Kolkata Market Price: Happy middle class in the cheapest market, what are the lowest prices? – mssewb.org

Kolkata Market Price: Winter has brought relief to common people. Not only the change in weather as a season, but also the change in prices in the vegetable market due to winter. Various vegetables have become cheaper. While the list includes multi-seasonal winter vegetables, there are also vegetables that are available all twelve months. In particular, the reduction in the price of potatoes has greatly benefited our people. 22 taka per kg potato is available at half price. Besides cauliflower, cabbage is the cheapest. Many vegetables are practically available at the cheapest prices of the season.

However, although the price of vegetables is cheap, high prices are maintained in the fish market. At the same time, the price of meat has also increased. The kg of chicken has crossed 200. Besides, the price of roe fish is higher than that of chicken. Various Jeol fish are cheaper than Katla fish. Now let’s see the price of any vegetable in the market today?

First let’s look at the market price of vegetables (Vegetable Price in Kolkata).

Potato (old) – Rs 10 to Rs 12 kg
Potato (Chandramukhi) – 22 to 24 rupees per kg
Cauliflower – Rs 3 to Rs 5 per piece
Cabbage – Piece 6 to 7 Rs
Ginger – Rs 40 to Rs 50 per kg
Wolkopi – 8 to 10 rupees 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

Today's market rate

Today’s market rate

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 – 300 rupees per 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
Lobster – 700 rupees per kg
Bagda-shrimp – 350 taka per kg

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

Chicken – Rs 200 to Rs 240 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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