You can shop for more foodstuff with less cash in these 5 areas in Accra

You can shop for more foodstuff with less cash in these 5 areas in Accra

Considering the current economic situation, it is very necessary to take proper budget management seriously.

This responsibility especially lies with the women because they mostly go shopping for the home and the family.

The fact remains that food items have become expensive in recent times, and not just food items but also some other household items.

You can shop for more foodstuff with less cash in these 5 areas in Accra

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It is therefore prudent that shoppers get good offers for what they buy and eat. brings you 5 destinations within the city of Accra, where one can shop for all the needed foodstuff and household items with less cash. Some people may already know of these destinations. In that case, the article serves as a gentle reminder.

1. Agbogbloshie: Agbogbloshie is a popular market within Accra Central. It is widely believed that most market traders who sell at various smaller markets around the cities get their wares from Agbogbloshie. It is a big market located near Makola, in Accra.

It is said that farmers from most villages outside Accra bring their wares to Agbogbloshie to sell early in the morning. Therefore, a quick visit to the market offers buyers not just good and affordable prices for goods and services, but also fresh foods.

2. Dome Market: Dome Market is located off the Accra-Kumasi Highway. It is the biggest market in this area, providing services for people around Mile 7, Kwabenya, Achimota, and other surrounding areas. Just like Agbogbloshie, the Dome Market also records a high number of farmers who bring all sorts of fresh foodstuff from the villages to sell at affordable price.

3. Kantamanto: The Kantamanto Market is also very popular in Accra. Many people troop there to get clothes for the family. It is widely speculated that most dresses trending in town are purchased from Kantamanto.

The traders are said to make the clothes themselves, and after, cut labels of clothing line such as ‘Next’ ‘Atmosphere’, ‘H&M’, and others from old clothes to fix on the new ones they have made in a bid to make them ‘international’ brand for quick market.

Nevertheless, most of the clothes are nice, neat, of good quality and above all affordable. It is said that one could get the best deal when a visit to Kantamanto is made early in the morning.

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4. Makola: The Makola Market is known to be the mother of all markets in Accra, so to speak. Here, one can shop for everything one can think of.

This is because the market is large with lots of goods. This is where all the big shops, and most trading companies are located. According to speculations, the Makola Market records over 100, 000 visitors in a day.

5. Mallam Market: This market serves the environs of Dansoman, McCarthy Hill, Awoshie, Mallam, and other close by areas. Like the others discussed above, food items are affordable at the Mallam market. Aside from that there are also affordable household items such as clothes, others at the Mallam Market.

Always remember that to live healthily does not depend on a big budget, but rather the ability to get good quality and affordable foodstuff even with little cash. Look to these shopping destinations for all your foodstuff and household needs.

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Naa Ayeley Aryee Naa Ayeley is a creative writer with over ten years of experience in journalism and media. She started writing for YEN in 2017 as an editor on the entertainment desk and later became a monitoring editor.

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