Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the maximum retail price for live chicken is RM6.40 per kg, standard chicken RM7.50 and super chicken RM8.40.
The maximum retail price for local bone-in mutton is RM32 per kg, imported bone-in lamb RM20, imported boneless lamb RM24 and imported bone-in lamb leg RM26.
Grade A chicken eggs are to be sold at a maximum retail price of 36 sen each, Grade B at 35 sen and Grade C at 34 sen.
The maximum retail price for tomato is RM4.20 per kg, (Indian) small red onion RM5, (Chinese) imported potato RM3 and Australian dhall RM3.50.
Ismail Sabri said a fine of up to RM100,000 or a jail term of up to three years or both await those who sell at higher prices.
"Traders are required to place pink price tags on the controlled items to differentiate them from the other goods. Those who do not fix the tags face a fine of RM10,000 or an on-the-spot compound fine of RM5,000," he said.
"We will make an inspection of the prices at all levels from time to time," he said.