Central & State Govts proactive involvement led to reduction in prices of edible oils

But Not in CM Jagan's Andhra Pradesh ? , Edible Oil prices show a declining trend across the country Government has cut the basic duty on Crude Palm Oil, Crude Soyabean Oil and Crude Sunflower Oil from 2.5% to nil To control prices of edible oils the government rationalises import duties on palm oil , sunflower oil and soyabean oil; Major edible Oils players cut wholesale prices by Rs. 4 -7 Per Ltr Central and State Governments’ proactive involvement has led to a reduction in the prices of edible oils.

Central & State Govts proactive involvement led to reduction in prices of edible oils

The Government has cut the basic duty on Crude Palm Oil, Crude Soyabean Oil and Crude Sunflower Oil from 2.5% to nil  in a bid to reign in continuous rise in the cooking oil prices since past one year.  The Agri-cess on these Oils has been brought down from 20% to 7.5% for Crude Palm Oil and 5% for Crude Soyabean Oil and Crude Sunflower Oil.

Consequent upon the above reduction, the total duty is 7.5% for Crude Palm Oil and 5% for Crude Soyabean Oil and Crude Sunflower Oil. The basic duty on RBD Palmolein Oil, Refined Soyabean and Refined Sunflower Oil has been slashed to 17.5% from the current 32.5%.

Before  reduction, the agricultural infrastructure cess on all forms of Crude Edible Oils was 20%. Post reduction, the effective duty on Crude Palm Oil will be 8.25%, Crude Soyabean Oil and Crude Sunflower Oil will be 5.5% each.

To control prices of edible oils the government has rationalised import duties on palm oil , sunflower oil and soyabean oil,  futures trading in mustard oil on NCDEX has been suspended and stock limits have been imposed.

Major edible Oils players including Adani Willmar and Ruchi industries have cut wholesale prices by Rs. 4 -7 Per Ltr. Prices have  been reduced to give relief to consumers during festival season.

The other players that have reduced the wholesale prices of edible oils are Gemini Edibles & Fats India, Hyderabad, Modi Naturals, Delhi, Gokul Re-foils and Solvent, Vijay Solvex, Gokul Agro Resources and N.K Proteins.

Despite international commodity prices being high, interventions have been taken by Central Government along with State Governments’ pro active involvement  have led to reduction in prices of edible oils.

Edible prices are higher than year ago period but from October onwards there was a declining trend. The government is taking steps to improve the production of secondary edible oils, especially rice bran oil to reduce the  import dependence.

Retail Prices as on 03/11/2021 over 31/10/2021 (Unit: Rs/Kg)

Palm oil- Decreased by

  • Delhi -Rs 6
  • Aligarh -Rs 18
  • Jowai, Meghalaya-Rs 10
  • Dindigul, TN -Rs 5
  • Cuddaalore, TN -Rs 7

Groundnut oil-  Decreased by

  • Delhi - Rs 7
  • Sagar, MP -Rs. 10
  • Jowai, Meghalaya -Rs 10
  • Cuddalore, TN -Rs. 10
  • Karimnagar, Telanga-Rs 5
  • Aligarh, UP - Rs 5

Soya oil - Decreased by

  • `Delhi Rs 5
  • Ludhiana, Punjab - Rs 5
  • Aligarh, UP - Rs 5
  • Durg, Chattisgarh-Rs 11
  • Sagar, MP -Rs 7
  • Nagpur, Maharashtra - Rs 7
  • Jowai, Meghalaya -Rs 5

Sunflower oil – Decreased by

  • Delhi - Rs 10
  • Rourkela, Orissa - Rs 5
  • Jowai, Meghalaya -Rs 20

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