This week’s prices for tomatoes, peppers, rice, and other food commodities

A few days after the Muslim celebration of Eid-il-kabir, the price of food commodities such as tomatoes, pepper, rice bags, beans, garri, and other items remains high.
According to Naija News, a large basket of tomatoes that cost ₦17,000 in early January now sells for ₦65,000, while a bag of peppers that cost ₦10,000 now sells for ₦52,000.

According to sources, a small painter bucket of tomatoes used to cost ₦1,000 to ₦1,500 is now worth ₦8,000 to ₦10,000. Similarly, a small painter bucket of pepper used to cost ₦600 is now worth ₦4,000.

As food prices rise, cassava flakes, also known as garri and rice, have risen by more than 50%.

In April, a cup of garri cost ₦150, but now sells for ₦250. A five-liter paint bucket costs between ₦4,000 and ₦4,300.

A 50kg bag of foreign rice now costs between ₦95,000 and ₦100,000, up from ₦70,000-75,000 previously.

Price Of Bag Of Rice

Foreign rice – ₦95,000

Nigerian Rice (Stone Free) – ₦76,000

50kg Bag of Golden Rice Nigeria Rice – ₦85,000

Price Of Bag Of Beans

White Beans 25kg (₦35,000)

Brown Beans 25kg (₦33,000)

Honey beans 25kg (₦38,500)

White Beans 50kg (₦62,500)

Brown Beans 50kg (₦65,000)

Honey beans 50kg (₦75,000)

White Beans 100kg (₦120,000)

Brown Beans 100kg (₦120,000)

Honey beans 100kg (₦150,000)

Soy Beans/Waken Soya – ₦65,000

Price Of Bag Of Garri

1kg – ₦1,000

5kg – ₦5,000

10kg – ₦10,000

25kg – ₦25,000

50kg – ₦50,000

100kg – ₦100,000

1 ton – ₦1,000,000

Tomatoes and pepper

A bucket of tomatoes sells between ₦8,000 to ₦10,000

A small painter bucket of pepper sells for ₦4,000.

A big basket of tomatoes sells for ₦65,000.

A bag of pepper sells for ₦52,000


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