What is the price of mace per kilogram/pound in South Africa today?
The retail price range for South Africa mace is between US$ 1.96 and US$ 2.94 per kilogram or between US$ 0.89 and US$ 1.33 per pound(lb). Click here to see today's exact prices of mace in South Africa
The retail price range in Rand for mace is between ZAR 38.05 and ZAR 57.08 per kilogram or between ZAR 17.26 and ZAR 25.89 per pound(lb) in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
In 2023, the approximate wholesale price range for South Africa mace is between US$ 1.37 and US$ 2.06 per kilogram or between US$ 0.62 and US$ 0.93 per pound(lb).
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South Africa Mace Export Prices - Historical, Trends and Prediction
In 2018, the export price of Mace from South Africa was US$ 0.05 per Kg. In 2019, the export price was US$ 0.03 per Kg. In 2020, the export price was US$ 0.00 per Kg. In 2021, the export price was US$ 0.01 per Kg. In 2022, the export price was US$ 0.01 per Kg. For 2023, the predicted export price of Mace from South Africa is US$ 0.01 per Kg.
South Africa Mace Import Prices - Historical, Trends and Prediction
The import price of Mace into South Africa has been relatively stable over the past five years. In 2016, the price per kilogram was 8.00 US dollars. This price remained the same in 2017 and 2018, before increasing slightly to 8.20 US dollars in 2019. In 2020, the price dropped to 7.90 US dollars, before increasing again to 8.10 US dollars in 2021.
Looking ahead, it is likely that the import price of Mace into South Africa will remain relatively stable in the coming years. We predict that the price per kilogram in 2023 will be 8.00 US dollars, and in 2024 it will be 8.10 US dollars.
Export values for South Africa mace
The total values in export for mace in South Africa were US$ 8, US$ 3, US$ 1 and US$ 2 in US dollar thousand for the years 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 in that order.