Saturday, May 21, 2022
HomeNational NewsKitchen budget bad, prices of spices skyrocketing after petrol and diesel

Kitchen budget bad, prices of spices skyrocketing after petrol and diesel

Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest
WhatsApp

Kitchen budget bad, prices of spices skyrocketing after petrol and diesel

Rising inflation from the Russo-Ukraine war has now reached the kitchen. After the prices of petrol and diesel, now the prices of spices and vegetables have touched the sky.

Inflation is touching the sky in the country these days. After increasing the prices of petrol and diesel for several days, now the prices of the kitchen of the house have also increased. Now the common man has to loose his pocket even for flour and rice. In many states of the country, the prices of many things including flour, rice, refined and spices have increased.Domestic budget is increasing due to increase in prices of petrol and diesel to vegetables, oil, milk - business news

Russo-Ukraine war increased inflation
Inflation has been rising steadily since the Russo-Ukraine War. With the start of the war, the prices of edible oils, especially sunflower oil, skyrocketed. The prices of flour, barley, rice, coriander, cumin and turmeric also broke records.

The price of this spice is on the seventh sky
The prices of spices used daily have reached the seventh sky. The market price of turmeric has increased by 10 percent. At the same time, the prices of coriander have increased by 20 per cent. Apart from this, the price of cumin has reached Rs 230-235 per kg.Budget deteriorated due to increase in petrol and diesel rates in Meerut, these seven kitchen items affected - Theindiaprint.com, The Print

The price of lemon broke the record
Apart from spices, the prices of vegetables are also increasing. The demand for lemon has also increased significantly, especially in the midst of rising summer temperatures, causing the price of lemon to exceed Rs 300-400 per kg in many places. The situation is that in many places only one lemon is available for 10-15 rupees. The biggest reason for this is believed to be the increase in the price of diesel and petrol. The prices of lemons are rising due to rising transportation cost and declining revenue in the mandis.

Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest
WhatsApp
RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments