people also rely on drinks to compensate for the lack of fluids in the body lost during the daytime, and licorice, tamarind, kamar al-din are offered in the markets.
As Ramadan month comes, food and drinks are spread in the markets, where the markets witness an intensive turnout by the people, in addition to the dates that enjoy a large share of the sale, but during Ramadan month, the markets witness high price that disturb the people.
Most of the traders in the city of Manbij and its countryside suggest that the reason for the high prices is the expensiveness of raw materials which cannot be provided by the city of Manbij and its countryside internally.