Kolkata Market Price: 10 rupees per kg reduced price of new potatoes! The price of Chandramukhi is rising – mssewb.org

Kolkata Market Price: Since the beginning of winter, the market price of vegetables is giving relief to the lower-middle class pockets. Despite high market prices and inflation, prices of winter vegetables are very low. Not only the prices of winter season vegetables have come down this season, many perennial vegetables have also become cheaper. Even the price of potatoes is relatively cheap. Only a month ago, new potatoes came to the market. At that time, the price of that potato was around 30 rupees per kg. However, the price of new potatoes has decreased in just one month. The price of new potatoes has fallen by more than 10 rupees per kg. Besides, the prices of vegetables like papaya, cauliflower, cabbage, and cabbage have decreased.

However, even if the price of vegetables is reduced, the price is high in the fish market. Similarly, the situation is the same in meat shops. As the price of fish increases, the common lower-middle class may avoid the big fish shops. As for meat, the price of mutton is around 700, while the price of chicken is also high. Let’s know the detailed update of the market rate.

First let’s take a look at today’s vegetable market price – (Kolkata Vegetable Market Price)

Potato (old) – Rs 10 to Rs 12 kg
Potato (new) – Rs 15 to Rs 16 per kg
Potato (Chandramukhi) – 22 to 24 rupees per kg
Cauliflower – Rs 4 to Rs 5 per piece
Cabbage – 5 to 7 rupees per piece
Ginger – Rs 40 to Rs 50 per kg
Wolkopi – Rs 8 to Rs 10 per kg
Onion Kali – Tk 35 to Tk 40 per kg
Carrot – 40 rupees per kg
Onion – 30 rupees per kg
Eggplant – Rs 30 to Rs 35 per kg
Tomato – Rs 30 to Rs 40 per kg
Raw tomatoes – 40 rupees per kg
SIM – 30 rupees per kg
Barbati – 10 rupees
Curd – Rs 40 to Rs 50 per kg
Papaya – 10 rupees per kg
Lemon – 2 rupees piece
Spinach – 10 rupees
Red vegetables – 8 rupees

The price of new potatoes has dropped by Rs 10 per kg

Now let’s look at the fish market (Kolkata Fish Market Price).

Cotton – Rs 190 to Rs 220 per kg (whole)
Cotton – Rs 220 to Rs 250 per kg (cut)
Katla – From Tk 350 kg
Tilapia – Tk 250 kg
Small Tangra – 200 rupees per kg
Bhola – Tk 250 per kg (medium size)
Where – 400 rupees per kg
Shoal – Tk 350 per kg
Tangra – Tk 200 kg (small)
Pabda – Price starts from Tk 400 per kg
Perse – Tk 250 per kg

Let’s take a look at today’s market meat price (Kolkata Chicken/Mutton Price).

Chicken – Rs 190 to Rs 215 per kg
Whole chicken – Rs 140 to Rs 145 per kg
Mutton – Rs 720 per kg to Rs 780 per kg

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