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The report is based on information collected during 2011-12 from 101651 households in 7469 villages
and 5268 urban blocks spread over the entire country.
CEREALS, PULSES AND EDIBLE OIL
Rice consumption per person per month in rural India was estimated as 5.98 kg in 201112 compared to 6.38 kg in 2004-05 – a fall of 0.4 kg in 7 years. In urban India the fall in rice
consumption between these two years was 0.2 kg per person per month – from 4.71 kg to
4.49 kg. Per capita consumption of PDS rice has, however, doubled in rural India and risen
by 66% in urban India since 2004-05, implying that the share of PDS purchases in rice
consumption has risen substantially.1
Per capita consumption of wheat in 2011-12 showed a slight rise since 2004-05 of about
0.1 kg per person per month in rural areas and a fall of 0.35 kg in urban areas. As in case of
rice, the share of PDS purchase in wheat consumption has increased considerably, per capita
consumption of PDS wheat having more than doubled since 2004-05 in both sectors.
For the pulses-and-pulse-products group as a whole, per capita consumption rose by 7778 gm between 2004-05 and 2011-12 – from 705 gm per month to 783 gm in the rural sector
and from 824 gm to 901 gm in the urban sector. Of this rise, however, as much as 69 gm in
the rural sector and 57 gm in the urban sector was contributed by the four items split gram,
whole gram, pea and besan.
The four pulses arhar, moong, masur and urd – which in 2011-12 together made up
about 64% of consumption of pulses and pulse products in rural India and 68% in urban India
– registered a total increase in monthly per capita consumption of only 14 gm in the rural
sector and 18 gm in the urban sector over this 7-year period.
Monthly per capita edible oil consumption was estimated as 674 gm in rural India and
853 gm in urban India. Among the different kinds of edible oil, mustard oil had the largest
share – about 45% – in the rural sector and refined oil (which includes sunflower oil and
soyabean oil) had the largest share – 47% – in the urban.
OTHER FOOD
Consumption of eggs during a 7-day period was reported by 29% of rural and about
38% of urban households. Per capita consumption of eggs was 1.94 per month (0.45 per
week) in rural India and 3.18 (0.74 per week) in urban India.
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Note that monthly cereal consumption per person fell from 12.12 kg to 11.23 kg in rural India and from 9.94
kg to 9.32 kg in urban India between 2004-05 and 2011-12. (See NSS Report No.555.)
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Per capita consumption of fish in rural areas was slightly higher (266 gm per person
per month) than in urban (252 gm). Also, the percentage of households reporting
consumption during a 7-day period in case of fish was higher was in rural India (over 26%)
than in urban India (21%) but was higher in urban India for milk, eggs, goat meat and
chicken.
Consumption of carrots, lemons, cauliflowers, cabbages and tomatoes was
appreciably more common in urban areas of the country, while potatoes, onions,
gourds/pumpkins and brinjal were reported to be consumed by a greater percentage of
households in rural areas in a 7-day period. The average rural Indian consumed about 1 kg
965 gm of potatoes a month, about 350 gm more than the average urban resident.
Per capita urban consumption of all the commonly consumed fruits and nuts exceeded
rural consumption whether measured in terms of value or quantity. Rural-urban disparities in
consumption were relatively low in case of coconuts, mangoes, groundnuts and bananas, and
high for apples, grapes and oranges.
Expenditure on tea (tea leaf plus purchased ready-to-drink tea) was about Rs.28 per
person per month in rural India and about Rs.48 in urban India.
In the urban sector the contribution of purchased cooked meals to food expenditure
per person per month was Rs.58. Purchases of ready-to-eat cooked snacks from restaurants,
food stalls, etc. were reported by nearly 60% of urban households during the last 7 days and
amounted to about Rs.37 per person per month in urban India.
FUEL, CLOTHING, EDUCATION, MEDICAL CARE
Electricity was consumed by 96% urban households and 74% rural households.
Electricity made up about 50% of fuel (other than transport fuel) expenditure in the average
urban household and 22% in the average rural household.
Nearly 71% households in urban areas and over 21% in rural areas reported
consumption of LPG for household use during the last 30 days. However, the percentage of
households reporting use of firewood and chips remained as high as 83.5% in rural areas and
23% in urban areas.
Between 2004-05 and 2011-12, the rural sector showed an increase of 83% in the
proportion of LPG-consuming households and an increase of 75% in the quantity of LPG
consumption per person. The urban sector showed a rise of 20% both in the proportion of
LPG-consuming households and in the quantity of LPG consumption per person.
In case of electricity there was, in rural areas, in the 7-year period between 2004-05
and 2011-12, a rise of 36% in the proportion of electricity-consuming households (compared
to a rise of 6% in urban areas) and of 57% in per capita quantity of electricity consumed
(compared to 29% in urban areas).
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Cloth for shirts and trousers had greater importance in the clothing budget of the rural
Indian compared to the urban, while the shares of readymade garments such as shirts,
trousers, kurtas, pyjamas, etc. were all greater for urban India. Saris accounted for 16% of the
clothing budget in both sectors.
Educational expenditure per person per month (including the entire population in the
denominator and not only students) was about Rs.50 (3.5% of MPCE) in rural India and
Rs.181.50 (about 7% of MPCE) in urban India.
The share of tuition and other fees grew noticeably from about 44% to 56% in rural
India and from about 58% to 67% in urban India between 2004-05 and 2011-12. The
proportion of households incurring expenditure on private tutors and coaching centres was
about 12% in rural India and 17% in urban India in 2011-12.
Medicine accounted for nearly 80% of non-institutional (that is, not incurred as inpatient of a hospital) medical expenses in rural India and 75% in urban India.
MISCELLANEOUS GOODS AND SERVICES (all expenditures at current prices)
Per capita expenditure on petrol in rural areas rose in 2011-12 to about Rs.23, about
4.2 times its level in 2004-05. In urban areas it increased about 2.7 times, from Rs.31 to about
Rs.85 per month, between 2004-05 and 2011-12 – a period during which overall per capita
consumer expenditure grew by 122% in rural and by 124% in urban India.
In rural India, telephone expenditure per person increased to about Rs.25 per month in
2011-12, which was about 4.6 times its value in 2004-05. While 32% of rural households
reported telephone expenditure in 2004-05, the proportion of households in 2011-12 reporting
expenditure on mobile phones alone was 77%.
Expenditure per person on cable TV subscription in rural India rose in 2011-12 to 5.9
times its value in 2004-05, and the proportion of households incurring such expenditure
increased by 270%.
Urban expenditure per person on house rent registered a nearly threefold increase
over the 7 years between 2004-05 and 2011-12.
DURABLE GOODS
The share of gold ornaments in durables expenditure was estimated at nearly 24% in
rural India compared to about 20% in urban India.
Motor cars had a share of over 21% in urban India, compared to 9% in rural India.
The share of motorized two-wheelers was about 12-14% in both sectors.
Mobile phone handsets made up 4.4% of expenditure on durables in each sector.
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Television sets were possessed by nearly 50% of rural households in 2011-12
compared to 26% in 2004-05, and by 80% of urban households in 2011-12 compared to 66%
in 2004-05.
Refrigerators were possessed by 44% urban households in 2011-12 compared to 32%
in 2004-05, and motor cars by 8% of urban households in 2011-12 compared to 4.6% in
2004-05.
The proportion of rural households with motorcycles or scooters more than doubled in
the 7 years prior to 2011-12 from 7.7% to 18.4%, while in the urban sector the proportion
increased from 26% to 38%.
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Contents
Chapter One
1.
Introduction
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Background
Objective of the survey
Reports of the 68th round CES
Contents of this report
Precursors of the present report
Features of the survey: schedules of enquiry
Features of the survey: scope and coverage
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Chapter Two
2.
Concepts and Definitions
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Conceptual framework
Monthly per capita expenditure (MPCE)
Other concepts and definitions
A note on data comparability
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Chapter Three
3.
Summary of Findings
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
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3.12
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3.16
Cereals
Pulses and pulse products
Edible oil
Milk, egg, fish and meat
Vegetables
Fruits and nuts
Beverages, refreshments and processed food
Energy (excluding vehicle fuels)
Clothing and bedding
Education
Medical care
Trends in expenditure on consumer services and miscellaneous goods
Variation in budget shares with level of living
Durable goods: pattern of expenditure
Durable goods: trends in incidence of possession
Durable goods: variation in incidence of possession with level of
living
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Summary Statements
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3R/U
4R/U-a
4R/U-b
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Monthly per capita quantity of consumption of selected commodities
by State/UT
Monthly per capita expenditure (Rs.) on selected non-food items by
State/UT
Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of
consumption: food items (all-India)
Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of
consumption: pan, tobacco, intoxicants, fuel & light, clothing &
footwear (all-India)
Monthly per capita value of consumption and proportion of households
reporting consumption: education, medical care, misc. goods &
services and durables (all-India)
Number per 1000 households possessing specific durable goods in
fractile classes of MPCE (all-India and State/UTs)
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Appendix A (in enclosed CD)
Detailed Tables
Table 1-R/U (based on Schedule Type 2 data)
Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of
consumption: food items
for each State/UT(and all-India) and sector*
A-1 to
A-384
Table 2-R/U (based on Schedule Type 2 data)
Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of
consumption: non-food items
for each State/UT(and all-India) and sector*
A-385 to
A-960
Table 3-R/U (based on Schedule Type 2 data)
Number per 1000 households possessing specific durable goods in different
fractile classes of MPCE
for each State/UT(and all-India) and sector
A-961 to
A-996
*and, for all-India, separately for each fractile class of MPCE
Appendix B
Sample Design and Estimation Procedure
B-1 to B-9
Appendix C
Schedule 1.0 – Type 1 and Type 2
C-1 to C-42
Chapter One
Introduction
1.1 Background
1.1.1 The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) conducts nationwide household consumer
expenditure surveys at regular intervals as part of its “rounds”, each round normally of a year’s
duration. These surveys are conducted through interviews of a representative sample of
households selected randomly through a scientific design and cover almost the entire
geographical area of the country.
1.1.2 The household consumer expenditure survey (CES) is generally conducted along with the
employment-unemployment survey of the NSS at quinquennial intervals. Thus, "quinquennial"
surveys on consumer expenditure and employment-unemployment were conducted in the 27th,
32nd, 38th, 43rd, 50th, 55th, 61st and 66th rounds of NSS, at roughly 5-year intervals.
1.1.3 In its 32nd Meeting held on 23-24 April 2010, the National Statistical Commission (NSC)
considered the use of the 2009-10 NSSO quinquennial survey as the base year for both the price
indices as well as revision of the national income estimates. The NSC felt that 2009-10, being a
non-normal year, may pose problems; hence, it was desirable to repeat the survey once again in
respect of consumer expenditure as well as employment-unemployment issues. In its 33rd
Meeting held on 19-21 May 2010, the NSC decided that the 68th Round of NSS would be
devoted to repeating the quinquennial survey on consumer expenditure and employmentunemployment.
1.1.4 Accordingly, the 66th round survey on consumer expenditure and employmentunemployment was repeated in the 68th Round conducted in 2011-12. For the reason mentioned
in the above paragraph, readers of this and forthcoming reports are cautioned against making
direct comparisons of the estimates of the 68th round with those of the 66th. Key indicators on
household consumption in India during 2011-12 based on this survey have already been
released1.
1.2 Objective of the survey
1.2.1 The NSS consumer expenditure survey aims at generating estimates of average household
monthly per capita consumer expenditure (MPCE), the distribution of households and persons
over the MPCE range, and the break-up of average MPCE by commodity group, separately for
the rural and urban sectors of the country, for States and Union Territories, and for different
1
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socio-economic groups. These indicators are amongst the most important measures of the level
of living of the relevant domains of the population. The distribution of MPCE highlights the
differences in level of living of the different segments of the population and is an effective tool
to study the prevalence of poverty and inequality. These estimates thus assist the apex planning
and decision-making process in allocating the nation’s resources among sectors, regions, and
socio-economic groups, and assess the “inclusiveness” of economic growth.
1.2.2 Besides measurment of the level and the pattern of household consumption, another
important use of the CES is to provide the budget shares of different commodity groups for the
rural and urban population, which are used to prepare the weighing diagram for official
consumer price indices (CPIs).
1.2.3 Apart from these major uses of the CES, the food (quantity) consumption data are used to
study the level of intake of different nutritients for populations of different regions and
disparities therein. Further, the estimated budget shares of a commodity at different MPCE levels
facilitates the study of consumption elasticity or responsiveness of demand for the commodity to
change in purchasing power.
1.3 Reports of the 68th round CES
1.3.1 The results of the NSS 68th round survey on household consumer expenditure are planned
for release in six reports. The titles of these reports are:
1. Level and Pattern of Consumer Expenditure, 2011-12
2. Household Consumption of Various Goods and Services in India, 2011-12
3. Public Distribution System and Other Sources of Household Consumption, 2011-12
4. Energy Sources of Indian Households for Cooking and Lighting, 2011-12
5. Nutritional Intake in India, 2011-12
6. Household Consumer Expenditure across Socio-Economic Groups, 2011-12
1.4 Contents of this report
1.4.1 The household consumer expenditure schedule used for the survey collected information
on quantity and value of household consumption with a reference period of last 30 days
preceding the date of interview. To minimise recall errors, a very detailed item classification
was, as usual, adopted to collect information.
1.4.2 The already released report Level and Pattern of Consumer Expenditure, 2011-12 (NSS
Report No.555) based on 68th round survey data, gave break-ups of per capita consumer
expenditure by 32 broad groups (14 food groups and 18 non-food groups) of items of
consumption, the groups being:
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FOOD
cereals
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & pulse products
milk & milk products
edible oil
egg, fish and meat
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages & processed food
NON-FOOD
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
fuel & light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (non-institutional)
entertainment
minor durable-type goods
toilet articles
other household consumables
conveyance
other consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
durable goods
1.4.3 In the present report – the second in the series – consumption patterns are studied in
greater detail, as far as the item classification adopted in the schedule of enquiry permits.
Monthly per capita expenditure estimates are presented here for all items of consumption for
which data was separately recorded in the schedule (see Appendix C: Schedule 1.0), along with
the estimated proportions of households consuming each item. All estimates are provided
separately for rural and urban sectors of each State and Union Territory. For food, fuel, clothing
and footwear, estimates of per capita quantity of consumption are also provided.
1.4.4 In the concluding sections of Chapter Three of the report, a study has been made of the
possession of certain common durable goods in the population, based on information collected in
the schedule. The durable goods include laptops, refrigerators, bicycles, motorcycles/scooters,
motor cars/jeeps and mobile phones. Table 3 (R & U) in Appendix A provides estimates of the
proportion of rural and urban households in each State/UT possessing each durable. Further,
estimates of these proportions are provided separately for twelve fractile groups of population of
the State/UT ranked by MPCE. These estimates throw light on disparities in the possession of
these durables among the population of each State/UT.
1.4.5
Following the present introductory chapter, Chapter Two explains the concepts,
definitions and procedures of data collection and tabulation that are necessary for proper
understanding of the estimates. Chapter Three presents the salient findings on quantity and value
of consumption of various goods and services, and on proportions of households possessing
specific durable goods. This is followed by two statements giving State/UT-level estimates of,
respectively, per capita quantity of consumption and per capita expenditure on selected items,
and three statements giving, for all-India, the item-level estimates that are given for all
States/UTs in Appendix A. Appendix A appears in the CD enclosed with the report and gives the
detailed tables generated from the survey data. Appendix B explains in detail the sample design
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and estimation procedure followed. Appendix C consists of the schedules of enquiry (Schedule
1.0, Type 1 and Type 2) that were canvassed in the surveyed households.
1.4.6 The detailed State-sectorwise and all-India-sectorwise tables presented in Appendix A of
this report (in the enclosed CD) relate to 2011-12. They give:
(i) Estimated per capita quantity of consumption of each item for which information on
quantity of household consumption was collected in the survey schedule
(ii) Estimated per capita value of consumption of each item of the schedule
(iii) For each item of the schedule, estimated number per 1000 of households reporting
consumption of the item during the reference period
(iv) For 19 items of durable goods, the proportions of households reporting possession of the
item on the date of survey.
For (i), (ii) and (iii), all-India estimates are given separately for 12 classes of population
demarcated by MPCE level (12 fractile classes of the distribution of population by MPCE). For
(iv), State/UT as well as all-India level estimates are given for each fractile class (the classes
being formed separately for each sector of each State/UT).
1.5 Precursors of the present report
1.5.1 The practice of preparing a report presenting estimates at detailed item level from each
CES of the quinquennial series started with the 50th round (1993-94). The reports based on the
50th and 55th rounds – NSS Reports 404 and 461 – both named Consumption of Some Important
Commodities in India, related respectively to 1993-94 and 1999-2000. The reports from the 61st
and 66th rounds, numbered 509 and 541 respectively, had the same name as the present report.
1.5.2 The report (No.461) based on the 55th round, relating to 1999-2000, excluded items on
which the estimated proportion of consuming households was less than 10% and estimated value
of per capita consumption expenditure was less than Rs.0.50. Though no such specific criteria
were followed for the 50th round report (No.404), it, too, was selective in the sense that estimates
were presented for only 55 items of food and 36 non-food items. From the 61st round onwards,
estimates are being provided for all items.
1.5.3 In the 55th round report, a special feature was that the all-India estimates of both kinds –
per capita consumption and proportion of consuming households – were presented not only for
the entire rural and urban population but also for households in 12 different monthly per capita
expenditure classes. A similar practice has been followed in the 66th and 68th rounds, except that
the 66th round (Report No.541) used 10 fractile classes (i.e., the 10 decile classes) instead of 12.
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1.6 Features of the survey: schedules of enquiry
1.6.1 The household consumer expenditure schedule (“Schedule 1.0”) used for the survey
collected information on quantity 2 and value of household consumption. The schedules of
enquiry used were of two types. The two types had the same item break-up but differed in
reference periods used for collection of consumption data. Schedule Type 1, as far as reference
periods were concerned, was a repeat of the schedule used in most quinquennial rounds. For
certain categories of relatively infrequently purchased items, including clothing and consumer
durables, it collected information on consumption during the last 30 days and the last 365 days.
For other categories, including all food and fuel and consumer services, it used a 30-days
reference period. Schedule Type 2 used ‘last 365 days’ (only) for the infrequently purchased
categories, ‘last 7 days’ for some categories of food items, as well as pan, tobacco and
intoxicants, and ‘last 30 days’ for other food items, fuel, and the rest. This was in line with the
recommendations of an Expert Group that had been formed for the purpose of suggesting the
most suitable reference period for each item of consumption 3 . The differences (in reference
period) between Schedule Types 1 and 2 are shown in Table T1.
1.6.2 Schedule Type 1 and Schedule Type 2 were canvassed in two independent samples of
matching size drawn from each stratum/sub-stratum.
1.6.3 The present report is based on Schedule Type 2 only. This means that the data used for
this report were collected with the following reference periods: Category I items: Last 365 days;
Category II items: Last 7 days; Category III items: Last 30 days.
Table T1: Reference periods used for collection of consumption data in Schedule 1.0, Type 1 and Type 2
Category
Item groups
Reference period for
Schedule Type 1
Schedule Type 2
‘Last 30 days’ and
‘Last 365 days’
Last 365 days
I
Clothing, bedding, footwear, education, medical
(institutional), durable goods
II
Edible oil; egg, fish & meat; vegetables, fruits, spices,
beverages and processed foods; pan, tobacco & intoxicants
Last 30 days
Last 7 days
III
All other food, fuel and light, miscellaneous goods and
services including non-institutional medical; rents and taxes
Last 30 days
Last 30 days
2
For education, medical care, and some goods and services listed in the schedule as “miscellaneous goods and
services”, no data on quantity of consumption are collected in the NSS CES’s.
3
See NSS Report no. 475; entitled “Results of a Pilot Survey on Suitability of Different Reference Periods for
Measuring Household Consumption”.
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1.7 Features of the survey: scope and coverage
1.7.1 Geographical coverage: The survey covered the whole of the Indian Union except (i)
interior villages of Nagaland situated beyond five kilometres of the bus route and (ii) villages in
Andaman and Nicobar Islands which remain inaccessible throughout the year.
1.7.2 Population coverage:
1. Floating population, i.e., persons without any normal residence, was excluded. But
persons residing in open space, roadside shelter, under a bridge, etc., more or less
regularly in the same place were covered.
2. Foreign nationals were excluded, as well as their domestic servants, if by definition the
latter belonged to the foreign national's household (see Chapter Two, paragraph 2.3.1, for
definition of household). A foreign national who had become an Indian citizen for all
practical purposes was, however, covered.
3. Persons residing in barracks of military and paramilitary forces (like police, BSF etc.)
were kept outside the survey coverage. However, the civilian population residing in their
neighbourhood, including the family quarters of service personnel, was covered.
4. Orphanages, rescue homes, ashrams and vagrant houses were outside the survey
coverage. However, the persons staying in old age homes, the students staying in
ashram/hostels and the residential staff (other than monks/nuns) of these ashrams were
covered. Although orphans living in orphanages were excluded, the persons looking after
them and staying there were covered. Convicted prisoners undergoing sentence were
outside the coverage of the survey.
1.7.3 Sample size
1.7.3.1 First-stage units: As is usual in the regular NSS rounds, most States and Union
Territories participated in the survey: a “State sample” was surveyed by State Government
officials in addition to the “Central sample” surveyed by NSSO. For rural India, the number of
villages surveyed in the Central sample was 7,469 and the number of urban blocks surveyed was
5,268. This document is based on the estimates obtained from the Central sample only.
1.7.3.2 Second-stage units: For the consumer expenditure survey, from each sample village and
urban block, two samples of 8 households each were selected for canvassing Schedule Type 1
and Schedule Type 2. The total number of households in which Schedule 1.0 was canvassed was
1,19,378 in rural India and 83,935 in urban India.
1.7.3.3 Table T2 shows the numbers of villages and urban blocks surveyed, and, for each of the
two schedule types, the numbers of rural and urban sample households in which the consumer
expenditure schedule was canvassed.
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Table T2: Number of villages/blocks surveyed and number of households surveyed for Schedule 1.0
Type 1 and Type 2: NSS 68th round, Central sample
no. of fsu’s
no. of sample households
(villages/blocks)
Sch. Type 1
Sch. Type 2
surveyed
State/UT
rural
urban
rural
urban
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
rural +
urban
(6)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
491
136
326
414
180
372
76
104
159
92
3927
1072
2608
3312
1435
2972
608
832
1270
734
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
8
20
214
178
208
120
36
215
146
48
64
160
1712
1424
1658
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
254
220
256
326
342
171
123
256
232
248
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
504
172
107
80
84
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
rural
urban
(7)
(8)
rural +
urban
(9)
6899
1680
3440
4582
2169
3925
1066
2607
3310
1440
2971
608
832
1270
734
6896
1674
3439
4580
2174
887
287
1714
1167
383
951
447
3426
2591
2041
63
159
1712
1423
1657
882
288
1717
1166
383
945
447
3429
2589
2040
2032
1757
2048
2604
2736
1351
983
2046
1855
1981
3383
2740
4094
4459
4717
2032
1757
2048
2608
2735
1355
980
2048
1854
1981
3387
2737
4096
4462
4716
504
148
52
112
44
4032
1376
856
640
672
4011
1184
403
896
352
8043
2560
1259
1536
1024
4031
1376
856
640
672
4013
1184
404
896
352
8044
2560
1260
1536
1024
372
194
323
76
416
132
196
195
20
416
2973
1552
2579
608
3319
1053
1566
1549
160
3328
4026
3118
4128
768
6647
2974
1552
2579
608
3319
1052
1566
1552
160
3327
4026
3118
4131
768
6646
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
A & N Islands
164
740
131
446
35
68
388
92
344
36
1312
5916
1048
3568
279
544
3099
735
2747
287
1856
9015
1783
6315
566
1312
5915
1048
3566
278
544
3099
734
2746
288
1856
9014
1782
6312
566
Chandigarh
Dadra & N. Haveli
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
All-India
8
12
8
8
16
31
12
8
16
56
64
96
64
64
128
248
96
64
127
448
312
192
128
191
576
64
96
64
63
128
248
94
64
128
448
312
190
128
191
576
7469
5268
59695
41967
101662
59683
41968
101651
(1)
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Concepts and Definitions
2.1 Conceptual framework
2.1.1 Reference period: The consumption of any good or service by a household or person
occurs in the form of a flow over time. The survey may need to record the volume of
consumption over a short period such as a day, or a long period such as a year. The time period
for which consumption is recorded is called the reference period. It may vary from item to item.
Because the respondents are asked to recall and report the volume of consumption, the
reference period is also called the recall period.
2.1.2 Household consumer expenditure: The expenditure incurred by a household on
domestic consumption during the reference period is the household's consumer expenditure.
Expenditure incurred towards productive enterprises of households is excluded from
household consumer expenditure. Also excluded are expenditure on purchase and
construction of residential land and building, interest payments, insurance premium
payments, payments of fines and penalties, and expenditure on gambling including lottery
tickets. Money given as remittance, charity, gift, etc. is not consumer expenditure. However,
self-consumed produce of own farm or other household enterprise is valued and included in
household consumer expenditure. So are goods and services received as payment in kind or
free from employer, such as accommodation and medical care, and travelling allowance
excluding allowance for business trips.
2.1.2.1 For articles of food (including pan, tobacco and intoxicants) and fuel, household
consumption is measured by the quantity of the article actually used by the household during
the reference period, irrespective of the expenditure incurred on it. For articles of clothing and
footwear, consumption by a household is considered to occur at the moment when the article is
brought into maiden or first use by any household member. The consumption may be out of (a)
purchases made in cash or credit during the reference period or earlier; (b) home-grown stock;
(c) receipts in exchange of goods and services; (d) any other receipt like gift, charity, borrowing
and (e) free collection. Home produce is evaluated at the ex farm or ex factory rate.
2.1.2.2 For evaluating household consumption of all other items, a different approach is
followed: the expenditure made by the household during the reference period for the purchase
or acquisition of goods and services, regardless of when the goods and services are used and by
whom, is considered as household consumption. However, for a few items of expenditure such
as rent, telephone charges, consumer taxes and railway season tickets, expenditure during the
month is recorded as the amount that was last paid divided by the number of months to which
the payment related.
2.1.2.3 It is pertinent to mention here that the consumer expenditure of a household on food
items relates to the actual consumption by the members of the household and also by the guests
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during ceremonies or otherwise. Normally, transfers of food, fuel, clothing and footwear made
by a household as charity, loan advance, etc. are not considered as consumption of that
household, since consumption out of all transfer receipts of these items have to be included.
However, meals prepared in a household and served to non-household members are an
exception to this rule. Meals prepared in the household kitchen and provided to the employees
and/or others would automatically get included in domestic consumption of employer (payer)
household. There is a practical difficulty of estimating the quantities and values of individual
items used for preparing the meals served to employees or others. Thus, to avoid double
counting, cooked meals received as perquisites from employer household or as gift or charity
are not recorded in the recipient household. As a general principle, cooked meals purchased
from the market for consumption of the members and for guests are also recorded in the
purchaser household. This procedure of recording cooked meals served to others in the
expenditure of the serving households leads to bias-free estimates of average per capita
consumption as well as total consumer expenditure.
2.1.2.4 All goods and services received as payment in kind or perquisites are included in the
consumption of the recipient household as goods and services received in exchange of services,
except for meals received from other households’ kitchens.
2.1.2.5 To simplify data collection, consumption of food processed in the home from one
“item” into another, such as milk converted into curd or butter, vegetables converted into
pickles, and rice converted into liquor are recorded in the survey against the primary or
ingredient item(s), such as milk, instead of the item in which form it is consumed (e.g. curd).
For some item groups such as intoxicants, this procedure leads to an underestimation of
consumption with a corresponding overestimation of the item groups of the major ingredients,
such as cereals.
2.1.3 Value of consumption: For items of food, pan, tobacco, intoxicants, fuel, clothing and
footwear, this term is not synonymous with expenditure incurred by the household on the item,
and the following rules of valuation are specified. Consumption out of purchase is evaluated at
the purchase price. Consumption out of home produce is evaluated at ex farm or ex factory rate.
Value of consumption out of gifts, loans, free collections, and goods received in exchange of
goods and services is imputed at the rate of average local retail prices prevailing during the
reference period.
2.2 Monthly per capita expenditure (MPCE)
2.2.1 Normally, the concept of per capita income – or per capita (overall) expenditure, if
income data are not available – is used for comparison of average living standards between
countries, between regions, and between social or occupational groups. For studies of poverty
and inequality within populations, however, average income or average expenditure is not
enough. One needs to assign a value that indicates level of living to each individual, or at least
to each household, in a population in order to know the level of inequality in living standards of
the population, or the proportion living in poverty.
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2.2.2 The NSS concept of MPCE, therefore, is defined first at the household level (household
monthly consumer expenditure ÷ household size). This measure serves as the indicator of the
household’s level of living.
2.2.3 Next, each individual’s MPCE is defined as the MPCE of the household to which the
person (man, woman or child) belongs. This assigns to each person a number representing his
or her level of living. The distribution of persons by their MPCE (i.e., their household MPCE)
can then be built up, giving a picture of the population classified by economic level.
2.3 Other concepts and definitions
2.3.1 Household: A group of person normally living together and taking food from a
common kitchen constitutes a household. The word "normally" means that temporary visitors
are excluded but temporary stay-aways are included. Thus, a son or daughter residing in a
hostel for studies is excluded from the household of his/her parents, but a resident employee
or resident domestic servant or paying guest (but not just a tenant in the house) is included in
the employer/host's household. "Living together" is usually given more importance than
"sharing food from a common kitchen" in drawing the boundaries of a household in case the
two criteria are in conflict; however, in the special case of a person taking food with his
family but sleeping elsewhere (say, in a shop or a different house) due to space shortage, the
household formed by such a person's family members is taken to include that person also.
Each inmate of a mess, hotel, boarding and lodging house, hostel, etc., is considered as a
single-member household except that a family living in a hotel (say) is considered as one
household only; the same applies to residential staff of such establishments. Under-trial
prisoners in jails and indoor patients of hospitals, nursing homes, etc., are considered as
members of the households to which they last belonged.
2.3.2 Household size: The size of a household is the total number of persons in the
household.
2.3.3 Percentiles and fractiles of an MPCE distribution: For any number p between 0 and
100, the MPCE level such that p% of the population lies below it is called the pth percentile of
the MPCE distribution (over persons). For any fraction f between 0 and 1, the MPCE level
such that 100f% of the population lies below it is called the fth fractile of the MPCE
distribution. Thus the 0.5th fractile is simply the 50th percentile (the median) of the
distribution and the 0.05th fractile is simply the 5th percentile, the 0.1th fractile is the 10th
percentile, and so on.
2.3.3.1 Fractiles and fractile classes used in tabulation of data in this report:
Consumption patterns vary widely across MPCE levels; affluent households allocate their
household budgets very differently from poor households. To study this variation, this report
gives all-India estimates of per capita consumption of different items (estimated break-up of
MPCE) separately for rural population in 12 different fractile classes of MPCE, and likewise
for the urban population. A fractile class consists of population whose MPCE lies between
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two fractiles, such as the 0.05th fractile and the 0.1th fractile, that is, between the 5th and the
10th percentile.
2.3.3.2 In this report fractile classes are usually referred to by the end points in percentile
form. Thus ‘0-5%’ refers to the bottom 5% of population ranked by MPCE, ‘5-10%’ to the
next 5% of population ranked by MPCE, and so on. The fractile classes for which estimates
are provided in Appendix A of this report (at all-India rural/urban level only, not at State/UT
level) are:
0-5%, 5-10%, 10-20%, 20-30%, 30-40%, ..., 70-80%, 80-90%, 90-95%, and 95-100%.
2.3.4 Uniform Reference Period MPCE (or MPCEURP): This is the measure of MPCE
obtained by the NSS consumer expenditure survey (CES) when household consumer
expenditure on each item is recorded for a reference period of “last 30 days” (preceding the
date of survey).
2.3.5 Mixed Reference Period MPCE (or MPCEMRP) This is the measure of MPCE
obtained by the CES when household consumer expenditure on items of clothing and
bedding, footwear, education, institutional medical care, and durable goods is recorded for a
reference period of “last 365 days”, and expenditure on all other items is recorded with a
reference period of “last 30 days”.
2.3.6 Modified Mixed Reference Period MPCE (or MPCEMMRP) This is the measure of
MPCE obtained by the CES when household consumer expenditure on edible oil, egg, fish
and meat, vegetables, fruits, spices, beverages, refreshments, processed food, pan, tobacco
and intoxicants is recorded for a reference period of “last 7 days”, expenditure on items of
clothing and bedding, footwear, education, institutional medical care, and durable goods is
recorded for a reference period of “last 365 days”, and expenditure on all other items is
recorded with a reference period of “last 30 days”. These, in fact, are the reference periods
that were used in Schedule Type 2 of the 68th round, from which the tables of this report have
been generated.
2.3.7 Major States: This refers to the 17 States of India which had a population of 20
million or more according to the Census of 2001. The States are: Andhra Pradesh, Assam,
Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh,
Maharashtra, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.
Together, these States accounted for nearly 94.7% of India’s population in 2001.
2.3.8 Consumption from PDS: For four consumption goods – rice, wheat, sugar and
kerosene – consumption from “PDS” purchase and consumption from “other sources” were
recorded against separate items in the schedule. Here PDS stands for Public Distribution
System, which means the distribution of some essential commodities by the government at
subsidised rates through ration shops, fair price shops and control shops. These shops may be
owned by the government, local government, a government undertaking, the proprietor of a
firm, co-operatives or private persons (individually or jointly) or other bodies like club, trust,
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etc. The following procedure was followed while classifying a purchase as “PDS” or
otherwise.
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

"Super Bazaars" and co-operative stores were not generally included under public
distribution system. However, when these also sold rationed commodities at
controlled prices against ration cards, they were taken as ration shops for particular
commodities.
For kerosene, "PDS" also included kerosene depots selling kerosene at controlled
prices.
Distribution of some controlled price commodities such as kerosene may in some
areas be made without a system of presentation of ration card. Except in such
situations, a purchase which was not made against a ration card was not considered as
a PDS purchase.
A purchase was considered as “PDS” irrespective of whether the household had used
its own ration card or that of some other household.
Purchase from PDS shops at prices higher than the PDS prices was also considered as
purchase from PDS as long as the price paid was perceptibly lower than the market
price.
NOTES ON COVERAGE OF DIFFERENT CONSUMPTION ITEMS4
106
Other rice products: Foods which are obtained from rice by splitting, frying,
powdering, or parching of the grain. Rice used for home preparation of sweets, etc., is shown
against “rice” and not against this item.
114 Other wheat products: Does not include wheat preparations like biscuits, cakes, etc.,
which are shown separately in “beverages, etc.”
117 Maize & its products: This includes cornflakes, popcorn, etc., made of maize.
118 Barley & its products: This includes sattu prepared by frying and powdering of barley.
129 Cereal: Note that household consumption of cereals does not include consumption of
cereals by livestock belonging to the household. Such expenditure, being part of farm
expenditure, is excluded from household consumer expenditure altogether. Note also that the
estimate of cereal consumption does not include the cereal content of food that is received by
the household from outside in the form of meals obtained free or by purchase, or as cereal
preparations or snacks (e.g. in purchased burgers, samosas, etc). Such food is accounted in
“beverages, refreshments and processed food”. To the extent that such food forms part of the
household’s consumption, its cereal consumption is understated in the estimate of cereals
provided.
4
The number at the start of each paragraph is the code used for the item in the schedule of enquiry (see
Appendix C: Schedule 1.0).
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139 Cereal
cereals, as is
consumed as
consumed as
“vegetables”.
substitutes: This item includes tapioca, when consumed as a substitute for
common in some parts of the country. Jackfruit seed, mahua, etc., when
substitute for cereals, will also be included here. Potato or sweet potato
substitutes for cereals are, however, not shown here but included in
150 Gram products: This includes gram products such as sattu obtained by frying and
powdering of gram (whole grain). Besan made out of gram is, however, a separate item
(151).
152 Other pulse products: Includes soyabean meal and soya flour.
160
Milk: liquid: This covers milk as directly obtained from cow, buffalo, goat or any
other livestock. Milk sold in bottle or polypack, as well as readily drinkable flavoured and
bottled milk, is included. Milk transformed at home into curd, casein, ghee, butter, etc. for the
purpose of household consumption is also included. Milk used in home preparation of
sweetmeats, etc., is also accounted here.
161 Baby food: This covers only those baby foods of which the principal constituent is
milk.
166 Ice-cream: This category covers only ice-cream of which the major component is milk.
Ice with syrup but without milk sold under the name of ice-cream is not included.
180-185, 189 Edible oil: Excludes edible oils used for toilet purpose by the household.
238 Other fresh fruits: This includes sugarcane consumed like fruits.
276 Fruit juice and shake: Excludes fruit juice obtained at home by crushing the fruit.
280 Cooked meals purchased: This refers to cooked meals purchased from the market
(e.g., from hotels and restaurants), as well as from office and factory canteens on payment.
Valuation is at the purchase price (subsidized or otherwise).
281 Cooked meals received free in workplace: The word “free” is used here to mean that
no payment is made by the recipient for the meal. However, the meal itself may be provided
as full or part payment for services rendered. Meals received directly as full or partial
payment in kind are included here, as well as (number and imputed value of) meals received
free of charge from office or factory canteens.
282 Cooked meals received as assistance: (Number and imputed value of) all meals
received as assistance from Government, NGOs and charitable organizations, including meals
received by schoolchildren as part of the Midday Meal scheme, are covered by this item.
However, cooked meals received as charity or otherwise from other households are not
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included here. Consumption of such meals is accounted against the ingredients (rice, etc.) in
the server household.
