Current Prices of Bag Of Rice in Nigeria 2021. Just as we always give you the latest prices of things available in Nigeria, We will be doing the same in this post. Rice is generally eaten in Nigeria by all clans as it isn’t unconventional to any clan or ethnic gathering in the country. One and all eat it. The lone distinction is the kind of rice you eat and the manner in which you set it up.
Rice is an oat grain, and it is gathered as a seed of the grass species deductively known as Oryza sativa. Beside rice being a regular food in Nigeria, it is additionally stylized food.
Seeing the manner in which rice is basic in Nigeria, the value is by all accounts costly despite the fact that with the creation of rice in certain parts of Nigeria, there has been a decrease in the cost. Rice, nonetheless, actually stays a little expensive contrasted with different groceries.
This post, thusly, hight the costs of various types of rice accessible in the country.
Prices Of Bag Of Rice In Nigeria 2021
There are various brands of rice in Nigeria, and their cost changes albeit the distinction isn’t that much their costs contrast. These brands of rice include:
Cost of Mama Gold Rice
Mom Gold 50kg Rice – ₦20,000 to ₦22,000
25kg Mama Gold Rice – ₦15,000 to ₦18,000
Mom Gold 10kg Rice – ₦8,500 to ₦10,000
Cost of Mama’s Pride Rice
Mom’s Pride 25kg Rice – ₦10,750 to ₦13,500
Mother’s Pride 50kg Rice – ₦18,500 to ₦20,000
Cost of Caprice
Whim 25kg Rice – ₦10,000 to ₦13,000
Impulse 50kg Rice – ₦17,500 to ₦20,000
Cost of Royal Stallion Rice
50kg Royal Stallion Rice – ₦18,000 to ₦20,000
Illustrious Stallion Rice of 25kg – ₦10,200 to ₦13,700
Illustrious Stallion 10kg Rice – ₦5,100 to ₦9,700
Ofada rice of 5kg sells inside the scope of ₦2,500 to ₦3,000
5kg Pack of Basmati rice sells inside the scope of ₦3,500 to ₦4,500.
The 50kg pack of rice goes for about N19,000 while the 25kg sells around ₦9,500.
Bird of prey Rice
A 25kg pack of Falcon rice sells inside ₦7,500 to ₦9,000
The 50kg pack of Lake ride is sold inside the scope of ₦11,000 and ₦12,500, while the 25kg goes for ₦5,500 and ₦6,250.
There are top 6 world makers of rice on the planet, and the biggest exporter of all is Thailand which is trailed by the United States India, and Vietnam. Albeit the biggest maker of rice on the planet remains China, they are not the main exporter since they scarcely send out, yet they are accountable for 30% of the world rice.