The price of flour has decreased by 14% in Pakistan during the month of September with the average price of a 20 kg bag of flour is now Rs 2819.53, down from Rs 3220.66 in August, said the Bureau of Statistics.
The decrease in flour prices is a welcome relief for consumers, who have been struggling to cope with high inflation and rising food costs. Flour is a staple food in Pakistan, and its price is a major factor in determining the overall cost of living.
The report also found that the price of flour varied across Pakistan, with the highest prices recorded in Islamabad and Karachi. The lowest prices were recorded in Faisalabad and Sargodha.
The Bureau of Statistics attributed the decrease in flour prices to a combination of factors, including increased supply and decreased demand. The government has also taken steps to reduce the price of flour, such as waiving import duties and providing subsidies to millers.
The decrease in flour prices is a positive development for the Pakistani economy. It will help to reduce inflation and improve the purchasing power of consumers. It is also a sign that the government’s efforts to control food prices are paying of