280-289 Served processed food and 290-299: packaged processed food: In the schedule
of enquiry, processed food items were grouped under “served” and “packaged” according to
the usual way in which they are sold. It is, of course, possible, for a cooked meal to be
packaged and taken home; even so, all cooked meals were recorded against items 280-282
under “served processed food”. Similarly, it is quite possible for sweets to be served at the
sweet shop and eaten there; nevertheless, all sweets not prepared in the household were
recorded against item 290 under “packaged processed food”.
290 Prepared sweets, cake, pastry: Prepared sweets include sweets made of sugar, cereals,
milk, coconut, etc. Sweets made at home are accounted not against this item but against the
items for the ingredients. Bakery items such as buns and sweet rolls are included here.
291 Biscuits, chocolates, etc.: This includes confectionery such as toffees and lozenges,
and sugar substitutes such as saccharine and sugar-free sweeteners.
292 Papad, bhujia, namkeen, mixture, chanachur: Papad is usually made from powdered
pulses but may also be made from sago or other cereals. It is usually consumed in fried (or
toasted) form, as part of a rice meal or as a separate snack, in most parts of India. Bhujias,
namkeens and chanachur (often called mixture) are spicy pulse-based snacks available in
grocery shops.
293 Chips: Consumption of potato chips and similar foods (for example, chips made from
plantains) is included here.
294-295 Pickles, sauce, jam, jelly, etc.: Excludes pickles, jam, etc. prepared at home; these
are accounted against the ingredients (flour, sugar, vegetables, oil, etc.).
296 Other packaged processed food: This includes ready-to-cook mixes such as vada mix,
dosa mix, gulab jamun mix, etc., soup powder, custard powder, etc. Also included are baby
foods whose principal component is not milk, such as Cerelac, Nestum, etc.
302 Ingredients for pan: Includes supari, lime, katha, etc., but excludes tobacco, zarda,
surti, kimam, etc. even if consumed with pan, as these are accounted in the tobacco group.
312 Leaf tobacco: Includes all leaf tobacco consumed in any form, and also tobacco leaf
burnt and powdered for brushing teeth.
320 Ganja: Includes ganja consumed in the form of cigarettes.
322 Country liquor: Note that country liquor prepared at home from its ingredients and
consumed is accounted against the ingredients.
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325 Other intoxicants: Includes drugs used for intoxication but excludes drugs used for
medicinal purposes.
332 Electricity: Includes meter rent and surcharge for electricity. If electricity is generated
at home using a diesel or petrol generator, consumption is not accounted against this item but
against diesel or petrol.
342 Gobar gas: The value of gobar gas is imputed on the basis of value of inputs used for
manufacturing gobar gas.
379 Clothing: Excludes raincoats. Expenditure on tailor-made clothing excludes tailoring
charges, which are shown against “tailor” under “consumer services”. Imported ready-made
garments, even if purchased second-hand, are shown as first-hand purchase. Livery supplied
by the employer is taken into account in household consumption of clothing even if used
during duty hours only.
389 Bedding: Apart from bedding proper such as bed sheets, pillows and mosquito nets,
this includes rugs, curtains, towels, mats, cloth for upholstery, etc.
390-395, 399 Footwear: This includes charges paid to a cobbler for getting a pair of shoes
or other footwear made. It excludes the cost of straps purchased separately.
400, 401 Books, journals: Apart from books purchased for educational purposes, these
items include novels and other fiction.
402 Newspapers, periodicals: Excludes newspapers and periodicals purchased secondhand, which, along with second-hand books, etc., are accounted against item 401.
404 Stationery, photocopying charges: Excludes photocopying charges incurred for noneducational purposes, which are accounted in item 491: miscellaneous expenses.
408 Other educational expenses: This includes expenditure on computer training; fees for
music, dancing, swimming schools, etc; schools for typing, shorthand, etc; and training in
physiotherapy, nursing, etc. Up to and including the 66th round, expenses on internet use
(exclusive of telephone charges) were included here; from this round, internet expenses is one
of the items of “consumer services”.
409 Education: This includes expenditure on books and journals, newspapers, paper, pen,
pencil, etc., magazines, novels and other fiction, tuition fees, expenses on training in
computer, typing, shorthand, music, nursing, etc. All compulsory payments collected by
educational institutions at the time of admission or along with the regular fees are regarded as
part of the expenditure for education and included in “education”, even if termed “donations”
by the institution collecting them. True donations to the school made voluntarily as charity
are, however, excluded from consumer expenditure.
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410-429
Medical: institutional and non-institutional expenditure: The distinction
between institutional and non-institutional medical expenses lies in whether the expenses
were incurred on medical treatment as an in-patient of a medical institution (institutional), or
otherwise (non-institutional). Medical institution here covers private as well as Government
institutions such as hospitals and nursing homes.
468 Other washing requisites: This includes brushes, Scotch Brite and other utensil
cleaners, steel wool, toilet cleaners, Pheneol and other floor cleaners, etc.
480 Domestic servant/ cook: This includes the value of both cash and kind payment.
Imputed value of meals prepared in the home and consumed by a domestic servant/ cook is
included here.
481
Attendant: This item records expenditure incurred on persons engaged by the
household to look after an ailing member, or a child, or an aged person in the household. It
excludes payment for medical services rendered by a nurse, even if performed within the
household; such payment is accounted against item 424: other medical expenses.
491
Miscellaneous expenses: This includes expenses such as application fees for
employment, etc., subscriptions to societies and similar organisations, fax charges,
photocopying charges (other than for education), cost of water purchased through tanker,
porter, etc., but not insurance premium payments, which are not included in consumer
expenditure.
495 Pet animals: Pet animals include cats, dogs, rabbits, monkeys, mongoose, birds, fish,
etc., but not farm animals or poultry. Expenses include cost of feed, treatment expenses, etc.
496 Internet expenses: It may be noted that prior to this round, internet expenses were
included in “other educational expenses”.
497
Other consumer services excluding conveyance: Includes services of driver,
coachman, cleaner, cobbler, blacksmith, unskilled labourers, etc., commission paid to the
broker for purchase or sale of second-hand car/scooter etc., reconnection charge for
electric/telephone line, and all other consumer services excluding conveyance.
513 Other conveyance expenses: Includes animal feed for animal-drawn carriage or
vehicle. Does not include driver's or cleaner's salary, or garage rent.
519 Conveyance: Excludes expenditure on journeys undertaken on official or business
tours, but includes journeys to commute to and from place of work. The expenditure incurred
on journeys undertaken under Leave Travel Concession, etc., even if reimbursed, is included.
In case of owned conveyance, the cost of fuel (petrol, mobile oil, diesel, etc.) for powerdriven transport and animal feed for animal-drawn carriage is considered.
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520 House rent, garage rent (actual): In case of quarters provided by the employer
(including government accommodation), the portion of monthly emoluments forfeited on
account of occupation of quarters is included in monthly house rent expenditure.
Salami/pugree is not included in “rent”.
521 Hotel lodging charges: Excludes expenditure on hotel stay during business tours and
official tours covered by travelling allowance paid by the employer.
523 Other consumer rent: This item covers hiring charges for consumer goods like
furniture, electric fans, crockery, utensils and charges for decoration on ceremonial
occasions.
539 House rent, garage rent (imputed): For a household that resides in a house (or uses a
garage) which it either owns or otherwise occupies without paying any rent, the value of this
is imputed on the basis of prevailing rate of rent for similar houses in the locality or
surrounding areas. This information is obtained for urban households only. “Imputed rent” is
defined as zero for households which occupy hired accommodation. Estimate of per capita
imputed rent (for non-hired accommodation) is, however, computed taking both non-zero and
zero figures in the calculation. Note also that imputed rent is not included in the computation
of household consumer expenditure and MPCE.
540 Water charges: This item covers water charges paid to the municipality or other local
bodies. It does not include the cost of water purchased through tanker, etc.
541 Other consumer taxes and cesses: This category includes road cess, chowkidari tax,
municipal rates, other taxes and cesses paid by the household as a domestic consumer, and
consumer license fees such as fees paid for possession of firearms, vehicles, etc. It does not
include income tax or sales taxes.
550-649, 659 Durable goods: Items included here all have a lifetime of one year or more.
However, some petty durables such as spectacles, torches, locks, umbrellas, etc., are
excluded. Note that glassware, earthenware and plastic goods such as buckets are excluded
from durable goods and included in “other household consumables”. Consumption
expenditure on durable goods includes both expenditure on purchase and expenditure on
repair and construction of household durables. For land and residential building, only
expenditure on repair and construction is included.
2.4 A note on data comparability
2.4.1 It was mentioned in Chapter One, Section 1.5, that reports similar to the present one
are available based on data collected in the 50th (1993-94), 55th (1999-2000), 61st (2004-05)
and 66th (2009-10) rounds of NSS. In this context the following observations need to be made
regarding comparability of data presented in this report with those from earlier rounds.
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2.4.2 Consumption data collected on the same item from the same population have been
found to vary depending on the length of the reference period used. One reason for the
variation is that even when reporting is perfect, the use of short reference periods produces
data reflecting fluctuations in consumption at the level of individual households. The level of
consumption of salt by a household may be more or less the same every week, but this may
not be true of the consumption of fish or fruits, and certainly not of the consumption of
clothing (as defined in NSS surveys) or durables. Use of longer reference periods such as a
year irons out the short-term fluctuations and produces data that exhibits less variation over
households.
2.4.3 Averages of consumption (quantity or value) for large populations – and estimates
based on large samples – should not be affected by the abovementioned systematic
differences in inter-household variability found in data collected with different reference
periods. However, even these averages exhibit systematic differences for reasons which are
more complex and less predictable. Reporting of data collected with longer reference periods
may be affected by recall lapse. The term recall lapse covers not only the inability to
remember the fact that a certain item was consumed but also the inability to remember the
exact time when an item was consumed. While the former kind of error causes underreporting of consumption, the other may cause either under- or over-reporting.5
2.4.4 The data on food, pan, tobacco and intoxicants collected through Schedule Type 2 of
this survey differs from that collected in the quinquennial surveys prior to the 66th round
survey in that a reference period of “last 30 days” was used only for cereals, pulses, milk,
sugar and salt, while for all other food items, as well as for pan, tobacco and intoxicants, a
reference period of “last 7 days” was used. This was according to the recommendations of an
Expert Group that had been formed to suggest a suitable reference period for each item of
consumption. The Expert Group had noted that a 7-day reference period gives somewhat
higher estimates of per capita consumption for the item groups for which it is used, and hence
for the food group as a whole, as well as of household MPCE (all items) itself, but expected
these estimates to be closer to the true consumption levels of households than are obtainable
by the usual (30-day recall period) method.6 Users of the present report interested in studying
trends in consumption level over time would need to bear this fact in mind.
2.4.5 In case of clothing, footwear, education, medical care and durables (Category I items
in Chapter One, Section 1.6), the reference period used in Schedule Type 2 of the 68th round,
as in the 66th round, was “last 365 days”. This was also the practice followed in the 55th
round. In the 61st round, as well as the 50th), two sets of consumption data were collected
from each surveyed household on the Category I items – one for “last 30 days” and the other
for “last 365 days”. The 61st round report gives estimates based on “365 days” for items of
durables, and estimates based on both data sets for other items. Clearly, only the “365 days”
5
The tendency to report items consumed outside the reference period as consumed within the reference period
(called “telescoping”) is common, and causes over-reporting.
6
See NSS Report No. 475: Results of a Pilot Survey on Suitability of Different Reference Periods for Measuring
Household Consumption.
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estimates should be used for comparison with the present round’s estimates. However, it
needs to be mentioned here that when data are collected with a double reference period from
the same household, the use of one reference period should be assumed (unless proved
otherwise) to have an influence on the data collected with the other reference period.
2.4.6 For these reasons, comparisons with past data have generally been avoided in the
present report, especially for estimates relating to food items. However, some discussion of
changes over time has been attempted for estimates for items of miscellaneous goods and
services – where “last 30 days” has been used in all the quinquennial surveys – and for
estimates of “possession of durable goods” which are expected to be unaffected by reference
period problems.
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Summary of Findings
3.0.0 The survey estimates presented in this report are of three kinds:
(a) Estimates of per capita consumption (quantity and value) of detailed items
(b) Estimates of proportions of households incurring consumer expenditure on different
items during a 7-day, 30-day or 365-day period
(c) Estimates of proportions of households possessing specific durable goods on the date
of survey
3.0.1 As mentioned in Chapter One, the NSS 68th round results released prior to this report
use an item classification with 32 broad item groups (14 food and 18 non-food groups) to
describe the pattern of consumer expenditure in India and its States and Union Territories.
Table T3 below, reproduced from NSS Report No.5557 (68th round), gives a broad break-up
using 20 item groups. The present report makes use of the detailed item classification adopted
in the schedule of enquiry to study consumer expenditure patterns in much greater detail.
Estimates are given separately for rural and urban areas of all 35 States and UTs of India (see
Appendix A in the enclosed CD). Also, all-India estimates are given separately for
households in 12 different fractile classes of MPCE formed separately for rural India and
urban India (Appendix A).
Table T3: Break-up of MPCE by 20 broad item groups: all-India, 2011-12
monthly per
monthly per
capita exp. (Rs.) item group
capita exp. (Rs.)
item group
rural
urban
rural
urban
154
175
100
167
clothing
&
footwear***
cereals & cereal substitutes
42
54
50
182
education
pulses & their products*
115
184
95
146
medical
milk & milk products
53
70
60
171
conveyance
edible oil
68
96
57
147
other consumer services
egg, fish & meat
95
122
76
152
misc. goods, entertainment
vegetables
41
90
7
164
rent
fruits
76
94
4
22
taxes and cesses
sugar, salt and spices
113
236
139
65
durable
goods
beverages, refreshments & proc. food**
756
1121
673
1509
non-food total
food total
46
42
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
114
176
1430
2630
fuel and light
all items
** includes purchased cooked meals
***excludes tailoring charges
*includes gram
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Estimates of quantity and estimates of value
3.0.2 For detailed items, estimates of consumption in quantity terms are available from the
68th round survey for most items of food, clothing, bedding and fuel, but not for most
durables and a large number of minor “miscellaneous” articles, nor for services of any kind
(including educational and medical services). Estimates of value of consumption in rupees
per person per month are, however, available for every kind of item, and have been presented
for every item, for rural and urban sectors of each State and UT.
Estimates of proportion of households consuming an item within a period
3.0.3 For each detailed item, estimates of the proportion (number per 1000) of households in
any sector of any State/UT that consumed the item during the reference period are given
alongside the estimates of per capita consumption. The reference period was “last 365 days”
for clothing, footwear, education, institutional medical care, and durables (categories of
infrequently purchased items). The reference period was “last 7 days” for edible oil,
vegetables, meat/fish/eggs, fruits, salt and spices, beverages, refreshments and processed
foods, pan, tobacco and intoxicants. For the remaining items of food and non-food, including
cereals, pulses, milk and milk products, sugar, fuel, education, medical care, transport, all
consumer services, and rent, the reference period was “last 30 days”. These estimates provide
an alternative way of studying patterns of consumption by indicating the spread of
consumption of an item among the population, or the shrinking of the segment of population
consuming the item.
3.0.4 The estimates for the items whose consumption was reported by very few sample
households, though presented for the sake of completeness, should obviously be used with
more caution than estimates for items reported by a substantial number of households.
3.1 Cereals
3.1.1 General trends in quantity of consumption of cereals (considering the cereal group as a
whole), as well as the variation in cereal consumption across MPCE classes, have been
discussed extensively in NSS Report No.555: Level and Pattern of Consumer Expenditure,
2011-12. Table T4 shows per capita quantity of consumption and incidence of consumption
in 2004-05 (NSS 61st round), 2009-10 (66th round) and 2011-12 (68th round) of important
individual cereal items listed in the schedule of enquiry.
3.1.2 The general tendency for cereal consumption to decline gradually over the years is
seen to affect nearly all the individual cereals. (Monthly cereal consumption per person fell
from 12.12 kg to 11.23 kg in rural India and from 9.94 kg to 9.32 kg in urban India between
2004-05 and 2011-12.) Rice consumption per person per month has fallen in rural India from
6.38 kg in 2004-05 to 5.98 kg in 2011-12 – a fall of 0.4 kg in 7 years. In urban India it has
fallen from 4.71 kg to 4.49 kg (a fall of 0.2 kg) per person per month. The share of PDS
purchases in consumption has, however, risen substantially. Per capita consumption of PDS
rice has, in fact, doubled in rural India and risen by 66% in urban India since 2004-05.
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3.1.3 Per capita consumption of wheat shows a slight rise of about 0.1 kg per person per
month since 2004-05 in rural areas and a fall of 0.35 kg in urban areas. As in case of rice, the
share of PDS purchase in consumption has increased considerably, per capita consumption of
PDS wheat having more than doubled since 2004-05 in both sectors.
Table T4: Consumption of different cereals in 2004-05 and 2011-12, all-India
cereal
(1)
rice: PDS*
rice: other
sources*
rice: all
sources
wheat/ atta:
PDS@
wheat/ atta:
other sources@
wheat/ atta: all
sources
jowar & its
products
bajra & its
products
maize & its
products
all
cereals#
year
per capita qty (kg)
consumed in 30 days
rural
urban
percentage of hhs consuming$
in a 30-day period
rural
urban
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
0.84
1.41
1.67
5.54
4.59
4.31
6.38
6.00
5.98
0.31
0.62
0.74
3.89
3.63
3.54
4.19
4.25
4.29
0.43
0.29
0.20
0.39
0.26
0.24
0.31
0.20
0.13
12.12
11.35
11.22
0.53
0.81
0.88
4.18
3.71
3.61
4.71
4.52
4.49
0.17
0.37
0.41
4.19
3.71
3.61
4.36
4.08
4.01
0.22
0.18
0.13
0.11
0.09
0.08
0.025
0.021
0.014
9.94
9.37
9.28
24.4
39.1
45.9
85.3
84.7
84.6
11.0
27.6
33.9
63.5
64.4
67.4
9.6
9.2
8.4
7.2
6.3
6.8
8.0
6.0
6.7
98.6
98.4
98.7
13.1
20.5
23.3
89.1
87.4
87.6
5.8
17.6
19.0
79.5
74.9
76.4
7.8
7.5
7.6
4.0
4.8
5.5
2.1
1.7
2.1
95.1
93.5
93.4
*excludes rice products @excludes other wheat products #includes all cereal products
$
Note that these are the percentages of households reporting cereal items, and exclude the households whose members
consumed cereals only as part of meals prepared outside the household (in restaurants, in other households, etc.).
3.1.4 The fall in per capita consumption of the lesser cereals – jowar, bajra and maize – has
been steeper, especially in the rural sector, than the fall for rice and wheat. The contribution
of cereals other than rice and wheat to total cereal consumption in 2011-12 was, however,
less than 1 kg per person per month in rural India and less than 0.8 kg in urban India.
3.2 Pulses and pulse products
3.2.1 Table T5 shows trends in per capita quantity of consumption and incidence of
consumption for the most common pulse varieties: arhar, moong, masur, urd, split gram and
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peas, for whole gram and besan, and the pulses-and-pulse-products group as a whole. For the
group as a whole, per capita consumption rose by 77-78 gm between 2004-05 and 2011-12 –
from 705 gm per month to 783 gm in the rural sector and from 824 gm to 901 gm in the
urban sector. Of this rise, however, as much as 69 gm in the rural sector and 57 gm in the
urban sector was contributed by the four items split gram, whole gram, pea and besan,
whereas the four pulses arhar, moong, masur and urd – which in 2011-12 together made up
about 64% of consumption of pulses and pulse products in rural India and 68% in urban India
– registered a total increase in consumption of only 14 gm in the rural sector and 18 gm in the
urban sector over this period.
Table T5: Consumption of major pulses and pulse products in 2004-05 and 2011-12, all-India
pulse
type
year
(1)
(2)
arhar
moong
masur
urd
gram
(split)
gram
(whole)
pea
besan
all pulses & pulse
products
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
04-05
09-10
11-12
per capita qty (kg)
consumed in 30 days
rural
urban
(3)
(4)
0.208
0.163
0.212
0.092
0.073
0.091
0.105
0.079
0.112
0.080
0.072
0.084
0.058
0.077
0.079
0.026
0.033
0.040
0.037
0.057
0.052
0.031
0.038
0.050
0.705
0.651
0.783
0.295
0.264
0.301
0.114
0.104
0.117
0.092
0.078
0.093
0.090
0.090
0.098
0.073
0.079
0.085
0.033
0.039
0.045
0.015
0.025
0.023
0.050
0.058
0.075
0.824
0.788
0.901
% of consuming hhs* (in 30
days)
rural
(5)
urban
(6)
56.8
53.8
59.6
43.7
40.5
45.6
37.9
34.9
41.1
35.4
35.4
38.9
33.2
38.7
39.9
13.8
17.5
20.7
10.4
15.3
14.9
23.2
27.7
34.7
97.3
96.9
98.1
71.1
69.4
74.1
59.4
56.6
60.0
37.1
35.3
38.0
41.7
43.1
44.7
44.3
43.1
46.6
19.6
22.5
25.9
8.2
11.0
11.9
34.4
38.1
45.1
94.4
92.7
92.5
*Note that these are the percentages of households reporting items of pulses, and exclude households whose members
consumed pulses only as part of meals prepared outside the household (in restaurants, in other households, etc.).
3.2.2 Fig 1 shows the composition of pulse consumption in quantity terms. In value terms,
monthly per capita consumption was Rs.41.58 in rural India and Rs.53.66 in urban India
(Table T6). Full details, including State/UT-level estimates, are available in Table 1,
Appendix A. State/UT-level estimates of per capita quantity of consumption of selected pulse
varieties also appear on pages 42 and 43 (Statement 1).
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Fig 1: Pattern of pulse consumption (quantity), all-India
gram and gram:
pulse whole
products 5%
9%
gram and
pulse
products
11%
peas
7%
arhar, tur
27%
other
pulses
6%
urd
11%
peas
3%
other
pulses
4%
arhar, tur
33%
urd
11%
gram: split
10%
masur
10%
moong
11%
masur
14%
gram:
whole
5%
RURAL
moong
13%
gram: split
10%
URBAN
3.2.3 Arhar (tur) accounted for as much as 27% of pulse consumption in rural areas and
33% in urban areas. Moong and masur together contributed 26% in rural and 23% in urban
areas, the share of moong being greater in urban India. Split gram contributed about 10% in
each sector. Products of pulses and gram had a total share of 9% in rural and 11% in urban
areas. While whole gram had a share of 5% in both sectors, the share of peas was markedly
higher in rural (7%) than in urban India.
Table T6: Details of consumption of selected pulses and pulse products, all-India
per capita consumption in 30 days
% of consuming hhs (in
30 days)
pulse/ pulse product
quantity (gm)
value (Rs.)
R
R
R
U
U
U
(1)
arhar, tur
gram: split
gram: whole
moong
masur
urd
peas
besan
all pulses & products
(2)
212
79
40
91
112
84
52
50
783
(3)
301
85
45
117
93
98
23
75
901
(4)
12.94
3.57
1.66
5.78
5.86
4.73
1.58
2.39
41.58
(5)
19.47
4.10
2.22
8.15
5.20
6.10
0.87
3.73
53.66
(6)
59.6
39.9
20.7
45.6
41.1
38.9
14.9
34.7
98.1
(7)
74.1
46.6
25.9
60.0
38.0
44.7
11.9
45.1
92.5
3.3 Edible oil
3.3.1 Monthly per capita edible oil consumption was estimated as 674 gm in rural India and
853 gm in urban India (for State/UT-wise estimates see Table 1 of Appendix A). The breakup of edible oil consumed per capita at all-India level by type of oil is shown in Fig 2 for
rural and urban sectors.
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3.3.2 The schedule of enquiry used five items of edible oil and a residual item “edible oil:
others” against which consumption of
all other edible oils such as linseed oil,
Fig 2: Per capita edible oil consumption (gm)
(g
rapeseed oil, gingelly oil, rice bran oil,
in 30 days
etc., were recorded. It is seen that
among the five types of edible oi
oil listed
in
the
schedule,
mustard
oil
and
refined
900
vanaspati &
oil – which includes sunflower oil and
800
margarine
soyabean oil – were the two types with
700
mustard oil
the largest shares in both sectors. Of
600
these, mustard oil had the largest share
coconut
oil
(about 45%) in the rural sector and
500
refined oil had the largest share (47%)
400
groundnut oil
in the urban. The share of refined oil in
300
the rural sector was 34% and the share
refined oil
200
of mustard oil in the urban sector was
28%. None of the other oils had a share
100
edible oil:
greater than 6% except groundnut oil in
0
others
the urban sector (about 9.5%).
9.5
Details
rural urban
of per capita quantity and value of all
allIndia edible oil consumption are given
in Table T7.
Table T7: Details of consumption of edible oil, all-India
per capita consumption in 30 days
edible oil
(1)
vanaspati, margarine
mustard oil
coconut oil
groundnut oil
refined oil
edible oil: others
edible oil: sub-total
quantity (gm)
R
U
(2)
20
304
15
40
227
69
674
(3)
21
242
16
81
400
94
853
% of consuming hhs
hhs* (in
7 days)
days
value (Rs.)
R
(4)
1.47
25.07
1.36
3.68
17.19
4.66
53.44
U
(5)
1.59
20.20
1.57
7.53
32.62
6.52
70.03
R
(6)
6.0
52.7
3.5
6.0
35.7
11.3
98.3
U
(7)
5.0
34.1
3.5
8.5
51.7
12.3
92.6
*Note that these are the percentages of households reporting items of edible oil, and exclude households whose
wh
members consumed edible oil only as part of meals prepared outside the household (in restaurants, in other
households, etc.)
3.4 Milk, egg, fish and meat
.1 Milk, eggs, fish and meat are the four sources of animal-protein-rich
animal
rich foods available to
3.4.1
the Indian population. The schedule of enquiry collects data separately for milk and its
products: curd, butter, ghee, etc. However, consumption of milk products (curd, ghee, etc.)
prepared in the home from liquid milk is recorded against “milk (liquid)” for simplicity of
data collection. To the extent that such home preparation of milk products takes place, the
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data as recorded overstates the consumption of liquid milk and understates the consumption
of milk products.
% of consumer expenditure in rural
3.4.2 Milk and milk products commanded a share of 8%
India and 7% in urban India.. The group “egg, fish and meat”, on the other hand, had a share
of 4.8% in rural and 3.7%
% in urban consumer expenditure. In studying the all-India
India incidence
and magnitude of consumption of animal foods, the variation across the country due to
cultural differences needs, of course, to be remembered. State/UT level estimates are
provided inn Table 1, Appendix A.
monthly per capita expenditure (Rs.)
Fig 3: Monthly per capita expenditure
on milk, eggs, fish and meat
300
250
meat
200
fish
eggs
150
100
50
0
meat
fish
eggs
milk and
milk
products
milk and
milk
products
rural
38.75
urban
58.14
3.4.3 Urban per capita consumption
levels (in physical terms) were higher
than rural in case of all the animal
animalprotein-supplying
supplying foods except fish,
rural consumption of which was slightly
higher (266g per person per month)
than urban (252g). Also, the incidence
of consumption (Table T8, cols. 6 & 7)
was markedly higher in urban India for
milk, eggs, goat meat and chicken, but
lower for fish.
While the per capita
3.4.4
consumption of eggs was 1.94 per
fish
26.73
22.77
month (0.45 per week) in rural India
eggs
6.94
11.12
and 3.18 (0.74 per week)
ek) in urban India,
milk and milk
the percentage of households reporting
114.90
184.31
products
consumption of eggs during a 7-day
7
period was 29.2% in rural and 337.6% of
urban India.. As per capita consumption is computed taking all households in the
denominator, this works out to about 1.6 and 2.0 eggs per person per week for each
consuming household.
meat
Table T8:: Details of consumption of milk, eggs, fish, and selected meats, all-India
per capita consumption in 30 days
% of consuming hhs (in
7 days*)
item
quantity
value (Rs.)
R
R
R
U
U
U
(1)
milk: liquid (litre)
eggs (no.)
fish, prawn (g)
goat meat/mutton (g)
beef/ buffalo meat (g)
chicken (g)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
4.333
333
94
1.94
266
49
42
178
5.422
3.18
252
79
64
239
106.25
6.94
22.77
12.11
4.40
20.63
158.43
11.12
26.73
21.78
6.55
28.65
78.0*
29.2
26.5
6.4
4.0
21.7
84.9*
37.6
21.0
10.0
5.0
27.0
*for milk: liquid,, the figures in cols. 6 & 7 are percentages of households reporting consumption during the last 30 days
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3.4.5 Between 2004-05 and 2011-12, estimated per capita consumption of “milk: liquid”
(Table T9) increased by about 470 ml per month in rural India and 315 ml per month in urban
India. The proportion of households reporting consumption of “milk: liquid” in the last 30
days rose by nearly 7 percentage points over this 7-year period while the proportion of urban
households reporting consumption remained the same.
Table T9: Consumption of “milk: liquid”, all-India: 2004-05 to 2011-12
% of consuming households
per capita consumption
(in 30 days)
(litres)
year
R
U
R
U
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
2004-05
3.866
5.107
71.3
85.0
2009-10
4.117
5.358
76.4
84.9
2011-12
4.333
5.422
78.0
84.9
3.5 Vegetables
3.5.1 In view of the great diversity of vegetables consumed all over the country, the
vegetables group was assigned a total of 17 items in the schedule of enquiry including the
residual “other vegetables” item. At all-India level, monthly per capita consumption of
vegetables was estimated as Rs.94.62 in rural India (6.6% of rural MPCE) and Rs.121.70 in
urban India (4.6% of urban MPCE).
Table T10: Details of consumption of common vegetables, all-India
per capita consumption in 30 days
vegetable
quantity (kg)
value (Rs.)
R
R
U
U
(1)
potato
onion
tomato
brinjal
radish
carrot
palak/other
green chillies
lady's finger
parwal/patal, kundru
cauliflower
cabbage
gourd, pumpkin
peas
beans, barbati
lemon (no.)
other vegetables
all vegetables
(2)
(3)
1.965
0.842
0.586
0.428
0.147
0.078
0.590
0.152
0.209
0.105
0.284
0.227
0.359
0.096
0.102
1.211
0.590
-
1.612
0.951
0.806
0.358
0.140
0.153
0.528
0.166
0.281
0.106
0.326
0.271
0.281
0.150
0.139
2.117
0.574
-
(4)
18.80
11.39
9.24
6.73
1.38
1.34
7.65
4.94
4.32
2.14
3.95
2.88
4.37
1.65
2.35
1.88
9.57
94.62
(5)
17.41
13.66
13.90
6.96
1.73
3.26
9.74
5.69
7.46
2.65
6.50
4.61
4.44
3.40
3.99
3.72
12.56
121.70
% of consuming hhs*
(in 7 days)
R
U
(6)
(7)
91.1
95.9
74.6
57.8
17.2
12.8
61.2
83.1
33.6
15.5
28.4
27.6
33.2
11.1
18.7
29.0
58.1
98.7
85.5
90.8
84.8
53.8
17.6
25.4
59.0
81.4
44.3
16.1
36.0
36.0
28.8
17.9
25.5
43.8
58.8
92.6
*Note that these are the percentages of households reporting items of vegetables, and exclude households whose members
consumed vegetables only as part of meals prepared outside the household (in restaurants, in other households, etc.).
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3.5.2 Table T10 shows per capita consumption of vegetables in quantity and value terms, as
well as percentages of households reporting consumption during a period of 7 days, in rural
and urban India.
3.5.3 Consumption of carrots, lemons, cauliflowers, cabbages, tomatoes, lady’s fingers and
beans was appreciably more common in urban areas of the country (columns 6 and 7 of Table
T10), while potatoes, onions, gourds/pumpkins and brinjal were consumed by a greater
percentage of households in rural areas. The average rural Indian consumed about 1 kg 965
gm of potatoes a month, about 350 gm more than the average urban resident. Total
consumption of vegetables per person per month on the basis of these estimates (leaving out
lemons) comes to around 6.8 kg for both rural and urban sectors.
3.6 Fruits and nuts
3.6.1 Fruits and nuts accounted for only 2.8% (Rs.40.52) of consumer expenditure in rural
India and 3.4% (Rs.90.12) in urban India. The schedule of enquiry listed 18 fresh fruits
including “other fresh fruits” and 8 dry fruits and nuts. Details of consumption of some of
these are shown in Table T11. Estimates for all fruits and nuts listed in the schedule are
available in Table 1 of Appendix A.
3.6.2 The eight fresh fruits listed in Table T11 together accounted for around 84% of the
value of fresh fruits consumed in rural areas and 87% of the value in urban areas. Per capita
urban consumption of all commonly consumed fruits and nuts exceeded rural consumption
whether measured in terms of value or quantity. Rural-urban disparities in consumption were
relatively low in case of coconuts, mangoes, groundnuts and bananas, and high for apples,
grapes and oranges. Of the Rs.90 spent per month on fruits and nuts for the average urban
Indian, more than half was spent on apples, bananas, coconuts and mangoes.
Table T11: Details of consumption of important fruits and nuts, all-India
per capita consumption in 30 days
fruit/nut
quantity
value (Rs.)
R
R
U
U
(1)
banana (no.)
coconut (no.)
green coconut (no.)
orange, mausami (no.)
apple (gm)
mango (gm)
grapes (gm)
papaya (gm)
groundnut (gm)
cashewnut (gm)
% of consuming hhs (in
7 days)
R
U
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
4.18
0.49
0.06
0.40
58
160
38
53
63
1
6.69
0.61
0.14
1.02
191
202
84
81
87
8
8.12
4.38
0.63
1.51
4.74
4.79
1.97
0.91
4.31
0.63
15.31
5.97
2.00
4.48
18.10
8.33
4.84
1.76
6.45
3.84
36.5
20.8
2.7
5.3
8.0
10.4
7.3
4.0
21.7
1.6
53.2
25.1
5.4
12.4
22.7
13.4
13.0
6.1
29.2
7.7
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3.7 Beverages and processed food
3.7.1 The schedule of enquiry listed 6 kinds of beverages including mineral water, with
“tea” and “coffee” further divided into “tea: cups” and “tea: leaf”, and coffee: cups” and
“coffee: powder” respectively – in other words, into tea/coffee purchased in beverage form
and tea/coffee made at home. The schedule also listed 12 kinds of processed food. The
processed foods were grouped into two categories: those served in restaurants, dhabas, snack
bars, etc., and those which are usually taken home and consumed. Taken together, beverages
and processed food accounted for 7.9% (Rs.112.95) of consumer expenditure in rural India
and 9% (Rs.236.17) in urban India. Details of consumption of important items of this group
(together accounting for about 75% of expenditure on the group in rural India and about 82%
in urban India) are shown in Table T12. Corresponding estimates for all items of the group
are available in Table 1 of Appendix A.
3.7.2
In both sectors, around 28-30% of the value of consumption of beverages and
processed food was contributed by cooked meals obtained either through purchase or as
assistance (including imputed value of free meals received from school). In the urban sector it
was purchased cooked meals that made up the greater part of this contribution, accounting for
over 24% (about Rs.58) of the value of consumption of beverages and processed food. In the
rural sector, the imputed value of meals received as assistance was 18% of the value of
consumption of beverages and processed food.
Table T12: Details of consumption of selected beverages and processed foods, all-India
per capita consumption in 30 days
% of consuming
hhs (in 7 days)
beverage/ processed food
quantity
value (Rs.)
R
R
R
U
U
U
(1)
tea: cups (no.)
tea: leaf (gm)
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
papad, bhujia, namkeen
cooked meals purchased (no.)
cooked meals received as assistance (no.)
cooked snacks purchased
(2)
3.3
79.9
66
0.42
2.48
-
(3)
5.82
95.3
106
1.54
0.88
-
(4)
12.01
16.31
13.77
7.36
6.59
13.06
20.41
14.39
(5)
26.08
22.21
23.73
16.38
12.22
57.54
8.77
36.94
(6)
37.3
86.1
68.3
17.3
34.9
6.0
24.6
44.7
(7)
49.6
83.8
72.1
24.2
43.8
15.6
7.8
59.8
3.7.3 Expenditure on tea (leaf + prepared tea) was about Rs.28 per person per month in rural
India and about Rs.48 in urban India. Ready-to-drink tea accounted for 54% of this
expenditure in the urban sector and about 42% in the rural sector. Purchases of ready-to-eat
cooked snacks from restaurants, food stalls, etc. were reported by nearly 60% of urban
households and amounted to about Rs.37 per person per month in urban India.
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3.8 Energy (excluding vehicle fuels)
3.8.1
Estimates of consumption of energy used for heating, lighting and household
appliances are given in Table 2 of Appendix A; Table T13 gives details for the major energy
items used in the schedule. Together
Fig 4: Monthly per capita expenditure
these items of fuel accounted for 86%
on important household fuels (Rs.)
of value of energy consumption
electricity
90
(excluding vehicle fuels) in rural India
and 95% in urban India.
80
3.8.2
Nearly 71% households in
urban areas and over 21% in rural
areas reported consumption of LPG for
household use during the last 30 days
(Table T13). Electricity made up about
50% of fuel expenditure in the average
urban household and 22% in the
average rural household. Electricity
was consumed by 96% households in
urban areas and 74% in rural areas.
70
60
50
L.P.G.
firewood
and chips
40
30
20
10
electricity
firewood
and chips
kerosene
kerosene
L.P.G.
0
rural
urban
3.8.3
However, the percentage of
households reporting use of firewood and chips remained as high as 83.5% in rural areas and
23% in urban areas. Monthly per capita rural consumption of firewood and chips was
estimated at about 19 kg and its value (including imputed value of free collection and homegrown stock) at Rs.48.20 (42% of fuel expenditure).
