Prices for for the main fruits have dropped by Rwf100 on average across all the major markets in Kigali.
A kilogramme of passion fruits costs Rwf800, down from Rwf1,000 a few days back.
The drop is attributed to the harvest season, especially in Burundi, one of the main suppliers of passion fruits.
Ashura Uwineza, a trader in Kimironko Market, said there was a supply boom of fruits, especially oranges and passion fruits from Burundi.
However, Irish potatoes prices went up by about Rwf20 to Rwf240 per kilogramme compared to Rwf220 last week. A kilo of millet flour costs Rwf1,200 and that of maize flour is at Rwf600. Beef costs between Rwf2,000 and Rwf2,200 per kilogramme, while fresh fish is Rwf2,000 a kilo in Kimisagara and Kimironko markets.
A kilogramme of bananas costs Rwf190 and a tray of eggs is at Rwf2,000 across major city markets. A five-litre jerry can of cooking oil is Rwf6,000, while a 600-gram bar of soap is at between Rwf700 and Rwf900.
Sugar has remained unchanged costing between Rwf750 and Rwf800 per kilo in all major markets and shops in Kigali. A kilo of groundnuts costs Rwf1,200 and that of beans is Rwf450 on average.