Kolkata Market Price: Vegetable shops are full of market bags, very cheap prices – mssewb.org

Market Price Today: The price of vegetables has come down a lot in Kolkata. In winter, the price of winter vegetables is already low, but this time it is the cheapest vegetable of the season. The prices of winter seasonal crops are usually very low in the market, but this time the prices of twelve month vegetables like potato, brinjal, papaya have also decreased. As a result relief returned to the pockets of the common middle class.

However, even though the price of vegetables has decreased in the market, the lower and middle class are eating hard in the fish and meat market. Because both the prices are high. The price of cotton fish, which was within the reach of the middle class until now, is gradually increasing. Compared to last year, the price of roe fish has increased by about 30 rupees per kg this year. Besides, the price of meat has also increased. Basically, since the corona epidemic, the price of chicken has touched 200. Sometimes it increased to around 250 rupees. Besides, the price of eggs is increasing gradually. A pair of eggs in Kolkata has touched Rs 15. Now let’s take a look at today’s market rate

First let’s look at the vegetable market price (Kolkata Vegetable Market Price).

Potato (old) – Rs 10 to Rs 12 kg
Small potatoes -Tk 10 to Tk 12 per kg
Potato (Chandramukhi) – 20 to 22 rupees per kg
Cauliflower – Rs 4 to Rs 5 per piece
Cabbage – 7 to 10 rupees per piece
Ginger – Rs 40 to Rs 50 per kg
Garlic – 30 rupees per kg
Wolkopi – Rs 8 to Rs 10 per kg
Onion Kali – Tk 40 to Tk 45 per kg
Carrot – 40 rupees per kg
Onion – 30 rupees per kg
Eggplant – Rs 25 to Rs 30 per kg
Tomato – Rs 20 to Rs 30 per kg
SIM – Rs 15 to Rs 20 kg
Barbati – 10 rupees
Carrot – 40 rupees per kg
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

Now let’s see the fish market price (Kolkata Fish Market Price).

Cotton – Rs 190 to Rs 220 per kg (whole)
Cotton – Rs 220 to Rs 250 per kg (cut)
Katla – Prices start from Tk 350 per kg
Tilapia – Tk 200 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

Now let’s look at the price of meat in today’s market (Kolkata Chicken / Mutton Price).

Eggs – Rs 7 to Rs 7 and a half per piece
Chicken – Rs 185 to Rs 200 per kg
Whole chicken – Rs 135 to Rs 142 per kg
Mutton – Rs 690 per kg to Rs 750 per kg

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