Business | Feb 10

CoCo Ichibanya to Raise Prices on Egg Dishes

TOKYO, Feb 10 (News On Japan) - Curry House CoCo Ichibanya, a staple for curry lovers, has announced a price adjustment for its egg-based dishes starting March. The move comes in response to the soaring prices of chicken eggs, exacerbated by the impact of avian influenza and other factors.

For example, the beloved "Omelet Curry" will see an increase from 661 yen to 713 yen, marking a 52 yen hike. In total, nine egg-centric dishes will undergo price adjustments ranging between 26 to 78 yen.

The chain has also cited rising costs for takeaway packaging materials as a reason for adjusting prices on select menu items, which will increase by 21 to 54 yen.

Source: TBS

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