Potatoes are priced at Rs 12 to 14 per kg in the vegetable market. Small size potatoes are priced at Rs 10 per kg. Eggplant is priced at Rs 30 per kg. Tomato price is Rs 30 per kg. Wolkopi price has reached Rs 20 per kg. Capsicum has also become very cheap. The price of capsicum has come down to Rs 25 per kg. Beans are priced at Rs.
On the other hand, no matter how cheap the vegetable market is, the fish-loving Bengalis are not at all comfortable in the fish market. Because the price of fish in the market is quite high. Although the price of roe fish is relatively low compared to all fish. Whole cotton is priced at Rs 170 to 190 per kg. Cut cotton is priced at 200 to 220 rupees. Katla fish, however, starts from 400 taka. Bhola fish is priced at Rs 300 per kg. The price of medium size tangerine is Rs 400 per kg. Lobster is priced at 500 rupees. Pabda is relatively cheap. Small sized pabda is being sold at 300 taka. Maurla and fish are available at low prices.
On the other hand, along with the fish market, meat prices are also on fire. Chicken is being sold at Rs 190 per kg in Kolkata. Whole chicken is priced between Tk 130 to Tk 140 per kg. On the other hand, the price of mutton per kg is Rs 720 per kg. On the other hand, the price of eggs has also increased a lot. A tray of eggs hovers around Rs 200. On the other hand, retail eggs are available between Rs 6 and a half to Rs 7.