Beef prices have gone up marginally by Rwf100 across city markets. A kilogramme of beef is now at Rwf2,300 and Rwf2,400 in Kimihurura and Kicukiro markets, respectively compared to last week.
Whole chicken goes for Rwf10,000 and fresh fish is at Rwf2,600 a kilo in Nyarugenge market. Tomatoes cost Rwf600, while beans cost between Rwf600 and Rwf800 in Kimironko and Nyarugenge markets, respectively.
Uwineza, a market vendor in Kimironko Market, attributed the high prices to limited supplies.
“Farm get prices have increased across the country because of the planting season,” she said.
Bananas cost Rwf165 a kilo in Remera Market and millet flour is at Rwf1,220 per kilogramme.
Maize flour goes for Rwf670 a kilo in Nyarugenge and Kimironko markets, respectively, Irish potatoes cost Rwf200 in Nyabugogo Market, while rice goes for Rwf1,000 in Kicukiro Market.
A six-gramme bar of laundry soap is at Rwf600, a litre of cooking oil at Rwf1,500 and passion fruits cost between Rwf800 and Rwf1,400 a kilogramme, while milk goes for Rwf400 a litre.