Thursday , September 21 2023

Vegetable Price list in Pakistan September 2023

The official price of onion is Rs 44 per kg, sold in the market at Rs 60 per kg. Tomato official price is Rs 110 per kg, in the market Rs 160 per kg, garlic official price is Rs 365 and in the market Rs 450 per kg, ginger official price is Rs 895, in the market Rs 1000 per kg, fenugreek official price is Rs 250 and in the market Rs 300 per kg.
The prices of several vegetables in the vegetable markets have increased by Rs.10. There is a clear difference between the official rate list and the prices of vegetables sold in the markets. Onion first grade official price Rs 52, in the market 65, tomato first grade official price Rs 130, in the city 145, garlic domestic official price 250, in the markets 330, ginger official rate Rs 895 but in the markets sold at Rs 970 per kg.

Vegetable Price list in Pakistan September 2023

According to the first rate list, green chilli is Rs 100, open market is Rs 105, potato is Rs 80 instead of Rs 72, lemon is Rs 160, official price is Rs 160, okra is Rs 170 in the market, okra is Rs 100, open market is Rs 120 per kg, eggplant is official rate. 125 rupees, 135 rupees in the open market, 70 rupees according to the closed cabbage rate list and 80 rupees in the market.

Vegetable Price list in Pakistan
vegetable prices Islamabad September 2023

The price of tomato increased drastically. There was a big increase in the price of tomato in different cities of the country including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar. In Karachi, 4 kg of tomatoes were sold for Rs 100 a few days ago, now they are selling for Rs 100 per kg. In Quetta, the price of tomatoes has suddenly increased by 100% before Eid and the price of tomatoes is 50 per kg. It has increased to 100 rupees. Market sources have to say that since the demand for tomatoes increases on Eid, its price also increases as its demand increases.

راولپنڈی اسلام آباد میں اشیاء خورونوش کی قیمتوں میں اضافہ
زیادہ سے زیادہ فی کلو قیمتکم از کم فی کلو قیمتاشیاءنمبر شمار
106 روپے82 روپےآلو01
110 روپے85 روپےپیاز02
100 روپے90 روپےٹماٹر03
580 روپے430 روپےلہسن04
1300 روپے1300 روپےادرک05
150 روپے150 روپےشلجم06
158 روپے158 روپےاروی07
137 روپے137 روپےسبز مرچ08
180 روپے180 روپےشملہ مرچ09
205 روپے205 روپےلیموں10
93 روپے93 روپےبینگن11
128 روپے96 روپےکریلا12
130 روپے85 روپےتوری13
157 روپے157 روپےٹینڈا14
130 روپے130 روپےکھیرا15
40 روپے36 روپےپالک کی گڈی16
108 روپے108 روپےلوکی17
160 روپے فی درجنکیلا18
264 سے 310 روپے کلوآڑو19
357 روپے کلوانگور20
220 سے 350 روپےسیب21
150 سے 200 روپے کلوگولڈن سیب22
380 روپے فی کلوزندہ مرغی23
580 سے 600 روپے فی کلوگوشت مرغی24

Vegetable Price list in Pakistan 2023

Prices for vegetables might vary depending on production costs like labour, fertiliser, and seed costs. Farmers may raise the price of their produce in order to pay rising production costs. Another important aspect that has an impact on vegetable pricing is supply and demand. The price of a certain vegetable will rise if demand rises and supply is constrained. On the other hand, if there is a large supply and little demand, the price will go down.

Changes in vegetable prices in September 2023

Vegetable prices in Pakistan underwent a number of adjustments in July 2023. While the cost of some veggies increased, the cost of others decreased. Lady Finger costs 100, Chinese garlic costs 335, Thai ginger costs 730, and spinach costs 40 rupees per kilogramme.

Vegetables with increased prices

Tomatoes: In July 2023, the price of tomatoes climbed by 15% as a result of a shortage brought on by unfavourable weather.
Potatoes: The cost of transportation increased, which resulted in a 10% price increase for potatoes.
Onions: The price of onions increased by 5% as a result of a drop in supply brought on by some farmers storing onions.

Vegetables with decreased prices

Cucumbers: Because of an increase in supply brought on by favourable weather conditions, the price of cucumbers dropped by 8%.
Carrots: Due to lower production costs, the price of carrots dropped by 7%.
Green peas: Due to a high supply and limited demand, the price of green peas dropped by 5%.

Factors contributing to the changes in vegetable prices

Vegetable prices fluctuated in July 2023 mostly as a result of supply and demand issues. There was a supply problem with several crops, like tomatoes and potatoes, which raised the cost of those foods. Vegetables like cucumbers, carrots, and green peas, on the other hand, had a strong supply, which resulted in a drop in costs. While some farmers’ stockpiling led to a reduction in supply, transportation expenses were also a factor in the rise in potato prices. There are 80 rupees worth of potato, 80 onion, 60 tomato, 70 cucumber, 70 aubergine and 50 cabbage available.