People forced to eat substandard oil due to inflation
According to the survey, 25 percent people use sunflower oil for cooking, 21 percent people use groundnut oil, 18 percent people use mustard oil.
In a country battling inflation, it is becoming increasingly difficult for the common people to survive. From things used in everyday life to food items and petrol-diesel (Petrol-Diesel) The rising prices of everything from edible oils to the common man’s budget has shaken badly. Due to inflation, people’s savings are having a bad effect, due to which people have started cutting down on the consumption of essential things. Not only this, many people have started compromising with the quality of goods due to inflation. Yes, this has been revealed in a national survey conducted by the local circle.
29 percent people were forced to eat substandard quality oil due to inflation
In this survey conducted by the local circle, different questions were asked to 36 thousand people from 359 districts of the country regarding inflation. Of the 36,000 people surveyed, 50 percent said that they are cutting their savings to buy good quality oil. 29 percent of the people said that they cannot buy expensive edible oil of good quality, due to which they are consuming cheap oil which is of low quality. Apart from this, 24 percent of the people said that they have cut oil consumption due to high prices. Whereas 17 percent of the people said that they are forced to cut the rest of the expenditure to eat good oil.
Sunflower oil is being used the most for food
According to the survey, 25 percent people use sunflower oil for cooking, 21 percent people use groundnut oil, 18 percent people use mustard oil. Others use canola, olive, sesame, palm and other soybean oils. Let us inform that the prices of edible oil have increased by 50 percent. Due to which the budget of the people is getting affected badly. Apart from edible oils, the rising prices of all other things like food items, vegetables, fruits, soaps, detergents, petrol-diesel, CNG, PNG, LPG etc. have broken the back of the common man.