Table T13: Details of consumption of selected energy items, all-India
value of consumption in 30 days
% (2011-12) of
qty. of consn. per
consuming hhs
as % of all fuel
person
in
30
days
per
capita
fuel
(2011-12)
(in 30 days)
(Rs.) (2011-12)
R
U
R
U
R
U
68^ 66^ 61^ 68^ 66^ 61^
R
U
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
(13)
firewood and chips (kg)
19.04
4.29
48.20 13.17 42 47 42 8 9 9 83.5 22.9
electricity (kwh)
8.9
25.8
25.11 87.20 22 22 20 50 51 46 74.2 96.0
6.78 3.50
6 6 9 2 2 3 75.6 30.0
kerosene - PDS (litre)
0.431 0.230
2.92 5.70
3 2 4 3 3 5 21.7 15.7
kerosene - other sources (litre) 0.103 0.166
LPG (kg)
0.378 1.926
11.31 56.74 10 8 8 32 31 32 21.4 70.8
other fuel
19.79 9.55 17 14 17 5 5 5
all fuel (excl. vehicle use)
114.11 175.86
100
100
99.8 99.6
^round: 68 – 2011-12; 66 – 2009-10; 61 – 2004-05
3.8.4 Estimates of consumption of LPG and electricity from the 61st, 66th and 68th rounds of
NSS are shown in Table T14 below. The rural sector shows an increase of 83% in the
proportion of LPG-consuming households and 75% in the quantity of LPG consumption per
person. In case of electricity the changes are less dramatic but nevertheless impressive: a rise
of 36% in the proportion of electricity-consuming households and of 57% in per capita
quantity of electricity consumed. In the urban sector quantity of electricity consumption per
person shows a rise of 29% during the 7-year period.
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Table T14: Changes in consumption of LPG and electricity between 2004-05 and 2011-12
year
(1)
2004-05
2009-10
2011-12
% increase:
04-05 to 11-12
% of hhs
consuming LPG
in 30 days
per capita qty of
LPG consumed
in 30 days (kg)
R
(2)
11.7
15.5
21.4
U
(3)
58.9
66.2
70.8
R
(4)
0.216
0.299
0.378
U
(5)
1.605
1.818
1.926
+83%
+20%
+75%
+20%
% of hhs
consuming
electricity in
30 days
R
U
(6)
(7)
54.5
90.2
67.3
93.9
74.2
96.0
+36%
per capita qty of
electricity
consumed in 30
days (kwh)
R
U
(8)
(9)
5.67
19.96
7.93
24.27
8.92
25.84
+57%
+6%
+29%
3.9 Clothing and bedding
3.9.1 The clothing expenditure of a household during a 365-day period is usually spread
over a large number of items and a number of months; the value of a purchase is frequently
small and difficult to recall. In an effort to minimise recall lapses, as many as 25 clothing
items were provided in the schedule of enquiry. The estimated value of consumption was a
very small component of MPCE for most of these items. Monthly per capita consumption
expenditure on all clothing was estimated as only about Rs.81 in rural India and Rs.133 in
urban India. The main components of clothing and bedding expenditure have been shown in
Fig 5 below. In Fig 5, “kurta, pyjamas, etc.” includes salwars and kameezes while “other
clothing” includes dhotis, coats, jackets and sweaters, shawls, frocks, skirts and blouses, other
casual wear, infant clothing, as well as school/college uniforms of all kinds.
Fig 5: Consumption expenditure on clothing and bedding, all-India
kurta, pyj
ama, etc.
8%
shorts, tr
ousers
8%
shirts, Tshirts
9%
hosiery
articles
9%
sari
16%
cloth for
shirt etc.
13%
other
clothing
30%
RURAL
cloth for
trousers
etc.
7%
kurta, pyj
ama, etc.
11%
hosiery
articles
8%
sari
16%
shorts, tr
ousers
13%
shirts, Tshirts
12%
other
clothing
25%
cloth for
shirt etc.
9%
cloth for
trousers
etc.
6%
URBAN
3.9.2 As Fig 5 shows, cloth for shirts and trousers had greater importance in the clothing
budget of the rural Indian compared to the urban. The shares of readymade garments such as
shirts, trousers, kurtas, pyjamas, etc. were all greater for urban India than for rural India. Saris
accounted for 16% of the clothing budget in both sectors.
3.9.3 Some more details of consumption of clothing are provided in Table T15.
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Table T15: Details of consumption of clothing items, all-India
per capita consumption in 30 days
item
quantity
value (Rs.)
R
U
R
U
(1)
sari (no.)
cloth for shirt etc. (m)
cloth for trousers etc. (m)
shirts, T-shirts (no.)
shorts, trousers, etc. (no.)
kurta, pyjama, etc.
hosiery articles (no.)
other clothing expenditure
(2)
0.047
0.134
0.043
0.039
0.026
0.176
-
(3)
0.049
0.129
0.048
0.058
0.045
0.225
-
(4)
% of consuming hhs (in
365 days)
R
U
(5)
13.32
10.14
5.98
7.32
6.60
6.14
7.45
23.86
21.25
12.23
8.23
15.68
16.79
14.17
10.90
33.69
(6)
84.6
69.7
52.6
72.8
51.0
94.6
-
(7)
74.2
63.5
49.5
80.2
65.7
96.5
-
3.10 Education
3.10.1 Educational expenditure (which includes expenditure on newspapers, stationery and
books of all kinds apart from school and college education expenses) was reported by about
66% of rural and 76% of urban households. (See Table T16.) Per capita educational
expenditure was, however, as much as 3.6 times higher in the urban sector than in the rural.
Educational expenditure per person per month (including the entire population in the
denominator and not only students) was about Rs.50 (3.5% of MPCE) in rural India and
Rs.181.50 (about 7% of MPCE) in urban India.
Table T16: Details of educational expenditure, all-India
per capita expenditure in
30 days (Rs.)
R
U
item
(1)
books, journals (first-hand)
newspapers, periodicals
stationery, photocopying
tuition and other fees
private tutor/coaching centres
other educational expenditure
education: all
(2)
7.62
1.21
5.98
28.06
6.00
1.10
49.97
(3)
17.13
6.85
10.08
121.62
23.17
2.65
181.50
% of hhs incurring
expenditure in 365 days
R
U
(4)
44.9
8.2
61.4
41.5
11.6
65.8
(5)
54.8
31.9
63.6
53.5
16.8
75.6
3.10.2 The largest component of educational expenses was tuition and other fees, which had
a share of 56% in the rural sector and about 67% in the urban sector. Private tuition had a
share of around 12-13% of educational expenditure in both sectors. The percentage of
households reporting expenditure on first-hand purchase of books and journals was 45% in
rural and 55% in urban India.
Table T17: Expenditure on tuition & other fees and private tuition: changes since 2004-05
tuition and other fees
year
(1)
2004-05
2009-10
2011-12
share in educational
expenses
R
U
(2)
(3)
43.7
57.5
56.8
66.5
56.2
67.0
% of hhs reporting
exp. in 365 days
R
U
(4)
(5)
41.3
52.5
43.5
53.6
41.5
53.5
private tutor/coaching centres
share in educational
expenses
R
U
(6)
(7)
12.3
14.8
9.2
12.6
12.0
12.8
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R
U
(8)
(9)
8.3
15.5
9.3
17.0
11.6
16.8
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3.10.3 Changes since 2004-05 in the share in educational expenditure of (a) tuition and other
fees and (b) payments to private tutors and coaching centres are shown in Table T17. The
share of tuition and other fees has grown noticeably from 43.7% to 56.2% in rural India and
from 57.5% to 67% in urban India between 2004-05 and 2011-12. The incidence of
expenditure on private tutors and coaching centres appears to be growing at a faster rate in
rural India, though it was still 5 percentage points lower in 2011-12 than in urban India,
where it was about 17%.
3.11 Medical care
3.11.1 Expenditure on medical care has two components: institutional (incurred as in-patient
of a medical institution) and non-institutional. Data were collected with a reference period of
365 days for the institutional component and 30 days for the other.
3.11.2 As Table T18 shows, non-institutional medical expenditure during the last 30 days
was reported by about 79% of rural and 75% of urban households. Medicine accounted for
nearly 80% of non-institutional medical expenses in rural India and 75% in urban India.
Institutional medical expenditure during the last 365 days was reported by about 14-15% of
households in each sector. Here, too, medicine was the largest component but, as might be
expected, its share was smaller – 44% in the rural sector and 34% in the urban.
Table T18: Details of medical expenditure, all-India
non-institutional
per capita
% of hhs incurring
item
expenditure (Rs.) expenditure in 30
in 30 days
days
R
U
R
U
(1)
medicine
X-ray, pathological test, etc.
doctor's/surgeon's fee
hospital/nursing home charges
other medical expenditure
medical: all
(2)
51.24
3.73
7.21
2.19
64.37
(3)
70.83
6.70
13.41
3.33
94.27
(4)
76.8
5.4
32.6
78.5
(5)
73.3
5.8
38.4
74.9
institutional
per capita
% of hhs incurring
expenditure (Rs.) expenditure in 365
days
in 30 days
R
U
R
U
(6)
13.46
3.29
4.16
6.32
3.58
30.81
(7)
17.53
5.64
7.58
13.67
7.02
51.44
(8)
14.1
9.4
10.5
8.8
6.6
15.0
(9)
13.1
9.6
10.8
10.4
6.2
14.4
3.12 Trends in expenditure on consumer services and miscellaneous goods
3.12.1 In the consumer expenditure survey schedule, the category “miscellaneous goods and
services” includes all consumer services including transport, minor entertainment goods,
toiletry, various household consumables and petty durables, and hired accommodation,
besides non-institutional medical care. For all these items, data are collected with a reference
period of “last 30 days”. For this category of items, no data on quantity consumed are
collected. The expenditure on these items is, of course, affected by price movements, and the
real change over time in consumption of any of the items cannot be separated out from the
change in expenditure incurred. Nevertheless, the growth of expenditure on any of these
items relative to the growth of total consumption expenditure throws light on the increase or
reduction in importance of the item over time.
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3.12.2 Table T19 shows, for selected items of the “miscellaneous” category, both the change
in per capita expenditure (in nominal terms), and the change in proportion of households
incurring expenditure on the item in rural and urban India between 2004-05 and 2011-12. The
change in per capita expenditure on all consumption items (MPCE) is also shown, using the
MRP reference period for 2004-05, 2009-10 and 2011-12. For items which appear above the
“all consumption items” row, the growth in per capita expenditure has been faster than the
growth in overall MPCE, implying that the budget share of` the item has increased. For items
below the “all consumption items” row, the growth in per capita expenditure has been slower
than the growth in overall MPCE, implying that the budget share of the item has fallen over
the 7-year period. The increase in proportion of households incurring expenditure has also
been computed as a percentage; thus, a figure of 100 in col.9 would mean that the proportion
of households incurring expenditure on the relevant item has doubled, and a figure of minus
50 would mean that the proportion has been halved.
Table T19: Changes since 2004-05 in nominal expenditure on selected non-food items, all-India
per capita expenditure in 30 days
no. per 1000 hhs incurring exp. in 30 days
% increase
%
increase
item
2011-12 2009-10 2004-05
from 04-05 to 2011-12 2009-10 2004-05 from 04-05 to
(Rs.)
(Rs.)
(Rs.)
11-12
11-12
(1)
(2)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
1.58
5.54
5.41
2.17
579.17
10.81
6.82
5.22
4.18
491.8
355.4
317.0
269.1
122.2
95.9
91.5
77.2
52.4
326
767
170
391
616
986
977
662
212
536
132
294
579
983
965
623
88
317
73
175
603
982
962
616
270.5
142.0
132.9
123.4
2.2
0.4
1.6
7.5
159.42 106.95
54.66
84.68
53.45
31.30
15.88
11.41
5.95
2477.02 1856.01 1104.60
27.64
23.26
14.63
19.49
16.02
10.39
32.76
23.68
17.76
67.73
68.91
37.80
9.01
6.59
5.09
14.09
11.46
8.12
4.71
3.62
5.96
5.70
4.49
3.67
191.7
170.5
166.9
124.2
88.9
87.6
84.5
79.2
77.0
73.5
64.6
55.3
343
374
413
694
984
528
916
119
988
209
484
324
330
355
605
982
519
812
100
984
224
465
314
264
266
435
980
546
633
93
988
268
478
9.2
41.7
55.3
59.5
0.4
-3.3
44.7
28.0
0.0
-22.0
1.3
RURAL
9.35
cable TV connection
25.23
telephone charges#
22.56
petrol
8.01
taxi, auto-rickshaw fare
all consumption items8 1287.17
21.18
bus/tram fare
13.06
washing soap/soda
9.25
toilet soap
6.37
grinding charges
URBAN
house/garage rent
petrol
taxi, auto-rickshaw fare
all consumption items
cable TV connection
washing soap/soda
bus/tram fare
telephone charges#
railway fare
toilet soap
washerman, laundry
grinding charges
(3)
(4)
5.33
21.18
12.97
4.61
953.05
14.03
10.21
7.36
5.15
# Here the estimates in cols.6 & 7 (no. of hhs per 1000 incurring expenses in 09-10 &11-12) relate to mobile phones only.
8
For both rural and urban sectors, the estimate for “all consumption items” given here is the Mixed Reference Period (MRP)
estimate based on Schedule Type 1, which was canvassed in a different sample of households from the sample on which this
report is based. Because of this, the estimates for “all consumption items” shown in Table T19 differ from those shown in
Table T3. The reason for giving the MRP estimates in Table T19 is to ensure comparability of estimates of “all consumption
items” across rounds 61 (2004-05), 66 (2009-10) and 68 (2011-12).
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3.12.3 Among the facts highlighted by Table T19 are the following:


In rural India, telephone expenditure per person increased to about Rs.25 per month in
2011-12, which was about 4.6 times its value in 2004-05. While 32% of rural
households reported telephone expenditure in 2004-05, the proportion of households
in 2011-12 reporting expenditure on mobile phones alone was 77%.
Rural per capita expenditure on petrol rose in 2011-12 to about Rs.23, about 4.2 times
its level in 2004-05. Petrol expenditure per capita in urban India increased about 2.7
times during the same period, from Rs.31 to about Rs.85 per month.

Expenditure per person on cable TV subscription in rural India rose in 2011-12 to 5.9
times its value in 2004-05, and the proportion of households incurring such
expenditure increased by 270%, from 88 per 1000 households to 326.

Rural per capita expenditure on taxis and autorickshaws was in 2011-12 about 3.7
times its value in 2004-05.

Urban expenditure per person on house rent (taking the entire population in the
calculation and not rent-paying households only) rose from about Rs.55 per month in
2004-05 to Rs.159 in 2011-12 – a nearly threefold increase over 7 years.

While the proportion of urban households incurring expenditure on mobile phone
charges and cable TV subscription rose by 45% (at least) and 60% respectively
between 2004-05 and 2011-12, per capita expenditure on these services grew at a
slower rate than overall MPCE in urban India during this period, indicating a fall in
their budget shares.
3.13 Variation in budget shares with level of living
3.13.1 As mentioned in Chapter One, all-India estimates of per capita consumer expnditure
on individual items of consumption are given in Appendix A separately for households
belonging to different MPCE fractile classes (formed separately for rural and urban sectors).
3.13.2 Households belonging to different fractile classes of the MPCE distribution represent
a series of sub-populations with progressively increasing level of living. The variation in the
budget share of any particular item across MPCE fractile classes therefore enables the study
of variation in consumption behaviour with rise in level of living. For any particular item of
consumption, the share in the household budget is the same as the ratio of per capita
expenditure on the item to MPCE.
3.13.3 Table T20 gives the percentage share in consumer expenditure of selected items of
consumption (9 items for rural India and 9 for urban India) for the 12 fractile classes used in
tabulating the all-India estimates of this report. It may be recalled (see Chapter Two,
paragraph 2.3.3.2) that the fractile classes used are the percentile classes 0-5%, 5-10%, 1020%, 20-30%, 30-40%, ..., 70-80%, 80-90%, 90-95%, and 95-100%. These are also referred
to as fractile classes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …, 9, 10, 11 and 12 respectively.
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Table T20: Percentage shares of selected items in total consumer expenditure: variation across fractile
classes, all-India
RURAL
percentage share in total consumer expenditure for households in fractile class
item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
all
electricity
1.14
1.19
1.30
1.43
1.56
1.67
1.77
1.89
1.94
2.07
2.07
1.65
1.76
sari
1.32
1.21
1.15
1.08
1.05
1.06
1.03
0.93
0.93
0.88
0.80
0.65
0.93
tuition & other fees
0.52
0.55
0.68
0.76
0.80
0.97
1.03
1.34
1.71
2.27
3.07
4.51
1.96
medicine
2.50
3.12
3.29
3.61
3.57
3.78
3.94
4.09
4.51
4.89
5.81
6.15
4.52
toilet articles, barber*
3.21
3.05
2.95
2.95
2.91
2.90
2.90
2.89
2.81
2.68
2.50
1.86
2.68
detergents & laundry
1.24
1.11
1.08
1.07
1.02
1.03
1.03
1.05
1.03
0.98
0.92
0.75
0.98
mobile phone charges
0.81
1.05
1.31
1.44
1.59
1.62
1.65
1.81
1.82
1.87
1.94
1.70
1.68
bus/tram fare
0.96
0.86
1.07
1.13
1.21
1.33
1.51
1.58
1.72
1.72
1.76
1.49
1.48
petrol+diesel
0.02
0.15
0.19
0.32
0.52
0.77
0.94
1.35
1.64
2.42
3.18
3.41
1.70
URBAN
percentage share in total consumer expenditure for households in fractile class
item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
all
electricity
2.72
2.85
3.07
3.15
3.36
3.46
3.38
3.45
3.47
3.47
3.58
2.99
3.32
tuition & other fees
1.03
1.33
1.74
2.08
2.60
3.08
3.47
3.79
4.65
5.82
6.17
6.85
4.62
medicine
2.53
2.81
3.04
3.15
3.18
3.17
3.74
3.62
3.53
3.50
3.85
2.97
3.36
toilet articles, barber*
3.40
3.25
3.20
3.17
3.14
3.09
2.96
2.89
2.76
2.59
2.46
2.09
2.71
detergents & laundry
1.21
1.13
1.10
1.06
1.06
1.09
1.00
1.00
0.99
0.94
0.95
0.79
0.97
domestic servant/ cook
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.01
0.04
0.09
0.12
0.27
0.42
0.85
1.43
2.30
0.81
mobile phone charges
1.36
1.46
1.67
1.81
1.95
2.15
2.17
2.32
2.43
2.47
2.55
2.29
2.24
bus/tram fare
0.82
0.97
1.23
1.39
1.45
1.56
1.48
1.47
1.39
1.27
1.16
0.81
1.25
petrol+diesel
0.17
0.32
0.72
1.37
1.79
2.35
2.81
3.32
3.70
4.03
4.79
5.11
3.46
*includes beautician
3.13.4 Figures 6.1 and 6.2 depict the variation in budget shares by means of line diagrams
with the fractile classes represented by equally spaced points on the horizontal axis.
% share in total consumer expenditure
Fig 6.1R: Percentage share of selected items in total consumer
expenditure across MPCE fractile classes: Rural
4
3.5
3
toilet articles, barber
2.5
detergents & laundry
2
mobile phone charges
1.5
bus/tram fare
1
petrol+diesel
0.5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
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% share in total consumer expenditure
Fig 6.1U: Percentage share of selected items in total consumer
expenditure across MPCE fractile classes: Urban
6
5
toilet articles, barber
4
detergents & laundry
3
mobile phone charges
2
bus/tram fare
1
petrol+diesel
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
% share in total consumer expenditure
Fig 6.2R: Percentage share of selected items in total consumer expenditure
across MPCE fractile classes: Rural
7
6
5
medicine
4
tuition & other fees
3
electricity
2
sari
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
% share in total consumer expenditure
Fig 6.2U: Percentage share of selected items in total consumer expenditure
across MPCE fractile classes: Urban
8
7
6
5
medicine
4
tuition & other fees
3
electricity
2
domestic servant/ cook
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
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3.14 Durable goods: pattern of expenditure
3.14.1 For durable goods, as many as 51 items are provided in the schedule to help the
informant to recall and report each item on which expenditure was incurred. Per capita
expenditure on durable goods (including expenditure on construction, repair and maintenance
of such goods) was estimated (see Appendix A, Table 1, all-India, all classes) as about Rs.65
in the rural sector (4.5% of MPCE) and Rs.139 (5.3% of MPCE) in the urban. For durable
goods, per household expenditure is, arguably, more meaningful than per capita expenditure.
In Table T21, columns 8 & 9 show the expenditure per reporting household (= expenditure
per household ÷ proportion of reporting households) on selected items of durable goods,
while columns 2 to 7 show the share of each item in durables expenditure in different years.
Table T21: Details of expenditure* on durables, all-India
item
(1)
% to total expenditure* on durable goods
in
11-12 09-10 04-05 11-12 09-10 04-05
(2)
bicycle
3.4
motor cycle scooter
13.5
motor car, jeep
9.1
1.0
PC/laptop$
mobile phone handset
4.4
television
2.6
23.6
gold ornaments
18.1
residential building@
other durables
24.4
durables: total
100.0
R
(3)
4.6
11.7
8.4
0.7
4.9
2.5
14.2
29.9
23.0
100.0
(4)
5.2
13.0
6.0
0.4
0.4
3.8
13.8
33.4
24.1
100.0
(5)
U
(6)
(7)
1.3
1.9
2.8
12.7 13.7 17.9
21.4 16.3 14.2
3.8
3.0
2.6
4.4
4.8
2.4
3.2
3.6
6.3
19.9 14.3 11.5
11.4 16.5 20.9
22.0 25.8 21.5
100.0 100.0 100.0
* including expenditure on construction, repair and maintenance
$
expenditure* (Rs.)
in in 365 days per
reporting household
(’11-’12)
R
U
(8)
(9)
236
271
2959
2546
19300
21331
8679
8472
1251
2472
2280
3725
25081
27855
1883
4283
4141
8088
incl. software
@
% of hhs
incurring
expenditure* in
365 days
R
U
(10)
(11)
51.8
32.7
16.5
34.2
1.7
6.9
0.4
3.1
12.8
12.1
4.2
5.9
4.9
3.4
34.7
18.2
87.4
84.9
repair & maintenance cost only
3.14.2 The share of gold ornaments in durables expenditure was estimated at nearly 24% in
rural India compared to about 20% in urban India. Cost of repair and maintenance of
residential buildings made up 18% of per capita expenditure on durables in rural India,
compared to 11% in urban India. In urban India, motor cars had a share of over 21%
compared to 9% in rural India. The share of motorized two-wheelers was about 12-14% in
both sectors. Mobile phone handsets made up 4.4% of expenditure on durables in each sector.
Note that all expenditure figures, as well as percentage of households reporting expenditure,
take into account not only expenditure on purchases but also expenditure on construction,
repair and maintenance.
3.15 Durable goods: trends in incidence of possession
3.15.1 Table 3 (R & U) of Appendix A give, separately for rural and urban areas of each
State/UT, the estimated proportions (numbers per 1000) of households possessing each of 19
different items of durable goods, common but of the relatively expensive kind, including
items of furniture, entertainment goods, household “comfort” goods, and vehicles for
household use. Further, the estimated proportions are given separately for households in 12
fractile classes of MPCE in the relevant sector of the State/UT concerned.
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3.15.2 Table T22 shows estimates, from the 50th, 55th, 61st, 66th and 68th rounds of NSS, of
percentages of households possessing a specific durable good, for each of nine durables.
3.15.3 It is seen that television sets were possessed by nearly 50% of rural households in
2011-12 compared to 26% in 2004-05, and by 80% of urban households in 2011-12
compared to 66% in 2004-05. Refrigerators were possessed by 44% urban households in
2011-12 compared to 32% in 2004-05, and motor cars by 8% of urban households in 2011-12
compared to 4.6% in 2004-05. The proportion of rural households with motorcycles or
scooters more than doubled in the 7 years prior to 2011-12 from 7.7% to 18.4% while in the
urban sector the proportion increased from 26% to 38%.
Table T22: Percentages of households having specific durable goods, 1993-94 to 2011-12, all-India
% of rural/urban households possessing a specific durable good
year
R
U
BICYCLE
1993-94
1999-2000
2004-05
2009-10
2011-12
32.7
40.5
47.1
54.9
57.1
1993-94
1999-2000
2004-05
2009-10
2011-12
26.8
30.4
26.3
26.5*
18.7*
RADIO
5.6
7.4
9.5
10.9
13.0
* includes tape recorders, 2-in-1’s
R
U
MOTOR CAR/ JEEP
TELEVISION
REFRIGERATOR
2.1
4.5
7.7
13.9
18.4
41.8
35.1
33.6
23.3*
17.4*
7.0
18.7
25.6
41.7
49.6
18.4
20.3
23.8
21.7
22.3
U
MOTORCYCLE/
SCOOTER
37.1
39.0
41.7
41.1
38.6
SEWING MACHINE
1993-94
1999-2000
2004-05
2009-10
2011-12
R
11.6
18.4
26.0
33.0
37.8
40.5
59.5
66.1
75.8
80.4
ELECTRIC FAN
15.9
26.3
38.4
55.2
63.5
56.6
68.5
81.8
90.6
92.7
0.2
0.4
0.8
1.4
2.0
0.9
2.7
4.4
7.1
9.4
1.2
2.7
4.6
6.5
8.0
12.3
22.9
31.9
39.0
43.8
AIR COOLER
0.5
1.7
2.9
5.0^
5.9^
6.4
10.9
18.2
21.4^
23.5^
^includes air conditioners
3.15.4
For certain durables, which are giving way to more efficient or entertaining
substitutes, such as the radio to television, or bicycles to motorized two-wheelers, a decline
over time in the percentage of possessor households is seen, especially in urban areas. For
most of the durables considered here, however, the percentage shows an unbroken rising
trend in both sectors.
3.16 Durable goods: variation in incidence of possession with level of living
3.16.1 Statement 5 (page 69) gives, for different fractile classes of MPCE, the all-India
estimates of per 1000 numbers of rural and urban households possessing each of 19 common
durables, including radios, TV sets, VCR/VCP/DVD players, cameras, air conditioners and
coolers, sewing machines, washing machines, refrigerators, water purifiers, bicycles,
motorcycles/scooters, motor cars, PCs and laptops, and mobile phones.
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Fig 7.1: Percentages of households in
different MPCE fractile classes
possessing washing machines
50
40
urban
30
20
rural
10
0
1
2 3
4
5 6
7 8
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
9 10 11 12
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
rural
rural
MPCE fractile class 
50
Fig 7.4: Percentages of households
in different MPCE fractile classes
possessing water purifiers
40
30
urban
urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
MPCE fractile class 
Fig 7.3: Percentages of households in
different MPCE fractile classes
possessing bicycles
Fig 7.2: Percentages of households
in different MPCE fractile classes
possessing refrigerators
20
10
urban
rural
0
1
2 3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
MPCE fractile class 
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
MPCE fractile class 
3.16.2 Figures 7.1 to 7.8 show, for each of 12 classes of population demarcated by MPCE
level (numbered 1 to 12), the percentages of rural and urban households possessing each of
eight specific durable goods.
3.16.3 Practically all the curves are upward-sloping, suggesting that financial constraints
played a major role in preventing the have-not households from acquiring the relevant
commodities. A notable exception is the bicycle (Fig 7.3), which appears to be desired more
by the lower fractile classes than the upper ones. Among the other durables, the one that is
most well spread among the different fractile classes of population is clearly the mobile
phone (Fig 7.8).
3.16.4 Statements 1 and 2 on pages 42-48 give State/UT-level estimates of, respectively, per
capita quantity of consumption and per capita expenditure on selected food and non-food
items. In Statements 3 and 4 (pages 49-68), the all-India estimates (all MPCE classes taken
together) appearing in Tables 1 and 2 of Appendix A are reproduced for ready reference.
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Summary of Findings
60
Fig 7.5: Percentages of households in
different MPCE fractile classes
possessing motorcycles/scooters
50
urban
40
30
20
rural
10
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Fig 7.6: Percentages of households
in different MPCE fractile classes
possessing motor cars/ jeeps
9 10 11 12
urban
rural
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
MPCE fractile class 
MPCE fractile class 
70
Fig 7.7: Percentages of households in
different MPCE fractile classes
possessing PC/laptops
60
120
100
50
80
40
urban
30
20
rural
10
0
Fig 7.8: Percentages of households
in different MPCE fractile classes
possessing mobile phones
urban
rural
60
40
20
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12
MPCE fractile class 
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
MPCE fractile class 
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Summary Statements
Statement 1: Monthly per capita quantity of consumption of selected commodities by State/UT
State/UT
rice (kg)
wheat (kg)
rural
(2)
urban
(3)
rural
(4)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
10.829
11.278
11.868
6.044
11.251
8.952
11.136
9.575
5.366
8.698
0.272
0.332
0.481
5.584
0.875
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
1.452
6.415
2.042
0.715
4.390
2.072
5.998
1.835
1.061
3.819
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
8.130
8.838
5.622
7.239
2.194
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
arhar (kg)
moong (kg)
masur (kg)
urd (kg)
rural
(6)
urban
(7)
rural
(8)
urban
(9)
rural
(10)
urban
(11)
rural
(12)
urban
(13)
0.694
0.699
0.823
5.512
2.135
0.463
0.038
0.018
0.078
0.305
0.459
0.056
0.043
0.147
0.584
0.104
0.049
0.062
0.077
0.012
0.100
0.088
0.163
0.070
0.026
0.016
0.185
0.360
0.290
0.047
0.024
0.327
0.389
0.284
0.048
0.146
0.006
0.086
0.006
0.111
0.192
0.004
0.035
0.004
0.062
6.104
1.610
3.710
8.553
6.434
5.447
1.740
4.982
7.197
5.810
0.297
0.160
0.326
0.020
0.006
0.206
0.220
0.360
0.076
0.039
0.140
0.117
0.198
0.156
0.099
0.137
0.144
0.189
0.168
0.135
0.106
0.106
0.008
0.089
0.100
0.147
0.141
0.023
0.110
0.155
0.022
0.018
0.052
0.062
0.242
0.071
0.036
0.053
0.075
0.202
7.604
5.716
5.213
6.740
1.876
3.387
2.671
0.897
0.739
8.484
3.289
4.458
1.185
0.874
7.850
0.009
0.165
0.366
0.127
0.335
0.013
0.281
0.387
0.152
0.456
0.080
0.024
0.098
0.127
0.105
0.092
0.049
0.109
0.143
0.139
0.029
0.176
0.017
0.005
0.071
0.035
0.212
0.020
0.005
0.045
0.098
0.037
0.075
0.161
0.078
0.085
0.010
0.129
0.180
0.043
3.238
14.014
9.844
12.685
13.079
2.945
13.058
8.981
11.476
12.565
4.313
0.004
0.165
0.074
0.007
4.145
0.037
0.456
0.296
0.122
0.367
0.014
0.006
0.000
0.014
0.412
0.025
0.032
0.000
0.017
0.149
0.017
0.023
0.018
0.033
0.151
0.025
0.098
0.005
0.030
0.056
0.09
0.237
0.353
0.169
0.081
0.071
0.314
0.514
0.228
0.071
0.025
0.001
0.002
0.000
0.046
0.018
0.000
0.003
0.000
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
12.139
0.844
0.235
9.410
8.604
8.800
1.169
0.583
7.305
7.337
0.673
8.208
9.275
0.564
0.530
1.752
7.045
8.957
0.966
0.726
0.163
0.008
0.025
0.007
0.390
0.366
0.057
0.058
0.000
0.390
0.175
0.151
0.183
0.016
0.068
0.134
0.154
0.162
0.050
0.089
0.064
0.105
0.038
0.270
0.002
0.039
0.114
0.067
0.190
0.003
0.049
0.083
0.054
0.000
0.304
0.039
0.075
0.045
0.000
0.320
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
A & N Islands
13.102
4.063
4.943
9.923
8.366
11.632
2.835
4.054
6.243
7.241
0.192
7.160
6.897
1.345
1.531
0.391
6.543
6.443
2.286
1.867
0.001
0.261
0.165
0.003
0.338
0.001
0.314
0.198
0.041
0.448
0.016
0.030
0.037
0.038
0.115
0.051
0.060
0.055
0.100
0.107
0.321
0.088
0.188
0.297
0.266
0.433
0.110
0.180
0.303
0.219
0.001
0.099
0.111
0.019
0.075
0.002
0.085
0.090
0.014
0.141
Chandigarh
Dadra & N. Haveli
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
2.693
7.326
3.878
8.047
7.953
1.832
3.213
3.081
7.134
7.602
6.085
0.335
2.563
0.697
0.830
5.777
3.948
2.942
0.837
0.904
0.149
0.490
0.402
0.360
0.406
0.153
0.526
0.316
0.254
0.385
0.175
0.144
0.266
0.183
0.068
0.171
0.160
0.110
0.120
0.102
0.119
0.052
0.128
0.006
0.006
0.133
0.001
0.025
0.000
0.001
0.190
0.280
0.105
0.106
0.335
0.160
0.099
0.066
0.055
0.381
All-India
5.976
4.487
4.288
4.011
0.212
0.301
0.091
0.117
0.112
0.093
0.084
0.098
(1)
urban
(5)
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Statement 1: Monthly per capita quantity of consumption of selected commodities by State/UT
milk: liquid
(litre)
rural
urban
(16)
(17)
eggs
(no.)
rural
urban
(18)
(19)
fish
(kg)
rural
urban
(20)
(21)
goat meat/
mutton (kg)
rural
urban
(22)
(23)
chicken
(kg)
rural
urban
(24)
(25)
(1)
gram: split
(kg)
rural
urban
(14)
(15)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
0.058
0.018
0.035
0.127
0.012
0.072
0.027
0.058
0.158
0.033
3.561
1.017
1.388
3.922
0.655
4.514
1.384
1.740
4.080
2.417
4.705
3.865
4.097
1.003
0.715
5.271
6.772
5.441
1.213
1.407
0.153
0.580
0.665
0.239
0.157
0.108
0.647
0.767
0.187
0.103
0.121
0.039
0.017
0.050
0.012
0.149
0.102
0.055
0.058
0.032
0.491
0.255
0.208
0.177
0.226
0.440
0.375
0.308
0.170
0.265
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
0.203
0.034
0.075
0.158
0.251
0.112
0.013
0.072
0.156
0.262
7.576
4.238
5.471
14.790
9.415
8.480
5.738
6.709
11.033
8.326
1.144
4.879
0.668
0.737
1.209
3.006
6.386
0.928
1.815
2.382
0.026
1.537
0.052
0.002
0.005
0.037
1.700
0.052
0.017
0.031
0.043
0.058
0.027
0.036
0.143
0.045
0.064
0.033
0.003
0.169
0.124
0.351
0.084
0.061
0.111
0.212
0.496
0.077
0.064
0.145
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
0.153
0.041
0.097
0.007
0.116
0.149
0.081
0.106
0.008
0.089
8.083
1.983
3.391
3.004
4.043
8.577
3.923
4.731
3.562
5.106
3.077
1.190
2.391
4.253
0.786
3.116
2.153
3.416
5.042
1.621
0.012
0.142
0.163
2.262
0.048
0.027
0.149
0.117
2.103
0.043
0.153
0.035
0.095
0.013
0.024
0.247
0.105
0.119
0.020
0.072
0.290
0.236
0.369
0.338
0.078
0.387
0.290
0.433
0.435
0.096
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
0.135
0.019
0.009
0.000
0.001
0.098
0.041
0.013
0.011
0.001
3.252
0.252
0.984
0.535
0.161
4.953
0.405
1.598
2.105
0.238
1.774
1.671
1.890
3.531
3.172
3.409
1.456
3.961
6.851
3.522
0.090
0.462
0.403
0.176
0.285
0.175
0.570
0.517
0.203
0.482
0.069
0.001
0.013
0.003
0.022
0.107
0.001
0.019
0.002
0.001
0.207
0.171
0.168
0.235
0.226
0.270
0.099
0.191
0.147
0.190
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
0.036
0.182
0.115
0.015
0.055
0.032
0.167
0.109
0.049
0.080
1.198
11.993
9.300
6.433
3.713
2.666
10.793
8.711
5.450
4.961
1.335
0.669
0.333
1.654
3.615
1.863
1.261
1.088
1.972
5.165
0.438
0.001
0.011
0.01
0.257
0.474
0.004
0.004
0.061
0.292
0.022
0.015
0.049
0.021
0.089
0.077
0.015
0.089
0.003
0.094
0.102
0.046
0.022
0.203
0.356
0.108
0.091
0.039
0.410
0.385
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
A & N Islands
0.002
0.054
0.127
0.016
0.030
0.011
0.071
0.129
0.023
0.034
0.887
4.979
7.732
1.369
1.080
1.363
5.856
6.722
2.564
2.331
2.799
0.861
1.850
4.615
6.433
4.268
1.944
2.380
6.169
6.448
1.069
0.072
0.053
0.805
1.573
1.478
0.035
0.076
1.032
1.255
0.006
0.042
0.031
0.018
0.005
0.025
0.054
0.078
0.067
0.025
0.199
0.056
0.078
0.176
0.631
0.379
0.082
0.102
0.318
0.884
Chandigarh
Dadra & N. Haveli
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
0.217
0.030
0.077
0.006
0.105
0.171
0.103
0.042
0.010
0.098
9.801
0.528
3.333
0.124
4.683
8.463
6.018
5.153
0.306
6.170
1.326
1.248
6.240
4.673
6.435
2.863
1.021
3.949
7.066
6.796
0.000
0.178
0.625
2.321
0.547
0.005
0.040
0.997
3.801
0.678
0.000
0.005
0.007
0.010
0.080
0.009
0.007
0.039
0.000
0.084
0.043
0.220
0.410
0.417
0.439
0.192
0.178
0.218
0.361
0.467
All-India
0.079
0.085
4.333
5.422
1.937
3.180
0.266
0.252
0.049
0.079
0.178
0.239
State/UT
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Summary Statements
Statement 1: Monthly per capita quantity of consumption of selected commodities by State/UT
rural
(34)
urban
(35)
potato
(kg)
rural
urban
(36)
(37)
0.991
0.013
0.155
0.013
0.476
0.115
0.011
0.002
0.006
0.046
0.13
0.021
0.004
0.007
0.056
0.506
1.303
1.763
3.389
1.400
0.526
2.060
1.873
3.361
1.480
0.000
5.943
0.127
0.019
0.016
0.098
5.976
0.156
0.035
0.005
0.009
0.001
0.044
0.076
0.058
0.050
0.005
0.065
0.096
0.095
1.867
0.561
1.300
1.834
1.481
1.834
0.660
1.582
2.028
1.562
4.836
2.756
9.186
10.338
4.536
0.001
0.014
2.314
5.566
0.364
0.004
0.090
2.151
5.398
0.306
0.014
0.002
0.122
0.021
0.035
0.029
0.023
0.142
0.018
0.056
1.174
3.066
0.376
0.394
1.407
1.191
3.214
0.439
0.436
1.425
7.032
3.235
2.394
3.083
8.588
3.110
2.788
4.298
0.322
0.022
0.117
0.002
0.619
0.003
0.044
0.020
0.342
0.006
0.002
0.000
0.256
0.010
0.002
0.004
0.822
1.110
1.409
1.195
0.887
0.951
1.598
1.757
0.252
3.699
2.204
0.005
0.014
0.000
0.000
1.401
1.656
0.204
0.435
0.215
0.436
2.631
3.440
4.921
4.915
0.492
0.000
0.506
0.009
0.014
0.084
0.015
0.058
2.271
1.947
2.004
1.933
0.070
0.005
0.043
0.289
0.593
0.000
0.228
0.415
0.000
3.716
1.521
6.126
5.795
1.814
8.905
0.073
0.000
2.141
0.044
0.000
2.237
0.054
0.008
0.033
0.054
0.000
0.025
1.053
1.734
0.435
1.370
1.364
0.504
0.002
0.004
0.010
0.004
0.006
0.004
0.004
0.005
0.470
0.537
0.585
0.612
0.649
0.560
0.479
0.668
7.488
2.451
4.361
2.683
7.696
4.570
5.958
5.185
0.058
0.008
0.005
0.140
0.035
0.023
0.028
0.216
0.002
0.043
0.034
0.003
0.005
0.059
0.068
0.005
1.636
3.074
1.917
3.794
1.884
2.990
1.930
3.664
A & N Islands
0.000
0.011
0.590
0.336
10.882
10.858
1.761
0.596
0.000
0.000
0.900
0.890
Chandigarh
Dadra & N. Haveli
0.000
0.014
0.001
0.248
0.556
0.008
0.509
0.381
4.618
2.091
5.781
12.249
0.000
0.034
0.000
0.024
0.005
0.004
0.027
0.002
2.231
0.772
1.884
1.193
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
0.165
0.001
0.047
0.206
0.000
0.006
0.138
0.000
0.000
0.003
0.000
0.000
4.286
10.102
6.429
6.365
7.656
8.160
0.127
12.506
1.533
0.588
10.068
1.918
0.049
0.026
0.012
0.102
0.017
0.020
1.269
0.665
0.480
0.756
0.506
0.515
All-India
0.040
0.081
0.304
0.242
4.181
6.694
0.551
0.755
0.063
0.087
1.965
1.612
groundnut oil
(kg)
rural
urban
(26)
(27)
mustard oil
(kg)
rural
urban
(28)
(29)
banana
(no.)
