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Price Of Food In Nigeria Today? by 19naia(m): 2:01am On May 18, 2012
What is price of eating in nigeria today? i guess i must describe what i would like to eat.....A pot of traditional soup to last 4 days to put on rice and yams...i like pounded yam and wonder what the price is at an average mans clean restuarant? also maybe to eat at restuarant rice with soup topping with plantains and meat? ---------------------------bag of rice to last 1 month if cook rice once a day for 2 people?-------------------------------------------------------Tubers of nigerian yams to last 1 month to cook once a day to feed 2 people? -------------------------------------------price of kilo of meat..Goat,chicken or fish....?------------------------------------------------------------------------The price of fruits like banana,oranges,mangos,and other common fruits in market??--------------------------------------The price of various fresh vegetables like leafy greens,cabbages and if carrots and others? -------------------------- If you want to add on other types of foods prices,i will be happy...i forgot Loaf fresh bread aand things like Milo or ovaaltine and milk...maybe i will use these package foods some times........So my interest is to find current prices so i can understand the amount of budget to eat well....i am guessing the prices will be according to per kilo scale or by the size of packaged goods...Thanks to any one who can help....
Re: Price Of Food In Nigeria Today? by MissyB3(f): 10:51pm On May 22, 2012
Where are the women in Nigeria? No one buys foodstuff anymore? smiley

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