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An increase in oil and meat and a decrease in cheese and lentils today, Saturday, in the markets in Egypt

Published May 26, 2024

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The article reports the fluctuations in the market prices of various food and basic commodities, as reported by the Cabinet Information Center's 'Local and International Commodity Prices Portal.' For Saturday's trading, prices of corn oil, sunflowers, fresh meat, and artificial marinated meats increased, while prices of lentils, poultry, beans, and white and Roman cheese decreased. Other items such as rice, flour, sugar, pasta, eggs, bulk rice, loose beans, white cheese, Romano cheese, and bulk milk also saw changes in their market prices. These price changes may vary across different regions.
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Written by Dina Khaled: The prices of corn oil, sunflowers, fresh meat, and artificial marinated meats rose, while the prices of lentils, poultry, beans, and white and Roman cheese declined during today’s trading, Saturday, compared to yesterday’s prices, according to data published by the Cabinet Information Center for the prices of a number of basic and food commodities on a daily basis on one of the websites. Its affiliated sites are “Local and International Commodity Prices Portal.” Masrawy monitors the average prices of the most prominent basic commodities in the markets today, according to the local and international commodity prices portal of the Cabinet Information Center, which may differ from the price levels in some regions of the Republic, and the prices came as follows: One kilogram of packaged rice: 33.84 pounds, a decrease of 11 piasters. A kilo of packaged beans: 54.82 pounds, an increase of 63 piasters. A kilo of packaged flour: 27.57 pounds, an increase of 63 ...
Source: EGmasrawy
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