A 126 Kg bag of cabbages is being sold at an average price of 2,600 shillings following a spot check carried out by SokoDirectory across five major towns in Kenya.
This means that on average, a kilogram of cabbages is being sold at 20 shillings across the country.
Nairobi recorded the lowest price of cabbages, where a 126 Kg bag is being sold at a market price of 1,950 shillings while Mombasa recorded the highest market price of 3,750 shillings.
Kisumu recorded a market price of 2,500 shillings for a 126 Kg bag of cabbages, while Nakuru and Eldoret recorded market prices of 1,800 shillings and 3,000 shillings respectively.
In March, the same 126 Kg bag of cabbages was retailing at an average price of 1,805 shillings, with a kilogram being sold at an average price of 14 shillings.
Kales (Sukumawiki), on the other hand, is being sold at an average market price of 67 shillings per kilogram across major markets in the country.
A 50 Kg bag of Sukumawiki is being sold at 1,750 shillings in Nairobi, 3200 shillings in Eldoret and 4,000 shillings across Mombasa, Kisumu and Nakuru.
Lettuce was hard to come by in most markets, with SokoDirectory only finding prices in Nairobi and Mombasa only.
A 51 Kg bag of Lettuce in Nairobi is being sold at 3,500 shillings while in Mombasa, the same quantity is retailing at 4,200 shillings.