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PESHAWAR: Prices of essential food commodities, including vegetables, grocery items, live chicken/meat, pulses and others remained high-side in the retail market, according to a survey conducted by Business Recorder here on Sunday.

According to the survey, one kilogram ginger was available at Rs100/kg, while one kilogram garlic was available at Rs350. The price of tomatoes decreased as available at Rs70-80/kg from Rs100/kg in the open market.

Likewise, onion remained unchanged, which was being sold at Rs80/kg against the price of Rs60/kg in the previous week. However, prices of other veggies remained high in the open market.

Peas was being sold at Rs350/kg, green pepper at Rs100/kilo, okra Rs100/ kilo, and curry Rs60/ kg and, Kachalu Rs110/kilo, Cauliflower at Rs160/ kilo, turnip at Rs150/kg Eggplant (bringle) Rs100/kilo, Zucchini (tori) Rs100/ kilo, Tenda Rs100/kg, lemon was being sold at Rs120/kg. Arvi was available at Rs150/kg, from Rs130/kg, Karela (bitter gourd) at Rs100/kg against Rs70/kg, green chilly at Rs150/kg, cabbage at Rs120/kg, from Rs100/kg, capsicum at Rs200/- per kg from Rs180/kg, red-colored potatoes available at Rs 80-100/- per kg while white-colored potatoes are sold at Rs50/- per kg in the retail market.

On the other hand, a slight decrease in price of live chicken prices was witnessed as available at Rs380/kg which was selling in the previous week at Rs385/kg in the previous week in retail market. The price of farm eggs also increased in the open market, available at Rs320/dozen against Rs300/dozen in the previous week. Cow meat was available at Rs900 per kilo while mutton beef was sold at Rs2200-2500 per kilo in the retail market, the survey added.

The prices of pulses/food grains remained unchanged in the local market.

According to the survey, a good quality (sela) was available at Rs340-350/kg, while low quality rice available at Rs320/kg, while tota rice was available at Rs160/kg and Rs180-200/ kg.

Similarly, the survey furthermore said price of dal mash was available at Rs570/kg, dal masoor at Rs320, dal chilka (black) at Rs280/kg, dal chilka (green) at Rs240/kg, moonge at Rs240/kg, dhoti dal at Rs280/kg, dal Channa at Rs280/- per kg, white lobiya at Rs240/kg, red bean at Rs560 per kg, Gram flour (baisen) at Rs280/kg, red bean from Rs300/kg, big-size white Channa at Rs450 /kg, small size white channa from Rs400/kg to Rs280/kg.

Chemical mixed milk was available at Rs160-180 and others Rs200-210 per litre while yogurt was being sold at Rs180-200 and Rs220 per kilogram in the local market.

Fruits prices are sky rocketed in the local market, according to the survey. The prices of apples reached Rs350/kg, Mango Rs 150-200/ kg and Peach Rs200/kg, persimmon Rs230/kg and banana 170/dozen.

According to the survey, prices of all brands and qualities of beverages also remained high in the local market. Black tea was being sold at Rs1400-1500 per kg, the survey added.

Dry-milk, milk powder and baby milk, pampers and other baby items further increased in the retail market.

Following the action by local administration, sugar price has further dropped at Rs165 per kilo from Rs185 per kilo in retail market while decrease from Rs1000 and 1500 per 50-kg sugar bag was also witnessed in the wholesale market.

The prices of flour remained unchanged in the wholesale and retail markets. A 20-kg fine flour bag cost Rs2900, mixed brown flour at Rs2600-2700 per 20-kg bag while an 80-kg fine flour bag was available at Rs 11,800 in the open market.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2023

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