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Latest Articles in food inflation

March WPI Inflation Accelerates To 3.18%

Wholesale food prices in March rose 3.89 per cent year-on-year, compared with a 3.29 per cent jump a month earlier

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Food Inflation Likely To Go Up To 2% In FY20, Says Goldman Sachs Report

Goldman Sachs said focus has now shifted to farmers who are protesting against low food prices and demanding higher returns on their crops.

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Tomato Prices Harden, Hit Rs 80 Per kg In Delhi

The key kitchen staple has become equally dearer in other parts of the country

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CPI Inflation Likely To Be At 3.2% In August: Morgan Stanley

At the same time, stronger food and oil prices are also expected to accelerate wholesale price index (WPI) index to 2.9 per cent in August from 1.9 per cent in July

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‘India Retail Inflation Seen Picking Up For First Time In Four Months In July’

Much of the increase is attributed to the return of food inflation. Vegetable prices have risen sharply following erratic monsoon rains

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Food Price Slump Hits Farmers, Makes Stronger Case For RBI Rate Cut

Falling prices for pigeon pea lentils have contributed to a slump for food that dropped annual consumer price inflation to 1.54 per cent in June

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'43 McDonald's Outlets Ran Without Valid Licence Since April'

US fast food chain McDonald's 43 outlets in the national capital operated without valid 'health licences' for nearly three months from April 1, its estranged India partner Vikram Bakshi has alleged

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The Recurring Curse Of High Food Prices

There are solutions. But policymakers and governments, both at the central and state level, have been criminally negligent in implementing these solutions

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High-Value Food Items Drive Retail and Wholesale Inflation Higher: Ind-Ra

Ind-Ra opines it may see some action once the uncertainties related to the Brexit and Fed action are over and the bond market shifts its focus back on the scope of incremental open market operations leading to an improvement in the systemic liquidity

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Javadekar Says No Decision On GM Food After Protests Outside Meeting Venue

India has not yet made a decision to allow commercial cultivation of what would be its first genetically modified (GM)food crop, mustard, Environment minister Prakash Javadekar said after a meeting of experts to approve farming the crop that drew protesters.

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