Anukush Jain, Chief Financial Officer, Dabur India, reports that small packets are more affordable in the face of rising prices. Ordinary buyers are leaning towards that to keep the budget of Maskabari under control
The price of things is rising across the country Najehal ordinary people 6 in unbridled price increase Just as buyers are annoyed by rising prices, so are food sellers It is feared that the increase in prices will reduce their sales If there is a loss in sales, the profit will also come to the bottom
Various studies were going on for how to bring equality ৷ This time all these organizations have come up with a way They are walking on the path that there should be no problem in selling them even during price rise Low Unit Price (LUP) Pack 6 is coming to the market Just as small items are sold in small packs or sash, so is the low unit price. It is being sold by reducing the weight of the packet The price is not being increased Happy buyers 6 It is coming up like that
Palm oil has stopped coming from Indonesia As a result of the Russia-Ukraine war, the prices in the world market have gone up FMCG companies have to fight with this Attempts are being made to bring the goods in front of the buyers at a cheaper rate Cheaper packaging, reusable products, lower advertising costs … that’s how companies try to run their businesses. As a result, efforts are being made to maintain some balance in the inflation market
• Money Control reports that Krishna, the senior category head at Parle Products, is also selling more small packets of biscuits or snacks, according to Buddar. Therefore, emphasis is being laid on low unit price products Parle G, Hyde and Seek packets of 10-5 rupees are being sold for more than 7 At the same time, ordinary people are buying Chanachur for more than 30 rupees Krishnarao Buddha 7 said
On the other hand, Ankur Jain, Chief Financial Officer, Dabur India, reports that small packet goods are more affordable in the face of rising prices. Ordinary buyers are leaning towards that to keep the budget of Maskabari under control Dabur India CEO Mohit Malhotri said that the products of their company which are being sold at Rs 1, Rs 5, Rs 10 and Rs 20 are in high demand.