rural
urban
(30)
(31)
0.184
0.002
0.002
0.004
0.009
0.174
0.007
0.005
0.003
0.025
0.000
0.298
0.484
0.508
0.039
0.001
0.377
0.564
0.562
0.057
7.125
4.844
4.333
3.761
1.415
8.240
5.633
5.700
3.740
3.411
0.910
0.028
0.150
0.010
0.524
0.001
0.000
0.187
0.002
0.003
0.001
0.009
0.299
0.005
0.000
0.537
0.001
0.047
0.408
0.432
0.480
0.002
0.073
0.407
0.387
3.755
8.536
3.515
5.340
3.988
5.718
9.204
6.576
8.447
7.249
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
0.003
0.001
0.148
0.005
0.005
0.004
0.001
0.122
0.002
0.010
0.785
0.427
0.001
0.000
0.172
0.844
0.499
0.002
0.001
0.126
2.639
0.983
7.179
9.409
3.247
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
0.039
0.004
0.000
0.071
0.188
0.003
0.002
0.096
0.001
0.344
0.375
0.117
0.058
0.364
0.373
0.155
Nagaland
0.001
0.000
0.250
Odisha
Punjab
0.004
0.005
0.003
0.012
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
0.041
0.001
0.098
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
State/UT
(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
coconut
(no.)
rural
urban
(32)
(33)
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State/UT
State/UT
onion (kg)
brinjal (kg)
cauliflower
(kg)
rural
urban
cabbage (kg)
tomato (kg)
rural
urban
rural
urban
rural
urban
rural
urban
(38)
(39)
(40)
(41)
(42)
(43)
(44)
(45)
(46)
(47)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
1.080
0.351
0.468
1.041
1.064
0.540
0.594
1.156
0.449
0.428
0.628
0.654
0.385
0.452
0.454
0.514
0.066
0.087
0.277
0.513
0.122
0.325
0.368
0.609
0.153
0.254
0.436
0.259
0.226
0.490
0.390
0.317
1.120
0.342
0.265
0.253
1.094
0.689
0.434
0.390
0.711
0.923
0.421
0.462
0.241
0.469
0.266
0.477
1.203
1.623
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
1.022
1.088
0.944
1.395
0.301
0.077
0.301
0.095
0.585
0.205
0.550
0.255
0.194
0.343
0.216
0.401
0.846
0.637
0.857
0.743
0.703
1.076
0.884
0.882
1.171
1.044
0.585
0.300
0.214
0.508
0.346
0.276
0.317
0.558
0.530
0.366
0.606
0.794
0.362
0.145
0.300
0.454
0.221
0.356
0.638
0.848
0.629
0.920
1.079
0.799
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
0.868
0.858
0.888
0.815
0.755
1.017
1.041
0.981
0.917
0.922
0.140
0.362
0.343
0.110
0.459
0.163
0.365
0.292
0.107
0.339
0.452
0.371
0.044
0.016
0.243
0.490
0.424
0.081
0.033
0.299
0.226
0.392
0.167
0.229
0.123
0.214
0.380
0.238
0.239
0.165
0.613
0.568
0.840
0.504
0.739
0.808
0.857
0.927
0.565
0.856
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
0.918
0.279
0.423
0.298
0.275
0.970
0.289
0.452
0.357
0.382
0.472
0.250
0.349
0.914
0.322
0.351
0.165
0.218
0.567
0.309
0.284
0.138
0.152
0.045
0.135
0.394
0.139
0.211
0.216
0.102
0.257
0.594
0.420
0.201
0.472
0.319
0.375
0.625
0.458
0.603
0.653
0.163
0.382
0.151
0.427
0.723
0.167
0.509
0.387
0.565
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
0.685
1.513
0.901
0.411
0.899
0.888
1.441
0.929
0.546
0.995
0.786
0.289
0.193
0.093
0.367
0.807
0.286
0.206
0.157
0.330
0.280
0.571
0.237
0.342
0.051
0.386
0.628
0.327
0.371
0.096
0.335
0.058
0.154
0.449
0.242
0.426
0.068
0.238
0.681
0.269
0.630
0.587
0.640
0.469
0.929
0.852
0.720
0.979
0.674
1.023
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
A & N Islands
0.415
0.724
0.837
0.707
0.808
0.532
0.834
0.866
0.739
0.936
1.011
0.298
0.264
0.530
0.321
1.041
0.280
0.224
0.504
0.361
0.430
0.301
0.557
0.335
0.133
0.416
0.364
0.537
0.394
0.095
0.349
0.104
0.227
0.424
0.338
0.398
0.137
0.243
0.377
0.286
0.232
0.431
0.595
0.224
0.482
0.533
0.634
0.761
0.342
0.610
Chandigarh
Dadra & N. Haveli
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
1.709
0.485
0.990
0.872
0.987
1.534
0.748
0.572
0.956
1.130
0.252
0.480
0.563
0.151
0.407
0.326
0.455
0.362
0.117
0.397
0.437
0.176
0.246
0.000
0.029
0.498
0.188
0.197
0.000
0.086
0.146
0.289
0.784
0.210
0.358
0.147
0.314
0.284
0.194
0.326
0.910
0.675
1.012
0.681
0.966
0.982
1.062
0.627
0.680
0.976
All-India
0.842
0.951
0.428
0.358
0.284
0.326
0.227
0.271
0.586
0.806
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Statement 1: Monthly per capita quantity of consumption of selected commodities by
State/UT
kerosene
electricity
firewood &
bidi (no.)
chips (kg)
(litre)
(kwh)
State/UT
rural
urban
rural
urban
rural
urban
rural
urban
(48)
(49)
(50)
(51)
(52)
(53)
(54)
(55)
(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
23.975
7.273
12.949
3.060
10.996
6.740
3.835
8.385
1.467
6.939
18.874
47.287
29.864
9.898
24.114
2.900
15.896
5.537
4.229
7.555
0.421
0.333
0.668
0.590
0.488
0.284
0.171
0.483
0.418
0.289
15.723
4.287
4.335
2.415
7.594
25.630
8.238
12.991
11.609
22.281
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
13.071
3.042
35.777
11.832
0.420
12.463
0.594
7.439
20.692
0.173
1.707
3.411
0.000
0.799
0.750
0.045
0.269
0.367
33.178
37.04
10.717
43.247
51.896
23.602
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
51.922
45.616
26.366
31.170
11.573
35.683
1.679
4.306
0.218
0.187
0.088
0.327
15.800
31.887
36.507
48.637
Jammu & Kashmir
17.569
9.321
29.679
4.062
0.476
0.311
16.369
29.243
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
1.274
31.666
11.122
42.065
1.183
10.439
5.781
17.535
20.480
28.084
32.405
16.089
2.451
6.434
20.598
5.457
0.621
0.583
0.240
0.560
0.348
0.486
0.189
0.341
5.752
7.891
17.767
7.277
22.017
22.750
29.675
17.988
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
6.861
13.989
36.451
2.448
6.435
10.116
16.973
19.143
30.85
1.743
6.185
6.640
0.584
0.313
0.376
0.521
0.197
0.226
10.955
12.183
9.225
27.733
14.353
20.777
Mizoram
Nagaland
13.687
15.216
6.998
7.938
49.241
38.532
5.497
19.629
0.341
0.102
0.268
0.072
10.45
9.019
18.414
11.203
Odisha
7.298
12.183
67.327
6.455
15.722
2.453
16.779
20.600
1.065
8.944
29.962
12.323
28.555
13.672
19.271
15.689
1.909
5.257
0.166
3.686
0.56
0.278
0.485
0.260
0.613
0.518
0.266
0.184
0.154
0.551
10.173
23.148
9.311
11.206
17.016
23.937
34.986
23.296
17.425
36.426
95.476
30.405
49.112
54.960
5.261
45.509
17.939
28.349
23.841
1.778
57.014
11.847
36.959
18.019
25.129
19.869
4.268
6.451
3.408
1.223
0.676
0.493
0.460
0.690
1.145
0.542
0.316
0.231
0.783
1.103
7.414
3.913
13.733
6.243
20.195
16.899
19.604
21.553
21.705
35.089
Dadra & N. Haveli
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
42.76
12.453
2.121
4.119
10.158
17.309
3.944
6.436
12.711
3.673
0.031
29.965
9.391
20.309
5.976
0.706
2.377
2.262
20.477
3.214
0.648
0.782
1.224
0.895
0.391
0.444
0.192
0.358
1.001
0.285
44.617
13.263
22.120
33.996
41.035
29.327
28.759
32.976
62.950
54.167
All-India
26.797
11.692
19.036
4.285
0.534
0.396
8.923
25.837
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
A & N Islands
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State/UT
books, journals,
etc.
rural
urban
cable TV
rural
urban
(3)
(4)
(5)
7.65
7.82
4.20
5.88
3.69
19.03
15.13
14.39
15.63
15.36
21.05
14.07
8.46
1.82
3.97
31.77
45.96
30.75
10.40
21.47
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
21.52
5.59
7.21
22.29
20.04
8.60
14.59
30.68
26.72
37.69
11.97
16.68
Himachal Pradesh
16.15
39.36
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
14.16
4.47
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
tuition and other
fees
rural
urban
medicine
telephone charges:
mobile
rural
urban
rural
urban
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
42.57
23.43
7.73
6.73
8.33
143.15
55.61
56.63
43.11
80.86
82.67
35.63
23.36
38.29
34.79
91.81
55.14
63.70
49.19
61.51
28.95
35.39
24.80
19.24
13.54
55.22
83.97
69.00
32.23
42.62
34.22
51.03
32.67
37.70
132.93
13.84
19.14
114.89
173.28
47.24
85.88
254.86
65.12
73.20
47.22
77.90
58.94
83.86
75.31
94.39
69.53
67.66
25.99
41.96
78.61
88.61
58.26
92.25
14.30
31.74
54.80
175.45
106.87
121.62
41.76
95.14
23.20
20.13
11.45
3.37
26.36
24.01
42.14
7.71
126.97
72.49
58.6
28.62
85.73
68.57
33.33
17.56
62.72
45.85
5.34
12.93
4.79
15.28
16.51
15.11
15.67
26.15
3.54
35.65
29.81
20.19
22.27
49.89
14.27
162.65
106.87
101.42
62.07
149.97
45.58
78.52
160.74
81.97
23.49
46.14
18.70
66.49
63.36
43.17
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
5.85
24.10
14.92
10.56
18.42
22.64
27.35
17.16
13.17
5.13
15.97
19.41
36.42
9.94
52.46
35.19
28.85
47.33
26.74
9.37
124.97
63.48
149.95
45.16
65.95
17.52
9.42
20.15
101.37
14.18
20.31
35.39
24.65
25.22
40.41
42.99
82.03
28.5
107.31
80.01
Nagaland
32.04
31.10
26.86
39.42
104.1
121.47
13.43
18.26
48.37
72.20
Odisha
Punjab
2.54
14.65
10.88
22.37
7.14
14.22
25.94
27.61
5.61
102.07
50.62
170.72
49.03
140.16
65.09
150.03
13.77
42.47
42.89
65.98
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
7.69
12.41
7.32
19.24
24.50
13.34
5.93
36.82
24.03
19.09
61.88
27.29
46.27
23.58
60.63
174.21
182.79
138.44
68.60
12.01
59.65
66.06
24.34
80.18
31.24
38.86
29.82
57.81
75.59
55.34
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
8.90
10.31
14.12
8.04
15.61
19.07
23.02
18.65
13.27
1.99
17.58
7.98
25.45
14.36
29.57
26.47
5.56
25.47
59.44
6.14
20.45
109.34
98.79
66.35
40.09
81.77
60.00
63.52
94.25
87.98
64.67
113.84
24.67
19.74
42.34
15.03
46.97
41.32
62.56
47.32
A & N Islands
8.16
19.93
32.54
56.93
31.61
83.71
22.17
97.19
70.31
141.64
24.64
11.31
8.86
3.34
16.14
20.75
19.22
20.08
2.96
22.38
27.60
11.85
26.90
14.62
31.70
34.69
34.39
34.02
23.82
36.87
191.94
7.34
11.33
1.05
68.87
211.55
126.90
47.10
20.10
242.02
72.84
34.48
33.69
81.69
67.13
107.59
70.72
81.05
226.48
95.65
66.94
19.78
93.00
45.33
44.98
95.01
78.44
60.37
64.69
56.61
7.95
17.77
9.35
27.64
28.06
121.62
64.70
88.36
24.07
59.03
(1)
(2)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Chandigarh
Dadra & N. Haveli
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
All-India
(6)
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Statement 2: Monthly per capita expenditure (Rs.) on selected non-food items by State/UT
State/UT
washing soap,
soda
rural
urban
house & garage
rent
rural
urban
barber,
beautician
rural
urban
(1)
(12)
(13)
(14)
rural
urban
rural
urban
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
18.91
12.08
7.17
8.45
10.87
22.04
14.05
11.66
10.39
15.75
20.64
15.92
0.41
0.64
0.99
241.91
75.74
110.63
58.48
56.87
13.6
5.92
7.46
5.60
6.49
17.24
8.96
13.95
7.51
11.63
25.64
8.48
16.79
5.62
8.70
39.94
4.30
28.63
6.59
6.09
20.35
23.24
9.22
6.26
17.97
77.85
71.12
59.94
19.67
69.65
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
19.51
17.81
12.43
22.30
24.87
20.34
17.80
28.56
133.12
65.21
6.00
11.87
182.30
140.66
97.07
329.25
13.60
15.10
9.06
11.50
20.93
16.33
15.54
21.02
111.26
70.62
18.06
22.03
73.94
56.82
22.06
19.72
111.20
140.12
37.61
61.51
138.84
177.23
98.70
176.32
Himachal Pradesh
22.72
28.11
23.29
271.87
6.89
13.09
61.03
65.75
36.45
68.91
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
18.59
10.92
23.11
17.05
3.45
2.16
48.64
99.16
8.58
5.76
12.01
12.30
60.02
6.98
71.34
7.88
16.43
9.29
93.57
63.43
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
13.87
19.93
10.93
19.78
23.23
16.10
9.04
22.06
1.69
358.48
104.81
77.99
11.60
12.30
7.32
20.10
14.56
11.81
42.55
58.81
20.28
64.08
56.53
19.18
21.70
47.85
18.97
108.29
106.97
70.26
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
14.93
8.45
11.98
14.35
23.32
7.90
14.58
19.57
10.38
1.55
1.91
6.27
191.29
9.50
179.77
74.12
12.50
3.79
4.57
2.34
22.09
4.05
8.28
11.76
29.02
30.55
27.01
7.65
33.95
6.66
15.78
17.29
31.66
30.15
16.51
21.40
86.41
53.56
79.93
59.92
Nagaland
13.55
12.80
3.09
45.49
6.61
8.14
25.63
15.18
34.700
44.76
Odisha
Punjab
6.71
29.53
9.99
29.32
1.93
5.40
173.65
70.56
5.25
9.31
10.57
12.43
7.90
28.48
8.40
24.54
11.17
83.70
62.76
111.58
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
17.04
9.83
17.05
21.60
12.67
19.81
1.91
25.02
18.27
85.45
236.27
237.32
7.09
8.64
13.60
10.91
16.45
18.45
31.94
0.09
47.76
33.08
0.00
52.99
29.07
13.09
39.10
98.28
24.49
87.91
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
6.78
10.71
16.03
9.79
9.03
15.82
18.23
14.27
1.37
1.28
16.12
0.98
78.69
95.23
134.28
81.93
7.76
5.92
9.20
5.66
9.42
11.04
12.24
13.86
9.08
10.23
27.00
12.05
8.84
11.33
21.92
30.70
7.22
16.91
35.93
7.41
31.60
72.45
79.46
34.61
A & N Islands
33.10
37.44
101.74
358.67
16.90
26.62
63.74
70.8
66.29
133.46
Chandigarh
Dadra & N. Haveli
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
25.47
10.08
17.85
22.94
30.80
26.44
15.52
19.51
24.02
28.52
174.83
20.88
146.67
8.81
39.32
410.09
242.01
155.13
147.20
211.01
8.53
7.34
12.30
13.70
16.30
13.64
12.76
10.56
7.06
18.36
13.02
12.39
5.31
3.51
47.79
28.67
15.49
15.69
0.12
45.78
117.67
34.75
45.17
53.70
80.37
207.28
108.28
119.54
69.20
149.36
All-India
13.06
19.49
6.25
159.42
8.29
15.77
21.18
32.76
22.56
84.68
(15)
bus/tram fare
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Statement 3R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.670
7.63
459
26975
102
rice – other sources
4.306
79.80
846
51729
103
chira
0.070
1.74
202
11613
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.09
13
730
105
muri
0.071
2.32
184
10664
106
other rice products
0.014
0.34
27
1801
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.744
3.55
339
17701
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.544
43.50
674
38451
110
maida
0.032
0.66
119
7745
111
suji, rawa
0.064
1.55
299
18421
112
sewai, noodles
0.010
0.56
78
5930
113
bread: bakery
0.030
1.31
134
10677
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.06
5
367
115
jowar & its products
0.202
4.46
84
4238
116
bajra & its products
0.235
2.56
68
3178
117
maize & its products
0.130
1.52
67
4290
118
barley & its products
0.002
0.02
2
114
120
small millets & its products
0.005
0.11
7
619
121
ragi & its products
0.076
0.93
51
2789
122
other cereals
0.007
0.19
16
1123
129
cereal: sub-total
11.217
152.91
987
59355
139
cereal substitutes
0.035
0.91
84
5557
140
arhar, tur
0.212
12.94
596
32186
141
gram: split
0.079
3.57
399
23466
142
gram: whole
0.040
1.66
207
14564
143
moong
0.091
5.78
456
27864
144
masur
0.112
5.86
411
26577
145
urd
0.084
4.73
389
23549
146
peas
0.052
1.58
149
8282
147
khesari
0.012
0.36
37
1751
148
other pulses
0.033
1.62
159
12344
150
gram products
0.007
0.41
64
3864
151
besan
0.050
2.39
347
19277
152
other pulse products
0.013
0.68
96
6750
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.783
41.58
981
58435
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.333
106.25
780
45501
161
baby food
0.002
0.61
14
1133
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.003
0.76
35
5228
163
curd
0.024
0.88
63
3876
164
ghee
0.017
5.71
97
6926
165
butter
0.000
0.10
5
742
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Statement 3R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.25
27
1820
167
other milk products
-
0.35
24
1546
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
114.90
823
50432
170
salt
0.256
2.44
981
58999
171
sugar – PDS
0.113
1.73
337
22354
172
sugar – other sources
0.603
19.77
851
49442
173
gur
0.059
2.01
244
13599
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.11
28
1597
175
honey
0.000
0.06
7
598
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.033
26.13
987
59347
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.020
1.47
60
3794
181
mustard oil
0.304
25.07
527
33406
182
groundnut oil
0.040
3.68
60
3204
183
coconut oil
0.015
1.36
35
2771
184
refined oil
0.227
17.19
357
22024
185
edible oil: others
0.069
4.66
113
5965
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.674
53.44
983
58737
190
eggs (no.)
1.937
6.94
292
19164
191
fish, prawn
0.266
22.77
265
18197
192
goat meat/mutton
0.049
12.11
64
4430
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.042
4.40
40
3945
194
pork
0.009
1.30
11
2571
195
chicken
0.178
20.63
217
13674
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.30
8
1296
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
68.46
549
36197
200
potato
1.965
18.80
911
54912
201
onion
0.842
11.39
959
57199
202
tomato
0.586
9.24
746
45028
203
brinjal
0.428
6.73
578
32809
204
radish
0.147
1.38
172
10417
205
carrot
0.078
1.34
128
8693
206
palak/other
0.590
7.65
612
39257
207
green chillies
0.152
4.94
831
47948
208
lady's finger
0.209
4.32
336
19264
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.105
2.14
155
8044
211
cauliflower
0.284
3.95
284
17209
212
cabbage
0.227
2.88
276
17809
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.359
4.37
332
20901
214
peas
0.096
1.65
111
7151
215
beans, barbati
0.102
2.35
187
12898
216
lemon (no.)
1.211
1.88
290
16818
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Statement 3R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.590
9.57
581
35836
-
94.62
987
59303
banana (no.)
4.181
8.12
365
23658
jackfruit
0.027
0.21
10
827
222
watermelon
0.081
0.81
33
2105
223
pineapple (no.)
0.012
0.17
7
964
224
coconut (no.)
0.488
4.38
208
12478
225
green coconut (no.)
0.063
0.63
27
1630
226
guava
0.088
1.44
91
4717
227
singara
0.008
0.13
10
515
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.401
1.51
53
4885
230
papaya
0.053
0.91
40
2845
231
mango
0.160
4.79
104
6675
232
kharbooza
0.025
0.33
13
716
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.05
2
230
234
berries
0.006
0.09
8
435
235
leechi
0.003
0.18
5
392
236
apple
0.058
4.74
80
6751
237
grapes
0.038
1.97
73
4772
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.69
63
4609
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
32.16
661
42095
240
coconut: copra
0.016
1.48
114
6111
241
groundnut
0.063
4.31
217
11725
242
dates
0.006
0.51
21
1557
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.63
16
1517
244
walnut
0.000
0.08
2
323
245
other nuts
0.001
0.21
6
554
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.63
33
2381
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.50
14
1287
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.093
8.36
281
16520
250
ginger (gm)
57.142
3.28
694
42789
251
garlic (gm)
74.142
5.51
896
52528
252
jeera (gm)
28.276
5.53
822
45664
253
dhania (gm)
52.754
5.05
747
40622
254
turmeric (gm)
46.637
7.60
949
56264
255
black pepper (gm)
6.825
2.04
272
14873
256
dry chillies (gm)
71.913
8.87
850
49470
257
tamarind (gm)
28.329
2.39
253
14007
258
curry powder (gm)
12.246
2.25
249
15567
260
oilseeds (gm)
18.255
1.43
446
23694
261
other spices (gm)
34.026
6.12
648
38786
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Statement 3R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
430.543
50.08
986
59068
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.290
12.01
373
23933
271
tea: leaf (gm)
79.925
16.31
861
53531
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.044
0.16
6
369
273
coffee: powder (gm)
2.443
0.66
39
2671
274
mineral water (litre)
0.246
0.22
7
627
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.038
0.89
25
1986
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.010
0.51
14
1349
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.69
23
1827
279
beverages: sub-total
-
31.45
940
57254
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.423
13.06
60
4385
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.089
1.81
13
738
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.476
20.41
246
13531
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
14.39
447
26603
284
other served processed food
-
1.28
49
3136
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
50.96
626
36959
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
7.36
173
12269
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
13.77
683
42250
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.066
6.59
349
20643
293
chips (gm)
5.455
0.91
54
4678
294
pickles (gm)
6.019
0.70
64
4348
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.645
0.09
6
592
296
other packaged food
-
1.12
48
3685
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
30.54
803
49463
777
total: food group
-
756.49
1000
59678
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Statement 3U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.882
5.21
233
12442
102
rice – other sources
3.605
86.44
876
37137
103
chira
0.088
2.59
257
9509
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.12
15
507
105
muri
0.058
1.97
165
6934
106
other rice products
0.027
0.65
42
1711
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.406
2.53
190
8815
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.605
57.44
764
29818
110
maida
0.056
1.26
182
7429
111
suji, rawa
0.109
2.82
424
16039
112
sewai, noodles
0.030
2.02
180
7629
113
bread: bakery
0.110
4.53
338
14264
114
other wheat products
0.005
0.17
12
441
115
jowar & its products
0.132
3.44
76
2642
116
bajra & its products
0.081
1.12
55
1619
117
maize & its products
0.014
0.25
21
1119
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
2
66
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.05
5
186
121
ragi & its products
0.061
0.88
54
1801
122
other cereals
0.007
0.29
18
791
129
cereal: sub-total
9.280
173.82
934
40463
139
cereal substitutes
0.031
1.23
109
3864
140
arhar, tur
0.301
19.47
741
27111
141
gram: split
0.085
4.10
466
18125
142
gram: whole
0.045
2.22
259
11452
143
moong
0.117
8.15
600
23524
144
masur
0.093
5.20
380
18134
145
urd
0.098
6.10
447
17262
146
peas
0.023
0.87
119
5270
147
khesari
0.002
0.07
7
374
148
other pulses
0.036
2.11
195
8441
150
gram products
0.011
0.68
96
3439
151
besan
0.075
3.73
451
16816
152
other pulse products
0.016
0.97
117
5083
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.901
53.66
925
39902
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.422
158.43
849
33913
161
baby food
0.006
1.45
25
1060
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.006
1.31
38
4128
163
curd
0.062
2.64
172
6563
164
ghee
0.050
16.32
274
10325
165
butter
0.004
0.92
45
2083
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Summary Statements
Statement 3U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.72
79
2960
167
other milk products
-
1.51
62
2410
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
184.31
890
37435
170
salt
0.241
2.76
923
40107
171
sugar – PDS
0.084
1.27
206
10905
172
sugar – other sources
0.732
23.89
853
35331
173
gur
0.044
1.67
211
8245
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.12
30
1189
175
honey
0.002
0.39
26
1034
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.105
30.11
934
40453
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.021
1.59
50
2515
181
mustard oil
0.242
20.20
341
18105
182
groundnut oil
0.081
7.53
85
2638
183
coconut oil
0.016
1.57
35
2060
184
refined oil
0.400
32.62
517
20161
185
edible oil: others
0.094
6.52
123
4637
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.853
70.03
926
40103
190
eggs (no.)
3.180
11.12
376
16012
191
fish, prawn
0.252
26.73
210
11417
192
goat meat/mutton
0.079
21.78
100
4168
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.064
6.55
50
2486
194
pork
0.006
0.88
5
1356
195
chicken
0.239
28.65
270
10606
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.28
3
956
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
95.99
550
25162
200
potato
1.612
17.41
855
37309
201
onion
0.951
13.66
908
39063
202
tomato
0.806
13.90
848
34833
203
brinjal
0.358
6.96
538
21719
204
radish
0.140
1.73
176
7550
205
carrot
0.153
3.26
254
9868
206
palak/other
0.528
9.74
590
26236
207
green chillies
0.166
5.69
814
33334
208
lady's finger
0.281
7.46
443
16765
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.106
2.65
161
6048
211
cauliflower
0.326
6.50
360
14258
212
cabbage
0.271
4.61
360
14603
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.281
4.44
288
12753
214
peas
0.150
3.40
179
6985
215
beans, barbati
0.139
3.99
255
10695
216
lemon (no.)
2.117
3.72
438
15746
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Summary Statements
Statement 3U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.574
12.56
588
24625
-
121.70
926
40241
banana (no.)
6.694
15.31
532
20667
jackfruit
0.008
0.11
4
277
222
watermelon
0.094
1.34
40
1666
223
pineapple (no.)
0.027
0.50
13
818
224
coconut (no.)
0.614
5.97
251
9783
225
green coconut (no.)
0.141
2.00
54
1735
226
guava
0.091
1.90
97
3527
227
singara
0.011
0.22
11
421
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.021
4.48
124
5255
230
papaya
0.081
1.76
61
2476
231
mango
0.202
8.33
134
5462
232
kharbooza
0.025
0.46
14
528
233
pears/nashpati
0.004
0.20
5
246
234
berries
0.003
0.09
5
169
235
leechi
0.008
0.48
9
400
236
apple
0.191
18.10
227
9091
237
grapes
0.084
4.84
130
4951
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.42
87
3739
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
69.51
818
33080
240
coconut: copra
0.026
2.54
154
4773
241
groundnut
0.087
6.45
292
9725
242
dates
0.015
1.50
52
2068
243
cashewnut
0.008
3.84
77
3037
244
walnut
0.001
0.53
11
404
245
other nuts
0.003
1.17
22
880
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.009
2.46
83
3248
247
other dry fruits
0.006
2.13
41
1790
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.156
20.61
409
14766
250
ginger (gm)
73.318
4.34
768
31646
251
garlic (gm)
81.097
6.52
843
35383
252
jeera (gm)
33.346
6.84
829
32840
253
dhania (gm)
58.579
6.09
739
28901
254
turmeric (gm)
46.349
8.32
895
38313
255
black pepper (gm)
9.328
3.02
322
12323
256
dry chillies (gm)
77.667
10.37
817
34150
257
tamarind (gm)
35.478
3.25
300
11421
258
curry powder (gm)
21.952
4.60
369
13656
260
oilseeds (gm)
20.935
1.86
493
17716
261
other spices (gm)
41.082
8.50
681
27545
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Summary Statements
Statement 3U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
499.131
63.73
925
40105
270
tea: cups (no.)
5.821
26.08
496
20001
271
tea: leaf (gm)
95.320
22.21
838
37011
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.190
1.41
25
660
273
coffee: powder (gm)
5.631
2.33
88
3180
274
mineral water (litre)
0.544
1.11
24
888
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.082
3.13
71
2772
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.053
3.16
56
2308
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
3.16
64
2315
279
beverages: sub-total
-
62.59
964
40641
5138
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.536
57.54
156
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.197
5.97
19
719
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.876
8.77
78
3781
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
36.94
598
22497
284
other served processed food
-
3.97
76
3092
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
113.19
705
27322
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
16.38
242
10429
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
23.73
721
30286
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.106
12.22
438
16784
293
chips (gm)
14.975
2.77
118
4983
294
pickles (gm)
11.498
1.53
116
4692
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
6.606
1.11
46
1612
296
other packaged food
-
2.65
72
3229
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
60.39
863
35791
777
total: food group
-
1120.88
1000
41960
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Summary Statements
Statement 4R-a: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: pan,
tobacco, intoxicants, fuel & light, clothing & footwear
All-India
item code
(1)
Rural
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
item description
(2)
(3)
300
301
302
pan: leaf (no.)
pan: finished (no.)
ingredients for pan (gm)
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
pan: sub-total
bidi (no.)
cigarettes (no.)
leaf tobacco (gm)
snuff (gm)
hookah tobacco (gm)
cheroot (no.)
zarda, kimam, surti (gm)
317
319
320
321
other tobacco products
tobacco: sub-total
ganja (gm)
toddy (litre)
322
323
324
325
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
340
341
342
343
344
345
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
country liquor (litre)
beer (litre)
foreign/refined liquor or wine (litre)
other intoxicants
intoxicants: sub-total
coke (kg)
firewood and chips (kg)
electricity (std. unit)
dung cake
kerosene – P.D.S. (litre)
kerosene – other sources (litre)
matches (box)
coal (kg)
L.P.G. (kg)
charcoal (kg)
candle (no.)
gobar gas
petrol (excl. conveyance) (litre)
diesel (excl. conveyance) (litre)
other fuel
fuel and light: sub-total
dhoti (no.)
sari (no.)
cloth for shirt, pyjama, kurta etc. (m.)
cloth for trousers, suit, etc. (m.)
coat, jacket, sweater etc.
shawl, chaddar (no.)
school/college uniform: boys
3.720
1.001
26.797
0.989
13.300
0.459
4.061
0.125
3.563
0.085
0.095
0.094
0.013
0.018
0.075
19.036
8.923
0.431
0.103
1.547
0.168
0.378
0.009
0.282
0.000
0.002
0.009
0.047
0.134
0.043
0.011
0.007
-
(4)
1.41
2.68
2.72
6.81
9.31
2.93
2.36
0.09
0.28
0.13
1.12
4.44
20.65
0.07
1.57
6.72
1.30
6.86
1.95
18.47
0.25
48.20
25.11
11.65
6.78
2.92
1.52
0.56
11.31
0.06
0.74
0.15
0.03
0.08
4.75
114.11
1.53
13.32
10.14
5.98
3.15
1.41
2.71
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
111
86
194
262
269
48
182
8
13
5
53
154
593
2
27
77
10
36
15
160
6
835
742
408
756
217
973
16
214
3
237
3
1
3
266
998
254
846
697
526
286
249
272
8149
7075
12058
17559
14426
4994
9034
459
1072
223
3170
9009
33645
90
1120
4817
822
2514
986
9925
270
48829
49006
18718
40507
13089
57809
931
20195
599
17957
200
90
123
13203
59641
13585
44793
40678
30584
20573
16031
19388
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-399
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Summary Statements
Statement 4R-a: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: pan,
tobacco, intoxicants, fuel & light, clothing & footwear
All-India
item code
(1)
Rural
item description
(2)
357
358
360
school/college uniform:girls
kurta-pajama suits: males (no.)
kurta-pajama suits: females (no.)
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
kurta, kameez (no.)
pajamas, salwar (no.)
shirts, T-shirts (no.)
shorts, trousers, bermudas (no.)
frocks, skirts, etc (no.)
blouse, dupatta, scarf, etc (no.)
lungi (no.)
other casual wear
370
371
372
373
baniyan, socks, other hosiery (no.)
gamchha, towel, handkerchief (no.)
infant clothing
headwear, belts, ties (no.)
374
375
376
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
knitting wool (gm)
clothing, first-hand: other
clothing, second-hand
clothing: sub-total
bed sheet, bed cover (no.)
rug, blanket (no.)
pillow, quilt, mattress (no.)
cloth for upholstery, etc (m.)
mosquito net (no.)
bedding: others
bedding, etc.: sub-total
leather boots, shoes (pair)
leather sandals, chappals, etc. (pair)
other leather footwear (pair)
rubber/ PVC footwear (pair)
other footwear (pair)
footwear, second-hand
399
footwear: sub-total
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
(3)
0.005
0.009
0.004
0.005
0.039
0.026
0.014
0.038
0.021
0.176
0.051
0.005
0.162
0.012
0.004
0.004
0.001
0.002
0.007
0.015
0.006
0.065
0.018
0.000
0.111
(4)
2.21
1.50
2.70
0.84
1.10
7.32
6.60
2.35
2.28
2.09
1.21
7.45
2.35
0.76
0.37
0.06
1.01
0.40
80.81
2.08
1.25
0.97
0.10
0.31
0.15
4.87
2.41
2.62
1.23
5.70
2.64
0.03
14.61
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
229
121
187
110
106
728
510
270
595
558
193
946
852
95
137
13
135
48
999
394
144
113
15
98
37
539
220
353
164
840
377
8
988
16498
7874
10995
6636
6524
44791
31533
16152
35129
30020
13628
56595
49590
5761
9739
1024
10912
4219
59589
27177
10593
7705
1586
5993
2937
35747
17958
25023
11030
49708
24336
731
59045
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-399
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Summary Statements
Statement 4R-b: Monthly per capita value of consumption and proportion of households reporting
consumption: education, medical care, misc. goods & services and durables
Rural
All-India
item code
(1)
item description
(2)
value per 30
days (Rs)
(3)
400
401
402
403
books, journals, first hand
books, journals, etc., second hand
newspapers, periodicals
library charges
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
stationery, photocopying charge
tuition and other fees (school, college, etc.)
private tutor/ coaching
educational CD
other educational expenses
education: sub-total
medicine
X-ray, ECG, pathological test, etc.
