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Monthly Market Update, Red Sea State, January 2022  2022.
Sorghum, millet, and wheat are the most important food commodities in northern Sudan. Sorghum is the staple food for the majority of poor households in central and eastern Sudan regions while millet is the main staple food for majority of households in Darfur and some parts of Kordofan regions in western Sudan.
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Market and Trade Bulletin, Gedarif State , Jul-Sep 2021  2021.
The average prices of sorghum (Feterita) showed fluctuation during the 3rd quarter of 2021 in the Gedaref market and selected markets. The Average price of the sorghum decreased by 11% from 9,607.35 SDG per sack 90 kg in July to 8,583.56 SDG in September2021
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The average prices of sorghum (Feterita) showed fluctuation during the 3rd quarter of 2021 in the Gedaref market and selected markets. The Average price of the sorghum decreased by 11% from 9,607.35 SDG per sack 90 kg in July to 8,583.56 SDG in September2021
Market and Trade Bulletin, Blue Nile State , September 2021  2021.
Key factors influenced food price trends in September are; flood-related trade disruptions that provided further upward pressure on food prices, sustained difficulties of macroeconomic, and high prices of agricultural inputs inflating production and transportation costs. As a result of these drivers, the majority of vulnerable households continued to receive more hardships a mid-deteriorati
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Key factors influenced food price trends in September are; flood-related trade disruptions that provided further upward pressure on food prices, sustained difficulties of macroeconomic, and high prices of agricultural inputs inflating production and transportation costs. As a result of these drivers, the majority of vulnerable households continued to receive more hardships a mid-deteriorati
Market and Trade Bulletin , Red Sea State , August 2021  2021.
A average wholesale price of Sorghum across the monitored markets in the State compared to last month (July) price was 11,406.00 SDG/sack which decreased by 48%, this can be attributed to the appearance of the new crop from local production. - High cost of fuel had increased transportation costs of all food items from productive areas to consumption areas, and hence negatively affected purchas
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A average wholesale price of Sorghum across the monitored markets in the State compared to last month (July) price was 11,406.00 SDG/sack which decreased by 48%, this can be attributed to the appearance of the new crop from local production. - High cost of fuel had increased transportation costs of all food items from productive areas to consumption areas, and hence negatively affected purchas
Market and Trade Bulletin, Blue Nile State , August 2021  2021.
Domestic wholesale and retail prices of cereals (key staple food) have leveled off in August, while prices of cash crops and key items in the common food consumption basket including (vegetables, livestock products, Sugar, lentils, wheat flour and fish showed varied trends across the three monitored markets (Damazine, Rosaires and Boat). Comparing with last year’s values, current price lev
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Domestic wholesale and retail prices of cereals (key staple food) have leveled off in August, while prices of cash crops and key items in the common food consumption basket including (vegetables, livestock products, Sugar, lentils, wheat flour and fish showed varied trends across the three monitored markets (Damazine, Rosaires and Boat). Comparing with last year’s values, current price lev
Market and Trade Bulletin, Blue Nile State , July 2021  2021.
Domestic wholesale and retail prices of cereals (key staple food), cash crops, vegetables, livestock, livestock products, fish and key commodities of local food basket varied across the three monitored markets (Damazine, Rosaires and Bout) in response to the seasonal trend and remained 300 – 500 percent higher than of July 2020
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Domestic wholesale and retail prices of cereals (key staple food), cash crops, vegetables, livestock, livestock products, fish and key commodities of local food basket varied across the three monitored markets (Damazine, Rosaires and Bout) in response to the seasonal trend and remained 300 – 500 percent higher than of July 2020
Market and Trade Bulletin , Red Sea State , July 20201  2021.
Sorghum, millet, and wheat are the most important food commodities in northern Sudan. Sorghum is the staple food for the majority of poor households in central and eastern Sudan regions while millet is the main staple food for majority of households in Darfur and some parts of Kordofan regions in western Sudan. Wheat is most often used as a substitute all over Northern Sudan but it is a staple
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Sorghum, millet, and wheat are the most important food commodities in northern Sudan. Sorghum is the staple food for the majority of poor households in central and eastern Sudan regions while millet is the main staple food for majority of households in Darfur and some parts of Kordofan regions in western Sudan. Wheat is most often used as a substitute all over Northern Sudan but it is a staple
Market and Trade Bulletin , White Nile state , July 2021  2021.
The Sudanese economy has gone through great changes which, in turn affected the prices of all commodities, especially the consumer ones, which in turn affected food and nutrition security through the great changes that occurred in a short periods. Also the economic deterioration affected the gross domestic product and the difficulty of obtaining imported and local food commodities compared to
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The Sudanese economy has gone through great changes which, in turn affected the prices of all commodities, especially the consumer ones, which in turn affected food and nutrition security through the great changes that occurred in a short periods. Also the economic deterioration affected the gross domestic product and the difficulty of obtaining imported and local food commodities compared to
Market and Trade Bulletin, Red Sea State , May 2021  2021.
The average Sorghum wholesale price across the monitored markets in all localities compared with April price was 9590.00 SDG/sack and increased by17 percent .This increase due to high transportation cost and high cost of production; compared with last year in the same month May 2020 with this month Sorghum price jumped in the state by100.5%. This sharp increase can be attributed to the i
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The average Sorghum wholesale price across the monitored markets in all localities compared with April price was 9590.00 SDG/sack and increased by17 percent .This increase due to high transportation cost and high cost of production; compared with last year in the same month May 2020 with this month Sorghum price jumped in the state by100.5%. This sharp increase can be attributed to the i
Market and Trade Bulletin, Red Sea State , April 2021  2021.
In April 2021, the average wholesale price of Sorghum across the monitored markets in all localities was 8180.00 SDG/sack, which is decrease by 3 percent compared to the previous month. This slight decrease due to high supply and low demand, this attribute to appeared new production. The average price of sorghum was higher by 86.5% compared to last year in the same month (April 2020) and
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In April 2021, the average wholesale price of Sorghum across the monitored markets in all localities was 8180.00 SDG/sack, which is decrease by 3 percent compared to the previous month. This slight decrease due to high supply and low demand, this attribute to appeared new production. The average price of sorghum was higher by 86.5% compared to last year in the same month (April 2020) and
Market and Trade Bulletin, Blue Nile State , April 2021  2021.
Inflation rate: the Blue Nile inflation has risen to 545.1 percent in March. Comparing with the national one, state level inflation remained higher by 203.3%. The main drivers of high inflation are continuous increases in prices of 12 food and non-food items that have a great 3 share in household expenditures. Otherwise, the persistent structural economic factors such as devaluated local cur
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Inflation rate: the Blue Nile inflation has risen to 545.1 percent in March. Comparing with the national one, state level inflation remained higher by 203.3%. The main drivers of high inflation are continuous increases in prices of 12 food and non-food items that have a great 3 share in household expenditures. Otherwise, the persistent structural economic factors such as devaluated local cur
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