Major Food Commodity Prices Stable

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In the week ending 17.06.2010, prices of wheat, rice and sugar have remained steady at most of the reporting centres monitored by the Department of Consumer Affairs.

According to data released by the Department of Consumer Affairs, prices of wheat and rice remained steady at most of the reporting centres.

Sugar prices decreased at Lucknow, Raipur, Ahmedabad, Patna, Kolkata and Bangalore and remained steady at all other reporting centres.

Prices of gram dal decreased at Kolkata, and remained steady at all other reporting centres, barring Hyderabad.

Prices of tur dal decreased at Kanpur, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Kolkata, Vijaywada and Bangalore and remained steady at most of the reporting centres.

Prices of urad dal remained steady at all the reporting centres except for an increase at Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore and decrease at Bhubaneswar and Vijaywada.

Prices of moong dal decreased at Shimla, Ahmedabad, Ranchi, Chennai and Dindigul and remained steady at all the reporting centres except for an increase at Kanpur.

Prices of masoor dal also remained steady at most of the reporting centres.

Prices of groundnut oil decreased at Dindigul, Jaipur and Rajkot, increased at Kolkatta and remained steady at all other reporting centres.

Prices of mustard oil decreased at Jammu and Mumbai and remained steady at all the reporting centres.

Prices of vanaspati remained steady at all the reporting centres except for decrease at Bangalore and Thiruvanathapuram and increase at Patna.

Prices of potato and onion remained stable at most of the places.

At Delhi, prices of rice, atta, moong dal, sugar, milk, groundnut oil, mustard oil, vanaspati and onion remained steady over the week while gram dal, tur dal, urad dal, and potato witnessed minor increase in retail prices during the week.
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