Egypt: The prices of tomatoes and onions fell in the Obour market on Wednesday

Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 18, 2024

Tridge summary

The article highlights a notable decrease in the prices of various vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes, and onions at the Obour Market in Cairo, alongside specific price ranges for other produce including zucchini, beans, local eggplant, bell pepper, and hot pepper. In contrast, the report also covers the fruit sector, mentioning stable or varying prices for navel oranges, tangerines, local lemons, guava, and strawberries, with an exception of peas, which saw a price increase. This summary provides a concise overview of the current market trends in vegetable and fruit prices at a major Cairo market.
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Original content

Cairo - Masrawy: The prices of a number of vegetables in the Obour Market declined today, Wednesday, compared to yesterday’s prices, including tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes, and onions, according to data from the market’s official website. Masrawy monitors the prices of a number of the most prominent types of vegetables and fruits per kilo in the Obour market during today’s transactions. A kilo of tomatoes: between 3.5 and 5.5 pounds, decreasing between 50 piasters and 2.5 pounds. A kilo of potatoes: between 5 and 12 pounds, a decrease of 50 piasters. A kilo of onions: between 9 and 21 pounds, decreasing between one and six pounds. A kilo of zucchini: between 5 and 8 pounds, one pound less. A kilo of beans: between 7 and 13 pounds, a decrease of 6 pounds. A kilo of local eggplant: between 2.5 and 5.5 pounds, a decrease of about 2.5 pounds. A kilo of local bell pepper: between 9 and 15 pounds, a decrease of 5 pounds. A kilo of local hot pepper: between 5 and 8 pounds, a decrease of ...
Source: EGmasrawy
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