Buying food for Christmas

Shopping for Christmas is the noblest thing families do during this time. The problem comes in when you have to haggle over prices for commodities because you have no idea on how many this or that costs. Brian Kimenyi takes us through the market prices for food commodities during this festive season.

Shopping for Christmas is the noblest thing families do during this time. The problem comes in when you have to haggle over prices for commodities because you have no idea on how many this or that costs.

Brian Kimenyi takes us through the market prices for food commodities during this festive season.

Rice
 Pakistan- 700/kg   &  30.000 per bag
Vietnam-650/kg   &  29.700 per bag
Tanzania-700/kg   & 16.500 per 25kg bag
Rwamagana-650/kg  &  29.700 per bag
Gikonko-700/kg  &  31.000 per bag

French beans - 350/kg
Peas  - 500/kg
Peanuts - 1000/kg
Cabbage - 200
Matooke - 150/kg  &  1700/bunch
Potatoes - 100/kg
Onions  - 400/kg
White onions - 700/kg
Green paper - 400/kg
Tomatoes - 500/kg
Carrot  - 300/kg
Chilli  - 500/kg
Dodo  - 80/bunch
Pumpkin - 500 - 1000
Egg plants - 200

Beans-white - 600/kg
Mixed colours - 500/kg

Meat
Goat  - 2000/kg
Beef   - 2200/kg
Chicken - 3600/kg
Ducks   - 5000-6000/duck
Olive oil  - 6500
Cooking oil  (Rina and Palmalac)-5000(5litre), 
3000 (3litre) and 1200 (1litre)
Nido   - 3500
Maganjo maize flour - 3200
Maganjo millet floor - 1000/kg
Italian pasta  - 800/pack
Banana   - 1.300 a bunch
Mangoes  - 800/kg
Binyomolo  - 700/kg
Oranges  - 800/kg
Lemon   - 500/kg
Pineapples  - 400
Pawpaw  - 600-1000
Passion fruit  - 1000/kg
Ovacado  - 100-50
Apples-Redapples - 300
 -Greenapples  - 200
Agashya juice  - 3500

Wrapping paper (aluminum foil)-1000.
Plastic Forks - 800 (50 plastic fork pack)
Paper plates - 1800(100 plates pack)
Napkins - 500
Mayonnaise - 2500
Peanut butter - 2200
Vinegar-500
Tomato source - 800/bottle
Please note that the above prices are in Rwf.


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