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Egypt: Vegetable and fruit prices on Saturday 5/18/2024, and beans are declining

Published May 19, 2024

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On May 18, 2024, the market saw fluctuations in the prices of various fruits and vegetables. Tomatoes were sold at ranges between 5.5 to 8 pounds per kilo and 90 to 100 pounds in bulk. Other vegetables such as eggplant, beans, cucumbers, potatoes, okra, garlic, onions, and grapes also had significant price variations. Meanwhile, fruits like cantaloupes, plums, red and green grapes, guavas, bananas, local and yellow apples, pears, kiwis, avocados, and peaches were also available with differing prices. Additionally, the article mentioned the costs of a few other items including hot peppers, lemons, zucchini, sweet potatoes, bride and white eggplants, fluted eggplant, turkey eggplant, red pepper and chili peppers, bell peppers, colored peppers, carrots, lemons, zucchini, cantaloupes, plums, red grapes, green grapes, guavas, and a variety of apples.
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The prices of vegetables and fruits fluctuated today, Saturday, May 18, 2024, with tomatoes ranging between 5.5 and 8 pounds per kilo, eggplant 14 pounds, beans 12 pounds instead of 16 pounds, cucumbers 8 and 16 pounds, potatoes 14 pounds, okra 40, garlic 80 pounds, onions 15 pounds, and grapes 40 pounds, according to a number of sources. Traders in the markets. Vegetable prices in Obour Market Traders confirmed that the price of tomatoes in the Obour market ranged between 90 and 100 pounds, hot peppers 10 pounds, lemons 15 pounds, zucchini 3 pounds, cucumbers 8 pounds, and eggplant 7 pounds in bulk. Returning to the retail price, merchants explained that the price of kabocha lettuce is 8 pounds per consumer, local lettuce is 5 pounds, broccoli is 15 pounds, red and white cabbage is 10 pounds, molokhia is 12 pounds per kilo, and grape leaves are 25 pounds. Vegetable prices Merchants reported that the price of parsley, coriander, and dill is two pounds, watercress is two and a half ...
Source: Almalnews
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