Inflation hit: food prices increased by five percent in three days, know the prices of flour and pulses
Retail inflation may have come down from 7% in October, but food prices rose 5% in three days. According to the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, barring a few items, the prices of other items have increased. On Wednesday, the price of rice reached Rs 37.96 per kg, which was Rs 38.29 per kg on 20 November.
Wheat price Rs. 30.87 to Rs. 31.61, Chana Dal Rs. 71.78 to Rs. 74.21 and Alad Dal Rs. 111.75 to Rs. 113.16 per kg has been reached. The price of urad dal has increased from Rs 106.72 to Rs 109.17, the price of masoor dal has increased from Rs 94.23 to Rs 96.31 and the price of moong dal has increased from Rs 102 to Rs 104 per kg. However, the prices of tea leaf and mustard oil declined.
goods 23 november 20 november
1. Vegetable Oil 146.14 139.57
2. Sunflower oil 171.16 168.74
3. Potato 28.40 27.36
4. Onion 30.47 29.45
5. Tomato 35.20 33.12
According to the data, the price of soya oil increased from Rs 155.17 to Rs 155.62 per litre. During this, the price of palm oil has increased from Rs 117.55 to Rs 118.39 per litre. The cost of milk is Rs. 53.86 to Rs. 55.18 per liter while the price of groundnut oil is Rs. 188.51 to Rs. 190.86 per litre.
Government will take action on the wild increase in wheat prices
The government said on Wednesday that it was keeping an eye on wheat prices. If there is an abnormal increase in its price in the retail market, steps will be taken to control it. Food Secretary Sanjeev Chopra said that the prices of rice are stable. Retail wheat prices have increased by 7% since the ban was imposed in May. This is 4-5 per cent as compared to the increase in MSP.