Pulses rice oil price hike in retail market
The budget of the common man’s kitchen has deteriorated due to rising inflation. In the initial months of the year, in January, the prices of oil, rice, pulses and tea leaves have also increased.
- January 23, 2021, 2:42 PM IST
For the last few days, the price of diesel has also been seen by a sharp jump. Due to which diesel is at an all-time high. If the price of diesel increases further, the freight can also be increased by the transporters. Due to which inflation can increase further.
Increase in the price of oil by Rs. According to the data of retail centers provided on the website of the Ministry of Consumer, as on 1 January 2021, packaged palm oil increased from Rs 107 to Rs 112, sunflower oil 132 to 141 and mustard oil 140 to around 147 rupees per liter on 22 January 2021. Arrived. Vegetable oil became costlier by 5.32 percent and reached 105 to 110 rupees per liter.
Also read: Petrol Diesel Price Today: Petrol diesel becomes expensive for the second consecutive day, see what is the rate in your cityModerate increase in prices of pulses If we talk about pulses, there is a slight increase in arhar i.e. your pulses. Arhar dal has reached about Rs 104 from Rs 103 a kg. Urad dal has reached 107 to 109, lentil pulse from 79 to 82 rupees. Moong dal has gone from 104 to 107 rupees. Rice has seen a jump of 10.22 percent. From 34 to now it has been around 38 rupees.
The reason for rising tea prices- If you talk about tea, then its expressions are not taking the name of stopping. The open tea leaf has risen 9 per cent in this period from 246 to 269 rupees. At the same time, the price has increased from 50 to 150 rupees per kg on packing tea leaves. Prices of open leaf above Rs 300 have also been increased by one and a half times in premium category tea.
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The prices of these things can also increase – Your pockets may be loose on items like soap, dentistry. Companies producing them are considering increasing the prices of their products due to rising prices of raw materials. Some of these companies have already increased prices, while some others are closely monitoring the situation and are looking into the matter.