Egypt: Prices of vegetables and fruits on Sunday 5-5-2024, in the wholesale and retail markets

Published May 6, 2024

Tridge summary

Vegetable and fruit prices have seen a decrease on May 5, 2024, according to market traders. The prices of key produce such as tomatoes, eggplants, zucchini, cucumbers, onions, okra, and garlic have been specified. Additionally, the article covers the prices of a variety of other vegetables like lettuce, broccoli, cabbage, molokhiya, grape leaves, herbs, and legumes. It also provides information on the cost of several fruits including cantaloupes, plums, grapes, oranges, guavas, bananas, apples, pears, kiwis, avocados, and peaches. Furthermore, the prices of persimmons, green apples, black plums, figs, watermelons, bananas, oranges, dates, cream, and strawberries have been mentioned.
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Original content

The prices of vegetables and fruits declined today, Sunday, May 5, 2024, with tomatoes ranging from 6.5 to 7.5 pounds per kilo, eggplants from 12 pounds, zucchini from 10 to 12 pounds, cucumbers from 6.5 to 12 pounds, onions from 8 to 12 pounds, okra from 25 to 50 pounds, and garlic from 60 pounds, according to a number of traders in the markets. Vegetable prices in Obour Market Traders added that a cage of tomatoes in Obour Market ranged between 90 and 100 pounds, hot peppers 10 pounds, lemons 15 pounds, zucchini 3 pounds, cucumbers 5 pounds, and eggplant 3.5 pounds. Merchants added that the price of kabocha lettuce is 7 pounds per consumer, lettuce is 5 and a half pounds, broccoli is 15 pounds, red and white cabbage is 10 pounds, molokhiya is 12 pounds per kilo, and grape leaves are 25 pounds. Vegetable prices Merchants explained that the price of parsley, coriander, and dill is one and a half pounds, arugula is one pound per bunch, peas are 25 pounds, and beans are 12 pounds. ...
Source: Almalnews
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