HUL, Nestle hike prices from today

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HUL and Nestle announced a hike in products such as tea, coffee, milk, and noodles on March 14

  • Bru coffee powder prices by 3-7 percent across packs
  • Taj Mahal tea prices are hiked by 3.7-5.8 percent across packs
  • Brooke Bond variants are now costlier by 1.5-14 percent across packs
  • Prices of Maggi noodles hiked by 9 to 16 percent
  • Nescafe classic coffee powders price hiked by 3-7 percent across variant
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Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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hm after election everyone is confident

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pranavcool wrote:

hm after election everyone is confident

what is the connection? kehna kya chahte ho?

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BAT_MAN wrote:

what is the connection? kehna kya chahte ho?

he said already bruh

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BAT_MAN wrote:

what is the connection? kehna kya chahte ho?

i see everyone hiking price after election don’t know the reason or cause just noticing

Deal Captain Deal Captain
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these price hikes are for our betterment. It should be increased more.

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pranavcool wrote:

hm after election everyone is confident

Confident that they can screw the people and still get away with it

🤣 joy

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pranavcool wrote:

i see everyone hiking price after election don’t know the reason or cause just noticing

Nestle, HUL and election? 😳
what is the connection????
Everything does not require to be politicized

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With the latest changes, the price of Maggi Masala noodles 70 gm will
now be Rs 14 from earlier Rs 12. The price of Maggi Masala Noodles 140
gm is hiked by Rs 3 or 12.5 per cent, while the 560 gm pack is will be
costlier by 9.4 per cent to and will be retailed at Rs 105 from earlier
Rs 96.

Nestle A+milk 1 litre carton will cost 4 per cent more than its
current price, which takes it to Rs 78 from Rs 75. The price of Nescafe
classic coffee powder is hiked by 3-7 per cent, which will take the
price of Nescafe classic 25 gm pack up by 2.5 percent to Rs 80 from Rs
78. Nescafe classic 50 gm pack is hiked by 3.4 per cent to Rs 150 from
Rs 145,

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Good morning bro

Deal Newbie Deal Newbie
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10 years back, 2 cakes of Maggi was sufficient to fill my grandad’s gargantuan stomach. 

The maggi cakes have become lean over the years, now it takes four cakes of maggi just to get his stomach full.  

We are paying more but getting even lesser quantity with price increase. 

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happysingh1991 wrote:

10 years back, 2 cakes of Maggi was sufficient to fill my grandad’s gargantuan stomach. 

The maggi cakes have become lean over the years, now it takes four cakes of maggi just to get his stomach full.  

We are paying more but getting even lesser quantity with price increase. 

rethink about raw material cost, else company wont survive…

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Cody wrote:

these price hikes are for our betterment. It should be increased more.

yes bro funds are needed for development of those in power and their paid dogs

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Because of inflation if corporates increase rates, it’s understandable.

What is not understandable is, their expenses or efforts in marketing which they probably spend 100 or 1000s or crores as if it’s mandatory.

They can always reduce advertising and work to make product better.

Why good product can’t be preliminary source of marketing? How much xioami and other successful brands spent on marketing? They products were groundbreaking and hands down best in the market. That’s how they sold millions of mobiles.

I know markets are different but I am saying instead of fooling around customers by stupid ads they should work on products more.

I shifted to top ramen noodles long back when I compared prices and both products.

Most of the FMCG products are meant to fool customers. Just watch the ads and understand their brainwashing technique.

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bohemian wrote:

With the latest changes, the price of Maggi Masala noodles 70 gm will
now be Rs 14 from earlier Rs 12. The price of Maggi Masala Noodles 140
gm is hiked by Rs 3 or 12.5 per cent, while the 560 gm pack is will be
costlier by 9.4 per cent to and will be retailed at Rs 105 from earlier
Rs 96.

Nestle A+milk 1 litre carton will cost 4 per cent more than its
current price, which takes it to Rs 78 from Rs 75. The price of Nescafe
classic coffee powder is hiked by 3-7 per cent, which will take the
price of Nescafe classic 25 gm pack up by 2.5 percent to Rs 80 from Rs
78. Nescafe classic 50 gm pack is hiked by 3.4 per cent to Rs 150 from
Rs 145,

Chilla chilla ke scheme bata de sabko. stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes Just kidding.

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shoaibmax wrote:

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Gazab.

I am waiting for petrol to become 180 rs so most people shift to public travel, bicycles, electric mobility.

Then people will realise value of trees and shadows on the street.

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harpy.eagle wrote:

Because of inflation if corporates increase rates, it’s understandable.

What is not understandable is, their expenses or efforts in marketing which they probably spend 100 or 1000s or crores as if it’s mandatory.

They can always reduce advertising and work to make product better.

Why good product can’t be preliminary source of marketing? How much xioami and other successful brands spent on marketing? They products were groundbreaking and hands down best in the market. That’s how they sold millions of mobiles.

I know markets are different but I am saying instead of fooling around customers by stupid ads they should work on products more.

I shifted to top ramen noodles long back when I compared prices and both products.

Most of the FMCG products are meant to fool customers. Just watch the ads and understand their brainwashing technique.

Product innovation requires much more efforts (and cost) with no guaranteed outcomes. 


Whereas marketing (or rather advertising) is a leveraged way with quantifiable returns. 


A wise company (i.e. Profit driven) would always choose the second. 



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androgame wrote:

Product innovation requires much more efforts (and cost) with no guaranteed outcomes. 


Whereas marketing (or rather advertising) is a leveraged way with quantifiable returns. 


A wise company (i.e. Profit driven) would always choose the second. 



Yes, no doubt. it’s easy way out…

Though I how doubt how much advertising really gives returns. To introduce product in market it’s okay. At the end of the day customer checks products and pricing.

Only draw in indian market is, there is always some new customer due to population and market reach stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes.


Since dmart has started business, i.e. for yrs I always prefer products who make no advertising. And most of such products are from dmart itself. Just check out tomato souce price of dmart and other companies. There is 100% difference.

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harpy.eagle wrote:

Yes, no doubt. it’s easy way out…

Though I how doubt how much advertising really gives returns. To introduce product in market it’s okay. At the end of the day customer checks products and pricing.

Only draw in indian market is, there is always some new customer due to population and market reach stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes.


Since dmart has started business, i.e. for yrs I always prefer products who make no advertising. And most of such products are from dmart itself. Just check out tomato souce price of dmart and other companies. There is 100% difference.

Dmart has a different kind of model, though I get stuff at a really competitive rates with these new age online companies giving lucrative discounts, so far so good 

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