With the new year, the price hikes started to rain like rain. Finally, after egg prices, red meat prices were also increased. With the increase, there was an increase of approximately 29 percent in first quality bovine red meat products.
The price of 30 eggs, which was 20 lira in 2021, tripled in 2022. On the market shelves, 30 eggs are sold for an average of 65 liras.
Industry officials state that the course of prices will be determined by costs. It is predicted that there will not be high increases in egg prices in 2023.
Meat and Dairy Institution also announced that the prices of carcass meat purchased from producers were increased. Thus, the kilogram price of veal carcass increased from 90 lira to 116 lira.
With the increase, there was an increase of approximately 29 percent in first quality bovine red meat products. The Meat and Dairy Institution increased the price of sheep meat between 5 and 8 liras per kilo.
Thus, the kilogram price of lamb carcass was increased from 92 lira to 99 lira.
In addition, in the statement made by the institution, it was noted that the producers will be given a “Curly Lamb Premium” of 10 lira per kilogram for curly breed lambs.