Beef prices up by Rwf100

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.
Beef is up slightly by Rwf100 in city markets. The New Times / P. Tumwebaze
Beef is up slightly by Rwf100 in city markets. The New Times / P. Tumwebaze

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.

 

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