Price of a Bag of Rice in Nigeria Today (Stallion and Others)

How is a bag of rice currently sold in Nigeria today? We all know that rice is one of the most popular food in this country and the prices keep fluctuating on daily basis. Who can give us the accurate prices of different brands of rice in Nigeria.

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      For the Stallion brand of rice which is quite popular with Nigerians, this comes in diferent types as well as packaging. These include the Royal Stallion Golden Standard Rice which goes for N15,320 per 50kg bag, The Royal Stallion Golden Stadard Premium Long Grain Rice selling for N22,500 per 50kg bag, and also the 10kg bag Royal Stallion Rice that sells for N5,250.

      Other brands of rice include;

      Caprice currently sold for N14,500 per 50 kg bag

      Mama gold sold for N15,000/50kg

      Royal Stallion sold at N14,500/50kg

      10 kg Mama Gold which goes for N3,000

      Tomato Aroso Thai going for N14,500/50kg

      Riceland for N14,500/50kg and

      PJS Rice for N14,500/50kg bag

      Currently, depending on the type of beans you want to buy, a bag of beans costs between N18,000 to N25,000.

      There are currently several rice distributors in NIgeria. These distributors sell rice belonging to various brands, including Royal Stallion Rice. some of these distributors include the following;

      Royal Siblings Ventures Limited located at Ikosi Isheri, Kosofe, Lagos

      Marvel Marketing Limited located at Aboru Estate, Alimosho, Lagos

      Mide Foods, located at Akilo-Ogba, Ikeja Lagos and several other dealers within the Lagos area.

      Currently in Nigeria, the cost of foodstuff is quite high. These cut across the grains to the oils, crayfish garri, and all other foodstuff in the market.

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