412
413
414
419
420
421
422
423
424
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
449
450
451
452
453
doctor's/surgeon's fee
hospital & nursing home charges
other medical expenses
medical, institutional: sub-total
medicine
X-ray, ECG, pathological test, etc.
doctor’s/ surgeon’s fee
family planning devices
other medical expenses
medical, non-institutional: sub-total
cinema, theatre
mela, fair, picnic
sports goods, toys, etc.
club fees
goods for recreation and hobbies
photography
VCD/ DVD hire (including instrument)
cable TV
other entertainment
entertainment: sub-total
spectacles
torch
lock
umbrella, raincoat
lighter (bidi/ cigarette/ gas stove)
other minor durable-type goods
minor durable-type goods: sub-total
toilet soap
toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, etc.
powder, snow, cream and perfume
hair oil, shampoo, hair cream
7.62
0.33
1.21
0.07
5.98
28.06
6.00
0.01
0.70
49.97
13.46
3.29
4.16
6.32
3.57
30.81
51.24
3.73
7.21
0.19
2.00
64.37
0.71
1.13
1.23
0.02
0.10
0.43
0.10
9.35
1.14
14.21
0.97
1.06
0.43
1.22
0.15
0.82
4.65
9.25
5.02
4.80
6.37
no. of households
reporting consumption
per 1000
households
in sample
(4)
(5)
449
46
82
12
614
415
116
1
73
658
141
94
105
88
66
150
768
54
326
20
59
785
35
36
79
1
5
21
5
326
43
457
14
60
43
43
29
89
235
977
867
647
948
30176
3057
9059
1011
38918
28223
7905
116
5857
42585
9147
6070
6327
5460
4257
9657
44844
3328
18201
1563
3401
45896
2045
1946
4875
118
479
1474
497
24900
2895
32246
1129
3730
2706
3391
2734
5345
15689
58289
53027
40579
55840
# ref. period for cols. 4-5 is 365 days for items 400-419 & 550-659 and 30 days for items 420-549
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Statement 4R-b: Monthly per capita value of consumption and proportion of households reporting
consumption: education, medical care, misc. goods & services and durables
Rural
All-India
item code
(1)
item description
value per 30
days (Rs)
(2)
(3)
no. of households
reporting consumption
per 1000
households
in sample
(4)
(5)
washing soap/ soda/ powder
other washing requisites
incense (agarbatti), room freshener
flower (fresh), all purposes
mosquito repellent, insecticide, acid etc.
other petty articles
other household consumables: sub-total
domestic servant/cook
attendant
sweeper
barber, beautician, etc.
washerman, laundry, ironing
tailor
grinding charges
telephone charges, landline
telephone charges, mobile
postage & telegram
miscellaneous expenses
priest
legal expenses
repair charges for non-durables
pet animals (incl. birds, fish)
internet expenses
other consumer services excl. conveyance
consumer services excl. conveyance: sub-total
1.19
0.64
0.98
1.74
29.99
1.71
0.36
0.10
0.58
0.25
1.44
0.27
13.06
1.56
2.93
0.93
1.69
2.46
27.35
1.13
0.11
0.17
8.29
0.99
7.14
6.37
1.16
24.07
0.11
3.84
1.13
0.55
0.24
0.89
0.27
0.59
57.04
475
173
133
318
997
225
57
9
68
20
103
36
986
373
737
126
257
422
997
7
1
11
855
87
178
662
42
767
13
324
82
4
28
21
10
75
983
31794
11603
10429
19036
59505
15110
3822
772
3574
1306
6900
2272
58815
24905
42156
6875
16380
23677
59475
927
84
864
49786
4890
10627
34325
3426
49389
1267
20039
6185
284
1579
1648
791
4577
58682
air fare
railway fare
bus/tram fare
taxi, auto-rickshaw fare
steamer, boat fare
rickshaw (hand drawn & cycle) fare
0.11
1.28
21.18
8.01
0.09
0.57
0
53
616
391
8
60
20
2521
37137
22849
562
2985
454
455
456
457
shaving blades, shaving stick, razor
shaving cream, aftershave lotion
sanitary napkins
other toilet articles
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
toilet articles: sub-total
electric bulb, tubelight
electric batteries
other non-durable electric goods
earthenware
glassware
bucket & other plastic goods
coir, rope, etc.
467
468
470
471
472
473
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
# ref. period for cols. 4-5 is 365 days for items 400-419 & 550-659 and 30 days for items 420-549
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Statement 4R-b: Monthly per capita value of consumption and proportion of households reporting
consumption: education, medical care, misc. goods & services and durables
Rural
All-India
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
506
507
508
510
horse cart fare
porter charges
petrol for vehicle
diesel for vehicle
511
512
513
519
520
521
522
523
lubricants & other fuels for vehicle
school bus, van, etc.
other conveyance expenses
conveyance: sub-total
house rent, garage rent (actual)
hotel lodging charges
residential land rent
other consumer rent
529
539
540
541
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
569
570
571
572
573
579
580
581
582
583
rent: sub-total
house/garage rent (imputed)
water charges
other consumer taxes & cesses
consumer taxes and cesses: sub-total
bedstead
almirah, dressing table
chair, stool, bench, table
suitcase and other travel goods
foam, rubber cushion
carpet, daree & other floor mattings
paintings, drawings, engravings, etc.
other furniture & fixtures
furniture & fixtures: sub-total
radio, tape recorder, 2-in-1
television
VCR/VCD/DVD player
camera & photographic equipment
CD, DVD, audio/video cassette, etc
musical instruments
other goods for recreation
goods for recreation: sub-total
stainless steel utensils
other metal utensils
casseroles, thermos, thermoware
other crockery & utensils
crockery & utensils: sub-total
electric fan
air conditioner, air cooler
inverter
lantern, lamp, electric lampshade
value per 30
days (Rs)
(3)
0.10
0.18
22.56
1.71
0.59
3.12
0.60
60.09
6.25
0.08
0.04
0.13
6.50
0.00
1.48
2.04
3.53
0.89
0.45
0.60
0.25
0.04
0.07
0.02
0.33
2.64
0.07
1.71
0.19
0.03
0.15
0.01
0.06
2.22
2.02
0.51
0.06
0.42
3.01
0.54
0.24
0.45
0.03
no. of households
reporting consumption
per 1000
households
in sample
(4)
(5)
11
2
170
8
28
30
20
862
36
0
30
2
68
0
205
416
463
56
7
50
33
1
11
4
4
137
28
42
9
1
39
1
3
106
348
89
11
167
462
75
18
7
16
420
275
15789
1131
2906
2579
1506
53289
2028
76
2708
120
4894
0
13332
24749
29070
2807
621
3390
2849
190
1134
302
469
9424
1374
2530
619
135
3665
97
258
7556
19340
5578
1182
11364
27473
4379
1460
618
927
# ref. period for cols. 4-5 is 365 days for items 400-419 & 550-659 and 30 days for items 420-549
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Statement 4R-b: Monthly per capita value of consumption and proportion of households reporting
consumption: education, medical care, misc. goods & services and durables
Rural
All-India
item code
(1)
item description
value per 30
days (Rs)
(2)
584
585
586
587
sewing machine
washing machine
stove, gas burner
pressure cooker/ pressure pan
588
590
591
592
599
600
601
602
refrigerator
water purifier
electric iron & other elec. heating appliances
other cooking/ household appliances
cooking & household appliances: sub-total
bicycle
motorcycle, scooter
motor car, jeep
603
604
609
610
611
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
629
630
631
632
633
639
640
641
642
643
649
659
888
tyres & tubes
other transport equipment
personal transport equipment: sub-total
contact lenses, hearing aids, etc.
other medical equipment
therapeutic appliances: sub-total
clock, watch
other machines for household work
PC/ laptop including software
mobile phone handset
telephone (landline) instrument
any other personal goods
other personal goods: sub-total
bathroom and sanitary equipment
plugs & other electrical fittings
residential building & land (repairing cost)
other durables
repair of res. building, land, etc.: sub-total
gold ornaments
silver ornaments
jewels, pearls
other ornaments
jewellery/ornaments: sub-total
durable: total
total: non-food group
999
total: food + non-food (777+888)
(3)
0.12
0.23
0.22
0.18
0.70
0.09
0.14
0.15
3.10
2.18
8.72
5.86
1.45
0.21
18.42
0.05
0.01
0.06
0.16
0.01
0.62
2.86
0.02
0.02
3.69
0.43
0.29
11.67
0.25
12.64
15.23
2.31
0.32
0.99
18.86
64.64
673.47
1429.96
no. of households
reporting consumption
per 1000
households
in sample
(4)
(5)
35
3
79
85
8
3
12
14
240
518
165
17
237
4
613
4
0
4
158
0
4
128
1
4
258
16
34
347
5
370
34
52
5
153
211
874
1000
1000
2358
348
4702
5671
744
403
1254
1217
15737
26822
14246
2702
13160
471
35526
336
42
374
9003
45
429
8026
81
331
15630
1179
2790
19810
362
21821
2942
3091
368
8930
13091
51853
59683
59683
# ref. period for cols. 4-5 is 365 days for items 400-419 & 550-659 and 30 days for items 420-549
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Summary Statements
Statement 4U-a: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: pan,
tobacco, intoxicants, fuel & light, clothing & footwear
All-India
item code
(1)
Urban
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
item description
(2)
(3)
300
301
302
pan: leaf (no.)
pan: finished (no.)
ingredients for pan (gm)
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
319
320
321
pan: sub-total
bidi (no.)
cigarettes (no.)
leaf tobacco (gm)
snuff (gm)
hookah tobacco (gm)
cheroot (no.)
zarda, kimam, surti (gm)
other tobacco products
tobacco: sub-total
ganja (gm)
toddy (litre)
322
323
324
325
country liquor (litre)
beer (litre)
foreign/refined liquor or wine (litre)
other intoxicants
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
340
341
342
343
344
345
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
intoxicants: sub-total
coke (kg)
firewood and chips (kg)
electricity (std. unit)
dung cake
kerosene – P.D.S. (litre)
kerosene – other sources (litre)
matches (box)
coal (kg)
L.P.G. (kg)
charcoal (kg)
candle (no.)
gobar gas
petrol (excl. conveyance) (litre)
diesel (excl. conveyance) (litre)
other fuel
fuel and light: sub-total
dhoti (no.)
sari (no.)
cloth for shirt, pyjama, kurta etc. (m.)
cloth for trousers, suit, etc. (m.)
coat, jacket, sweater etc.
shawl, chaddar (no.)
school/college uniform: boys
1.919
1.043
11.692
2.280
4.091
0.250
0.543
0.040
2.286
0.043
0.009
0.042
0.024
0.021
0.112
4.285
25.837
0.230
0.166
1.238
0.323
1.926
0.013
0.481
0.002
0.005
0.005
0.049
0.129
0.048
0.012
0.006
-
(4)
0.95
3.31
1.86
6.12
4.28
7.58
0.89
0.06
0.04
0.05
0.88
5.62
19.41
0.01
0.21
4.49
3.03
8.56
0.47
16.77
0.51
13.17
87.20
2.02
3.50
5.70
1.24
1.30
56.74
0.16
1.40
0.01
0.11
0.20
2.61
175.86
0.96
21.25
12.23
8.23
5.06
1.73
4.25
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
61
64
111
172
109
84
54
4
2
1
31
117
349
0
3
38
21
39
5
103
8
229
960
69
300
157
924
22
708
4
399
0
1
1
200
996
121
742
635
495
264
187
279
3257
4487
5266
9326
4961
4523
2862
199
261
55
1494
4967
16186
14
203
1715
872
1835
186
4645
292
12139
40035
3103
14554
7048
38961
978
30324
591
17789
25
69
43
7577
41848
5554
28732
26126
19648
13132
9198
12974
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-399
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Summary Statements
Statement 4U-a: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: pan,
tobacco, intoxicants, fuel & light, clothing & footwear
All-India
item code
(1)
Urban
item description
(2)
357
358
360
school/college uniform:girls
kurta-pajama suits: males (no.)
kurta-pajama suits: females (no.)
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
370
371
372
373
kurta, kameez (no.)
pajamas, salwar (no.)
shirts, T-shirts (no.)
shorts, trousers, bermudas (no.)
frocks, skirts, etc (no.)
blouse, dupatta, scarf, etc (no.)
lungi (no.)
other casual wear
baniyan, socks, other hosiery (no.)
gamchha, towel, handkerchief (no.)
infant clothing
headwear, belts, ties (no.)
374
375
376
379
knitting wool (gm)
clothing, first-hand: other
clothing, second-hand
clothing: sub-total
380
381
382
383
384
385
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
bed sheet, bed cover (no.)
rug, blanket (no.)
pillow, quilt, mattress (no.)
cloth for upholstery, etc (m.)
mosquito net (no.)
bedding: others
bedding, etc.: sub-total
leather boots, shoes (pair)
leather sandals, chappals, etc. (pair)
other leather footwear (pair)
rubber/ PVC footwear (pair)
other footwear (pair)
footwear, second-hand
399
footwear: sub-total
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
(3)
(4)
0.007
0.015
0.006
0.008
0.058
0.045
0.013
0.037
0.018
0.225
0.074
0.008
0.096
0.018
0.003
0.006
0.005
0.001
0.014
0.022
0.008
0.058
0.023
0.000
0.126
3.36
3.16
6.67
1.65
2.69
15.68
16.79
3.19
2.79
1.98
3.01
10.90
3.55
1.02
0.85
0.04
1.48
0.44
132.94
4.31
1.67
1.22
0.40
0.24
0.31
8.15
7.79
5.48
1.99
6.36
4.70
0.03
26.34
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
232
152
253
111
146
802
657
214
481
448
315
965
848
73
206
7
127
33
999
484
123
128
36
52
41
567
406
460
188
776
416
6
991
10803
6175
9143
5047
5839
33072
25482
9543
20976
18344
13046
39970
34348
3060
8254
446
6949
2324
41848
20729
6144
5534
1622
2844
2095
24760
16881
20052
8234
32560
17530
433
41445
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-399
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Summary Statements
Statement 4U-b: Monthly per capita value of consumption and incidence of consumption: education,
medical care, misc. goods & services and durables
All-India
item code
(1)
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
419
420
421
422
423
424
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
449
450
451
452
453
item description
(2)
value per 30
days (Rs)
(3)
books, journals, first hand
books, journals, etc., second hand
newspapers, periodicals
library charges
stationery, photocopying charge
tuition and other fees (school, college, etc.)
private tutor/ coaching
educational CD
other educational expenses
education: sub-total
medicine
X-ray, ECG, pathological test, etc.
doctor's/surgeon's fee
hospital & nursing home charges
other medical expenses
medical, institutional: sub-total
medicine
X-ray, ECG, pathological test, etc.
doctor’s/ surgeon’s fee
family planning devices
other medical expenses
medical, non-institutional: sub-total
cinema, theatre
mela, fair, picnic
sports goods, toys, etc.
club fees
goods for recreation and hobbies
photography
VCD/ DVD hire (including instrument)
cable TV
other entertainment
entertainment: sub-total
spectacles
torch
lock
umbrella, raincoat
lighter (bidi/ cigarette/ gas stove)
other minor durable-type goods
minor durable-type goods: sub-total
toilet soap
toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, etc.
powder, snow, cream and perfume
hair oil, shampoo, hair cream
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption
per 1000
in sample
households
(4)
(5)
17.13
0.64
6.85
0.22
10.08
121.62
548
46
319
28
636
535
23568
1940
13990
1194
26959
22708
23.17
0.03
1.74
181.50
17.53
5.64
7.58
13.67
7.01
51.44
70.83
6.70
13.41
0.39
2.94
94.27
5.57
1.66
2.51
0.53
0.40
0.64
0.26
27.64
3.02
168
6
84
756
131
96
108
104
62
144
733
58
384
30
48
749
100
21
63
4
7
19
10
694
46
7371
263
3884
32184
6034
4086
4569
4094
2769
6473
30453
2486
14140
1260
2146
31203
3230
923
2921
185
312
872
465
28653
1860
42.24
3.44
0.56
0.52
763
25
24
29
31528
1152
1233
1387
1.89
0.45
1.04
7.91
14.09
8.23
11.09
10.36
40
38
64
187
988
947
741
954
2042
2223
3275
9350
41076
39438
30693
39538
# ref. period for cols. 4-5 is 365 days for items 400-419 & 550-659 and 30 days for items 420-549
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Summary Statements
Statement 4U-b: Monthly per capita value of consumption and incidence of consumption: education,
medical care, misc. goods & services and durables
All-India
item code
(1)
454
455
456
457
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
470
471
472
473
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
item description
value per 30
days (Rs)
(2)
shaving blades, shaving stick, razor
shaving cream, aftershave lotion
sanitary napkins
other toilet articles
toilet articles: sub-total
electric bulb, tubelight
electric batteries
other non-durable electric goods
earthenware
glassware
bucket & other plastic goods
coir, rope, etc.
washing soap/ soda/ powder
other washing requisites
incense (agarbatti), room freshener
flower (fresh), all purposes
mosquito repellent, insecticide, acid etc.
other petty articles
other household consumables: sub-total
domestic servant/cook
attendant
sweeper
barber, beautician, etc.
washerman, laundry, ironing
tailor
grinding charges
telephone charges, landline
telephone charges, mobile
postage & telegram
miscellaneous expenses
priest
legal expenses
repair charges for non-durables
pet animals (incl. birds, fish)
internet expenses
other consumer services excl. conveyance
consumer services excl. conveyance: sub-total
air fare
railway fare
bus/tram fare
taxi, auto-rickshaw fare
steamer, boat fare
rickshaw (hand drawn & cycle) fare
(3)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption
per 1000
in sample
households
(4)
(5)
2.79
2.10
3.77
2.98
55.39
3.36
600
341
354
378
998
208
25016
12405
13451
14926
41836
9442
0.34
0.20
0.49
0.55
2.16
0.11
19.49
3.12
4.82
3.67
5.01
3.40
46.71
21.41
0.69
2.75
15.77
5.96
7.68
5.70
8.70
59.03
0.23
6.62
1.88
50
10
44
18
104
13
984
489
742
294
472
415
995
92
4
78
847
209
139
484
104
916
19
353
86
2221
549
1725
827
4520
718
41164
20401
29817
9147
18148
16243
41723
3352
144
2629
34504
7086
6231
18696
4256
38220
1009
14502
3729
0.20
0.24
1.41
5.38
3
18
17
72
133
861
810
2471
3.56
147.21
6.29
9.01
161
988
1
119
5358
41498
56
3621
32.76
15.88
0.05
1.85
528
413
3
87
21344
17107
197
3550
# ref. period for cols. 4-5 is 365 days for items 400-419 & 550-659 and 30 days for items 420-549
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Summary Statements
Statement 4U-b: Monthly per capita value of consumption and incidence of consumption: education,
medical care, misc. goods & services and durables
All-India
item code
(1)
506
507
508
510
511
512
513
519
520
521
522
523
529
539
540
541
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
569
570
571
572
573
579
580
581
582
583
item description
(2)
value per 30
days (Rs)
(3)
horse cart fare
porter charges
petrol for vehicle
diesel for vehicle
lubricants & other fuels for vehicle
school bus, van, etc.
other conveyance expenses
conveyance: sub-total
house rent, garage rent (actual)
hotel lodging charges
residential land rent
other consumer rent
rent: sub-total
house/garage rent (imputed)
water charges
other consumer taxes & cesses
consumer taxes and cesses: sub-total
bedstead
almirah, dressing table
chair, stool, bench, table
suitcase and other travel goods
foam, rubber cushion
carpet, daree & other floor mattings
paintings, drawings, engravings, etc.
other furniture & fixtures
furniture & fixtures: sub-total
radio, tape recorder, 2-in-1
television
VCR/VCD/DVD player
camera & photographic equipment
CD, DVD, audio/video cassette, etc
musical instruments
other goods for recreation
goods for recreation: sub-total
stainless steel utensils
other metal utensils
casseroles, thermos, thermoware
other crockery & utensils
crockery & utensils: sub-total
electric fan
air conditioner, air cooler
inverter
lantern, lamp, electric lampshade
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption
per 1000
in sample
households
(4)
(5)
0.01
0.63
84.68
6.24
2.49
10.65
1
5
374
18
70
66
75
278
15642
766
3000
2835
0.91
171.46
159.42
1.36
0.73
2.65
164.17
475.06
9.48
12.06
21.54
1.16
1.10
0.84
0.38
0.06
0.16
0.06
1.56
5.31
0.03
4.46
0.43
0.45
0.37
19
902
343
3
12
15
368
638
460
503
644
23
10
32
30
2
16
3
8
100
7
59
11
4
77
1020
37473
11829
123
1048
454
13290
29100
19127
20497
27539
1098
519
1712
1747
124
822
190
402
5140
386
2204
468
186
3445
0.08
0.09
5.91
2.35
2
2
143
273
78
125
6116
11479
0.44
0.18
0.81
3.78
0.72
1.92
1.11
0.02
56
21
180
377
90
77
26
6
2656
1076
7625
16418
3464
2825
1100
355
# ref. period for cols. 4-5 is 365 days for items 400-419 & 550-659 and 30 days for items 420-549
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Summary Statements
Statement 4U-b: Monthly per capita value of consumption and incidence of consumption: education,
medical care, misc. goods & services and durables
All-India
item code
(1)
584
585
586
587
588
590
591
592
599
600
601
602
603
604
609
610
611
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
629
630
631
632
633
639
640
641
642
643
649
659
888
999
item description
value per 30
days (Rs)
(2)
sewing machine
washing machine
stove, gas burner
pressure cooker/ pressure pan
refrigerator
water purifier
electric iron & other elec. heating appliances
other cooking/ household appliances
cooking & household appliances: sub-total
bicycle
motorcycle, scooter
motor car, jeep
tyres & tubes
other transport equipment
personal transport equipment: sub-total
contact lenses, hearing aids, etc.
other medical equipment
therapeutic appliances: sub-total
clock, watch
other machines for household work
PC/ laptop including software
mobile phone handset
telephone (landline) instrument
any other personal goods
other personal goods: sub-total
bathroom and sanitary equipment
plugs & other electrical fittings
residential building & land (repairing cost)
other durables
repair of res. building, land, etc.: sub-total
gold ornaments
silver ornaments
jewels, pearls
other ornaments
jewellery/ornaments: sub-total
durable: total
total: non-food group
total: food + non-food (777+888)
(3)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption
per 1000
in sample
households
(4)
(5)
0.24
1.36
0.52
0.36
2.72
0.92
44
18
165
155
31
36
1829
727
5503
5801
1267
1255
0.59
0.33
10.83
1.80
17.67
29.87
1.72
0.06
51.11
0.12
0.03
0.14
0.28
0.03
5.33
6.07
0.02
0.05
11.78
1.11
0.59
15.82
0.37
17.90
27.70
27
17
386
327
342
69
153
3
586
7
1
8
218
1
31
121
1
4
322
23
44
182
5
222
49
1140
824
14957
13801
13638
2934
6853
209
24056
328
39
365
7586
44
1100
5161
55
274
12189
1162
2112
8265
241
10163
2336
2.22
0.76
1.92
32.61
37
4
117
180
1596
195
4976
7842
139.36
1508.77
849
1000
35023
41968
2629.65
1000
41968
# ref. period for cols. 4-5 is 365 days for items 400-419 & 550-659 and 30 days for items 420-549
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Summary Statements
Statement 5: Number per 1000 households possessing specific durable goods in fractile classes of MPCE
per 1000 no. of possessor households
fractile class of MPCE
code
item
(1)
(2)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
all
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
all-India
no. of
sample
hhs
reporting
possession
(16)
550
bedstead
848
903
902
904
910
908
911
907
917
928
933
914
910
Rural
55356
551
almirah, dressing table
147
215
249
315
383
421
499
551
596
666
727
749
485
36993
552
chair, bench, table
426
553
596
642
718
738
775
797
829
849
884
897
749
49201
560
radio, tape rec., 2-in-1
561
television
562
VCR/ DVD player
563
camera & photo. equip.
564
CD, DVD, etc.
580
electric fan
581
air cond., air cooler
584
89
152
158
185
225
201
194
185
190
182
184
227
187
14937
118
165
241
294
374
434
503
570
640
693
772
789
496
37171
11
22
23
35
48
68
76
86
133
156
230
313
103
10563
2
0
0
5
5
5
6
11
14
25
44
94
17
2931
10
16
20
29
40
62
68
77
118
143
203
287
92
9522
240
352
383
453
526
599
636
722
759
822
865
902
635
40909
8
4
12
17
14
30
50
41
64
94
160
209
59
5153
sewing machine
18
40
52
68
80
97
113
131
166
193
262
275
130
11263
585
washing machine
0
0
2
1
1
4
7
11
16
43
91
191
29
3944
588
refrigerator
0
3
5
5
13
23
39
60
97
177
290
426
94
11332
590
water purifier
3
3
4
4
10
11
14
17
19
36
63
109
24
4673
600
bicycle
568
600
638
669
649
625
598
575
520
502
471
427
571
31219
601
motorcycle, scooter
3
37
37
50
81
114
133
190
239
322
421
473
184
16192
3592
602
motor car, jeep
1
2
4
2
5
6
10
8
14
29
46
120
20
622
PC/ laptop incl. soft.
3
3
2
2
4
6
3
3
6
17
34
108
15
1918
623
mobile phone handset
384
524
640
690
765
777
796
848
843
869
901
929
776
49788
all-India
Urban
550
bedstead
866
866
889
911
907
912
922
907
885
897
924
936
905
38752
551
almirah, dressing table
357
471
596
674
719
751
791
783
790
792
831
814
734
31720
552
chair, bench, table
655
724
785
855
859
852
895
900
880
876
921
926
863
37034
560
radio, tape rec., 2-in-1
561
television
562
VCR/ DVD player
563
camera & photo. equip.
564
CD, DVD, etc.
580
electric fan
581
air cond., air cooler
584
sewing machine
585
washing machine
588
refrigerator
590
water purifier
600
bicycle
601
motorcycle, scooter
602
motor car, jeep
622
PC/ laptop incl. soft.
623
mobile phone handset
97
126
134
140
137
152
138
187
189
211
234
254
174
9895
510
589
714
803
817
830
870
856
840
831
851
786
804
34263
37
63
118
150
184
246
290
353
384
436
489
535
305
13073
5
6
12
20
35
65
73
111
160
205
308
476
136
5828
33
54
101
129
165
207
261
319
353
402
471
540
281
12155
702
787
868
916
913
939
947
940
953
973
967
963
927
37134
62
71
95
133
167
180
213
234
259
294
410
492
235
9203
107
138
183
210
215
246
238
259
241
229
267
204
223
10396
4
5
31
48
74
116
141
221
272
352
485
532
213
9485
24
67
127
220
270
394
439
519
583
637
709
666
438
18789
5
8
29
36
66
87
101
139
193
285
368
465
166
8304
577
516
538
491
452
439
400
367
347
301
258
177
386
17367
41
70
130
233
283
351
402
466
508
524
544
469
378
15673
2
3
5
11
19
29
35
38
64
119
221
347
80
3653
7
2
7
14
35
47
69
99
151
242
371
590
149
5632
679
741
837
892
901
917
947
962
966
968
983
972
922
38471
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Detailed Tables
NOTES ON TABLES
“0” estimates of per 1000 number of reporting households: If, in a sector of a State/UT, there
are no sample households reporting consumption of a particular item, the proportion of
households reporting the item is estimated as 0 for that State/UT. Estimated numbers per 1000
are also shown as 0 when they are greater than 0 but less than 0.5, and so become 0 when
rounded to the nearest integer.
“0.00” (or 0.000) entry in per capita value (or quantity) of consumption column: Estimated
per capita value of consumption is shown as (Rs.) “0.00” when the estimate is less than
Rs.0.005, and so becomes 0.00 when rounded to 2 decimal places. Similarly, estimated
quantity of consumption is shown as 0.000 when it is less than 0.0005.
A “-” against an item in the column for estimated quantity of consumption indicates that
quantity of consumption was not required to be recorded in the schedule of enquiry for the
item concerned.
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
3.519
4.88
866
3261
102
rice – other sources
7.310
144.22
953
3814
103
chira
0.008
0.23
22
141
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
3
105
muri
0.011
0.38
39
219
106
other rice products
0.065
1.47
132
591
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.038
0.74
105
375
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.234
5.91
508
2279
110
maida
0.018
0.45
73
347
111
suji, rawa
0.142
3.56
430
1929
112
sewai, noodles
0.014
0.52
63
320
113
bread: bakery
0.010
0.51
55
289
114
other wheat products
0.003
0.07
10
42
115
jowar & its products
0.266
6.99
148
641
116
bajra & its products
0.004
0.07
4
20
117
maize & its products
0.002
0.05
5
19
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
4
10
120
small millets & its products
0.003
0.04
2
11
121
ragi & its products
0.121
1.81
164
732
122
other cereals
0.002
0.06
7
30
129
cereal: sub-total
11.771
171.98
973
3894
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.02
5
21
140
arhar, tur
0.463
28.94
960
3853
141
gram: split
0.058
2.99
411
1707
142
gram: whole
0.011
0.59
63
270
143
moong
0.104
7.00
454
1811
144
masur
0.016
0.89
79
307
145
urd
0.146
9.60
488
2120
146
peas
0.002
0.08
16
80
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
5
148
other pulses
0.006
0.23
22
116
150
gram products
0.009
0.49
82
377
151
besan
0.037
1.91
245
1026
152
other pulse products
0.005
0.24
22
119
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.857
52.96
969
3888
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.561
95.20
887
3595
161
baby food
0.002
0.54
11
78
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.16
6
34
163
curd
0.065
2.33
93
315
164
ghee
0.001
0.36
17
111
165
butter
0.000
0.01
0
3
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.24
22
109
167
other milk products
-
0.06
5
20
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
98.91
904
3655
170
salt
0.305
3.04
964
3867
171
sugar – PDS
0.120
1.81
818
3073
172
sugar – other sources
0.389
12.88
839
3485
173
gur
0.052
1.97
218
911
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.11
28
119
175
honey
0.001
0.13
6
52
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.869
19.94
973
3895
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.005
0.33
7
32
181
mustard oil
0.000
0.02
0
4
182
groundnut oil
0.184
15.98
223
913
183
coconut oil
0.002
0.16
4
21
184
refined oil
0.340
24.34
413
1746
185
edible oil: others
0.273
16.37
351
1283
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.804
57.21
971
3886
190
eggs (no.)
4.705
14.91
667
2614
191
fish, prawn
0.153
12.29
174
646
192
goat meat/mutton
0.121
35.39
126
602
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.046
4.66
40
150
194
pork
0.002
0.25
2
7
195
chicken
0.491
57.42
574
2254
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.001
0.12
1
12
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
125.05
858
3387
200
potato
0.506
7.82
629
2556
201
onion
1.080
14.39
963
3854
202
tomato
1.120
16.66
934
3771
203
brinjal
0.449
7.89
658
2584
204
radish
0.017
0.32
31
130
205
carrot
0.081
1.99
139
634
206
palak/other
0.506
9.66
765
3049
207
green chillies
0.262
6.08
899
3605
208
lady's finger
0.415
8.80
626
2452
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.178
3.21
291
1053
211
cauliflower
0.066
1.14
85
367
212
cabbage
0.153
2.63
220
872
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.223
3.62
251
1065
214
peas
0.008
0.24
13
66
215
beans, barbati
0.173
4.04
274
1073
216
lemon (no.)
1.796
2.37
327
1357
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.576
11.31
642
2584
-
102.22
972
3887
banana (no.)
7.125
14.49
557
2265
jackfruit
0.006
0.07
4
20
222
watermelon
0.052
0.71
31
138
223
pineapple (no.)
0.008
0.09
6
43
224
coconut (no.)
0.604
5.55
309
1323
225
green coconut (no.)
0.306
2.94
108
430
226
guava
0.093
1.42
108
405
227
singara
0.004
0.03
2
9
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.581
2.03
77
341
230
papaya
0.015
0.24
11
54
231
mango
0.227
7.20
120
550
232
kharbooza
0.014
0.19
4
19
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
1
235
leechi
0.000
0.01
0
2
236
apple
0.046
4.08
66
333
237
grapes
0.070
3.69
134
635
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.11
65
254
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
44.87
793
3208
240
coconut: copra
0.052
4.39
390
1647
241
groundnut
0.115
7.72
505
2224
242
dates
0.003
0.20
9
56
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.47
10
74
244
walnut
0.000
0.04
4
29
245
other nuts
0.000
0.04
4
30
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.28
15
80
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.16
11
52
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.174
13.32
589
2538
250
ginger (gm)
79.392
4.73
878
3537
251
garlic (gm)
85.947
6.90
945
3779
252
jeera (gm)
31.548
5.83
850
3443
253
dhania (gm)
60.926
5.79
857
3458
254
turmeric (gm)
42.447
6.82
945
3778
255
black pepper (gm)
2.318
0.55
84
394
256
dry chillies (gm)
129.631
14.00
945
3786
257
tamarind (gm)
185.868
14.56
942
3767
258
curry powder (gm)
21.602
3.21
328
1413
260
oilseeds (gm)
31.509
3.13
739
2933
261
other spices (gm)
36.594
5.56
719
2930
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
707.782
71.09
971
3887
270
tea: cups (no.)
5.003
15.18
383
1656
271
tea: leaf (gm)
66.379
17.24
769
3113
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.053
0.19
8
27
273
coffee: powder (gm)
6.450
1.77
85
415
274
mineral water (litre)
3.287
2.16
53
269
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.258
1.93
54
222
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.010
0.50
12
69
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.44
32
138
279
beverages: sub-total
-
40.41
942
3753
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.470
12.96
49
229
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.075
1.91
8
46
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.637
26.60
184
634
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
30.75
507
1999
284
other served processed food
-
3.13
31
109
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
75.35
629
2445
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
6.54
127
586
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
13.16
399
1654
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.048
4.97
173
747
293
chips (gm)
2.776
0.39
19
99
294
pickles (gm)
12.439
1.55
93
379
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
296
other packaged food
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
28.25
590
2455
777
total: food group
-
901.58
1000
3925
* unless otherwise specified
0.199
0.04
2
10
-
1.59
50
221
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
3.935
44.14
521
495
102
rice – other sources
7.343
141.01
735
845
103
chira
0.027
0.79
55
55
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.03
2
3
105
muri
0.010
0.40
47
50
106
other rice products
0.013
0.29
10
19
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.043
0.73
39
60
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.289
6.42
237
216
110
maida
0.071
1.71
85
78
111
suji, rawa
0.012
0.48
45
42
112
sewai, noodles
0.026
0.96
55
78
113
bread: bakery
0.041
0.62
65
63
114
other wheat products
0.005
0.08
5
10
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.01
1
2
116
bajra & its products
0.004
0.07
3
6
117
maize & its products
0.359
5.83
209
241
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.314
5.75
121
119
121
ragi & its products
0.002
0.02
0
1
122
other cereals
0.099
1.78
65
104
129
cereal: sub-total
12.594
211.11
984
1064
139
cereal substitutes
0.127
1.55
113
117
140
arhar, tur
0.038
2.67
132
94
141
gram: split
0.018
0.96
58
38
142
gram: whole
0.026
1.18
66
70
143
moong
0.049
3.47
119
161
144
masur
0.185
13.10
492
589
145
urd
0.006
0.37
21
31
146
peas
0.039
1.27
93
108
147
khesari
0.001
0.06
5
4
148
other pulses
0.082
3.55
157
157
150
gram products
0.005
0.11
6
16
151
besan
0.007
0.40
76
40
152
other pulse products
0.046
1.32
59
81
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.504
28.46
790
850
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.017
21.94
235
204
161
baby food
0.003
0.62
16
19
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.050
11.56
273
365
163
curd
0.000
0.01
0
2
164
ghee
0.017
3.70
94
96
165
butter
0.007
1.11
35
41
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.08
5
6
167
other milk products
-
2.08
53
59
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
41.10
529
587
170
salt
0.304
3.40
967
1046
171
sugar – PDS
0.161
3.10
307
260
172
sugar – other sources
0.265
10.96
632
765
173
gur
0.009
0.41
42
43
0
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
175
honey
0.001
0.09
3
5
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.740
17.96
979
1060
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.007
0.61
19
20
181
mustard oil
0.298
28.27
631
670
182
groundnut oil
0.002
0.15
5
12
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.05
2
3
184
refined oil
0.069
6.59
96
116
185
edible oil: others
0.033
2.76
34
46
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.409
38.43
725
782
190
eggs (no.)
3.865
17.85
378
415
191
fish, prawn
0.580
77.44
525
527
192
goat meat/mutton
0.039
8.33
36
52
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.270
29.67
195
209
194
pork
0.166
25.90
163
198
195
chicken
0.255
45.30
252
311
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.090
13.66
94
92
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
218.16
921
1000
200
potato
1.303
19.10
710
809
201
onion
0.351
8.80
584
648
202
tomato
0.342
10.23
444
463
203
brinjal
0.428
7.98
365
379
204
radish
0.222
3.70
132
114
205
carrot
0.026
0.62
32
37
206
palak/other
2.269
36.22
777
859
207
green chillies
0.278
16.37
793
835
208
lady's finger
0.103
2.15
77
80
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.021
0.52
28
41
211
cauliflower
0.087
2.70
77
85
212
cabbage
0.254
5.51
191
228
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.390
5.19
208
249
214
peas
0.087
2.30
103
66
215
beans, barbati
0.124
3.01
124
115
216
lemon (no.)
