Here Are The New Official Prices Of Meat & Derivatives In Lebanon

Here Are The New Official Prices Of Meat And Their Derivatives In Lebanon
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After negotiating with the concerned syndicates, the caretaker ministers of economy and agriculture, Raoul Nehme and Abbas Mortada, released a new list that specifies the fixed prices of meat products in .

The updated list provides the upper limit of the pricing of beef, poultry, and lamb, in addition to eggs.

The syndicates agreed to adhere to the list and to maintain the availability of the necessary products for consumers at all times.

The prices on the list have gone into effect and will remain valid for 3 months; the list may be modified whenever necessary, according to the two ministries.

The following are highlights of the listed items and their maximum fixed prices in Lebanese pounds:

Poultry:

  • chicken: 8,500.
  • Butchered: 12,500.
  • Gizzards: 8,000.
  • Liver: 12,500.
  • Whole thigh: 11,000.
  • Whole hip: 8,000.
  • Whole wing: 11,000.
  • Boneless breast: 19,000.
  • Whole boneless chicken: 23,000.

Grade-A Eggs

  • 1 egg: 550.
  • 6-egg carton: 4,500.
  • 10-egg carton: 8,000.
  • 12-egg carton: 9,500.
  • 15-egg carton: 11,500.
  • 30-egg carton: 16,000.

Grade-B Eggs

  • 1 egg: 500.
  • 6-egg carton: 4,000.
  • 10-egg carton: 7,000.
  • 12-egg carton: 8,500.
  • 15-egg carton: 10,500.
  • 30-egg carton: 12,750.

Bio, Free-Range Eggs

  • 1 egg: 1,000.
  • 6-egg carton: 6,000.
  • 10-egg carton: 10,000.
  • 12-egg carton: 12,000.
  • 15-egg carton: 15,000.
  • 30-egg carton: 30,000.

Frozen Beef

  • Face: 30,000.
  • Shank: 26,000.
  • Brisket: 25,000.
  • Shoulder: 25,000.
  • Ribs: 25,000.
  • Sirloin: 35,000.
  • Tenderloin (fillet): 40,000.

Fresh Beef and Lamb:

  • Ground beef (thigh): 39,000.
  • Ground beef (brisket): 36,000.
  • Whole pure beef cut: 36,000.
  • Ground “Bella” lamb (thigh): 41,000.
  • Ground “Bella” lamb (brisket): 39,000.
  • Whole pure “Bella” lamb cut: 35,000.
  • Ground Awassi lamb (thigh): 51,000.
  • Ground Awassi lamb (brisket): 49,000.
  • Whole pure Awassi lamb cut: 44,000.

*All images used in this article belong to the Ministry of Economy and Trade


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