Hospet Egg Rate Today
Hospet is one of the famous cities in Karanataka sstate of India. It is also known as Vijayanagara and is located on the banks of river TungaBhadra. It is situated very close to Hampi, which is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Hospet was founded by Krishna Deva Raya in 1520 AD. Its first name was Naagalapura, and it was later changed to Hosa Peta, which ultimately got corrupted into Hospet. The literal meaning of Hospet is New City.
It is a very well known tourist destination in Karnataka, and the main tourist attractions are Hampi site and Tungabhadra dam. Owing to its huge tourism potential, it is one of the main trade sites in the state.
The population of Hospet is 20,61,67 as per the census of 2011. This population is a heavy consumer of eggs and chicken, and hence a good section of its population is involved with the business of chicken and eggs.
Since, egg price in Hospet changes almost on daily basis, it becomes very important for the poultry traders in Hospet to check Egg Rate Hospet Today on daily basis.
NECC Egg Rate Today In Hospet (Hospet Ande Ka Rate)
The egg rate in Hospet is affected by a variety of factors. Keeping in mind all those factors, NECC fixes the prices for Hospet market as well as other egg markets of India.
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 Hospet and other parts of India. Check the table.
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Hospet Egg Prices Today
The bar graph shown below shows the variation of egg prices in Hospet with each date of March 2023. These prices have been taken from NECC, which is a national agency responsible for fixing egg prices in India.
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As per NECC, the egg rate today on 30th of March, 2023 is ₹3.95 per piece. It means a tray of 30 eggs will cost ₹118.5 and a box of 100 eggs will cost ₹395.
Hospet Egg Rate Today Prediction
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.
Karnataka is one such state that is supplying eggs to other states like Maharashtra. The plan to introduce eggs in the mid day meal scheme by Karanatka government has, however increased the local consumption.
This spike in local consumption, along with the hoarding of feed material like Soya and Maize by various suppliers and rise in other input costs has made the eggs costlier in Hospet and other areas of Karnataka.
With the onset of summer season in India, the export of eggs to Northern states by Hospet is likely to fall. This is expected to bring down egg prices significantly.
There are other factors like the pandemic, outbreak of any kind of avian flu, the festivities in India and the exportation to foreign countries like Malaysia, that also play an important role in determining the Hospet egg prices.
So, what exactly will happen to the rate of eggs in Hospet and other parts of India, remains to be seen.