The price of poultry and eggs in Egypt is 57 pounds
Prices of poultry and eggs The poultry and egg industry is one of the most important agricultural industries in Egypt, as it represents a major source of animal protein needed by the Egyptian consumer. The prices of poultry and eggs fluctuate greatly in Egypt, due to several factors affecting production and distribution.
Factors affecting the prices of poultry and eggs in Egypt
- internal production
- Demand and supply
- the quality
- Customs taxes and fees
Egypt relies on domestic production to meet its need for poultry and eggs, and it is noteworthy that this production is affected by several factors, including weather conditions and diseases affecting poultry.
Demand and supply
Demand and supply affect the prices of poultry and eggs, as an increase in demand for poultry and eggs leads to an increase in their prices, while a decrease in demand leads to a decrease in their prices. Competitor prices for imported poultry and eggs must also be considered.
Quality is one of the main factors that affect the prices of poultry and eggs, as the ability of poultry to produce and their suitability for human consumption depends on it. Imported poultry is experiencing some quality problems, which leads to a decrease in consumer confidence in it.
Costs are among the main factors affecting poultry and egg prices in Egypt, as they include costs incurred by poultry farms, such as feed costs, raw materials, labor costs, and maintenance costs.
Although Egypt produces large quantities of poultry and eggs, there are some factors that affect their prices, such as high costs of production, distribution and storage, and market fluctuations in supply and demand.
Poultry is grown in Egypt on a large scale, and it is considered an important industry in the country, as many farmers and workers in the agricultural sector depend on it.
It is known that the prices of poultry and eggs vary according to the season and according to supply and demand in the market.
What are the prices of poultry and eggs in Egypt?
With regard to the prices of poultry and eggs at the present time in Egypt, the price of poultry on the farm is about 57 pounds, and it is sold to citizens at a price starting from 62 pounds per kilo, while the price of fattening white poultry ranges from about 65 pounds for small ones and 70 pounds for large ones to the consumer in stores. These prices are considered high for many people in Egypt, and are an obstacle for many poor families.
Banana prices today
It is noteworthy that the prices of poultry and eggs in Egypt are affected by several basic factors, including costs, climate, supply and demand, and the technology used in production. Recently, the prices of poultry and eggs have skyrocketed, causing more burdens for consumers.
According to the latest reports, the prices of fattening white poultry start at about 65 pounds for small ones and 70 pounds for large ones for consumers in shops, while the price of poultry and eggs on the farm reaches 57 pounds. Poultry prices are also affected by the cost of feed, energy, labor, marketing, transportation and other factors.
Meanwhile, panneh is one of the main products that Egypt is famous for, and some types are known for their high quality and unique flavour. The price of the pane is also affected by several factors, including farm costs, manufacturing processes, packaging and transportation, as well as supply and demand in the local and international markets.
However, the prices of poultry, eggs, and paneer are constantly changing, and vary from region to region and from season to season, depending on several factors. It is important for consumers to be aware of the prices of these products, in order to enable them to make the right decisions when purchasing them.
It is worth noting that the prices of meat and poultry are subject to fluctuations and sudden changes in the markets, due to the multiple factors that affect the production and distribution process, such as costs, supply and demand, weather conditions, and animal health problems.
With the recent rise in the prices of poultry and eggs in Egypt, the decline in the prices of dairy products comes as a hope for consumers to obtain some meat items at lower prices, but the question remains about the extent of price stability in the future and what steps the concerned authorities will take to achieve this.
Banana prices decreased today, starting from 145 pounds per kilo, and may reach 170 pounds in some areas, after it recorded 200 pounds a few days ago.
Duck prices today
As for the prices of ducks in the Egyptian market, they have witnessed remarkable movements in the recent period. The prices of some types of ducks have decreased, as the price of ordinary ducks in the market ranged between 85 and 90 pounds per kilo, while the price of local ducks ranged between 115 and 130 pounds per kilo.
The Egyptian market witnesses a variation in prices on a daily basis, mainly due to the multiple factors that affect these prices, including supply and demand, production and distribution costs, as well as external factors such as weather conditions and political conditions.
Consumers always wish to obtain high-quality products at reasonable prices, and it is important for the concerned authorities to monitor the markets and work to provide appropriate conditions to achieve this, whether through regulating the market, increasing supply, or achieving self-sufficiency in production and distribution.
Chick prices today
The prices of chicks are declining in the market today, as the price of white chicks ranged between 11-12 pounds, and the price of Sasso chicks ranged from 8-9 pounds.
Egg prices today
As for the price of a carton of eggs today for Suhoor on the 12th day of Ramadan, it has declined during the past days and its prices are as follows:
- The price of a carton of red eggs ranges between 97-98 pounds at the farm, and between 100 and 105 pounds for the consumer, depending on the region.
- The price of a carton of white eggs reached 90 pounds at the farm, and between 93-95 pounds, depending on the region, for the consumer.
- The price of a carton of municipal eggs starts at 103 pounds at the farm and is sold to citizens at around 109-115 pounds.