Pune, also known as Poona is one of the important industrial and trade hubs in India. It is an important city in Maharashtra and is often called the “cultural and educational capital of Maharashtra”. It is located on the banks of Mutha river on Deccan plateau. It has been an important political hot spot in India having seen the rule of Peshwas and Marathas.
The town derives its name from Punya-Vishaya meaning “sacred news”. This name slowly changed to “Punawadi” which ultimately got corrupted into the present name “Pune”. The residents of Pune are called “Punekar”.
The population of Pune is 7.4 million (in 2020), and it has been labelled as the “most liveable city in India”. Being an important centre of trade and commerce in Maharashtra, a huge section of its population is involved with the trade and commerce of poultry items like chicken and eggs.
Since, egg price in Pune changes almost on daily basis, it becomes very important for the poultry traders in Pune to track Egg Rate Pune Today on daily basis.
NECC Egg Rate Today In Pune (Pune Daily Egg Rate)
Egg price in Pune changes almost on daily basis, as the cost of the various affecting factors also changes almost on daily basis. There is a committee called National Egg Coordination Committee that fixes the egg rate today in Pune by taking the demand and supply of eggs into consideration.
In the table given below, we have given you egg prices date wise for this month. These egg rates have been taken from NECC, a nodal committee to fix egg prices in Mumbai and other parts of India. Check the table.
Pune Egg Prices Today
The bar graph below shows how egg rate (per tray) has changed in Pune with each date in February and March. These egg rates are taken from NECC, that is the official agency to fix egg rates in India.
No Data Found
Pune Egg Rate Today
Egg Price today is the price of an egg on a given date of a month. It is very important to track egg rate daily as NECC changes the prices of eggs almost on daily basis.
Both wholesale and retail egg prices in Mumbai went up during the month of winter. The egg rate surged to INR 7 in retail market and the reason was lower egg production hit the egg supplies badly.
It is estimated that Pune city consumes around 30 Lakh eggs per day, but the consumption increases during winters. As supply did not increase accordingly, the egg prices skyrocketed. The supply did not increase because the poultry farmers had reduced their flock size keeping in mind the previous years affected badly by the pandemic.
The prices of eggs in general is going through an upward trend from last few years, as people have increased their egg consumption. It is because eggs are a cheap source of animal protein and they are believed to boost immunity. Further, the input cost in terms of cost of feed and other raw materials has also increased.
As summers are about to start, the consumption of eggs is likely to decrease. This is expected to bring down egg rate in Pune.
However, what will exactly happen to the rates remains to be seen, as there are other factors, that also play an important part in determining the egg rate today in Pune.