Prices of chicken meat, pulses and vegetables up in retail market

Prices of chicken meat, pulses and vegetables up in retail market

October 15, 2019 Off By Admin

Source: https://fp.brecorder.com


A considerable increase in prices of live chicken/meat, pulses, vegetable, fruits and others was witnessed in retail market, according to a survey conducted by Business Recorder here on Sunday. The survey noticed price of live chicken/meat has crossed double century as available at Rs211 per kilogramme which was selling at Rs185 per kilogramme, showing an increase Rs26 per kilogramme in the retail market. However, price of farm eggs was remained unchanged as available at Rs100-110 per dozen.

Cow meat is available at Rs350 and 420 and Rs450 against the price of Rs270 per kilogramme. Mutton beef priced at Rs850 per kilogramme. According to the survey, the price of sugar has decreased at Rs76 per kilogramme which was selling at 80-82 per kilogramme in the previous week. Similarly, good quality gram flour (baisen) was available at Rs100-120 per kilgoramme, while other being sold at Rs80-90 per kg in local market.

A noticeable increase in prices of pulses was also witnessed in retail market, as good quality rice (sela) is being sold at Rs150 per kilogramme which was selling at Rs140 per kilogramme, according to the survey. Toota rice is being available at Rs70-80 per kilogramme. Dal mash is being sold at Rs170-190 against the price of Rs160 per kilogramme.

Rs10 per kilogramme increase was witnessed in price of big-size white channa as available at Rs140 per kilogramme against the price of Rs130 per kilogramme in the previous week. Similarly, Rs20 per kilogrmmme surge was noticed in price of red-bean as being sold at Rs150 per kilogramme against the price of Rs130 per kilogramme in the last week.

However, price of white lobiya has decreased at Rs130 per kilogramme which was selling at Rs140 per kilogramme in the last week. Moonge, is being sold at Rs150 per kilogramme which was selling at Rs140 per kilogrmame in the last week, while dal chilka (green) was being sold at Rs140 and Dal Chilka (Black) being sold at Rs130 per kilogramme.

Price of gram flour (baisen) has also decreased at Rs130 per kilogramme which was selling at Rs120 per kilogramme in the previous week. Fruits are staple food, which had become costlier and complete reach out from purchasing power of common man. As per survey, apples are being sold at Rs140-150 per kg, peach at Rs120 per kilogramme, mangoes within range of Rs80 and Rs100, apricot at Rs150-160 per kilogramme, banana at Rs70-80 per dozen, black-coloured plums at Rs100-120 per kg, grapes are being sold at Rs200 per kilogramme, mukesh melon was being sold at Rs150-200 per piece with different size and guava was available at Rs80-100 per kilogrmame.

The survey noticed that price of ginger has increased at Rs400 per kilogramme which was selling at Rs300 per kilogramme in the previous week. Similarly, the price of garlic had also gone up at Rs280 per kilogramme against the price of Rs180-200 per kilogrmme in the last week.

Tomatoes are being sold at Rs50-60 which was selling at Rs40 per kilogrmme in the last week. Onion was priced at Rs70-80 per kilgoramme against the price of Rs50 per kilogramme in local market. According to the survey, cucumber is being sold at Rs60 per kilogramme against the price of Rs40 per kilogramme. Green chili was available at Rs120 per kilogramme. Lemon is being sold at Rs100 per kilogram which was selling at Rs120 per kg in the last week, it added.