Meanwhile, it has been found that the prices of domestic and imported onions in the market have increased yet again. Domestic onions are being sold at Tk 145 to Tk 150 per kg with an increase of Tk 5 to Tk 10. And the price of imported onion is falling from 115 to 120 taka.
Potato prices have already gone up and are being sold at Rs 60 to 70 per kg. The price of coarse and medium quality rice has increased by two to three rupees per kg since the beginning of the week. On the other hand, more pricey flour packets have come in the market. The price of this 2 kg packet is Tk 120, which was Tk 110 earlier. Meanwhile, after the increase in the price of lentil, the price of mung dal has increased again. Mugdal of Tk 100 per kg is now Tk 120. Mung dal is also available in the market which is more expensive in terms of quality.
Azhar Uddin is the owner of Feni General Store in Shahjahanpur Bazar Prothom-aloK said, there is no sign of reduction in onion and potato prices. The price of rice and flour has also increased slightly. Due to the increase in the price of daily necessities in the market, there are less buyers.
However, the supply of winter vegetables has increased, resulting in a slight decrease in prices. A few days ago, the price of most vegetables was above 80 rupees per kg, but now the prices of some have come down. However, a kg of tomatoes, beans and beans is still more than 100 rupees. The price of brinjal has decreased slightly, from Tk 90 to Tk 120 per kg.