Khabar Online: Field observation of the bean market indicates an increase in the price of chickpeas in this market. In the bean market, the price of products with factory packaging is more expensive than wholesale. Therefore, some chain stores have started selling these protein grains both in store and bulk packaging.
But despite this, the wholesale price of chain stores is higher than that of city-level sellers. For example, while large lentils are priced at 55,000 Tomans per kilo in the city's bean stores, they are sold at 59,422,000 Tomans in chain stores. Of course, in some products, such as small lentils, this is the opposite, and each kilo of bulk small lentils is cheaper in some chain stores than wholesalers in the city.
The price of chickpeas is still fluctuating and reached 61 thousand tomans from 59 thousand tomans with an increase of 3.39% in one week, while it increased by 3.51% last week. In this way, chickpeas recorded a 13% increase in its market within a month (54 to 61 thousand tomans).
Next comes the price of widely used beans without packaging (bulk) (prices are for each kilo of product and are in Tomans).