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Unstable prices in the market grain market.
UGANDA - Kampala was generally wet and hot through out the week and it registered some changes mainly in commodity supply and consumption during and after the Chogm week. Supply was good for the majority of t [News; 04 Dec '07]
•  Floods hit central Uganda-Kiboga.
UGANDA - The ongoing floods in the north and eastern districts have stretched to the central region.Reports from Kiboga district which is located in the central, say the area received [breaking news; 03 Oct '07]
•  Newly harvested beans demanded highly.
UGANDA - Although there was a good supply of beans, off lorry prices have slightly gone up especially for medium sized beans (Kanyebwa, Kahuura) from Kasese and Mbarara. [News; 20 Jul '07]
•  Fresh dry beans on the market.
UGANDA - The price of beans is at its highest since January as fresh ones flow to the market, however, the beans price is expected to fall in the near future as the major harvest season opens. With the except [News; 25 May '07]
•  Good quality bean supply from Mbarara:
UGANDA - The large seeded Nambale (K132) had a fairly good supply mainly from Mbarara and Kasese. The quality was good and went for Ush.900-850 off Owino and Kisenyi market. Some Nambale and yellow beans [News; 12 May '07]
•  Exporters slow down on grain purchase:
UGANDA - The exporter are buying at a low esteem especially maize because of the high price on the market compared to supply. They continue to hoard in expectation for a lower price since they have feel of a [News; 12 May '07]

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•  Ratin Food Trade Bulletin Oct 06
UGANDA - Wholesale maize prices decline in East Africa; Preparations for next season begin in East Africa; Informal trade continues despite export ban... [trade bulletins; 05 Nov '06]
•  week 9
UGANDA - Masindi: There is an increase in supply of fresh cassava and sweet potato tubers from farmers who planted early. Presidential, parliamentary and local council elections affected business this week.
T [trade bulletins; 03 Mar '06]
•  District briefs
UGANDA - Mbale:
There is good supply of matooke to Mbale main market from Bumbo. A sizable bunch is selling at Ush.9, 000. Groundnuts from Arua are is also in good supply and a kilo goes for Ush.1300 at whol [trade bulletins; 03 Mar '06]
•  District Briefs Week 1,2006
UGANDA - Soroti:
Beans: The wholesale price for big beans increased from Ush550 to Ush650 per kg, while the retail prices also moved upwards from Ush600 to Ush700 per kg. The increase is due to low supply [trade bulletins; 11 Jan '06]
•  Aya plans massive local wheat production
UGANDA - AYA Group of companies, the producers of wheat flours, has plans to embark on a massive growing of wheat in Uganda.
This is in a bid to boost their supply of raw materials and establish local depende [trade bulletins; 15 Dec '05]
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