In Nairobi, a 90-kilogram bag of dry green peas is retailing at 4,845 which is much cheaper than Mombasa.
Tough times beckon for households across the country as commodity prices are expected to continue rising amidst declines in the supply of fresh and dry items.
A 90-kilogram bag of a white cowpeas is currently retailing at 6,800 shillings in Nairobi. In Kitale, a 90-kilogram bag of white cowpeas is retailing at 8,000 shillings which is cheaper than Nairobi.
Kisumu has the highest price as a 90 kilogram retailing at 9,200 shillings while Nakuru and Isiolo the price of white cowpeas are going for 8,100 shillings and 8000 shillings respectively. Eldoret has the lowest price as a 90 kilogram going for 7,000 shillings.
Eldoret has a relatively high price of dry green peas which is retailing at the price of 6,120 shillings per every 90 kilograms while Kisumu has the lowest as a 90 kilogram going at 2,700 shillings.
In Nairobi, a 90-kilogram bag of dry green peas is retailing at 4,845 which is much cheaper than Mombasa. In Mombasa, the price of a 90-kilogram bag of dry peas retails at 6,000 shillings as well as Malindi.
Nakuru, the price of a 90-kilogram bag of dry green peas is retailing at 4,500. The price is much lower as compared to other towns like Kajiado where a 90-kilogram bag is retailing at 5,500 shillings.
A 90-kilogram bag of finger millet is being sold at 7,500 shillings in Nairobi, 6,750 shillings in Mombasa, 7,600 in Kisumu, and 7,600 in Eldoret.
Kakamega registered the lowest prices as a 90-kilogram bag of finger millet retails at 4,000 shillings followed by Kitale at 4,500 shillings. Malindi has the highest price where a 90-kilogram bag goes at 8,100 shillings.