0.194
0.45
43
55
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
1.251
21.95
518
566
-
146.80
981
1060
banana (no.)
4.844
6.98
206
266
jackfruit
0.001
0.01
0
1
222
watermelon
0.017
0.44
11
13
223
pineapple (no.)
0.171
2.32
80
107
224
coconut (no.)
0.025
0.57
14
19
225
green coconut (no.)
0.003
0.03
1
5
226
guava
0.008
0.15
13
16
227
singara
0.003
0.05
1
4
228
orange, mausami (no.)
3.510
6.42
207
179
230
papaya
0.131
1.65
57
79
231
mango
0.023
1.26
17
29
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.034
0.48
13
15
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.008
0.21
8
13
236
apple
0.138
14.89
119
136
237
grapes
0.015
2.07
14
18
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.96
85
101
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
41.48
543
581
240
coconut: copra
0.008
0.17
5
8
241
groundnut
0.011
0.88
31
24
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.003
0.71
12
19
244
walnut
0.015
3.02
7
7
245
other nuts
0.001
0.21
6
6
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.66
19
23
247
other dry fruits
0.030
2.35
30
43
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.071
8.01
84
100
250
ginger (gm)
108.436
6.10
563
576
251
garlic (gm)
58.636
6.01
439
447
252
jeera (gm)
13.152
2.91
212
176
253
dhania (gm)
11.516
1.60
190
163
254
turmeric (gm)
29.032
5.37
458
458
255
black pepper (gm)
3.834
0.93
72
72
256
dry chillies (gm)
42.529
5.87
282
316
257
tamarind (gm)
0.643
0.13
7
8
258
curry powder (gm)
10.598
2.51
138
156
260
oilseeds (gm)
1.253
0.25
18
23
261
other spices (gm)
41.267
7.13
324
390
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
320.895
38.81
833
869
4.714
22.89
256
290
130.139
26.14
877
933
0.052
0.43
9
12
coffee: powder (gm)
2.464
0.76
12
12
274
mineral water (litre)
0.025
0.35
13
22
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.030
1.94
28
39
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.030
1.75
25
31
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.99
32
46
279
beverages: sub-total
-
57.24
943
999
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.246
16.09
39
39
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.084
3.26
15
18
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.171
2.27
14
24
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
11.27
165
183
284
other served processed food
-
4.25
43
45
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
37.13
230
265
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
6.95
140
150
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
22.13
618
631
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
293
chips (gm)
294
0.044
3.56
59
68
12.356
2.58
94
109
pickles (gm)
5.743
1.04
32
44
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
2.814
0.56
12
18
296
other packaged food
-
4.44
60
74
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
41.25
684
712
777
total: food group
-
927.48
1000
1066
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Assam
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.912
20.83
527
1213
102
rice – other sources
8.956
157.02
937
2496
103
chira
0.159
4.13
419
1136
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.03
3
14
105
muri
0.092
3.33
428
1122
106
other rice products
0.004
0.11
13
50
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.043
0.46
68
163
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.438
5.42
559
1542
110
maida
0.021
0.48
108
336
111
suji, rawa
0.028
0.70
155
495
112
sewai, noodles
0.010
0.61
67
275
113
bread: bakery
0.030
1.29
171
526
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
1
4
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.01
3
7
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.003
0.06
1
2
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.003
0.12
15
39
129
cereal: sub-total
12.701
194.61
991
2603
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.018
1.18
119
394
141
gram: split
0.035
1.60
179
527
142
gram: whole
0.029
1.31
177
520
143
moong
0.062
4.36
325
983
144
masur
0.360
20.24
968
2547
145
urd
0.086
3.88
357
944
146
peas
0.020
0.70
137
397
147
khesari
0.014
0.56
70
168
121
148
other pulses
0.004
0.21
38
150
gram products
0.000
0.02
2
8
151
besan
0.006
0.30
79
256
152
other pulse products
0.011
0.58
115
302
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.647
34.94
991
2602
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.388
37.45
592
1664
161
baby food
0.007
1.17
37
106
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.011
2.58
165
450
208
163
curd
0.047
2.17
63
164
ghee
0.002
0.33
25
97
165
butter
0.000
0.08
12
66
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Assam
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.11
14
56
167
other milk products
-
0.14
7
32
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
44.03
754
2065
170
salt
0.276
2.94
988
2594
171
sugar – PDS
0.312
5.55
707
1811
172
sugar – other sources
0.154
5.35
490
1445
173
gur
0.035
1.59
243
650
14
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.03
8
175
honey
0.000
0.07
11
49
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.778
15.53
990
2601
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.004
0.34
8
34
181
mustard oil
0.484
40.80
967
2530
12
182
groundnut oil
0.002
0.22
4
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.01
0
5
184
refined oil
0.031
2.89
90
351
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.01
0
3
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.522
44.27
989
2600
190
eggs (no.)
4.097
17.23
615
1615
191
fish, prawn
0.665
75.28
804
2118
192
goat meat/mutton
0.017
3.89
32
108
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.115
14.20
137
360
194
pork
0.094
13.77
135
394
195
chicken
0.208
31.27
284
838
0.007
1.00
24
59
-
156.63
965
2522
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.763
19.97
988
2597
201
onion
0.468
8.73
970
2556
202
tomato
0.265
4.34
406
1128
203
brinjal
0.628
9.15
708
1843
204
radish
0.119
1.16
134
367
205
carrot
0.043
0.59
70
222
206
palak/other
1.052
11.84
775
2031
207
green chillies
0.153
7.46
922
2427
208
lady's finger
0.103
1.94
174
495
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.110
2.49
189
535
211
cauliflower
0.277
3.38
243
655
212
cabbage
0.436
4.45
339
897
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.790
9.01
545
1398
214
peas
0.016
0.28
34
96
215
beans, barbati
0.088
1.69
168
486
216
lemon (no.)
1.259
2.42
292
856
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Assam
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.910
10.92
659
1756
-
99.85
989
2601
banana (no.)
4.333
7.12
350
958
jackfruit
0.170
1.24
59
139
watermelon
0.009
0.16
9
23
223
pineapple (no.)
0.066
0.88
35
105
224
coconut (no.)
0.119
2.18
74
215
225
green coconut (no.)
0.031
0.49
19
58
226
guava
0.040
0.70
45
124
227
singara
0.003
0.01
1
2
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.624
2.28
91
288
230
papaya
0.199
2.72
154
425
236
231
mango
0.094
3.80
75
232
kharbooza
0.001
0.04
1
2
233
pears/nashpati
0.003
0.11
5
22
234
berries
0.001
0.01
1
7
235
leechi
0.005
0.20
11
36
236
apple
0.020
1.95
30
135
237
grapes
0.004
0.42
17
49
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.78
44
118
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
25.10
638
1732
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.01
1
1
241
groundnut
0.002
0.22
18
63
242
dates
0.006
0.44
20
80
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.38
11
51
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
1
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.32
23
76
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.11
4
14
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.011
1.48
64
232
250
ginger (gm)
76.545
5.14
927
2449
251
garlic (gm)
61.748
5.64
862
2290
252
jeera (gm)
21.631
4.32
680
1818
253
dhania (gm)
11.224
1.48
295
785
254
turmeric (gm)
56.702
9.81
959
2516
255
black pepper (gm)
1.800
0.50
95
252
256
dry chillies (gm)
19.882
2.68
487
1319
257
tamarind (gm)
1.547
0.18
21
65
258
curry powder (gm)
5.751
1.10
177
491
260
oilseeds (gm)
4.966
0.47
122
347
261
other spices (gm)
20.588
3.44
548
1391
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Assam
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
282.383
34.79
991
2603
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.052
9.57
457
1297
271
tea: leaf (gm)
93.046
14.22
976
2566
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.001
0.01
1
2
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
1
274
mineral water (litre)
0.011
0.16
11
42
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.003
0.14
3
21
25
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.002
0.18
4
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.30
13
48
279
beverages: sub-total
-
24.59
992
2597
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.102
2.90
30
103
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.078
1.27
11
33
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.043
19.85
243
555
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
13.78
453
1194
284
other served processed food
-
0.70
27
67
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
38.49
606
1554
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
5.47
216
687
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
20.74
922
2433
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.039
4.24
300
863
293
chips (gm)
4.484
1.08
84
272
294
pickles (gm)
5.098
0.70
74
216
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.481
0.26
16
61
296
other packaged food
-
0.72
47
97
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
33.20
952
2506
777
total: food group
-
747.51
1000
2607
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Bihar
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.321
8.77
450
1142
102
rice – other sources
4.723
87.50
926
3112
103
chira
0.182
3.87
537
1777
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.04
9
43
105
muri
0.042
1.40
199
687
106
other rice products
0.003
0.07
10
38
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.983
5.35
446
1125
108
wheat/atta – other sources
4.601
56.12
935
3147
110
maida
0.047
0.84
182
799
111
suji, rawa
0.044
0.90
303
1245
112
sewai, noodles
0.020
0.97
204
828
113
bread: bakery
0.007
0.29
59
250
31
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.03
7
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
1
3
116
bajra & its products
0.003
0.06
6
17
117
maize & its products
0.124
1.78
208
572
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.02
5
15
120
small millets & its products
0.010
0.19
3
6
121
ragi & its products
0.005
0.07
0
1
122
other cereals
0.016
0.31
50
132
129
cereal: sub-total
12.133
168.61
999
3307
139
cereal substitutes
0.026
0.41
3
16
140
arhar, tur
0.078
5.09
277
1185
141
gram: split
0.127
5.87
472
1714
142
gram: whole
0.057
2.18
244
991
143
moong
0.077
4.46
303
1027
144
masur
0.290
12.95
847
2750
145
urd
0.006
0.31
34
113
146
peas
0.015
0.52
52
187
147
khesari
0.022
0.62
74
220
148
other pulses
0.024
0.88
100
269
150
gram products
0.009
0.58
56
210
151
besan
0.032
1.69
314
1122
152
other pulse products
0.007
0.30
47
132
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.744
35.46
999
3303
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.922
88.51
886
3002
161
baby food
0.002
0.44
12
54
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.19
11
32
163
curd
0.045
1.67
89
282
164
ghee
0.005
1.45
57
270
165
butter
0.000
0.07
6
11
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Bihar
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.22
45
152
167
other milk products
-
0.23
18
38
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
92.78
908
3053
170
salt
0.274
2.69
994
3283
171
sugar – PDS
0.009
0.26
19
53
172
sugar – other sources
0.453
15.33
955
3176
173
gur
0.021
0.69
144
537
224
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.08
52
175
honey
0.000
0.05
6
30
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.758
19.10
999
3301
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.028
2.11
110
371
181
mustard oil
0.508
43.66
967
3229
18
182
groundnut oil
0.004
0.36
8
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.01
1
8
184
refined oil
0.043
3.56
119
548
185
edible oil: others
0.003
0.25
7
16
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.587
49.95
995
3296
190
eggs (no.)
1.003
4.17
142
484
191
fish, prawn
0.239
22.08
299
989
192
goat meat/mutton
0.050
10.86
65
274
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.024
2.29
23
72
194
pork
0.003
0.44
3
8
195
chicken
0.177
19.53
219
683
0.001
0.04
2
5
-
59.42
590
1921
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
3.389
32.04
998
3302
201
onion
1.041
13.65
955
3180
202
tomato
0.253
3.75
342
1375
203
brinjal
0.654
8.61
640
2101
204
radish
0.183
1.42
207
679
205
carrot
0.028
0.33
31
131
206
palak/other
0.626
5.27
479
1588
207
green chillies
0.080
3.29
690
2306
208
lady's finger
0.337
5.38
343
1166
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.275
5.54
311
1089
211
cauliflower
0.513
5.50
354
1205
212
cabbage
0.259
2.36
218
783
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.473
3.79
285
999
214
peas
0.091
1.26
114
408
215
beans, barbati
0.028
0.44
42
161
216
lemon (no.)
0.580
1.03
235
906
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Bihar
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.482
5.28
348
1198
-
98.94
999
3304
banana (no.)
3.761
4.17
287
988
jackfruit
0.005
0.08
5
20
watermelon
0.070
0.59
38
154
223
pineapple (no.)
0.001
0.01
1
8
224
coconut (no.)
0.010
0.16
9
45
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
2
226
guava
0.118
1.89
134
417
227
singara
0.007
0.21
13
44
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.155
0.59
21
145
230
papaya
0.052
0.82
35
117
231
mango
0.170
5.58
99
301
232
kharbooza
0.018
0.16
8
29
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.04
2
7
10
234
berries
0.000
0.01
2
235
leechi
0.009
0.59
12
59
236
apple
0.056
3.75
85
415
237
grapes
0.017
0.97
41
207
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.77
36
126
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
20.38
512
1868
240
coconut: copra
0.002
0.23
22
98
241
groundnut
0.006
0.47
45
182
242
dates
0.001
0.13
10
32
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.32
8
77
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
1
245
other nuts
0.000
0.05
4
25
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.006
1.28
80
374
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.27
11
67
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.018
2.76
133
594
250
ginger (gm)
25.552
1.73
447
1667
251
garlic (gm)
64.173
4.34
881
2905
252
jeera (gm)
24.715
4.91
894
2972
253
dhania (gm)
61.147
5.26
934
3100
254
turmeric (gm)
60.572
7.81
985
3264
255
black pepper (gm)
14.035
4.25
590
1975
256
dry chillies (gm)
44.862
5.01
917
3045
257
tamarind (gm)
0.937
0.12
22
71
258
curry powder (gm)
3.723
0.59
83
301
260
oilseeds (gm)
25.772
1.61
442
1408
261
other spices (gm)
23.669
3.78
502
1792
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Appendix A
Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Bihar
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
349.155
39.42
999
3300
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.954
12.24
426
1358
271
tea: leaf (gm)
58.993
10.00
760
2640
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.271
0.05
1
5
274
mineral water (litre)
0.001
0.02
0
8
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.006
0.23
9
38
17
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.002
0.12
5
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.26
11
47
279
beverages: sub-total
-
22.93
906
3036
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.095
2.49
37
162
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.039
0.45
11
40
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.464
20.84
256
859
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
9.20
392
1445
284
other served processed food
-
1.01
46
170
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
33.99
592
2078
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
5.67
164
735
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
12.07
749
2485
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.043
4.33
318
1242
293
chips (gm)
2.476
0.32
36
142
294
pickles (gm)
5.065
0.61
45
141
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.139
0.11
14
51
296
other packaged food
-
0.37
30
121
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
23.49
838
2827
777
total: food group
-
667.64
1000
3310
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Chhattisgarh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
4.316
10.40
670
683
102
rice – other sources
6.935
107.43
845
1300
103
chira
0.056
1.38
183
398
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.16
33
57
105
muri
0.013
0.53
102
185
106
other rice products
0.001
0.01
4
9
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.361
0.94
252
265
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.514
7.38
352
710
110
maida
0.015
0.33
83
156
111
suji, rawa
0.020
0.49
129
287
112
sewai, noodles
0.005
0.25
53
106
113
bread: bakery
0.008
0.38
91
145
16
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.01
7
115
jowar & its products
0.001
0.02
6
7
116
bajra & its products
0.001
0.01
1
1
117
maize & its products
0.048
0.57
66
73
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
46
120
small millets & its products
0.032
0.42
35
121
ragi & its products
0.001
0.02
2
5
122
other cereals
0.017
0.33
29
54
129
cereal: sub-total
12.349
131.05
991
1431
139
cereal substitutes
0.018
0.46
60
102
140
arhar, tur
0.305
15.34
583
1005
141
gram: split
0.012
0.46
90
160
142
gram: whole
0.049
1.37
241
350
143
moong
0.012
0.67
59
129
144
masur
0.047
2.09
212
327
145
urd
0.111
5.49
371
530
146
peas
0.009
0.30
69
108
147
khesari
0.140
4.07
363
402
148
other pulses
0.057
1.74
143
198
150
gram products
0.000
0.01
2
17
151
besan
0.039
1.60
280
512
152
other pulse products
0.013
0.48
85
106
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.794
33.61
991
1430
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.655
12.85
248
534
161
baby food
0.001
0.17
9
14
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.11
10
20
163
curd
0.005
0.17
42
91
164
ghee
0.001
0.26
17
44
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
2
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Chhattisgarh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.14
30
67
167
other milk products
-
0.13
51
67
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
13.84
320
632
170
salt
0.291
2.26
982
1414
171
sugar – PDS
0.189
2.84
659
715
172
sugar – other sources
0.446
14.45
818
1252
173
gur
0.018
0.63
145
245
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
3
175
honey
0.000
0.05
14
31
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.944
20.23
991
1431
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.005
0.47
35
63
181
mustard oil
0.039
3.26
137
207
31
182
groundnut oil
0.009
0.65
16
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
1
184
refined oil
0.539
40.03
890
1296
185
edible oil: others
0.013
0.65
38
51
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.605
45.06
991
1429
190
eggs (no.)
0.715
2.77
133
242
191
fish, prawn
0.157
12.97
199
272
192
goat meat/mutton
0.012
2.28
15
42
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.03
0
1
194
pork
0.002
0.19
3
4
195
chicken
0.226
23.83
246
362
0.005
0.50
7
8
-
42.56
462
689
15.53
980
1421
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.400
201
onion
0.711
9.65
962
1394
202
tomato
1.203
16.56
929
1354
203
brinjal
0.421
6.01
556
809
204
radish
0.238
2.29
260
380
205
carrot
0.014
0.20
24
37
206
palak/other
0.950
12.13
815
1138
207
green chillies
0.145
4.71
895
1278
208
lady's finger
0.250
4.72
329
536
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.180
2.70
236
363
211
cauliflower
0.241
4.08
272
479
212
cabbage
0.266
3.34
308
482
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.562
6.70
539
762
214
peas
0.061
1.00
70
136
215
beans, barbati
0.287
5.60
460
689
216
lemon (no.)
0.514
0.64
130
230
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Chhattisgarh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.648
9.88
650
981
-
105.79
991
1430
banana (no.)
1.415
3.06
151
313
jackfruit
0.008
0.11
4
10
watermelon
0.024
0.21
16
23
223
pineapple (no.)
0.004
0.04
4
11
224
coconut (no.)
0.495
4.76
382
545
225
green coconut (no.)
0.029
0.28
21
22
226
guava
0.046
0.77
70
83
227
singara
0.002
0.06
6
11
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.082
0.35
23
51
230
papaya
0.050
0.96
47
80
127
231
mango
0.104
2.47
63
232
kharbooza
0.003
0.04
2
4
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.01
1
8
234
berries
0.016
0.26
31
50
235
leechi
0.005
0.29
10
16
236
apple
0.025
2.20
43
107
237
grapes
0.013
0.78
19
51
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.62
28
45
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
17.31
595
905
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.06
5
20
241
groundnut
0.046
1.74
123
216
242
dates
0.002
0.08
5
15
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.12
5
26
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.28
22
59
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.09
6
17
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.050
2.36
139
268
250
ginger (gm)
48.145
2.74
589
957
251
garlic (gm)
63.791
5.09
837
1236
252
jeera (gm)
14.086
2.93
564
915
253
dhania (gm)
56.440
6.65
927
1357
254
turmeric (gm)
49.570
7.57
964
1405
255
black pepper (gm)
1.086
0.23
33
80
256
dry chillies (gm)
44.499
5.11
844
1219
257
tamarind (gm)
11.467
0.50
135
166
258
curry powder (gm)
8.388
1.42
208
373
260
oilseeds (gm)
6.720
0.73
225
360
261
other spices (gm)
30.725
4.97
655
909
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Chhattisgarh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
334.918
38.00
991
1430
270
tea: cups (no.)
1.506
6.58
177
348
271
tea: leaf (gm)
62.307
12.73
972
1400
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.002
0.01
0
3
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.014
0.02
1
6
274
mineral water (litre)
0.011
0.17
12
21
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.003
0.21
12
40
75
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.023
1.00
41
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.09
9
27
279
beverages: sub-total
-
20.81
981
1415
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.104
3.52
19
24
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.002
0.03
0
4
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.475
33.47
379
510
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
11.77
520
830
284
other served processed food
-
0.77
75
125
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
49.57
711
1081
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
3.42
131
211
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
11.33
709
1069
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.049
4.42
300
485
293
chips (gm)
1.523
0.44
43
104
294
pickles (gm)
3.230
0.57
59
93
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.780
0.21
11
25
296
other packaged food
-
0.44
29
65
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
20.82
806
1214
777
total: food group
-
541.47
999
1439
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Delhi
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.068
0.61
80
5
102
rice – other sources
1.384
37.85
878
57
103
chira
0.000
0.01
1
1
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
1
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.499
3.71
138
6
108
wheat/atta – other sources
5.605
95.78
878
57
110
maida
0.000
0.01
5
6
111
suji, rawa
0.003
0.10
37
7
112
sewai, noodles
0.002
0.23
44
8
113
bread: bakery
0.238
7.85
549
32
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.002
0.17
15
3
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
7.803
146.33
945
61
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.297
20.74
925
56
141
gram: split
0.203
10.96
868
47
142
gram: whole
0.057
3.10
383
24
143
moong
0.140
9.57
773
43
144
masur
0.106
6.30
452
44
145
urd
0.022
1.51
160
17
146
peas
0.023
0.76
125
3
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.129
8.49
587
31
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.092
5.49
749
37
152
other pulse products
0.004
0.25
43
6
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.072
67.16
937
60
160
milk: liquid (litre)
7.576
263.35
945
61
161
baby food
0.006
1.48
28
2
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.00
0
0
163
curd
0.042
2.61
180
11
164
ghee
0.130
46.25
498
35
165
butter
0.002
0.59
38
5
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Delhi
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.73
36
7
167
other milk products
-
3.73
136
12
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
318.74
945
61
170
salt
0.174
2.28
937
60
171
sugar – PDS
0.001
0.02
1
1
172
sugar – other sources
0.928
32.00
936
59
173
gur
0.039
1.40
219
10
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.000
0.00
0
0
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.143
35.70
945
61
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.082
6.98
253
9
181
mustard oil
0.537
44.94
848
51
182
groundnut oil
0.001
0.09
2
1
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.199
16.93
419
31
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.04
1
1
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.820
69.00
937
60
190
eggs (no.)
1.144
4.94
224
8
191
fish, prawn
0.026
2.36
58
1
192
goat meat/mutton
0.043
13.90
96
2
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.00
0
0
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.124
18.94
142
11
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
40.13
306
17
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.867
19.39
937
60
201
onion
1.022
17.85
937
60
202
tomato
0.846
15.77
937
60
203
brinjal
0.301
5.22
477
31
204
radish
0.619
7.06
670
20
205
carrot
0.236
3.52
277
17
206
palak/other
0.496
7.71
630
34
207
green chillies
0.121
7.86
891
53
208
lady's finger
0.242
6.71
294
16
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.160
4.07
282
23
211
cauliflower
0.585
13.61
582
28
212
cabbage
0.194
3.23
324
9
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.477
7.91
434
36
214
peas
0.177
2.98
244
16
215
beans, barbati
0.109
1.89
236
17
216
lemon (no.)
1.372
3.07
283
22
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Delhi
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.417
9.79
606
35
-
137.70
937
60
banana (no.)
3.755
9.92
268
19
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.031
0.38
17
5
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.245
5.50
215
17
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.379
0.98
68
6
230
papaya
0.004
0.12
2
2
231
mango
0.032
1.17
28
6
232
kharbooza
0.009
0.18
10
1
233
pears/nashpati
0.013
0.88
28
1
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.176
9.80
222
16
2
237
grapes
0.065
3.91
193
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.00
0
0
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
32.82
556
41
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.12
11
1
241
groundnut
0.009
0.68
61
4
0
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
243
cashewnut
0.003
1.42
60
5
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
1
245
other nuts
0.001
0.34
8
1
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.66
19
3
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.53
30
1
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.016
3.75
121
10
250
ginger (gm)
83.530
5.27
796
42
251
garlic (gm)
53.221
5.15
858
45
252
jeera (gm)
36.025
8.91
847
51
253
dhania (gm)
38.272
6.32
887
51
254
turmeric (gm)
41.240
8.29
898
52
255
black pepper (gm)
12.491
4.37
441
21
256
dry chillies (gm)
39.577
6.63
867
48
257
tamarind (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
258
curry powder (gm)
5.300
1.63
125
15
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
1.269
0.25
28
2
40.501
10.84
770
44
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Appendix A
Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Delhi
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
351.427
57.70
937
60
270
tea: cups (no.)
7.918
35.48
619
38
271
tea: leaf (gm)
85.371
19.55
944
60
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.034
0.47
19
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.097
4.26
135
15
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.054
2.82
82
9
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.54
30
4
279
beverages: sub-total
-
63.15
1000
63
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.883
30.55
96
7
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.164
1.38
26
6
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
36.96
891
53
284
other served processed food
-
0.35
30
2
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
69.25
907
56
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
42.00
216
15
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
31.73
824
56
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.151
23.18
766
36
293
chips (gm)
3.023
0.32
32
4
294
pickles (gm)
23.631
3.15
188
10
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
5.245
0.53
58
1
296
other packaged food
-
12.00
314
17
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
112.91
973
60
777
total: food group
-
1154.32
1000
63
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Goa
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.244
17.78
719
113
102
rice – other sources
4.171
91.36
920
149
103
chira
0.083
2.52
264
49
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.02
1
2
105
muri
0.003
0.12
19
6
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.287
2.26
382
71
108
wheat/atta – other sources
1.323
27.49
760
117
110
maida
0.013
0.32
54
13
111
suji, rawa
0.259
6.19
785
134
112
sewai, noodles
0.025
2.38
145
30
113
bread: bakery
0.366
21.48
448
68
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
1
1
115
jowar & its products
0.016
0.47
9
7
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.009
0.31
35
4
121
ragi & its products
0.006
0.12
39
7
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
1
1
129
cereal: sub-total
8.806
172.81
1000
159
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.160
10.11
875
142
141
gram: split
0.034
1.20
119
21
142
gram: whole
0.151
5.22
623
90
143
moong
0.117
7.41
636
106
144
masur
0.106
5.03
609
90
145
urd
0.018
1.22
117
29
146
peas
0.012
0.51
94
19
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.037
1.61
214
47
150
gram products
0.000
0.01
1
2
151
besan
0.021
1.03
162
33
152
other pulse products
0.025
1.41
134
22
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.681
34.76
976
155
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.238
133.50
822
137
161
baby food
0.008
2.66
34
6
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.005
1.07
27
4
163
curd
0.001
0.08
26
10
164
ghee
0.016
3.74
219
31
165
butter
0.006
1.81
110
29
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Appendix A
Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Goa
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
3.33
176
41
167
other milk products
-
0.16
10
3
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
146.35
845
140
170
salt
0.215
2.70
1000
159
171
sugar – PDS
0.000
0.00
0
0
172
sugar – other sources
0.868
26.86
1000
159
173
gur
0.072
2.83
360
73
0
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
175
honey
0.000
0.08
10
1
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.156
32.47
1000
159
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.031
3.08
205
30
181
mustard oil
0.001
0.10
2
1
0
182
groundnut oil
0.000
0.00
0
183
coconut oil
0.004
0.43
13
2
184
refined oil
0.514
39.97
786
132
185
edible oil: others
0.131
9.38
244
35
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.680
52.96
1000
159
190
eggs (no.)
4.879
16.81
552
92
191
fish, prawn
1.537
185.94
838
132
192
goat meat/mutton
0.058
9.44
64
4
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.068
8.43
61
7
194
pork
0.053
6.48
16
3
195
chicken
0.351
35.50
285
62
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.024
1.65
59
8
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
264.24
867
137
200
potato
0.561
9.35
861
135
201
onion
1.088
16.67
997
157
202
tomato
0.637
11.72
976
154
203
brinjal
0.077
2.18
149
25
204
radish
0.202
3.37
262
50
205
carrot
0.036
0.89
99
18
206
palak/other
0.577
13.07
626
98
207
green chillies
0.151
6.33
841
129
208
lady's finger
0.216
5.33
365
57
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.022
0.57
45
8
211
cauliflower
0.205
4.51
280
47
212
cabbage
0.343
6.26
453
73
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.047
1.25
54
9
214
peas
0.000
0.01
1
1
215
beans, barbati
0.123
1.95
154
31
216
lemon (no.)
1.921
3.86
323
60
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Goa
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.140
4.56
263
40
-
91.89
1000
159
banana (no.)
8.536
20.77
596
104
jackfruit
0.016
0.68
22
2
222
watermelon
0.083
1.14
28
3
223
pineapple (no.)
0.055
0.81
24
5
224
coconut (no.)
5.290
53.45
841
141
225
green coconut (no.)
0.653
6.70
66
8
226
guava
0.001
0.02
2
2
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.617
4.22
68
11
230
papaya
0.156
4.20
106
15
231
mango
0.281
32.26
155
23
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.225
23.17
214
46
237
grapes
0.063
5.17
77
16
238
other fresh fruits
-
6.92
97
15
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
159.48
982
158
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.001
0.08
4
2
242
dates
0.000
0.04
0
1
243
cashewnut
0.002
0.89
44
15
244
walnut
0.000
0.04
5
2
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.02
3
1
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.27
16
6
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.004
1.33
49
18
250
ginger (gm)
61.052
4.78
822
137
251
garlic (gm)
65.997
9.46
865
140
252
jeera (gm)
26.979
6.41
857
132
253
dhania (gm)
46.759
5.57
770
111
254
turmeric (gm)
34.711
7.80
940
146
255
black pepper (gm)
4.709
0.86
103
20
256
dry chillies (gm)
121.849
24.37
791
135
257
tamarind (gm)
30.253
4.34
514
81
258
curry powder (gm)
38.047
7.51
314
60
260
oilseeds (gm)
22.197
1.96
412
71
261
other spices (gm)
61.518
10.28
660
96
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Goa
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
514.072
83.45
1000
159
0.533
2.86
92
7
148.102
30.20
987
157
0.070
0.48
21
6
1.664
1.22
65
11
274
mineral water (litre)
0.003
0.04
3
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.061
2.70
88
22
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.016
1.59
40
11
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.30
19
1
279
beverages: sub-total
-
39.38
1000
158
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.082
3.47
32
10
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.283
8.97
21
3
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.071
16.08
101
9
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
15.76
363
60
284
other served processed food
-
2.99
27
7
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
47.28
525
84
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
8.16
53
12
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
26.90
700
120
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.024
3.44
262
45
293
chips (gm)
16.405
2.75
185
34
294
pickles (gm)
30.728
2.99
398
69
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
5.456
0.93
81
17
296
other packaged food
-
2.83
89
17
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
48.02
873
142
777
total: food group
-
1174.42
1000
159
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Appendix A
Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Gujarat
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.340
1.35
349
497
102
rice – other sources
1.702
36.61
867
1544
103
chira
0.035
1.08
194
440
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.04
6
24
105
muri
0.038
1.40
227
460
106
other rice products
0.005
0.12
11
29
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.668
2.32
316
440
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.042
46.59
752
1378
110
maida
0.014
0.38
104
204
111
suji, rawa
0.032
0.93
247
496
112
sewai, noodles
0.002
0.12
24
82
113
bread: bakery
0.011
0.57
59
118
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.01
0
3
115
jowar & its products
0.260
4.41
140
271
116
bajra & its products
1.690
19.75
583
963
117
maize & its products
0.853
9.60
204
326
118
barley & its products
0.005
0.07
2
7
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
1
6
121
ragi & its products
0.021
0.34
12
41
122
other cereals
0.005
0.10
11
28
129
cereal: sub-total
8.724
125.78
986
1700
139
cereal substitutes
0.008
0.38
59
106
140
arhar, tur
0.326
20.42
907
1614
141
gram: split
0.075
3.41
431
751
142
gram: whole
0.047
1.94
331
633
143
moong
0.198
12.08
852
1485
144
masur
0.008
0.48
64
114
145
urd
0.052
3.17
353
693
146
peas
0.005
0.22
63
121
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
6
5
148
other pulses
0.021
1.21
136
236
150
gram products
0.004
0.19
11
29
151
besan
0.087
4.40
626
1175
152
other pulse products
0.019
1.09
152
273
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.843
48.62
982
1699
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.471
176.90
924
1627
161
baby food
0.001
0.43
18
29
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.05
2
1
163
curd
0.017
0.63
93
194
164
ghee
0.041
13.84
256
560
165
butter
0.001
0.17
9
11
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Gujarat
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.62
54
105
167
other milk products
-
2.96
181
316
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
195.61
952
1651
170
salt
0.196
1.44
985
1699
171
sugar – PDS
0.123
1.73
317
444
172
sugar – other sources
0.765
24.81
929
1624
173
gur
0.136
5.28
597
1091
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.06
6
11
175
honey
0.000
0.02
6
10
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.221
33.32
986
1702
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.001
0.05
2
10
181
mustard oil
0.047
3.68
45
63
182
groundnut oil
0.187
20.57
180
376
183
coconut oil
0.003
0.31
3
10
184
refined oil
0.303
24.41
317
527
185
edible oil: others
0.505
39.89
489
787
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.045
88.90
986
1700
190
eggs (no.)
0.668
2.54
104
183
191
fish, prawn
0.052
4.15
54
95
192
goat meat/mutton
0.027
4.76
31
46
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.036
1.71
25
36
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
1
195
chicken
0.084
11.02
138
230
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.000
0.01
0
2
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
24.18
212
363
200
potato
1.300
15.29
982
1694
201
onion
0.703
9.81
937
1618
202
tomato
0.638
11.51
893
1529
203
brinjal
0.585
11.93
841
1411
204
radish
0.048
0.72
76
131
205
carrot
0.033
0.64
68
135
206
palak/other
0.318
5.78
422
749
207
green chillies
0.177
5.98
864
1486
208
lady's finger
0.233
6.92
407
732
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.093
2.69
167
247
211
cauliflower
0.317
6.33
477
807
212
cabbage
0.362
6.66
564
1031
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.261
4.55
342
557
214
peas
0.046
1.16
108
247
215
beans, barbati
0.182
4.99
251
446
216
lemon (no.)
3.242
4.43
569
1036
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Gujarat
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.715
17.03
771
1299
-
116.45
986
1700
banana (no.)
3.515
7.16
346
690
jackfruit
0.000
0.01
1
2
222
watermelon
0.088
1.59
58
120
223
pineapple (no.)
0.009
0.35
7
11
224
coconut (no.)
0.098
1.12
76
147
225
green coconut (no.)
0.029
0.33
14
41
226
guava
0.064
1.53
87
137
227
singara
0.004
0.09
8
7
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.122
0.43
20
57
230
papaya
0.047
0.99
50
105
231
mango
0.165
6.05
88
186
232
kharbooza
0.021
0.35
12
22
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.02
0
4
234
berries
0.001
0.03
3
7
235
leechi
0.000
0.03
0
2
236
apple
0.059
5.27
96
228
237
grapes
0.053
2.37
113
215
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.61
159
259
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
31.33
686
1265
240
coconut: copra
0.004
0.47
27
75
241
groundnut
0.044
3.00
221
466
242
dates
0.017
1.25
35
80
243
cashewnut
0.003
1.32
17
67
244
walnut
0.000
0.06
1
12
245
other nuts
0.002
0.67
18
54
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.18
8
35
247
other dry fruits
0.003
0.60
16
54
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.074
7.55
273
594
250
ginger (gm)
63.795
3.96
734
1265
251
garlic (gm)
82.417
5.95
952
1644
252
jeera (gm)
34.376
6.53
917
1604
253
dhania (gm)
45.842
5.56
908
1569
254
turmeric (gm)
43.435
8.48
978
1684
255
black pepper (gm)
8.866
2.53
345
628
256
dry chillies (gm)
86.420
13.20
965
1674
257
tamarind (gm)
10.695
0.96
243
403
258
curry powder (gm)
10.420
1.98
300
573
260
oilseeds (gm)
27.137
1.99
782
1418
261
other spices (gm)
38.721
6.74
764
1329
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Gujarat
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
452.123
57.92
986
1700
1.266
8.98
251
497
131.905
29.46
967
1682
0.001
0.01
1
3
coffee: powder (gm)
0.099
0.06
4
19
274
mineral water (litre)
0.036
0.05
2
12
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.021
0.90
39
86
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.007
0.34
11
20
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.77
25
50
279
beverages: sub-total
-
40.57
976
1693
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.150
3.76
22
53
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.096
1.73
8
8
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.625
20.89
176
341
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
11.82
302
569
284
other served processed food
-
2.38
92
176
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
40.57
504
919
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
3.29
66
133
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
14.44
657
1197
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.084
8.46
367
674
293
chips (gm)
9.564
1.54
97
176
294
pickles (gm)
9.243
1.21
91
156
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.322
0.06
3
13
296
other packaged food
-
2.55
147
271
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
31.54
806
1447
777
total: food group
-
842.74
1000
1712
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Appendix A
Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Haryana
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.011
0.07
8
12
102
rice – other sources
0.704
17.86
869
1240
103
chira
0.000
0.00
0
1
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.01
3
5
105
muri
0.000
0.00
1
2
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
1
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.231
6.24
193
260
108
wheat/atta – other sources
7.322
92.69
914
1312
110
maida
0.004
0.08
15
29
111
suji, rawa
0.015
0.36
99
171
112
sewai, noodles
0.005
0.25
32
64
113
bread: bakery
0.026
0.75
116
212
11
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.02
3
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
116
bajra & its products
0.096
1.11
106
138
50
117
maize & its products
0.016
0.31
36
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
1
129
cereal: sub-total
9.431
119.76
997
1422
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.020
1.38
138
211
141
gram: split
0.158
7.50
829
1205
142
gram: whole
0.086
4.12
489
744
143
moong
0.156
11.00
893
1269
144
masur
0.089
5.60
648
1000
145
urd
0.062
4.27
474
675
28
146
peas
0.004
0.21
24
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
2
2
148
other pulses
0.029
1.82
194
297
150
gram products
0.007
0.40
85
131
151
besan
0.136
6.43
786
1180
152
other pulse products
0.004
0.20
32
48
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.751
42.95
991
1415
160
milk: liquid (litre)
14.790
435.64
995
1420
15
161
baby food
0.002
0.38
12
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.34
2
5
163
curd
0.012
0.51
19
34
164
ghee
0.102
37.04
323
444
165
butter
0.001
0.29
27
5
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Haryana
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.14
15
32
167
other milk products
-
0.24
9
19
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
474.57
995
1421
170
salt
0.232
2.95
983
1407
171
sugar – PDS
0.050
0.94
92
131
172
sugar – other sources
1.611
53.19
978
1395
173
gur
0.063
2.16
187
307
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
1
6
175
honey
0.000
0.01
0
2
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.955
59.25
997
1421
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.056
3.96
145
227
181
mustard oil
0.408
30.69
764
1106
182
groundnut oil
0.002
0.12
5
7
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.105
8.43
259
360
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.05
2
3
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.572
43.25
900
1298
190
eggs (no.)
