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Indian manufacturer Parle has said that the sales of its signature biscuit ‘Parle-G’ has seen an increase of 5% amidst the coronavirus lockdown. In fact, packaged foods of all types have overall benefitted from the lockdown as Indians stockpile necessities due to the strict curfews imposed in the country.

Besides food items, personal and home care products are also heavily hunted by Indian citizens. In a report, constituting between March 1 and June 8 – the number of retailers reporting bleach to be out of stock has risen almost 40%. Moreover, home disinfecting products and bar soap were also reported to be out of stock by 20%.

Pasta, canned fruits, and vegetables along with rice are also in demand amidst the COVID-19 threat.
The pandemic has also seen a surge in the use of multivitamins with over 80% retailers reporting them to be out of stock during the month of April.

However, as the lockdown restrictions started easing up in India, basic essentials are also returning back to the shelves.

The situation surrounding the availability of alcohol has also improved as liquor stores reopen – limiting the stockpiling of alcoholic beverages by the Indians.
The country of India went into lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus on March 24th, limiting the movement of 1.3 billion citizens. Following the announcement by the country’s Prime Minister, Indian’s went into panic mode and began to stockpile the necessary food and care items to ensure sufficient supply for their families. The lockdown in India is gradually extended till June 30. However, some areas are finally allowed relaxation in a phased manner, starting from June 8.
India stockpiles amidst COVID-19
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India stockpiles amidst COVID-19 #Infographic

India stockpiles amidst COVID-19
Indian manufacturer Parle has said that the sales of its signature biscuit ‘Parle-G’ has seen an increase of 5% amidst the coronavirus lockdown. In fact, packaged foods of all types have overall benefitted from the lockdown as Indians stockpile necessities due to the strict curfews imposed in the country.

Besides food items, personal and home care products are also heavily hunted by Indian citizens. In a report, constituting between March 1 and June 8 – the number of retailers reporting bleach to be out of stock has risen almost 40%. Moreover, home disinfecting products and bar soap were also reported to be out of stock by 20%.

Pasta, canned fruits, and vegetables along with rice are also in demand amidst the COVID-19 threat.
The pandemic has also seen a surge in the use of multivitamins with over 80% retailers reporting them to be out of stock during the month of April.

However, as the lockdown restrictions started easing up in India, basic essentials are also returning back to the shelves.

The situation surrounding the availability of alcohol has also improved as liquor stores reopen – limiting the stockpiling of alcoholic beverages by the Indians.
The country of India went into lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus on March 24th, limiting the movement of 1.3 billion citizens. Following the announcement by the country’s Prime Minister, Indian’s went into panic mode and began to stockpile the necessary food and care items to ensure sufficient supply for their families. The lockdown in India is gradually extended till June 30. However, some areas are finally allowed relaxation in a phased manner, starting from June 8.
India stockpiles amidst COVID-19
Infographic by: Statista

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