Egg rate Today (June 5, 2023) in Delhi is 4.91
Latest Egg Price of June 5, 2023
|Date||Per Egg Rate(Rs.)||Egg Tray Rate(Rs.)|
|Mon, Jun 05, 2023||4.91||147.30|
|Sun, Jun 04, 2023||4.91||147.30|
|Sat, Jun 03, 2023||4.91||147.30|
|Fri, Jun 02, 2023||4.89||146.70|
|Thu, Jun 01, 2023||4.89||146.70|
|Wed, May 31, 2023||4.89||146.70|
|Tue, May 30, 2023||4.87||146.10|
|Mon, May 29, 2023||4.80||144.00|
|Sun, May 28, 2023||4.75||142.50|
|Sat, May 27, 2023||4.67||140.10|
|Fri, May 26, 2023||4.58||137.40|
|Thu, May 25, 2023||4.55||136.50|
|Wed, May 24, 2023||4.50||135.00|
|Tue, May 23, 2023||4.50||135.00|
Graphical Representation of egg rate in Delhi
What is the egg rate today in Delhi?Today’s date is Mon, Jun 05, 2023 and we can see that the egg rates in Delhi today is 4.91. But if we compare today’s date with yesterday’s date, we can see that yesterday the egg price in Delhi was 4.91.
|Egg rate details||Data|
|Today's Egg rate||4.91|
|Egg rate 7 days ago||4.8|
|Weekly Change in Egg rate(Rs.)||0.11|
|% Weekly Change in Egg Rate||+2.29%|
|NECC Egg Price||4.91|
|Average Price till today||4.9|
What is the egg rate of a tray in Delhi?If you are looking to buy egg in bulk then you can consider buying an egg tray. The egg tray which usually holds 30 eggs in a tray costs 147.30.Looking at the graph above you can see how the egg rate has fluctuated on a daily basis. In the above graph you can also see the weekly change of egg prices. If we compare the change in weekly egg price, then there has been a change of 0.11 rupees in it.
Egg rates of different districts of Delhi
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Some facts about Egg Rates in India
Egg rates in Delhi vary based on various factors such as cities, demand/supply trends, egg producers, poultry farmers, weather, etc. Eggs are one of the most popular sources of protein in India. In India, we use eggs as food in many things like egg curries, omelettes, poached eggs and boiled eggs.
There is another factor to egg prices as well, and that is the breed of the chicken. There are many breeds of chickens in India that are reared for egg production. Some breeds like Kadaknath chicken are popular for their high-quality meat and eggs. That’s why they are more expensive than other breeds.
The NECC updates egg prices on a daily basis, and egg business owners should check the NECC website for the latest prices. For egg business owners, maintaining the quality and price of eggs is important. This can be achieved only if the farmers store and transport the eggs properly to avoid any breakage and contamination. And if this is ignored then the quality of eggs will decrease which will result in an increase in the price of eggs.
*Please remember these points about Egg rates*
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We at Eggrate.Kitchenproducts360.com are not the official website of the National Egg Coordination Committee (NECC). Our platform is designed to help our users to know egg rates and egg prices in the simple and graphical representation of egg prices collected from the NECC site.
Suggested egg prices are published for the trade, egg buyers, and industry which is for reference and informational purposes only. Neither Eggrate.Kitchenproducts360.com nor NECC comply with or enforce these suggested egg prices. It is important to note that egg prices may vary marginally from one place to another across states and districts in India.
This variation can also exist from egg markets to wholesale markets and also from wholesale markets to retail outlets in Delhi. Egg rates are decided by NECC and egg manufacturers based on the stock, flow and demand from the egg market.
There is no fixed rate for eggs across the state of Delhi and its districts. It is also important to note that prices vary between shopping malls/supermarkets and retail outlets depending on the state, geo-location, availability and other factors.
Another important thing to note is that there is no tax on the production and sale of eggs in India. Therefore, all types of eggs are exempted from GST. At eggrate.kitchenproducts360.com, we endeavour to provide you latest and most comprehensive information about egg rates. Using our website, all egg business owners and egg consumers can check live egg prices in Delhi with our graphical and comparative graphs and charts.
Some FAQs related to Egg rates
What is the egg rate today in India?
The average egg rate varies from location to location, season to season and many more such factors are there. However, the average egg rate today in India is Rs.5–Rs5.5
What is the cost of 1 egg in India?
As I said the cost of the egg may vary from place to place and also from month to month. It also varies on several other factors. But on average, the cost of 1 egg is ₹5
How does NECC suggest egg prices?
NECC suggests egg prices based on various factors such as cost of production, demand and supply, market conditions etc. Suggested prices are not mandatory and may differ from actual prices at different locations.
Are organic eggs more expensive than regular eggs?
Yes, we can say that organic eggs are more expensive than regular eggs because they are produced using different farming practices and those methods are quite expensive than the normal methods.
Are brown eggs more expensive than white eggs?
Yes, in many locations, people believe that brown eggs are more nutritious and healthier than white eggs. But in reality, both the brown and white eggs are the same in all measures.
How often do egg rates change?
Egg rates can change on a daily or weekly basis or monthly basis, depending on the market conditions.
Do egg prices increase during holidays?
Yes, in many cases it can be said that egg prices increase during holidays especially in weekends because of the higher demand for eggs
What is the cost of 4 eggs?
If we take the average price of an egg to be ₹6. Then the cost of 4 eggs will be ₹24-25
How much does 1 egg weigh?
Generally, chicken eggs in India weigh from around 40-70 grams per egg. But important point is that different regions of India have different average egg sizes, so you can see some variation in their size and weight according to the places.
What is the rate of 30 eggs?
If we take the average price of an egg to be ₹6. Then the cost of 30 eggs will be ₹180-₹200