There is no change in the rate of eggs in the midst of a big decline in the price of chicken.
Amidst reports of bird flu, there is a huge decline in the price of chicken. But despite this, there is no significant decline in the price of eggs. Not only this, the demand for eggs has also not decreased.
- January 9, 2021, 10:14 AM IST
Nawab Ali, the owner of the poultry farm and president of the UP Egg Association, says, “In a city or state where chickens have not been exposed to bird flu, the administration should check the rumors being spread about the chicken and egg market. This affects the poultry business worth thousands of crores of rupees. The World Health Organization has also said that if eggs and chicken are cooked and eaten properly, then all kinds of viruses die. ”
In which city is the egg being sold today?
If we talk about four days ago, the price of 100 eggs in different mandis of the country ranged from Rs 580 to Rs 470. But today, after the news of bird flu came four days later, there has been a slight difference on the price of eggs. Also, the demand has also reduced by hardly 5 to 10 percent.
There has been a big fall in the price of chicken due to the news of bird flu, chicken selling for Rs 105 a kg is being sold at Rs 40 a kg
100 eggs are being sold in Gorakhpur at Rs 560, Purvanchal 560, Faizabad 545, Varanasi 535, Lucknow 509, Allahabad. 490 in Surat, Kolkata 488, Godavari-Vijayawada 480, Jhansi-Gwalior, Agra are being sold at the rate of 470. At the same time, today’s rate in the country’s largest Barwala, Haryana Mandi is Rs 470. After the news on social media that chickens are dying of bird flu in Barwala, there has been a big difference in the rate of eggs here. However, there has been no official confirmation of this news. The rate of eggs here was Rs 550 till 5-6 days ago. Even in this environment, the cheapest egg in the country is being sold at Poona-Akola for Rs 420.