Illovo Malawi announces uniform sugar prices

Illovo Sugar (Malawi) Limited has announced uniformity in sugar prices across the country.ILO

Illovo Sugar
Illovo Sugar

Consumers will pay K534 269.20 per metric tonnes and K10 685.38 per bale for 20 packets of one kilogram of brown pre-pack and K547 084 per metric tonnes and K10 942.68 per bale white pre-pack.

The sugar manufacturer said in a media statement that the uniform sugar pricesis effect from August 1.

“Overall prices of sugar have in light of the development been reduced in the outlying distribution centres and increased at the mill warehouses to allow for subsidisation of transport cost in the distribution of sugar,” said Illovo in a statement.

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GADABWALI
GADABWALI
5 years ago

Totally different with what is on the ground.

Chithapwi
5 years ago

Zopusa basi,Ife tidakagulabe pa 485 mtawunimu,umenewo ndi mtengo wakumudzi

Chinde
Chinde
5 years ago

Illovo is a monopoly. Government needs to remove the ban on the importation of sugar

christopher kalonga
christopher kalonga
5 years ago

Zazi!i!i!i

Tili Chenene
Tili Chenene
5 years ago

This is not practical

Nasan
5 years ago

Mwaganiza lelo thawi yoseyi timazuzika ndi chipwilikiti chamitengo kulibe wa zelu ku I lovoko .

DAMIANO
DAMIANO
5 years ago

Mbola

Samuel
Samuel
5 years ago

Still more kuba nanga ovutika akwanitsa think twice before price introducing. Kupeza bwino kwanu kusayike anthu ena pa mavuto

mlomwe nanguwo
5 years ago

Bola mukapereka ma envelop a khakhi kwa politicians of the moment, you can charge any price and give huge privigages to you managers while juniors wallow in poverty. Ever wondered why most of. Your junors survive on usary, especially at your dwangwa estate?

Achimidzimidzi
Achimidzimidzi
5 years ago

At least we have the official price but I doubt if uniformity can work in a liberalised market.

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