A market is a place where parties can gather to facilitate the exchange of goods and services. The parties involved are usually buyers and sellers.
The market may be physical, like a retail outlet where people meet face-to-face, or virtual like an online market, where there is no direct physical contact between buyers and sellers. Market generally is a place filled with different commodities, where customers tends to get their foodstuffs.
A market also helps in optimal utilization of resources. Markets increases the National income.
Due to the rising and falling of dollar rate in Nigeria, market prices tends to change everyday. In order for customers to be updated on the current prices at the market, ONE KIOSK AFRICA develops a market price list which is updated regularly to enable customers shop easily.
Here is today’s update on the market price list:
- Tomatoes – ₦9,000 (Half basket)
- Rodo 1/2 bag big – ₦9,500
- Rodo 1/2 bag small – ₦6,500
- Shombo 1/2 bag – ₦7,000
- Irish potato – ₦3,500 (Paint)
- Tuber of Yam – ₦1,500 (Medium)
- Banga I custard – ₦2,500
- Periwinkles a cup – ₦500
- Cat fish small – ₦1,000
- Cat fish medium – ₦1,600
- Cat fish big – ₦2,200
- Spaghetti – ₦370
- Egusi a cup – ₦600
- Basmati rice – ₦7,000
- A carton of Titus fish – ₦28,200
- Half carton of Titus fish – ₦14,200
- Quarter carton of Titus fish – ₦7,200
- Palm oil (Eva bottle) – ₦1,600
- Chicken old layers – ₦3,200
- Yellow garri – 1 paint (4L) – ₦1,100
- Knorr Maggi – ₦850
- Sweet potato – ₦1,500 (Paint)
- Locus beans a cup – ₦500
- A bucket of onion – ₦2,000
- Tomatoes past roll – ₦600
- A carton of kote fish – ₦24,700
- Half carton of kote fish – ₦12,500
With these prices, it will be safer to begin Christmas shopping NOW! Click here to start shopping now.
Published by: Onuoma Alerechi