It, including some forty cheapest products on the shelves, is increased from Rs 2,749 in April 2013 to Rs 2,945 in August. Regarding the cart 'super', including branded products and leading brands, he suffered a 2% increase from Rs 4302 to Rs 4388.
These are the products of breakfast that affected most of the basic shopping cart, for families at the bottom of the ladder. These are tea and sugar have suffered the largest increases. It should be noted that the reference brand product is not the same view as the brand consideration last month is not available in all supermarkets.
On the shelves of hygiene products, it is the soap that have increased the most. While among the cans, are the corned mutton have increased.
Among the products that have influenced the rise of the cart 'super', aimed at wealthy families, note the butter, up from Rs 70 to Rs 72, corned beef, canned tuna and pilchards in particular. Tuna increased from Rs 48.50 to Rs 49.75, while pilchards rose to Rs 58.90. In terms of corned beef, it has reached the price of Rs 83.85 for box 340 g.
Note that the basic cart does not include shampoo, and frozen foods such as peas, burgers and fish fingers.