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What’s the Egg Price in Mumbai ?

Please note that, Egg Price may vary marginally from one place to another across the states and districts. Also may vary from from Egg Mandi to Whole Sale, and whole sale to Retail shops in Mumbai . Egg Rate is fixed by NECC ( National Egg Corporation ) and manufacturers based on the stock, inflow, demand from the egg market. Hence there is no fixed price egg rate across the state and districts in Mumbai . Its important to Note that there could be price difference between Shopping malls / Super markets and retail shops based on the State, Geo location, availability, etc.

As we know well, There are no Taxes for Egg production and selling in India , hence GST exempted for all variety of Eggs. We Provide Egg daily rates for states like Telangana, Himachal Pradesh and Puducherry, Goa, Haryana, Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Tripura, Rajasthan, Nagaland, Mizoram, Sikkim, Bihar, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Tamil Nadu, Odisha Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Karnataka, Punjab, Delhi, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Meghalaya, Uttar Pradesh, and Jammu And Kashmir.

As per the latest report, the egg rate in Mumbai has reached Rs. 5.96 per piece. But this is not the highest price for eggs in the city in the last one year. The price of eggs has been on the rise in the city for the last few months. The rise in the price of eggs is due to the increase in the cost of chicken feed. The cost of chicken feed has gone up by 10% in the last few months. This has led to an increase in the price of eggs in Mumbai.

Egg prices in Chennai have been on the rise in recent months, due to a variety of factors. The cost of feed, transportation, and labor have all increased, leading to higher prices at the farm gate. Mumbai consumers are now paying more for eggs, with the average price of a tray eggs now exceeding Rs. 178.8. This is a significant increase from just a few years ago, when a tray eggs could be purchased for as little as Rs. 158.8. The higher prices are having an impact on egg consumption in Mumbai, as many families are cutting back on their consumption of this staple food. While the current situation is difficult for consumers, it is important to remember that egg prices are still relatively low compared to other staples such as rice and wheat.

The current egg price situation in Mumbai is not likely to change in the near future, as the cost of production is still high. However, as the industry adjusts to the new reality of higher prices, egg production is likely to increase, which could help to bring prices down over time. In the meantime, Mumbai consumers will need to continue to pay more for their eggs.

Poultry farmers in Mumbai said they are incurring losses as the cost of chicken feed accounts for around 60 percent of the total cost of production.

NECC Egg Rate Today starts from ₹ 4.5 to ₹ 5. Check out daily egg price updated by NECC. Here, we list daily egg date based on the state and location. Check out today egg rate. Here we have listed Barwala egg rate today, Namakkal, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ajmer, Delhi, Papaak egg rate, Pune, Mumbai, Raipur, Punjab and Kolkata. Check out the price today.


The Indian Poultry industry suffered an unusual series of crises in the early 1980s, as the selling price had become lower than the production cost. Many of the poultry farmers shut down their farm operations as a result of heavy losses. A group of farmers motivated by Dr. B. V. Rao Ji, Ch. Jagapati Rao Ji, etc. traveled across the country, organizing over 300 meetings with farmers and traders. Their objective — to unite poultry farmers from all over India with the slogan “My Egg My Price”. In May 1982, NECC was formally registered and on May 14, 1982, NECC started declaring egg prices. NECC has played a significant role for the betterment of  the egg industry, through its various programmes like price support operations, egg promotion campaigns, consumer education, market research, rural market development and liaisons with the government on vital issues concerning the industry


India is the 3rd largest producer of eggs with daily production of around 22 crore table eggs. China stands 1st with the daily egg production of 130 crores and the USA stands 2nd with daily egg production of 28 crores. With the increase in health awareness, Indian layer industry is growing annually at 8-10% per annum. India is having 60 eggs as per capita consumption as compared to 290 and 300 for U.S and China respectively. Human nutritionists recommend 180 eggs per person per year. With only 60 eggs per capita consumption of eggs, India has a very good future in Layer industry. Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana are the forerunners in terms of egg  production whereas Uttar Pradesh, Bengal and Bihar are considered as major egg consuming states


Chickens that are raised for meat are called “broilers”. 

India Stands 5th in world boiler production with production of 4.6 million metric tonnes. The USA tops the list with 19 million metric tonnes followed by Brazil (13million metric tonnes), European Union (12 million metric tonnes), and China (11.7 million metric tonnes). The broiler meat industry is growing annually at 8-10%.  Venky ’s, Suguna, Indian Broilers(IB), Srinivasa and Sneha are few of the largest broiler integration companies in India. Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra are the leading broiler-producing states. Per capita broiler meat consumption in India is 2.5 Kgs as compared 10 kgs recommended by human nutritionists.  

    Egg Price Source: NECC

    Note: This is not NECC official website. We collect the prices from the NECC site to present the prices in a simple and graphical manner for the convenience of the user. The suggested prices are published solely for the reference and information of the trade and industry. NECC and does not by itself or through any person enforce compliance or adherence with such suggested egg prices in any manner whatsoever.

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