Tomatoes declined while potatoes rose in Egypt on Friday

Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 24, 2024

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The Obour Wholesale Trade Market has seen a decrease in the prices of tomatoes, zucchini, molokhiya, and cucumbers, while the cost of potatoes and peas has risen. The prices of other produce including onions, beans, eggplant, various peppers, and a range of fruits such as navel oranges, tangerines, lemons, guava, pomegranates, cantaloupe, and bananas have remained stable.
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Cairo - Masrawy: The prices of tomatoes, zucchini, molokhiya, and cucumbers declined in the Obour Wholesale Trade Market today, Friday, while the price of potatoes and peas increased compared to yesterday’s prices, according to data on 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, according to the Obour Market website. Tomatoes range from 4 to 6.5 pounds, down between 50 piasters and a pound. Potatoes between 6.5 and 12, an increase of 50 cents. Onions range between 10 pounds and 24 pounds. Zucchini ranges between 6 and 10 pounds, with a decrease of one pound. Beans are between 18 and 24 pounds. Local eggplant costs between 6 and 9 pounds. Local bell peppers cost between 9 and 11 pounds, with a decrease of one pound. Local hot peppers range between 8 and 12 pounds, an increase of 2 pounds. Molokhia ranges between 4 and 8 pounds, with a decrease of ...
Source: EGmasrawy
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