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In ongoing Rabi Marketing Season, Govt of India is continuing to procure Rabi crops at MSP from farmers. About 28.80 lakh wheat farmers have already been benefitted from the ongoing procurement operations: Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution

#NSTnation Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry has added another 20 items to the 2021 Hari Raya Aidilfitri FestiveSeason Maximum Price Control Scheme (SHMMP) list, bringing the total to 32.

An order in this regard has been issued by the Food and Consumer Affairs Ministry #COVID19India 

#NSTnation The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry #KPDNHEP ) today suggested that more approved permits (APs) be issued for the import of chicken to control the price increase. #Chicken  #Prices  #AP  #Poultry 

#NSTnation The Negri Sembilan Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry has identified the #chicken  suppliers and traders who raise the prices of chicken in the state.

#NSTnation Costly#feed  has led to the increase in chicken prices, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi said today.

#NSTnation The Agriculture and Food Industry Ministry #MAFI ) will cooperate with the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry #KPDNHEP ) in handling the increase in prices of food items such as chicken, eggs and vegetables.

#NSTnation The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry #KPDNHEP ) issued 26 #notices  following the increase in #chicken  and #meat  prices, during the five days in Johor since #Ramadan  began.

Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution asks states to keep operations of grocery stores, chemist/pharmacists, grocery warehouses outside the restrictions under Section 144 to ensure smooth supply, in the wake of prevailing #COVID19  situation

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It should also be ensured that prices of all essential supplies aren't increased & are available at fair prices unless necessitated by cost enhancement due to raw material costs & exchange rates fluctuations: Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution to States/UTs

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There was a press release issued by the Government of Delhi today in which it was stated that FCI has not opened any counter to procure foodgrains in Delhi. This claim is baseless. Contentions of Delhi govt isn't true: Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution

374.81LMTs of paddy procured in Kharif Marketing Season 2020-21 up to Dec 12, an increase of 21.07% over last year. Out of total purchase of 374.81LMT, Punjab purchased 202.77 LMT which is 54.10 % of total procurement: Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution

Over 336.67LMTs of paddy procured up to 5th Dec for Kharif 2020-21. About 32.92 lakh farmers have already been benefitted from the ongoing KMS procurement operations with MSP value of Rs 63,563.79 Crores: Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution

Govt continues to procure Kharif crops at its MSP from farmers as per its existing MSP Schemes. About 29.70 lakh farmers have already benefitted from ongoing Kharif Marketing Season 2020-21 procurement operations with MSP value of Rs. 60038.68 crores: Ministry of Consumer Affairs

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Union Minister Piyush Goyal assigned additional charge of Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, following demise of #RamVilasPaswan 

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Just in | The Consumer Affairs Ministry has capped the retail price of #handsanitizers  at ₹100 (for 200 ml). It has also capped prices of surgical masks. Reports @neutranino  #CoronavirusOutbreak 

Retail prices of hand sanitisers have been capped at ₹100 for a 200 ml bottle, a notification by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs said. The prices of surgical masks (3 ply) and non-woven masks also were capped at ₹10 and ₹8 respectively. #COVID19India 

Ministry of Consumer Affairs and Public distribution: In view of #Coronavirus , masks (2-ply and 3-ply surgical masks, N95 masks) and sanitizers have been declared Essential Commodities temporarily.

Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution: Retail prices of hand sanitizer shall not be more than Rs.100 per bottle of 200 ml the prices of other quantities of hand sanitizers shall be fixed in proportion of these prices.

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