Generally, in local areas, Moyas are sold through Moya commissioner. The Moya
commissioner first of all makes profit by selling Bidis to the local dealers.
Then the dealers sell Moyas from one shop to another and at last the customer
gets the Moyas these shops.
In case of selling Moyas to the distant places, the factory owners at first fixes
the price with the Moya commissioner over phone. Then the Moyas are
sent to those places by truck or other modes of transport. If the
vehicle provided by the factory owner then the cost of the transport
is added to the cost of the Moya.
If the Moyas are sold at distant places, then the packing charge
is also added to the cost of the Moya. Packet cost includes the
jute bags and cartons, etc.