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Egg Price in Pakistan November 2020

Egg Price in Pakistan November 2020

Eggs started selling for up to Rs 190 per dozen. In Islamabad, the price of a dozen eggs has gone up from Rs 125 to Rs 190. The Pakistan Poultry Association says that the prices of eggs and poultry will not increase further in winter. Egg prices have skyrocketed across the country and the price of a dozen eggs has gone up from Rs 120 to Rs 190.

Prices of flour, pulses, sugar, milk, eggs, meat, and other food items have risen sharply in Pakistan. In Islamabad, the price of a dozen eggs has gone up from Rs 125 to Rs 190. In Karachi, eggs went up from Rs 120 to Rs 170 per dozen. At present, the price of a dozen eggs in Lahore is Rs 161. In Peshawar, the price of a dozen eggs has gone up to Rs 168 and domestic chicken eggs to Rs 240, while in Multan the price has gone up to Rs 180 per dozen eggs.

Egg Price in Pakistan October 2020

Price egg in Pak Currency

In Karachi too, eggs are being sold at Rs 170 per dozen with an increase of Rs 50 a week. In a fortnight in Lahore, the price of eggs rose by Rs 23 per dozen to Rs 161. In Peshawar, the price of eggs per dozen rose to Rs 168 and domestic chicken eggs started selling at Rs 240 after crossing the double century. In Multan, the price of a dozen eggs reached Rs 180.

Punjab egg rate:4710

Karachi Egg Rate
Karachi Egg
Dealers Rate = 4620
PPA Rate = 4770

Corona and rains have led to the extinction of five million chickens, which has led to an increase in chicken prices. After Corona, wedding halls and restaurants have also opened, which has led to a gap in supply and demand. And while egg production may increase or decrease, prices for eggs and poultry will not rise further in the winter.

Pakistan produces and consumes eight million chickens a day and 157 billion eggs a year, but in the last two years, farmers have suffered the worst losses and 60% of their poultry farms have been shut down. Rates have risen. Poultry and eggs have also become more expensive due to the high cost of production and feed. A 50 kg sack of feed has gone up from Rs 2,600 to Rs 4,000. If the price of feed and taxes are reduced, then the price of chicken and eggs will go down.

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