0.737
2.92
104
87
191
fish, prawn
0.002
0.20
3
4
192
goat meat/mutton
0.036
6.80
53
38
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.008
0.73
7
14
194
pork
0.004
0.40
4
10
195
chicken
0.061
8.51
69
75
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
19.54
146
158
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.834
20.47
988
1405
201
onion
1.076
16.39
979
1398
202
tomato
0.848
15.20
944
1337
203
brinjal
0.300
4.16
276
443
204
radish
0.539
4.72
356
471
205
carrot
0.394
4.29
275
351
206
palak/other
0.527
7.07
391
547
207
green chillies
0.139
5.53
715
1090
208
lady's finger
0.218
4.70
235
399
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.026
0.43
24
32
211
cauliflower
0.558
8.13
426
616
212
cabbage
0.145
2.16
157
182
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.722
10.45
476
735
214
peas
0.376
6.71
256
394
215
beans, barbati
0.060
1.34
45
65
216
lemon (no.)
2.096
3.93
276
450
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Haryana
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.596
9.04
367
577
-
124.70
996
1421
banana (no.)
5.340
14.29
381
628
jackfruit
0.003
0.02
1
1
watermelon
0.136
1.36
37
68
223
pineapple (no.)
0.002
0.04
2
1
224
coconut (no.)
0.004
0.07
3
7
225
green coconut (no.)
0.015
0.24
4
4
226
guava
0.208
4.56
157
238
227
singara
0.014
0.31
17
31
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.261
4.12
119
185
230
papaya
0.110
2.39
77
118
231
mango
0.285
9.91
175
298
232
kharbooza
0.051
0.85
23
50
233
pears/nashpati
0.007
0.20
8
11
27
234
berries
0.017
0.42
20
235
leechi
0.001
0.10
1
6
236
apple
0.156
11.24
145
266
114
237
grapes
0.065
3.72
70
238
other fresh fruits
-
6.22
42
61
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
60.08
667
1065
240
coconut: copra
0.002
0.14
7
12
241
groundnut
0.076
5.05
139
217
242
dates
0.015
1.52
49
27
243
cashewnut
0.002
1.07
15
26
244
walnut
0.000
0.02
0
1
245
other nuts
0.003
0.65
12
23
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.005
1.14
39
27
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.96
9
21
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.106
10.55
201
284
250
ginger (gm)
62.511
4.00
645
917
251
garlic (gm)
56.464
4.85
784
1131
252
jeera (gm)
44.366
9.10
944
1347
253
dhania (gm)
42.471
5.11
722
1069
254
turmeric (gm)
63.153
11.43
983
1411
255
black pepper (gm)
1.654
0.42
61
104
256
dry chillies (gm)
57.135
8.59
940
1343
257
tamarind (gm)
0.313
0.04
9
14
258
curry powder (gm)
0.788
0.20
19
30
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.368
0.08
4
4
32.170
7.66
544
770
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Haryana
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
361.393
51.51
996
1421
2.783
13.85
237
299
148.361
30.39
991
1413
0.143
0.36
1
1
0.043
0.06
3
5
274
mineral water (litre)
0.003
0.10
2
8
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.093
3.09
65
120
99
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.036
2.41
63
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.14
6
10
279
beverages: sub-total
-
50.41
997
1419
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.037
1.05
11
22
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.244
4.83
53
5
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.296
13.88
117
149
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
8.65
246
395
284
other served processed food
-
0.55
19
36
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
28.95
389
519
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
12.45
145
260
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
21.21
760
1107
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.087
9.16
406
638
293
chips (gm)
9.513
1.45
68
96
294
pickles (gm)
20.494
1.94
147
173
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.560
0.10
6
12
296
other packaged food
-
1.52
47
70
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
47.82
808
1173
777
total: food group
-
1133.34
1000
1423
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Himachal Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.076
16.33
866
1457
102
rice – other sources
2.314
50.88
699
1165
103
chira
0.001
0.04
5
12
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.01
1
1
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.007
0.18
2
3
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
3.177
21.88
810
1355
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.257
49.98
782
1309
110
maida
0.015
0.34
35
55
111
suji, rawa
0.057
1.35
351
577
112
sewai, noodles
0.019
1.34
170
333
113
bread: bakery
0.036
1.39
189
318
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.05
7
18
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
116
bajra & its products
0.009
0.09
5
5
117
maize & its products
0.910
10.81
358
593
118
barley & its products
0.004
0.06
4
10
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
1
1
122
other cereals
0.006
0.21
10
15
129
cereal: sub-total
11.891
154.94
992
1652
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.006
0.45
34
61
141
gram: split
0.251
7.49
968
1610
142
gram: whole
0.195
5.81
796
1328
143
moong
0.099
7.09
556
909
144
masur
0.100
5.86
556
912
145
urd
0.242
9.59
918
1540
146
peas
0.006
0.32
23
39
147
khesari
0.001
0.07
5
10
148
other pulses
0.285
18.12
834
1389
150
gram products
0.007
0.47
41
63
151
besan
0.052
2.46
380
631
152
other pulse products
0.019
1.32
135
221
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.264
59.05
992
1652
160
milk: liquid (litre)
9.415
212.75
943
1566
161
baby food
0.002
0.37
13
28
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.008
1.92
57
95
163
curd
0.021
0.78
46
80
164
ghee
0.040
13.55
217
341
165
butter
0.001
0.36
13
24
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Himachal Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.06
5
12
167
other milk products
-
0.92
35
60
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
230.71
990
1645
170
salt
0.216
1.50
988
1645
171
sugar – PDS
0.627
8.63
909
1537
172
sugar – other sources
0.547
19.41
909
1510
173
gur
0.026
0.98
110
193
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.12
11
16
175
honey
0.000
0.03
6
8
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.418
30.67
993
1653
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.078
6.49
117
185
181
mustard oil
0.432
28.39
870
1450
182
groundnut oil
0.003
0.18
6
6
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.318
17.65
820
1376
185
edible oil: others
0.004
0.26
10
15
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.835
52.95
992
1652
190
eggs (no.)
1.209
5.07
163
312
191
fish, prawn
0.005
0.73
6
12
192
goat meat/mutton
0.143
28.78
161
320
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.05
0
3
194
pork
0.002
0.29
2
2
195
chicken
0.111
15.57
130
217
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.000
0.00
0
0
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
50.49
335
617
200
potato
1.481
15.54
960
1611
201
onion
0.884
13.44
985
1640
202
tomato
0.629
13.80
801
1308
203
brinjal
0.214
3.73
259
414
204
radish
0.199
2.22
209
312
205
carrot
0.155
2.55
158
253
206
palak/other
0.565
7.53
465
789
207
green chillies
0.045
1.93
375
626
208
lady's finger
0.248
4.77
240
393
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.011
0.20
16
20
211
cauliflower
0.530
9.88
488
804
212
cabbage
0.300
4.90
314
533
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.439
6.79
347
582
214
peas
0.287
6.87
283
459
215
beans, barbati
0.050
1.32
64
102
216
lemon (no.)
0.617
1.60
127
207
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Himachal Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.312
5.52
276
468
-
102.58
992
1652
banana (no.)
3.988
14.50
426
711
jackfruit
0.001
0.00
0
1
222
watermelon
0.032
0.60
21
34
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.010
0.23
5
5
225
green coconut (no.)
0.006
0.05
2
3
226
guava
0.091
2.11
92
153
227
singara
0.004
0.03
1
2
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.252
5.18
184
307
230
papaya
0.025
0.77
20
28
231
mango
0.195
7.54
144
239
232
kharbooza
0.013
0.28
10
20
233
pears/nashpati
0.028
0.46
11
14
234
berries
0.002
0.09
5
7
235
leechi
0.011
0.50
11
16
236
apple
0.193
11.22
193
352
137
237
grapes
0.041
3.03
77
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.00
24
46
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
47.60
715
1209
240
coconut: copra
0.007
0.75
31
42
241
groundnut
0.058
4.66
201
290
242
dates
0.001
0.06
5
5
243
cashewnut
0.003
1.71
19
39
244
walnut
0.013
1.70
32
71
245
other nuts
0.008
3.46
54
100
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.006
1.10
41
71
247
other dry fruits
0.006
2.14
28
58
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.102
15.59
329
545
250
ginger (gm)
55.053
3.20
477
799
251
garlic (gm)
63.665
5.64
762
1287
252
jeera (gm)
32.115
7.72
762
1249
253
dhania (gm)
44.039
5.57
873
1449
254
turmeric (gm)
58.720
12.96
981
1629
255
black pepper (gm)
3.248
1.10
111
192
256
dry chillies (gm)
31.461
4.78
736
1265
257
tamarind (gm)
0.960
0.10
16
27
258
curry powder (gm)
0.587
0.25
9
14
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.511
0.08
4
5
36.549
11.97
748
1251
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Himachal Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
326.908
53.41
992
1652
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.806
17.87
477
802
271
tea: leaf (gm)
93.558
23.58
981
1634
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.056
0.11
3
5
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.023
0.03
1
3
274
mineral water (litre)
0.001
0.01
1
1
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.034
1.50
35
68
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.013
0.79
15
31
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.69
15
26
279
beverages: sub-total
-
44.59
998
1655
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.452
14.19
51
91
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.157
4.11
12
16
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.389
36.02
292
487
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
16.03
346
566
284
other served processed food
-
0.76
14
21
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
71.11
597
989
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
19.02
254
433
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
17.66
708
1212
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.034
4.76
218
377
293
chips (gm)
15.688
3.85
177
283
294
pickles (gm)
28.328
2.87
177
307
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
296
other packaged food
1.136
0.20
7
18
-
0.30
12
20
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
48.63
839
1404
777
total: food group
-
962.32
1000
1657
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jammu & Kashmir
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
4.387
38.77
748
1590
102
rice – other sources
3.743
78.59
666
1374
103
chira
0.006
0.09
1
1
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.006
0.11
8
16
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.646
12.37
569
1200
108
wheat/atta – other sources
1.741
26.58
511
992
110
maida
0.005
0.11
18
35
111
suji, rawa
0.015
0.36
121
235
112
sewai, noodles
0.015
0.95
118
180
113
bread: bakery
0.312
17.07
481
1021
114
other wheat products
0.006
0.17
8
21
115
jowar & its products
0.002
0.05
3
8
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
117
maize & its products
0.817
9.82
303
577
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.011
0.25
21
50
129
cereal: sub-total
12.711
185.28
996
2027
139
cereal substitutes
0.012
0.07
1
1
140
arhar, tur
0.009
0.63
49
35
141
gram: split
0.153
7.67
575
1022
142
gram: whole
0.058
2.90
402
683
143
moong
0.080
5.77
548
1096
144
masur
0.029
1.82
220
422
145
urd
0.098
6.47
480
781
146
peas
0.006
0.27
46
96
147
khesari
0.003
0.20
8
13
148
other pulses
0.166
13.05
704
1400
150
gram products
0.004
0.30
14
23
151
besan
0.005
0.29
78
134
152
other pulse products
0.031
1.88
287
481
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.641
41.24
867
1721
160
milk: liquid (litre)
8.083
174.46
967
2009
16
161
baby food
0.002
0.57
8
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.004
0.78
29
41
163
curd
0.071
1.80
106
242
164
ghee
0.032
8.49
199
423
165
butter
0.005
1.21
45
114
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jammu & Kashmir
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.50
19
45
167
other milk products
-
1.36
62
136
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
189.17
982
2018
170
salt
0.324
4.44
993
2022
171
sugar – PDS
0.484
6.99
874
1829
172
sugar – other sources
0.221
7.90
463
812
173
gur
0.012
0.45
92
157
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.03
6
16
175
honey
0.000
0.09
7
13
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.042
19.91
996
2026
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.031
2.83
96
178
181
mustard oil
0.785
72.60
963
1942
12
182
groundnut oil
0.003
0.26
4
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.039
3.89
99
220
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.04
1
3
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.858
79.62
995
2024
190
eggs (no.)
3.077
12.25
393
902
191
fish, prawn
0.012
1.74
9
31
192
goat meat/mutton
0.153
34.13
183
467
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.249
30.26
247
565
194
pork
0.002
0.30
3
7
195
chicken
0.290
30.61
272
667
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.003
0.30
2
7
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
109.58
647
1441
200
potato
1.174
14.73
909
1801
201
onion
0.868
13.97
959
1940
202
tomato
0.613
13.44
785
1544
203
brinjal
0.140
2.42
162
313
204
radish
0.390
4.69
365
752
205
carrot
0.127
2.00
122
282
206
palak/other
1.862
23.80
847
1811
207
green chillies
0.032
1.15
239
398
208
lady's finger
0.167
3.39
171
246
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.023
0.35
23
30
211
cauliflower
0.452
7.65
399
787
212
cabbage
0.226
3.39
215
418
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.390
6.13
301
588
214
peas
0.124
3.06
158
323
215
beans, barbati
0.133
3.09
144
350
216
lemon (no.)
0.758
1.39
116
212
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jammu & Kashmir
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.405
6.36
307
580
-
110.97
995
2024
banana (no.)
2.639
10.46
269
657
jackfruit
0.007
0.08
3
5
222
watermelon
0.159
2.97
74
166
223
pineapple (no.)
0.002
0.07
2
6
224
coconut (no.)
0.001
0.02
1
3
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.027
0.48
30
54
227
singara
0.001
0.01
1
1
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.520
6.22
171
368
230
papaya
0.018
0.41
10
20
231
mango
0.067
3.28
74
171
232
kharbooza
0.038
0.83
28
57
233
pears/nashpati
0.030
0.92
36
59
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.001
0.02
0
2
236
apple
0.340
10.29
245
503
113
237
grapes
0.030
1.56
57
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.84
15
42
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
38.48
692
1462
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.13
12
21
241
groundnut
0.014
1.20
51
84
242
dates
0.011
0.87
41
96
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.57
13
22
244
walnut
0.011
1.04
28
81
245
other nuts
0.003
0.56
22
32
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.41
23
48
247
other dry fruits
0.006
1.12
20
48
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.051
5.90
157
334
250
ginger (gm)
19.796
1.38
221
410
251
garlic (gm)
71.806
5.32
704
1472
252
jeera (gm)
10.080
2.07
305
545
253
dhania (gm)
7.584
1.12
166
300
254
turmeric (gm)
93.425
21.13
982
2004
255
black pepper (gm)
1.016
0.29
39
70
256
dry chillies (gm)
95.114
20.31
952
1949
257
tamarind (gm)
7.415
0.79
75
131
258
curry powder (gm)
0.611
0.10
8
15
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.425
0.05
4
7
48.189
11.54
704
1425
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jammu & Kashmir
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
355.460
64.10
996
2023
1.209
6.09
215
482
148.468
43.90
991
2015
0.003
0.01
1
3
coffee: powder (gm)
0.048
0.03
1
3
274
mineral water (litre)
0.001
0.02
1
3
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.098
3.81
114
147
111
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.045
2.62
42
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.63
12
32
279
beverages: sub-total
-
57.12
999
2028
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.359
9.11
46
118
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.082
1.76
13
31
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.536
12.27
133
270
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
5.48
191
357
284
other served processed food
-
0.97
21
26
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
29.59
348
691
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
7.46
143
348
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
17.10
709
1423
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.025
3.88
185
320
293
chips (gm)
8.550
2.27
129
235
294
pickles (gm)
7.525
0.75
37
83
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.557
0.08
3
10
296
other packaged food
-
0.49
18
37
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
32.01
765
1552
777
total: food group
-
963.03
1000
2032
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jharkhand
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.055
2.58
333
524
102
rice – other sources
6.783
121.30
895
1599
103
chira
0.109
2.26
262
516
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.05
17
26
105
muri
0.080
2.81
325
625
106
other rice products
0.001
0.01
1
3
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.022
0.23
8
8
108
wheat/atta – other sources
2.649
40.86
722
1371
110
maida
0.047
0.90
153
326
111
suji, rawa
0.029
0.65
202
434
112
sewai, noodles
0.015
0.93
103
228
113
bread: bakery
0.016
0.61
132
284
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.01
2
4
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
1
4
117
maize & its products
0.092
0.77
104
189
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.021
0.16
21
29
129
cereal: sub-total
11.921
174.13
984
1740
139
cereal substitutes
0.001
0.02
3
10
140
arhar, tur
0.165
10.05
563
1080
141
gram: split
0.041
1.87
242
475
142
gram: whole
0.057
2.20
272
517
143
moong
0.024
1.42
130
260
144
masur
0.176
8.53
687
1204
145
urd
0.037
1.31
126
218
146
peas
0.001
0.04
10
25
147
khesari
0.005
0.16
22
38
148
other pulses
0.030
0.87
89
147
150
gram products
0.017
1.06
126
215
151
besan
0.021
1.07
170
363
152
other pulse products
0.005
0.22
40
89
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.577
28.80
955
1703
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.983
46.75
462
928
161
baby food
0.002
0.56
15
22
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.005
1.12
73
133
163
curd
0.007
0.27
19
49
164
ghee
0.002
0.54
11
50
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
2
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jharkhand
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.09
17
44
167
other milk products
-
0.03
1
6
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
49.37
543
1076
170
salt
0.250
2.44
984
1739
171
sugar – PDS
0.002
0.07
8
12
172
sugar – other sources
0.393
13.69
898
1610
173
gur
0.025
0.89
150
279
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.09
42
79
175
honey
0.001
0.06
4
11
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.672
17.24
984
1740
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.007
0.48
28
65
181
mustard oil
0.427
36.71
979
1721
182
groundnut oil
0.001
0.10
3
12
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.04
2
6
184
refined oil
0.054
4.37
213
451
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.11
7
14
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.490
41.82
984
1739
190
eggs (no.)
1.190
4.52
181
315
191
fish, prawn
0.142
13.28
195
334
192
goat meat/mutton
0.035
8.62
49
113
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.011
1.07
11
16
194
pork
0.018
1.52
20
21
195
chicken
0.236
21.76
223
411
0.002
0.12
2
6
-
50.87
562
1000
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
3.066
27.75
981
1735
201
onion
0.858
10.88
951
1674
202
tomato
0.568
6.61
635
1190
203
brinjal
0.362
4.97
440
791
204
radish
0.308
1.89
248
437
205
carrot
0.014
0.17
16
34
206
palak/other
0.706
5.67
502
922
207
green chillies
0.098
4.10
912
1598
208
lady's finger
0.244
3.96
289
551
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.127
2.29
189
392
211
cauliflower
0.371
4.50
318
569
212
cabbage
0.392
3.10
314
579
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.365
3.93
281
497
214
peas
0.075
1.06
77
145
215
beans, barbati
0.145
2.33
195
358
216
lemon (no.)
0.423
0.85
162
303
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jharkhand
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.403
5.27
345
658
-
89.33
984
1740
banana (no.)
0.983
1.69
98
205
jackfruit
0.002
0.01
2
5
watermelon
0.025
0.35
24
41
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.014
0.18
9
23
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.055
0.80
59
126
227
singara
0.000
0.00
1
1
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.057
0.22
7
28
230
papaya
0.030
0.46
22
46
231
mango
0.111
4.02
89
179
232
kharbooza
0.002
0.04
3
5
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
2
234
berries
0.016
0.17
18
25
235
leechi
0.006
0.33
9
19
236
apple
0.037
2.71
62
141
237
grapes
0.012
0.72
31
56
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.05
3
13
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
11.76
324
639
240
coconut: copra
0.001
0.10
13
32
241
groundnut
0.002
0.21
16
42
242
dates
0.000
0.02
2
9
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.28
7
27
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.004
0.67
29
88
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.04
3
12
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.008
1.32
55
147
250
ginger (gm)
43.297
2.52
671
1271
251
garlic (gm)
65.391
4.25
915
1643
252
jeera (gm)
25.090
4.89
780
1396
253
dhania (gm)
34.549
3.57
811
1440
254
turmeric (gm)
47.890
7.50
963
1717
255
black pepper (gm)
12.959
4.28
534
970
256
dry chillies (gm)
21.982
2.60
632
1176
257
tamarind (gm)
0.905
0.06
23
36
258
curry powder (gm)
6.304
1.21
139
242
260
oilseeds (gm)
11.387
0.86
325
620
261
other spices (gm)
15.467
2.78
382
702
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jharkhand
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
285.222
34.51
984
1739
270
tea: cups (no.)
1.480
4.64
254
526
271
tea: leaf (gm)
44.314
9.13
770
1427
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.003
0.00
0
1
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.010
0.12
4
7
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.009
0.34
9
24
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.002
0.25
5
13
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.43
18
37
279
beverages: sub-total
-
14.91
847
1553
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.507
8.18
39
62
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.012
0.06
1
6
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
4.118
27.55
414
722
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
14.33
674
1228
284
other served processed food
-
0.52
30
67
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
50.66
821
1481
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
6.39
214
453
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
10.31
697
1268
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.050
4.88
371
687
293
chips (gm)
0.496
0.15
21
38
294
pickles (gm)
3.069
0.37
61
104
0.015
0.00
0
3
-
0.27
7
20
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
296
other packaged food
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
22.37
827
1492
777
total: food group
-
587.12
1000
1757
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Karnataka
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.544
8.24
752
1387
102
rice – other sources
3.078
62.93
776
1706
103
chira
0.160
4.38
469
1065
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.03
3
8
105
muri
0.086
3.18
477
1021
106
other rice products
0.006
0.13
16
66
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.432
1.44
715
1326
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.465
9.01
410
997
110
maida
0.049
1.12
224
579
111
suji, rawa
0.227
5.68
677
1470
112
sewai, noodles
0.008
0.35
45
123
113
bread: bakery
0.036
1.83
243
567
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.02
2
10
115
jowar & its products
1.391
36.93
462
923
116
bajra & its products
0.067
1.03
28
58
117
maize & its products
0.020
0.24
16
27
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.007
0.09
4
6
121
ragi & its products
1.156
13.10
437
924
122
other cereals
0.023
0.35
11
27
129
cereal: sub-total
9.755
150.06
979
2025
139
cereal substitutes
0.001
0.02
5
10
140
arhar, tur
0.366
23.03
971
2007
141
gram: split
0.097
4.61
646
1360
142
gram: whole
0.054
2.57
398
842
143
moong
0.098
6.41
627
1317
144
masur
0.017
1.00
84
152
145
urd
0.075
5.49
604
1360
146
peas
0.025
0.93
213
428
147
khesari
0.001
0.03
7
15
148
other pulses
0.116
5.01
545
1122
150
gram products
0.007
0.36
79
202
151
besan
0.035
1.58
328
738
152
other pulse products
0.024
0.96
158
317
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.914
51.97
977
2021
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.391
71.38
926
1953
161
baby food
0.001
0.14
5
34
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.004
0.85
32
48
163
curd
0.048
1.17
94
193
164
ghee
0.003
0.84
37
128
165
butter
0.002
0.56
24
54
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Karnataka
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.26
34
74
167
other milk products
-
0.04
5
10
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
75.25
961
1998
170
salt
0.264
2.44
972
2015
171
sugar – PDS
0.154
2.27
671
1256
172
sugar – other sources
0.520
16.03
881
1847
173
gur
0.156
4.99
618
1321
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.04
8
16
175
honey
0.000
0.05
7
27
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.096
25.82
979
2026
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.002
0.17
16
45
181
mustard oil
0.001
0.04
1
1
182
groundnut oil
0.148
12.13
190
427
183
coconut oil
0.013
1.36
46
104
184
refined oil
0.379
28.82
548
1176
185
edible oil: others
0.171
11.95
229
407
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.714
54.47
979
2023
190
eggs (no.)
2.391
7.53
337
689
191
fish, prawn
0.163
10.00
115
240
192
goat meat/mutton
0.095
24.12
79
183
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.023
2.29
22
36
194
pork
0.016
1.82
15
42
195
chicken
0.369
38.67
360
730
0.002
0.21
5
10
-
84.64
563
1139
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.376
5.79
699
1531
201
onion
0.888
11.10
979
2020
202
tomato
0.840
12.06
966
2007
203
brinjal
0.343
6.55
701
1438
204
radish
0.119
2.02
310
677
205
carrot
0.129
3.08
323
742
206
palak/other
0.646
11.38
845
1745
207
green chillies
0.200
5.13
918
1899
208
lady's finger
0.145
3.45
353
751
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.025
0.49
59
120
211
cauliflower
0.044
0.96
82
209
212
cabbage
0.167
2.73
318
710
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.104
2.00
177
389
214
peas
0.019
0.53
53
130
215
beans, barbati
0.204
5.23
440
930
216
lemon (no.)
2.018
3.25
650
1398
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Karnataka
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.292
6.29
473
968
-
82.10
979
2025
banana (no.)
7.179
13.50
689
1520
jackfruit
0.040
0.40
15
40
watermelon
0.028
0.36
14
40
223
pineapple (no.)
0.030
0.36
20
46
224
coconut (no.)
2.052
18.15
831
1704
225
green coconut (no.)
0.262
2.73
108
259
226
guava
0.023
0.52
36
73
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.373
1.58
69
162
230
papaya
0.028
0.42
25
79
231
mango
0.124
3.49
98
251
232
kharbooza
0.001
0.02
1
6
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.01
1
3
235
leechi
0.001
0.07
1
1
236
apple
0.059
6.11
91
287
237
grapes
0.047
2.49
103
272
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.72
83
151
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
51.93
959
1986
240
coconut: copra
0.050
4.38
283
628
241
groundnut
0.122
8.64
603
1313
242
dates
0.002
0.15
12
43
243
cashewnut
0.002
0.85
55
141
244
walnut
0.000
0.01
1
4
245
other nuts
0.005
0.50
20
43
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.67
58
157
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.14
9
26
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.185
15.36
661
1445
250
ginger (gm)
46.609
2.71
747
1575
251
garlic (gm)
91.171
6.41
971
2013
252
jeera (gm)
31.394
6.35
932
1926
253
dhania (gm)
58.110
5.52
768
1592
254
turmeric (gm)
30.332
5.37
910
1880
255
black pepper (gm)
12.661
3.55
484
1075
256
dry chillies (gm)
126.744
14.04
967
1997
257
tamarind (gm)
65.809
5.35
909
1896
258
curry powder (gm)
43.983
7.27
552
1204
260
oilseeds (gm)
32.377
2.76
852
1762
261
other spices (gm)
19.306
3.03
544
1140
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Karnataka
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
558.496
62.34
978
2024
4.805
15.41
606
1319
108.258
19.20
866
1772
0.194
0.92
45
111
18.710
3.74
204
524
274
mineral water (litre)
0.060
0.10
2
10
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.010
0.39
17
49
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.005
0.27
11
47
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.19
49
122
279
beverages: sub-total
-
41.24
985
2028
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.964
22.10
187
461
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.314
5.81
42
77
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.631
31.22
324
612
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
19.58
489
1072
284
other served processed food
-
1.36
45
108
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
80.07
776
1620
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
5.11
160
422
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
11.66
605
1257
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.055
5.94
299
672
293
chips (gm)
6.364
0.87
55
146
294
pickles (gm)
12.574
1.28
133
322
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
296
other packaged food
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
26.44
784
1669
777
total: food group
-
801.72
1000
2048
* unless otherwise specified
1.404
0.18
8
20
-
1.40
57
141
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Kerala
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.571
8.14
782
1966
102
rice – other sources
4.668
106.30
895
2403
103
chira
0.032
1.07
127
344
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.01
0
2
105
muri
0.002
0.05
6
12
106
other rice products
0.152
4.62
198
548
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.412
2.65
543
1361
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.327
8.37
447
1318
110
maida
0.073
1.75
241
670
111
suji, rawa
0.134
3.54
456
1252
112
sewai, noodles
0.012
1.06
101
320
113
bread: bakery
0.090
3.94
403
1105
114
other wheat products
0.006
0.20
15
52
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.006
0.15
26
78
122
other cereals
0.017
1.66
76
253
129
cereal: sub-total
8.503
143.51
977
2570
139
cereal substitutes
0.598
8.43
532
1404
140
arhar, tur
0.127
7.69
827
2205
141
gram: split
0.007
0.37
45
108
142
gram: whole
0.134
6.56
664
1825
143
moong
0.127
8.48
650
1780
144
masur
0.005
0.27
29
78
145
urd
0.161
11.05
755
2043
146
peas
0.048
2.03
269
725
147
khesari
0.001
0.07
10
28
148
other pulses
0.058
2.41
316
883
150
gram products
0.004
0.20
23
68
151
besan
0.003
0.19
26
80
152
other pulse products
0.020
1.93
204
565
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.697
41.23
952
2530
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.004
80.91
766
2100
161
baby food
0.005
1.34
22
75
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.015
3.39
134
368
163
curd
0.087
2.66
239
612
164
ghee
0.006
2.05
136
404
165
butter
0.000
0.08
11
37
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Kerala
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.24
84
246
167
other milk products
-
0.13
18
52
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
91.79
880
2361
170
salt
0.234
2.20
955
2515
171
sugar – PDS
0.109
1.61
283
633
172
sugar – other sources
0.681
21.19
926
2456
173
gur
0.049
1.85
286
827
174
candy, misri
0.003
0.19
29
94
175
honey
0.001
0.12
11
53
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.078
27.16
978
2572
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.002
0.17
12
31
181
mustard oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
182
groundnut oil
0.005
0.47
12
31
183
coconut oil
0.447
41.18
924
2417
184
refined oil
0.033
2.49
99
278
185
edible oil: others
0.065
4.69
203
540
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.551
49.00
974
2562
190
eggs (no.)
4.253
13.92
550
1508
191
fish, prawn
2.262
138.23
868
2293
192
goat meat/mutton
0.013
4.03
13
42
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.157
22.90
130
381
194
pork
0.015
2.31
11
27
195
chicken
0.338
33.49
204
603
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.38
6
16
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
215.26
903
2385
200
potato
0.394
7.22
709
1893
201
onion
0.815
14.67
960
2532
202
tomato
0.504
9.45
846
2254
203
brinjal
0.110
2.27
339
891
204
radish
0.003
0.09
8
17
205
carrot
0.186
5.36
498
1351
206
palak/other
0.202
4.21
562
1509
207
green chillies
0.135
4.63
926
2434
208
lady's finger
0.225
5.05
601
1595
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.057
1.34
121
351
211
cauliflower
0.016
0.46
26
81
212
cabbage
0.229
4.17
404
1076
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.242
4.02
423
1125
214
peas
0.105
3.24
187
502
215
beans, barbati
0.259
7.74
479
1309
216
lemon (no.)
0.780
1.60
161
452
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Kerala
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.876
17.68
815
2149
-
93.18
975
2564
banana (no.)
9.409
25.81
634
1746
jackfruit
0.207
1.36
72
198
222
watermelon
0.077
1.04
27
96
223
pineapple (no.)
0.066
1.13
36
104
224
coconut (no.)
5.397
48.06
930
2453
225
green coconut (no.)
0.169
1.57
39
103
226
guava
0.023
0.46
30
86
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.367
7.06
157
484
230
papaya
0.072
0.66
50
139
231
mango
0.124
4.18
99
294
232
kharbooza
0.001
0.00
1
1
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.001
0.01
1
1
236
apple
0.093
9.33
100
347
237
grapes
0.103
5.35
122
357
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.45
93
246
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
109.48
979
2570
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.02
2
6
241
groundnut
0.021
2.29
111
307
242
dates
0.018
2.81
62
216
243
cashewnut
0.007
2.70
67
238
244
walnut
0.000
0.15
2
6
245
other nuts
0.000
0.10
1
8
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.55
40
127
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.48
16
52
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.051
9.10
216
668
250
ginger (gm)
68.428
3.69
846
2267
251
garlic (gm)
63.522
5.41
918
2431
252
jeera (gm)
21.074
4.50
758
2022
253
dhania (gm)
103.004
8.34
871
2326
254
turmeric (gm)
34.071
4.92
963
2534
255
black pepper (gm)
18.052
5.64
612
1674
256
dry chillies (gm)
163.853
18.03
961
2538
257
tamarind (gm)
102.040
10.39
936
2471
258
curry powder (gm)
32.293
5.46
502
1360
260
oilseeds (gm)
38.385
2.69
948
2496
261
other spices (gm)
56.801
6.27
753
1966
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Kerala
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
701.523
75.30
974
2562
5.464
28.01
530
1354
114.453
20.65
939
2480
0.239
0.60
17
42
coffee: powder (gm)
16.104
3.45
202
577
274
mineral water (litre)
0.010
0.06
3
14
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.019
0.82
31
77
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.027
1.76
43
133
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.89
90
280
279
beverages: sub-total
-
58.23
995
2596
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
2.729
124.87
308
860
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.357
7.81
49
127
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.282
12.56
158
334
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
18.40
364
955
284
other served processed food
-
3.30
82
226
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
166.94
635
1642
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
11.63
207
594
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
19.18
590
1574
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
1313
293
chips (gm)
294
0.129
15.11
506
39.231
5.98
189
528
pickles (gm)
9.218
1.17
79
200
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.702
0.34
16
58
296
other packaged food
-
5.19
140
397
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
58.60
849
2249
777
total: food group
-
1147.22
1000
2608
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Madhya Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.468
2.18
305
701
102
rice – other sources
1.726
30.54
765
2191
103
chira
0.068
1.85
181
623
104
khoi, lawa
0.006
0.26
34
90
105
muri
0.001
0.05
8
18
106
other rice products
0.005
0.07
6
17
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.506
5.05
362
853
108
wheat/atta – other sources
6.978
81.06
878
2478
110
maida
0.027
0.52
109
357
111
suji, rawa
0.034
0.75
162
551
112
sewai, noodles
0.003
0.17
18
48
113
bread: bakery
0.016
0.71
49
152
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.01
1
3
115
jowar & its products
0.174
1.89
33
81
116
bajra & its products
0.045
0.43
23
46
117
maize & its products
0.446
4.90
145
383
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
1
2
120
small millets & its products
0.002
0.11
6
15
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.002
0.12
11
38
129
cereal: sub-total
11.508
130.66
992
2726
139
cereal substitutes
0.040
1.04
146
457
140
arhar, tur
0.335
19.79
787
2330
141
gram: split
0.116
5.06
432
1267
142
gram: whole
0.025
0.89
80
268
143
moong
0.105
6.28
472
1350
144
masur
0.071
3.20
255
661
145
urd
0.078
4.18
319
846
159
146
peas
0.016
0.50
63
147
khesari
0.012
0.33
17
54
148
other pulses
0.020
0.77
67
139
150
gram products
0.001
0.04
6
14
151
besan
0.070
3.21
431
1190
152
other pulse products
0.006
0.24
35
76
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.854
44.48
990
2723
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.043
95.40
808
2375
161
baby food
0.001
0.14
6
20
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.09
2
12
163
curd
0.002
0.09
10
30
164
ghee
0.023
7.96
152
494
165
butter
0.000
0.11
1
3
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Madhya Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.14
14
42
167
other milk products
-
0.43
36
94
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
104.36
822
2402
170
salt
0.242
2.11
989
2714
171
sugar – PDS
0.134
2.00
317
755
172
sugar – other sources
0.674
21.41
847
2447
173
gur
0.068
2.08
274
732
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.07
15
40
175
honey
0.000
0.01
2
4
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.119
27.69
993
2727
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.019
1.35
60
180
181
mustard oil
0.172
13.38
326
862
182
groundnut oil
0.005
0.44
11
33
183
coconut oil
0.002
0.11
3
8
184
refined oil
0.442
32.45
670
1875
185
edible oil: others
0.005
0.32
7
32
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.644
48.06
991
2724
190
eggs (no.)
0.786
3.16
124
343
191
fish, prawn
0.048
4.09
71
188
192
goat meat/mutton
0.024
4.53
39
111
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.001
0.16
3
6
194
pork
0.001
0.06
1
4
195
chicken
0.078
9.76
105
297
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.000
0.01
0
2
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
21.76
294
790
200
potato
1.407
13.53
980
2680
201
onion
0.755
8.17
951
2616
202
tomato
0.739
10.57
850
2397
203
brinjal
0.459
5.91
571
1528
204
radish
0.086
0.90
109
335
205
carrot
0.028
0.36
39
107
206
palak/other
0.386
4.57
441
1236
207
green chillies
0.161
4.62
822
2314
208
lady's finger
0.150
2.97
206
583
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.021
0.36
37
129
211
cauliflower
0.243
3.40
294
856
212
cabbage
0.123
1.59
157
443
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.307
3.79
324
928
214
peas
0.112
1.58
133
402
215
beans, barbati
0.046
0.84
89
265
216
lemon (no.)
0.654
0.72
142
449
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Madhya Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.353
5.42
450
1246
-
69.35
992
2725
banana (no.)
3.247
4.64
260
774
jackfruit
0.002
0.05
2
6
222
watermelon
0.076
0.86
40
116
223
pineapple (no.)
0.001
0.01
1
6
224
coconut (no.)
