Mustard oil increased by Rs. 70 to Rs. 70 per liter in a year – mustard oil rose by Rs 70 to Rs 70 per liter in a year

The prices for sugar, pigeon pea, kabuli chana and grams of flour also rose

Over the past year the prices of all foods have increased significantly. Last May, when mustard oil was available for 100 rupees per liter, it now sells for 175-180 rupees. Similarly, the price of refined products has increased by up to Rs 70. The price of legumes from pigeon peas has also increased by 20 rupees per kg. Because of this increase, people’s kitchen budget has deteriorated.Take the case of mustard oil, early last month mustard oil was available for 170 rupees per liter, which reached 180 rupees per month. In some places, shopkeepers also charge arbitrary prices for everyday items. However, wholesalers say food prices have risen sharply over the past year. The prices for important goods have also risen due to Corona. Housewife Soumya Malaviya says that the budget of the house of the house has deteriorated due to the rise in the price of essential goods.

Last month, Open Country Ghee was available for 480 rupees per kg, which has now increased from 530 to 550 rupees per kg. Similarly, Sonam Mishra of Sohbatiyabag related that before Holi he bought mustard oil for 160 rupees, which this time received 180 rupees. Food business owner Pramil Kesarwani said the biggest leap in cooking oil was last year. Apart from that, the prices of other foods have also increased. Now only the government can control the price of cooking oil.

Rate from May 2020 Current rate of article names

Mustard oil 95-100 175-180

Refined 95-100 165-170

Palm oil 65-70 135-145

Chinese 38-40 40-43

Arhar Dal 95-100 115-120

Grams of flour 70-80 80-90

Kabuli grams 85-90 115-120

Grams 55-60 65-70

Semolina 25-30 30-35

The prices for sugar, pigeon pea, kabuli chana and grams of flour also rose

Over the past year the prices of all foods have increased significantly. Last May, when mustard oil was available for 100 rupees per liter, it now sells for 175-180 rupees. Similarly, the price of refined products has increased by up to Rs 70. The price of legumes from pigeon peas has also increased by 20 rupees per kg. Because of this increase, people’s kitchen budget has deteriorated.

Take the case of mustard oil, early last month mustard oil was available for 170 rupees per liter, which reached 180 rupees per month. In some places, shopkeepers also charge arbitrary prices for everyday items. However, wholesalers say food prices have risen sharply over the past year. The prices for important goods have also risen due to Corona. Housewife Soumya Malaviya says that the budget of the house of the house has deteriorated due to the rise in the price of essential goods.

Last month, Open Country Ghee was available for 480 rupees per kg, which has now increased from 530 to 550 rupees per kg. Similarly, Sonam Mishra of Sohbatiyabag related that before Holi he bought mustard oil for 160 rupees, which this time received 180 rupees. Food business owner Pramil Kesarwani said the biggest leap in cooking oil was last year. Apart from that, the prices of other foods have also increased. Now only the government can control the price of cooking oil.

Rate from May 2020 Current rate of article names

Mustard oil 95-100 175-180

Refined 95-100 165-170

Palm oil 65-70 135-145

Chinese 38-40 40-43

Arhar Dal 95-100 115-120

Grams of flour 70-80 80-90

Kabuli grams 85-90 115-120

Grams 55-60 65-70

Semolina 25-30 30-35

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