Now soap and detergent are also hit by inflation, next time go buy more money

New Delhi. Inflation continues to hit the common people. Right now people are troubled by the rising prices of everyday items like petrol-diesel, cooking gas, mustard oil. Now another news has come out which has increased the problems of the people. Actually, now soap and detergent are also getting hit by inflation. In such a situation, the next time you go to get soap or detergent, then take more money.

HUL and ITC hike prices
In fact, the country’s leading Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMGC) companies Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) and ITC Limited have increased the prices of many items including soaps, detergents. According to a report, the company has increased the prices citing rising costs. In such a situation, now more burden is going to increase on the pocket of the common man. Let us inform that recently Parle has increased the prices of its biscuits, juices and snacks. After this, the increase in the prices of soap has increased the problems of the people.

It was reported that HUL has increased the price of 1 kg pack of its wheel detergent powder by 3.4 percent. With this, a pack of 1 kg of detergent powder will now become costlier by a total of Rs. At the same time, the company has reportedly also increased the price of 500 grams pack of wheel powder by Rs 2, now its price has increased from Rs 28 to Rs 30. Along with this, the company has increased the price of 250 grams pack of Rin Bar by 5.8 percent. At the same time, the price of Lux soap has increased by 21.7 percent. Now a multipack of 100 grams has already become costlier by Rs 25.

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Coming to ITC’s products, Fiama has increased the price of soap by 10 per cent and Vivel by 9 per cent for its 100 g pack. The company has increased the price of 150 ml bottle of Engage deodorant by 7.6 per cent and price of 120 ml bottle by 7.1 per cent. Since this news came to the fore, the public’s troubles have increased.

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