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Egypt: Vegetable and fruit prices on Monday 4/15/2024

Fruits
Vegetables
Egypt
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 16, 2024

Tridge summary

On April 15, 2024, the markets experienced a significant increase in the prices of various vegetables and fruits. Key vegetables such as tomatoes, eggplants, zucchini, cucumbers, taro, onions, bell peppers, and okra saw their prices soar, with tomatoes and okra reaching up to 15 and 65 pounds per kilo respectively. In the Obour Market, a crate of tomatoes was priced between 250 and 260 pounds. Similarly, fruits like yellow and red apples, pears, kiwis, avocados, and peaches also witnessed price hikes, with avocados costing up to 180 pounds. This surge in prices marks a noticeable rise in the cost of living for consumers, affecting their daily expenses on essential food items.
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Original content

The prices of vegetables and fruits increased today, Monday, April 15, 2024, with tomatoes ranging from 14 to 15 pounds per kilo instead of 12, eggplants from 8.5 to 12 pounds, zucchini 15, cucumbers 16, taro 30, onions 25, bell peppers 30, and okra 65, according to a number of traders in the markets. Vegetable prices in Obour Market Traders reported that a crate of tomatoes in the Obour Market ranged between 250 and 260 pounds, hot peppers 6, lemons 15, zucchini 8, cucumbers 7, eggplant 6, and taro 12. Merchants explained that the price of kabocha lettuce is 5 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 45 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 30 pounds. Merchants reported that the price of sweet potatoes was 8 ...
Source: Almalnews
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