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Prices of local and imported meat today in Egypt, Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Published May 15, 2024

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On May 14, 2024, in Egypt, the prices of Kanduz meat and other red meats varied widely depending on the type and the source. Imported minced meat was available for 230 pounds in frozen stores, while the same product cost 345 pounds in supermarkets. Local Hilla kebab and Kanduz cost 420 and 410 pounds, respectively, in retail meat chains. Buffalo meat ranged from 145 to 230 pounds per kilo, depending on the source, and the price of a buffalo head was 30,000 pounds. Local goat, lamb, and camel meat also had a wide price range, with local lamb costing the most at 450 pounds. Imported calves ranged in price from 185 to 180 pounds for Ukrainian, Spanish, and Colombian types. The prices mentioned are a snapshot of the diverse meat market in Egypt on that day.
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The prices of Kanduz meat varied today, Tuesday, May 14, 2024, with a kilogram of imported minced meat reaching 230 pounds in frozen stores instead of 240 pounds, Brazilian kebab kebab 240 pounds, frozen liver 140 pounds, and sausage, burgers, and frozen kofta reaching 250 pounds in the markets, according to a number of merchants. Meat prices Traders added that the price of a kilo of fresh minced meat is 345 pounds, a kilo of vegetable meat with fat is 350, a local Hilla kebab is 420, and a kanduz is 410 pounds in supermarkets and retail meat chains, and the price of trebianco, filo and liver was recorded at 480 pounds as the highest trading price in Egypt. The merchants added that the price of sausage in butcher shops in popular neighborhoods is 240 pounds, minced meat is 280 pounds, kanduz is at least 280 and 300 pounds, and lamb is 350 pounds, while it is recorded at 250 pounds in the Popular Initiative and against high prices for a kilo of medium quality. Meat prices today ...
Source: Almalnews
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