Egypt: Meat prices on Saturday 5/18/2024, and a kilo of lamb is 500 pounds

Published May 19, 2024

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Meat prices in shops and markets on May 18, 2024, remained stable with a range of prices for different types of meat. The lowest prices were for kanduz and sausage at 300 and 240 pounds per kilo, respectively. Upscale butcher shops charged between 350 and 450 pounds for cuts. The price of Brazilian minced meat fluctuated between 220 and 240 pounds. The price of a kilo of standing buffalo was 155 pounds, and the price of slaughtered veal meat was 250 pounds on the farm. The price of a kilogram of local goat and lamb was 400 and 450 pounds, respectively, in popular markets.
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Meat prices witnessed stability today, Saturday 5/18/2024, with the lowest price per kilo of kanduz being recorded at 300 pounds and sausage at 240 pounds, while the price of cuts in butcher shops in upscale areas was between 350 and 450 pounds, minced meat 280 to 345 pounds, liver 480 pounds, kofta 325, and meat and minced camel. 360 pounds, according to a number of merchants. Meat prices Traders added that the price of Brazilian minced meat fluctuated between 220 and 240 pounds, cubes were 250 pounds, kebab challah was 240 pounds, and liver was 140 pounds per kilo. Merchants reported that the price of a kilo of meat with fat was 350, and a local Hilla kebab was 420 in supermarkets, and the record price of trebianco or filo and local liver was 470 to 480 pounds. Meat prices today Traders added that the price of a kilo of standing buffalo is 155 pounds, the price of a head is 35,000 pounds, and a head of beef cattle is 40,000 pounds for the average weight in live livestock ...
Source: Almalnews
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