0.354
3.40
224
644
225
green coconut (no.)
0.010
0.09
7
24
226
guava
0.083
1.38
88
240
227
singara
0.010
0.26
20
64
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.193
0.49
24
96
230
papaya
0.109
1.86
88
258
231
mango
0.115
3.29
99
302
232
kharbooza
0.026
0.32
13
50
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.013
0.20
26
51
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
1
236
apple
0.020
1.61
28
124
262
237
grapes
0.048
2.11
90
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.75
27
87
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
21.35
645
1870
240
coconut: copra
0.005
0.50
30
93
241
groundnut
0.035
2.17
137
454
242
dates
0.005
0.28
12
36
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.50
12
64
244
walnut
0.000
0.01
0
4
245
other nuts
0.000
0.09
4
10
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.51
24
103
247
other dry fruits
0.003
0.58
8
36
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.051
4.64
170
577
250
ginger (gm)
52.530
2.76
599
1732
251
garlic (gm)
61.436
4.59
890
2447
252
jeera (gm)
32.246
5.88
898
2505
253
dhania (gm)
84.199
7.85
951
2610
254
turmeric (gm)
40.761
6.32
960
2656
255
black pepper (gm)
2.818
0.64
92
263
256
dry chillies (gm)
91.458
10.44
917
2498
257
tamarind (gm)
0.913
0.07
15
51
258
curry powder (gm)
5.330
1.38
147
401
260
oilseeds (gm)
11.363
0.89
334
913
261
other spices (gm)
27.102
5.99
598
1688
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Madhya Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
410.155
46.84
991
2723
270
tea: cups (no.)
1.619
6.27
234
769
271
tea: leaf (gm)
83.533
15.90
938
2600
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.002
0.02
1
2
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.011
0.01
0
3
274
mineral water (litre)
0.002
0.02
0
1
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.005
0.19
5
19
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.011
0.68
16
46
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.29
13
32
279
beverages: sub-total
-
23.38
963
2643
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.544
11.44
21
51
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.083
0.65
8
18
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.518
21.39
297
781
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
9.08
315
985
284
other served processed food
-
0.45
25
75
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
43.01
553
1579
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
7.32
130
418
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
9.78
584
1660
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.050
4.78
255
781
293
chips (gm)
2.341
0.35
22
67
294
pickles (gm)
2.336
0.32
27
79
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.128
0.02
2
11
296
other packaged food
-
0.44
30
84
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
23.00
713
2026
777
total: food group
-
609.61
1000
2735
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Maharashtra
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.128
7.00
433
1559
102
rice – other sources
2.110
40.75
695
3095
103
chira
0.149
4.79
516
2380
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.12
17
77
105
muri
0.034
1.38
152
677
106
other rice products
0.015
0.30
17
82
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.308
7.67
404
1446
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.005
45.39
679
2999
110
maida
0.019
0.50
85
412
111
suji, rawa
0.105
2.47
436
2022
112
sewai, noodles
0.005
0.32
27
148
113
bread: bakery
0.041
2.34
215
1048
114
other wheat products
0.011
0.20
6
15
115
jowar & its products
1.300
26.39
501
2168
116
bajra & its products
0.564
7.70
219
879
117
maize & its products
0.013
0.14
10
40
118
barley & its products
0.005
0.09
4
20
120
small millets & its products
0.015
0.60
58
295
121
ragi & its products
0.041
0.57
17
88
122
other cereals
0.009
0.15
8
39
129
cereal: sub-total
9.880
148.88
962
3987
139
cereal substitutes
0.123
6.76
613
2701
140
arhar, tur
0.367
22.98
926
3865
141
gram: split
0.135
6.13
561
2366
142
gram: whole
0.033
1.39
179
807
143
moong
0.149
9.83
727
3177
144
masur
0.056
3.19
332
1411
145
urd
0.071
4.35
392
1647
146
peas
0.013
0.57
94
466
147
khesari
0.017
0.45
47
176
148
other pulses
0.036
2.07
202
882
150
gram products
0.001
0.04
6
21
151
besan
0.080
4.06
498
2155
152
other pulse products
0.018
1.01
100
447
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.975
56.07
962
3986
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.252
89.56
839
3565
161
baby food
0.002
0.27
10
38
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.06
5
23
163
curd
0.037
1.27
157
655
164
ghee
0.008
2.68
95
489
165
butter
0.000
0.03
2
11
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Maharashtra
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.15
15
87
167
other milk products
-
0.11
17
84
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
94.13
864
3645
170
salt
0.225
2.52
957
3961
171
sugar – PDS
0.081
1.46
151
558
172
sugar – other sources
0.963
29.90
914
3834
173
gur
0.053
1.81
269
1291
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.01
1
7
175
honey
0.000
0.08
5
32
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.322
35.79
963
3995
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.009
0.78
55
286
181
mustard oil
0.001
0.13
1
5
233
182
groundnut oil
0.039
3.61
39
183
coconut oil
0.001
0.13
2
14
184
refined oil
0.882
67.01
859
3522
185
edible oil: others
0.061
4.48
69
253
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.995
76.14
962
3984
190
eggs (no.)
1.774
6.15
224
952
191
fish, prawn
0.090
8.68
125
544
192
goat meat/mutton
0.069
18.43
116
546
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.024
2.15
22
94
194
pork
0.000
0.04
0
6
195
chicken
0.207
26.19
249
1001
0.004
0.22
4
18
-
61.86
495
2052
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.822
10.34
906
3778
201
onion
0.918
10.81
957
3956
202
tomato
0.653
9.81
870
3643
203
brinjal
0.472
9.48
716
3011
204
radish
0.021
0.37
56
294
205
carrot
0.029
0.63
63
331
206
palak/other
0.709
13.87
785
3270
207
green chillies
0.254
6.72
856
3572
208
lady's finger
0.152
4.32
347
1631
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.014
0.31
24
120
211
cauliflower
0.284
6.80
552
2406
212
cabbage
0.257
4.88
481
2065
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.065
1.17
102
477
214
peas
0.030
0.64
51
260
215
beans, barbati
0.133
3.28
251
1011
216
lemon (no.)
2.103
2.73
468
2121
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Maharashtra
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.415
9.01
565
2336
-
95.24
962
3984
banana (no.)
7.032
12.95
520
2270
jackfruit
0.002
0.04
2
14
watermelon
0.092
1.46
50
245
223
pineapple (no.)
0.006
0.11
5
31
224
coconut (no.)
0.233
2.47
152
716
225
green coconut (no.)
0.089
1.07
40
190
226
guava
0.049
0.98
65
249
227
singara
0.002
0.10
5
24
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.235
0.76
26
139
230
papaya
0.042
0.81
45
186
231
mango
0.141
6.18
106
495
232
kharbooza
0.010
0.24
7
23
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.02
1
4
234
berries
0.012
0.16
16
66
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.082
8.80
129
687
237
grapes
0.069
3.30
109
551
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.38
85
409
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
41.81
764
3317
240
coconut: copra
0.103
9.61
659
2914
241
groundnut
0.342
25.12
843
3545
242
dates
0.008
0.66
27
179
243
cashewnut
0.002
1.23
20
148
244
walnut
0.001
0.22
6
43
245
other nuts
0.000
0.10
3
21
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.004
0.94
24
154
247
other dry fruits
0.003
0.37
10
63
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.464
38.26
884
3703
250
ginger (gm)
65.876
4.71
771
3297
251
garlic (gm)
113.085
9.31
946
3923
252
jeera (gm)
37.401
7.20
886
3712
253
dhania (gm)
37.324
3.84
604
2576
254
turmeric (gm)
44.776
8.64
924
3853
255
black pepper (gm)
6.578
1.27
173
721
256
dry chillies (gm)
120.446
15.35
901
3723
257
tamarind (gm)
3.982
0.40
82
405
258
curry powder (gm)
28.721
5.50
463
2004
260
oilseeds (gm)
29.301
2.82
621
2652
261
other spices (gm)
44.280
7.92
616
2542
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Maharashtra
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
531.769
67.01
962
3985
3.164
16.08
433
2019
106.723
22.47
951
3944
0.022
0.04
1
9
coffee: powder (gm)
0.292
0.07
3
19
274
mineral water (litre)
0.014
0.15
5
29
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.006
0.26
9
49
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.003
0.20
6
54
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.22
7
46
279
beverages: sub-total
-
39.49
976
4001
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.361
13.94
37
182
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.072
1.17
8
25
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.128
28.08
275
1097
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
14.71
368
1634
284
other served processed food
-
0.75
21
89
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
58.65
579
2440
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
5.79
123
614
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
14.85
631
2741
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.052
5.34
207
966
293
chips (gm)
5.498
1.08
65
334
294
pickles (gm)
6.985
1.02
78
426
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.327
0.07
4
26
296
other packaged food
-
0.47
20
84
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
28.62
757
3222
777
total: food group
-
848.72
1000
4030
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Manipur
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
101
rice – P.D.S.
102
rice – other sources
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
in sample
households
(5)
(6)
0.194
2.18
55
74
13.820
290.58
984
1362
103
chira
0.017
0.36
2
3
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.01
1
2
105
muri
0.003
0.11
13
21
106
other rice products
0.000
0.03
4
5
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.000
0.00
0
0
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.004
0.11
16
26
110
maida
0.001
0.02
5
9
111
suji, rawa
0.001
0.04
7
14
112
sewai, noodles
0.004
0.42
45
68
113
bread: bakery
0.073
2.76
170
262
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
1
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.003
0.08
10
17
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.025
0.62
2
2
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.002
0.06
7
6
129
cereal: sub-total
14.147
297.37
988
1372
139
cereal substitutes
0.005
0.18
16
26
140
arhar, tur
0.014
1.10
125
226
141
gram: split
0.019
0.83
97
135
142
gram: whole
0.015
0.59
87
154
143
moong
0.017
1.28
129
205
144
masur
0.090
6.13
544
737
145
urd
0.025
1.32
178
223
146
peas
0.103
3.85
489
705
147
khesari
0.003
0.10
14
19
148
other pulses
0.063
2.59
304
397
150
gram products
0.003
0.12
13
15
151
besan
0.022
1.03
223
343
152
other pulse products
0.032
1.33
200
299
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.404
20.28
950
1325
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.252
5.99
154
256
161
baby food
0.003
0.69
14
26
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.052
13.61
402
606
163
curd
0.000
0.02
0
1
164
ghee
0.000
0.08
5
12
165
butter
0.000
0.02
1
5
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Manipur
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
in sample
households
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.08
8
17
167
other milk products
-
0.04
4
7
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
20.53
533
797
170
salt
0.264
3.37
984
1363
171
sugar – PDS
0.026
0.43
68
78
172
sugar – other sources
0.230
8.72
802
1143
173
gur
0.004
0.18
11
14
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.000
0.07
6
14
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.524
12.78
987
1371
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.003
0.37
9
16
181
mustard oil
0.344
33.88
920
1257
182
groundnut oil
0.004
0.50
10
10
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.007
0.69
12
31
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.10
6
7
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.359
35.54
955
1319
190
eggs (no.)
1.671
9.12
268
421
191
fish, prawn
0.462
67.52
663
898
192
goat meat/mutton
0.001
0.25
3
5
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.134
21.60
139
239
194
pork
0.063
10.14
75
131
195
chicken
0.171
27.65
192
291
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.120
19.92
471
590
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
156.21
936
1295
200
potato
1.110
19.41
946
1309
201
onion
0.279
7.25
780
1093
202
tomato
0.163
4.33
293
443
203
brinjal
0.250
5.03
319
391
204
radish
0.009
0.11
12
20
205
carrot
0.057
0.83
53
70
206
palak/other
1.270
24.31
811
1163
207
green chillies
0.082
4.57
329
427
208
lady's finger
0.052
1.24
77
115
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.000
0.00
0
1
211
cauliflower
0.138
2.74
125
198
212
cabbage
0.594
7.93
417
605
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.314
3.12
227
350
214
peas
0.070
2.38
144
214
215
beans, barbati
0.145
3.48
212
263
216
lemon (no.)
0.080
0.10
19
31
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Manipur
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
in sample
households
(5)
(6)
1.032
21.54
819
1138
-
108.36
988
1372
banana (no.)
3.235
5.25
216
369
jackfruit
0.085
0.97
38
34
watermelon
0.028
0.53
17
33
108
223
pineapple (no.)
0.124
1.02
53
224
coconut (no.)
0.017
0.22
11
8
225
green coconut (no.)
0.005
0.10
4
4
226
guava
0.032
0.39
34
44
227
singara
0.059
0.34
16
27
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.219
0.96
52
95
230
papaya
0.095
1.25
48
60
231
mango
0.037
1.77
35
62
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.001
0.07
3
4
236
apple
0.035
2.00
29
59
237
grapes
0.002
0.31
4
13
238
other fresh fruits
-
5.07
305
451
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
20.23
552
854
240
coconut: copra
0.001
0.05
2
4
241
groundnut
0.006
0.68
23
35
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
1
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.01
1
5
247
other dry fruits
0.018
1.61
112
162
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.025
2.36
134
201
250
ginger (gm)
130.387
4.19
758
1062
251
garlic (gm)
80.574
6.49
734
1073
252
jeera (gm)
6.393
1.32
250
354
253
dhania (gm)
13.926
2.08
167
257
254
turmeric (gm)
38.436
4.63
745
1084
255
black pepper (gm)
1.080
0.23
13
14
256
dry chillies (gm)
79.780
15.43
838
1243
257
tamarind (gm)
0.493
0.06
5
7
258
curry powder (gm)
8.145
1.66
247
385
260
oilseeds (gm)
0.115
0.03
8
10
261
other spices (gm)
49.017
6.90
689
941
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Manipur
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
in sample
households
(5)
(6)
408.348
43.04
987
1369
tea: cups (no.)
5.061
20.85
585
828
271
tea: leaf (gm)
52.512
10.75
806
1118
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.003
0.03
1
4
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.142
0.08
3
11
274
mineral water (litre)
0.026
0.39
19
44
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.004
0.19
7
17
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.014
0.95
27
44
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.76
24
35
279
beverages: sub-total
-
34.00
927
1288
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.533
13.84
64
89
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.076
4.06
10
15
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.293
2.93
57
74
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
14.29
417
539
284
other served processed food
-
0.54
22
40
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
35.66
482
647
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
4.42
262
352
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
13.22
641
891
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.026
2.83
127
179
293
chips (gm)
6.951
2.14
148
230
294
pickles (gm)
0.971
0.27
9
16
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.616
0.17
5
6
296
other packaged food
-
3.20
176
260
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
26.24
800
1120
777
total: food group
-
812.78
1000
1376
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Meghalaya
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
(3)
value (Rs)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
3.152
28.27
685
526
102
rice – other sources
6.692
125.89
925
814
103
chira
0.026
1.02
122
105
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.019
0.80
148
115
106
other rice products
0.026
0.51
66
61
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.006
0.08
17
10
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.159
3.30
423
386
110
maida
0.016
0.34
75
84
111
suji, rawa
0.015
0.37
80
103
112
sewai, noodles
0.009
0.80
83
94
113
bread: bakery
0.131
5.51
550
493
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.04
7
4
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.036
0.46
62
47
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.01
3
2
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
1
2
129
cereal: sub-total
10.289
167.40
985
853
139
cereal substitutes
0.171
1.82
235
191
140
arhar, tur
0.006
0.37
34
35
141
gram: split
0.009
0.50
64
67
142
gram: whole
0.004
0.19
16
19
143
moong
0.023
1.81
137
136
144
masur
0.237
13.61
824
735
145
urd
0.001
0.07
9
5
146
peas
0.003
0.13
18
18
147
khesari
0.002
0.09
13
9
148
other pulses
0.000
0.03
4
7
150
gram products
0.003
0.17
8
9
151
besan
0.005
0.20
43
52
152
other pulse products
0.016
0.80
126
90
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.309
17.95
877
769
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.984
29.74
478
440
161
baby food
0.009
2.26
48
42
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.022
6.18
274
282
163
curd
0.000
0.02
4
4
164
ghee
0.000
0.03
3
6
165
butter
0.003
0.87
93
114
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Meghalaya
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.33
54
50
167
other milk products
-
0.31
49
42
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
39.74
718
660
170
salt
0.229
2.70
985
853
171
sugar – PDS
0.214
3.84
620
479
172
sugar – other sources
0.376
13.57
812
724
173
gur
0.003
0.15
25
23
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.000
0.04
5
5
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.823
20.31
985
853
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.004
0.34
16
24
181
mustard oil
0.375
33.72
967
831
182
groundnut oil
0.000
0.02
1
2
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.014
1.28
66
65
185
edible oil: others
0.024
1.63
370
323
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.417
36.99
985
852
190
eggs (no.)
1.890
8.67
379
365
191
fish, prawn
0.403
56.75
690
596
192
goat meat/mutton
0.013
2.46
18
21
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.419
62.64
587
523
194
pork
0.232
38.54
376
371
195
chicken
0.168
23.13
161
146
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.113
5.75
164
118
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
197.93
985
852
200
potato
1.409
18.71
976
842
201
onion
0.423
9.57
980
847
202
tomato
0.382
8.83
622
541
203
brinjal
0.349
4.74
388
326
204
radish
0.112
1.51
114
99
205
carrot
0.056
1.62
146
154
206
palak/other
1.028
15.75
916
782
207
green chillies
0.156
8.15
905
784
208
lady's finger
0.057
1.33
107
92
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.011
0.24
30
27
211
cauliflower
0.152
2.13
149
132
212
cabbage
0.420
6.21
456
375
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.572
8.78
539
463
214
peas
0.020
0.65
50
49
215
beans, barbati
0.175
4.40
333
273
216
lemon (no.)
0.473
1.26
191
174
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Meghalaya
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
(3)
value (Rs)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
1.170
18.74
822
703
-
112.63
985
853
banana (no.)
2.394
5.37
267
260
jackfruit
0.062
0.53
33
17
222
watermelon
0.012
0.17
8
11
223
pineapple (no.)
0.130
1.85
88
87
224
coconut (no.)
0.058
0.50
33
26
225
green coconut (no.)
0.059
0.50
34
27
226
guava
0.018
0.55
26
30
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.017
3.87
168
170
230
papaya
0.077
0.99
62
43
231
mango
0.040
1.62
44
42
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.014
0.32
21
19
234
berries
0.004
0.17
10
6
235
leechi
0.029
0.61
32
28
236
apple
0.009
1.00
16
21
237
grapes
0.000
0.02
1
2
238
other fresh fruits
-
6.45
387
324
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
24.50
801
704
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.03
1
3
241
groundnut
0.002
0.15
19
10
242
dates
0.001
0.06
5
2
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.12
2
4
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.001
0.16
11
12
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.02
2
4
247
other dry fruits
0.003
0.17
8
15
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.007
0.71
47
48
250
ginger (gm)
120.361
6.45
975
844
251
garlic (gm)
68.373
7.35
956
837
252
jeera (gm)
3.151
0.70
155
129
253
dhania (gm)
9.792
1.03
187
163
254
turmeric (gm)
34.414
4.96
950
816
255
black pepper (gm)
4.378
1.34
266
216
256
dry chillies (gm)
3.603
0.59
148
131
257
tamarind (gm)
0.142
0.01
2
6
258
curry powder (gm)
3.884
0.97
177
168
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.136
0.03
6
6
17.288
3.43
550
472
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Meghalaya
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
265.521
26.91
985
853
4.837
18.91
864
736
118.489
27.83
971
845
0.001
0.01
0
1
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.006
0.12
8
8
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.016
0.74
37
33
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.015
0.88
36
37
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.61
33
41
279
beverages: sub-total
-
49.09
1000
856
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.322
11.27
173
182
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.002
0.06
2
2
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.725
13.34
240
180
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
18.37
617
537
284
other served processed food
-
4.29
203
178
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
47.32
816
703
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
6.24
306
278
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
23.85
892
759
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
293
chips (gm)
294
0.015
2.50
163
157
19.608
3.61
218
218
pickles (gm)
1.590
0.28
21
28
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.725
0.11
8
7
296
other packaged food
-
5.82
293
249
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
42.39
957
822
777
total: food group
-
785.68
1000
856
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Mizoram
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
6.728
52.91
972
603
102
rice – other sources
5.957
115.35
850
556
103
chira
0.063
1.30
7
2
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.050
0.58
67
46
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.024
0.53
17
17
110
maida
0.001
0.03
2
3
111
suji, rawa
0.003
0.11
6
9
112
sewai, noodles
0.006
0.57
23
43
113
bread: bakery
0.066
3.31
154
128
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.004
0.05
3
2
117
maize & its products
0.148
2.82
71
38
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
13.048
177.56
999
639
139
cereal substitutes
0.068
1.06
108
61
140
arhar, tur
0.000
0.00
0
0
141
gram: split
0.000
0.01
1
1
142
gram: whole
0.018
0.63
67
54
143
moong
0.018
1.38
34
20
144
masur
0.353
28.15
829
561
145
urd
0.002
0.17
10
6
146
peas
0.003
0.14
11
8
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.044
1.67
101
61
150
gram products
0.002
0.15
5
6
151
besan
0.000
0.00
0
0
152
other pulse products
0.012
0.41
37
29
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.451
32.71
933
617
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.535
19.62
204
219
161
baby food
0.002
0.42
13
14
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.075
20.70
498
357
163
curd
0.000
0.02
0
1
164
ghee
0.000
0.06
4
6
165
butter
0.001
0.17
10
13
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Mizoram
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.23
23
16
167
other milk products
-
0.54
21
23
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
41.77
684
545
170
salt
0.247
3.64
994
637
171
sugar – PDS
0.460
6.38
803
497
172
sugar – other sources
0.201
9.09
493
361
173
gur
0.048
2.09
171
138
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.01
1
1
175
honey
0.000
0.05
2
1
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.957
21.27
997
639
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.030
2.62
56
45
181
mustard oil
0.117
10.98
175
124
182
groundnut oil
0.071
6.22
113
58
183
coconut oil
0.004
0.33
8
6
184
refined oil
0.295
24.50
463
304
185
edible oil: others
0.130
10.92
165
104
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.648
55.56
971
630
190
eggs (no.)
3.531
17.14
498
369
191
fish, prawn
0.176
24.72
193
138
192
goat meat/mutton
0.003
0.56
3
3
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.054
9.46
45
44
194
pork
0.574
93.48
482
368
195
chicken
0.235
38.95
200
110
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.186
17.54
210
122
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
201.86
971
626
200
potato
1.195
25.61
816
560
201
onion
0.298
10.38
917
614
202
tomato
0.151
7.12
228
212
203
brinjal
0.914
20.57
753
463
204
radish
0.020
0.21
22
11
205
carrot
0.022
0.95
44
37
206
palak/other
2.370
71.44
989
634
207
green chillies
0.163
12.66
822
525
208
lady's finger
0.106
3.49
135
89
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.042
0.47
49
26
211
cauliflower
0.045
1.64
53
53
212
cabbage
0.201
5.96
226
171
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.909
13.17
519
314
214
peas
0.040
1.33
53
29
215
beans, barbati
0.115
4.32
173
129
216
lemon (no.)
0.213
0.60
52
38
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Mizoram
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.757
20.21
483
343
-
200.08
997
639
banana (no.)
3.083
6.55
284
226
jackfruit
0.031
0.26
8
4
222
watermelon
0.049
0.98
23
10
223
pineapple (no.)
0.106
1.62
58
51
224
coconut (no.)
0.001
0.02
1
1
225
green coconut (no.)
0.001
0.01
0
1
226
guava
0.003
0.04
3
5
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.608
2.40
81
61
230
papaya
0.234
3.63
120
70
231
mango
0.133
2.71
132
80
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.01
0
1
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.001
0.02
2
2
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.001
0.12
2
3
237
grapes
0.000
0.00
0
0
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.73
189
141
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
22.11
624
425
240
coconut: copra
0.002
0.17
5
3
241
groundnut
0.000
0.01
1
1
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.40
20
15
247
other dry fruits
0.010
0.68
30
29
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.014
1.27
55
46
250
ginger (gm)
202.270
5.83
659
423
251
garlic (gm)
53.859
6.78
491
367
252
jeera (gm)
0.174
0.05
9
5
253
dhania (gm)
3.760
0.53
57
28
254
turmeric (gm)
50.176
8.73
896
593
255
black pepper (gm)
0.433
0.09
10
6
256
dry chillies (gm)
16.630
2.51
188
136
257
tamarind (gm)
2.053
0.08
16
9
258
curry powder (gm)
4.980
0.67
84
65
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.000
0.00
0
0
38.244
4.82
320
210
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Mizoram
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
372.579
30.14
999
639
2.171
6.09
249
234
123.943
26.16
988
627
0.011
0.04
1
1
0.011
0.02
0
1
274
mineral water (litre)
0.001
0.02
1
1
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.005
0.26
6
7
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.003
0.14
4
6
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.26
30
18
279
beverages: sub-total
-
34.00
994
636
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.030
2.05
16
29
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.219
2.05
25
13
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
4.002
32.72
344
214
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
8.08
112
91
284
other served processed food
-
0.88
20
20
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
45.78
489
334
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
4.17
181
146
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
22.73
656
455
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.001
0.13
9
4
293
chips (gm)
1.857
0.36
18
10
294
pickles (gm)
5.246
0.71
31
28
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.261
0.06
3
2
296
other packaged food
-
1.64
83
64
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
29.79
752
511
777
total: food group
-
894.94
1000
640
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Nagaland
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
101
rice – P.D.S.
102
rice – other sources
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.830
12.21
147
72
12.249
286.25
991
669
103
chira
0.000
0.00
0
0
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.001
0.03
7
4
106
other rice products
0.001
0.02
2
4
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.000
0.00
1
1
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.007
0.15
12
14
110
maida
0.012
0.29
37
31
111
suji, rawa
0.000
0.02
4
4
112
sewai, noodles
0.017
1.74
145
140
113
bread: bakery
0.091
4.46
250
210
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.01
1
1
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.129
1.17
78
54
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.05
4
6
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.004
0.18
21
21
129
cereal: sub-total
13.343
306.59
1000
672
139
cereal substitutes
0.022
0.17
25
18
140
arhar, tur
0.014
0.84
48
38
141
gram: split
0.001
0.07
12
10
142
gram: whole
0.005
0.28
22
25
143
moong
0.033
2.24
163
123
144
masur
0.169
10.77
699
522
145
urd
0.000
0.03
4
3
146
peas
0.003
0.15
30
27
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.061
2.15
150
87
150
gram products
0.000
0.01
4
4
151
besan
0.000
0.01
1
1
152
other pulse products
0.122
5.43
437
328
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.409
21.98
932
650
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.161
3.78
51
51
161
baby food
0.012
2.81
38
28
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.273
80.46
889
619
163
curd
0.000
0.02
2
3
164
ghee
0.001
0.13
13
10
165
butter
0.002
0.56
38
50
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Nagaland
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.09
2
4
167
other milk products
-
0.16
8
11
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
88.00
905
634
170
salt
0.220
2.78
999
670
171
sugar – PDS
0.005
0.11
14
8
172
sugar – other sources
0.306
12.53
973
659
173
gur
0.003
0.07
8
3
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.003
0.81
22
18
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.537
16.30
1000
672
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.001
0.11
3
4
181
mustard oil
0.250
22.81
873
572
182
groundnut oil
0.001
0.15
5
4
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.007
0.59
21
25
185
edible oil: others
0.004
0.34
16
24
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.263
23.99
900
607
190
eggs (no.)
3.172
14.64
346
253
191
fish, prawn
0.285
31.78
229
169
192
goat meat/mutton
0.022
2.96
18
8
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.576
60.40
383
252
194
pork
0.998
135.62
669
494
195
chicken
0.226
34.97
179
139
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.066
7.93
73
46
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
288.31
998
671
200
potato
1.401
27.18
937
648
201
onion
0.275
10.23
835
594
202
tomato
0.427
15.76
730
537
203
brinjal
0.322
6.89
257
187
204
radish
0.002
0.04
2
2
205
carrot
0.034
1.21
37
29
206
palak/other
2.148
41.32
915
622
207
green chillies
0.252
12.48
890
603
208
lady's finger
0.009
0.26
9
18
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.000
0.00
0
1
211
cauliflower
0.135
3.45
153
103
212
cabbage
0.472
9.30
407
270
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.524
7.88
369
247
214
peas
0.021
0.88
37
32
215
beans, barbati
0.117
3.17
119
86
216
lemon (no.)
0.097
0.29
17
17
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Nagaland
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
1.564
29.54
823
571
-
169.89
1000
672
banana (no.)
3.699
8.24
273
173
jackfruit
0.003
0.05
2
3
222
watermelon
0.034
1.11
17
15
223
pineapple (no.)
0.134
3.14
92
64
224
coconut (no.)
0.003
0.07
2
1
225
green coconut (no.)
0.002
0.03
1
1
226
guava
0.074
1.93
63
56
227
singara
0.001
0.03
1
2
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.185
4.31
103
83
230
papaya
0.043
0.93
29
28
231
mango
0.030
1.61
24
20
232
kharbooza
0.009
0.21
3
3
233
pears/nashpati
0.005
0.11
6
9
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.001
0.07
2
6
236
apple
0.056
6.95
59
84
237
grapes
0.004
0.62
6
7
238
other fresh fruits
-
6.61
193
153
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
36.00
643
466
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.02
1
2
244
walnut
0.001
0.06
1
1
245
other nuts
0.000
0.05
2
3
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.14
4
4
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.46
17
15
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.004
0.73
24
24
250
ginger (gm)
162.147
8.83
796
538
251
garlic (gm)
82.011
9.90
723
518
252
jeera (gm)
0.200
0.06
5
6
253
dhania (gm)
2.499
0.51
66
56
254
turmeric (gm)
6.902
1.50
275
214
255
black pepper (gm)
0.181
0.03
2
3
256
dry chillies (gm)
72.610
9.51
643
454
257
tamarind (gm)
0.263
0.03
4
4
258
curry powder (gm)
9.776
1.98
124
104
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.009
0.00
0
1
30.693
4.55
370
267
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Nagaland
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
367.291
36.88
937
649
0.794
3.98
151
133
163.270
33.55
987
666
0.515
0.60
5
4
coffee: powder (gm)
0.378
0.32
6
11
274
mineral water (litre)
0.017
0.24
10
12
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.007
0.30
9
13
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.015
1.14
17
29
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.73
29
24
279
beverages: sub-total
-
40.86
990
670
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.127
12.23
37
41
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.005
0.41
2
2
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.028
0.85
14
6
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
6.42
148
119
284
other served processed food
-
4.55
94
66
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
24.46
271
207
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
5.69
134
125
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
28.12
576
443
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.008
0.88
26
21
293
chips (gm)
6.629
1.99
81
63
294
pickles (gm)
1.051
0.22
7
5
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.402
0.11
2
4
296
other packaged food
-
3.85
138
105
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
40.85
714
529
777
total: food group
-
1095.00
1000
672
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Odisha
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
3.649
7.67
544
1416
102
rice – other sources
8.490
134.14
916
2752
103
chira
0.225
4.66
451
1434
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.13
18
56
105
muri
0.190
6.10
441
1373
106
other rice products
0.003
0.03
3
4
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.167
1.40
106
373
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.506
9.87
501
1655
110
maida
0.010
0.21
38
121
111
suji, rawa
0.081
1.82
374
1314
112
sewai, noodles
0.005
0.25
40
201
113
bread: bakery
0.011
0.42
99
364
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.17
6
9
115
jowar & its products
0.003
0.03
2
9
116
bajra & its products
0.001
0.01
1
2
117
maize & its products
0.009
0.07
11
36
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.002
0.03
2
6
121
ragi & its products
0.049
0.63
58
151
122
other cereals
0.008
0.18
18
73
129
cereal: sub-total
13.416
167.84
998
2970
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.01
1
7
140
arhar, tur
0.163
10.60
523
1782
141
gram: split
0.036
1.75
163
490
142
gram: whole
0.011
0.44
52
169
143
moong
0.175
9.84
567
1724
144
masur
0.064
3.37
305
775
145
urd
0.049
2.21
219
681
146
peas
0.030
0.96
196
649
147
khesari
0.006
0.26
15
45
148
other pulses
0.039
1.22
132
389
150
gram products
0.000
0.02
4
13
151
besan
0.021
0.93
174
655
152
other pulse products
0.016
0.69
73
179
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.610
32.31
979
2939
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.198
21.94
432
1477
161
baby food
0.006
1.58
31
110
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.008
1.74
101
321
163
curd
0.002
0.07
13
58
164
ghee
0.001
0.21
23
109
165
butter
0.000
0.01
1
2
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Odisha
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.11
28
112
167
other milk products
-
0.10
19
67
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
25.75
537
1779
170
salt
0.309
2.90
991
2952
171
sugar – PDS
0.102
1.59
314
803
172
sugar – other sources
0.293
10.02
736
2336
173
gur
0.017
0.65
138
454
174
candy, misri
0.003
0.13
42
140
175
honey
0.001
0.11
14
49
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.724
15.41
997
2965
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.005
0.42
42
166
181
mustard oil
0.204
17.40
606
1866
182
groundnut oil
0.004
0.32
12
35
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.03
3
11
184
refined oil
0.189
13.45
519
1621
185
edible oil: others
0.036
2.35
112
314
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.437
33.97
993
2958
190
eggs (no.)
1.335
4.93
216
683
191
fish, prawn
0.438
36.28
576
1732
192
goat meat/mutton
0.022
5.78
29
132
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.001
0.10
1
6
194
pork
0.000
0.03
0
4
195
chicken
0.102
12.53
129
410
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.013
0.95
26
58
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
60.61
740
2248
200
potato
2.271
22.02
991
2951
201
onion
0.685
9.55
980
2927
202
tomato
0.630
9.16
809
2512
203
brinjal
0.786
12.01
796
2445
204
radish
0.098
0.88
119
360
205
carrot
0.012
0.19
22
79
206
palak/other
0.892
9.93
790
2333
207
green chillies
0.080
3.49
800
2420
208
lady's finger
0.153
3.21
246
785
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.158
3.16
218
693
211
cauliflower
0.280
3.34
234
725
212
cabbage
0.335
3.16
283
839
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.395
3.90
489
1489
214
peas
0.007
0.17
17
70
215
beans, barbati
0.147
2.82
239
840
216
lemon (no.)
1.521
1.92
403
1372
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Odisha
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.974
12.82
783
2386
-
101.72
995
2963
banana (no.)
2.631
4.87
377
1232
jackfruit
0.098
0.55
16
45
222
watermelon
0.046
0.41
24
89
223
pineapple (no.)
0.015
0.21
10
33
224
coconut (no.)
0.460
4.47
326
1018
225
green coconut (no.)
0.032
0.35
24
84
226
guava
0.023
0.33
29
96
227
singara
0.000
0.01
1
2
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.071
0.37
19
71
230
papaya
0.070
0.95
55
184
231
mango
0.188
4.59
145
477
232
kharbooza
0.009
0.19
8
21
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.01
0
2
234
berries
0.002
0.02
4
9
235
leechi
0.000
0.01
0
6
236
apple
0.028
2.41
58
252
237
grapes
0.012
0.81
38
181
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.56
33
96
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
21.10
636
2015
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
1
241
groundnut
0.014
0.74
67
200
242
dates
0.002
0.07
6
26
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.09
4
27
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
4
245
other nuts
0.000
0.02
3
6
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.09
9
48
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.03
3
13
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.017
1.04
84
284
250
ginger (gm)
57.214
3.27
822
2486
251
garlic (gm)
63.608
4.58
948
2840
252
jeera (gm)
24.609
4.88
831
2536
253
dhania (gm)
9.196
0.96
280
864
254
turmeric (gm)
37.606
6.70
982
2925
255
black pepper (gm)
0.710
0.19
31
118
256
dry chillies (gm)
30.982
3.61
890
2678
257
tamarind (gm)
12.102
0.42
120
366
258
curry powder (gm)
12.732
2.83
446
1459
260
oilseeds (gm)
37.667
2.49
821
2457
261
other spices (gm)
24.816
3.33
643
1962
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Odisha
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
311.242
33.23
994
2961
270
tea: cups (no.)
1.885
5.34
250
872
271
tea: leaf (gm)
37.318
8.52
761
2418
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.033
0.05
4
14
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.002
0.00
0
3
274
mineral water (litre)
0.007
0.08
5
37
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.014
0.55
21
123
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.004
0.16
10
32
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.45
42
142
279
beverages: sub-total
-
15.15
824
2576
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.287
8.22
65
258
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.058
1.30
10
26
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.584
14.89
322
881
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
16.94
592
1875
284
other served processed food
-
1.44
77
261
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
42.78
763
2326
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
2.68
129
456
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
10.90
671
2057
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.080
6.63
456
1472
293
chips (gm)
0.525
0.09
12
58
294
pickles (gm)
6.121
0.51
89
290
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.329
0.03
3
13
296
other packaged food
-
1.29
71
261
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
22.13
825
2512
777
total: food group
-
573.05
1000
2972
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Punjab
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.001
0.02
2
5
102
rice – other sources
0.843
21.59
862
1353
103
chira
0.000
0.00
1
1
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.153
4.76
228
327
108
wheat/atta – other sources
7.055
88.91
945
1493
110
maida
0.010
0.21
28
46
111
suji, rawa
0.026
0.58
179
276
112
sewai, noodles
0.007
0.62
64
126
113
bread: bakery
0.050
1.89
263
475
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.03
6
10
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.008
0.16
9
10
117
maize & its products
0.125
2.36
172
281
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.01
2
7
129
cereal: sub-total
9.280
121.14
980
1544
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.008
0.52
47
78
141
gram: split
0.182
7.91
860
1360
142
gram: whole
0.160
6.84
813
1298
143
moong
0.151
10.68
880
1405
144
masur
0.105
6.83
791
1248
145
urd
0.083
5.11
531
812
146
peas
0.001
0.05
6
11
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
1
2
148
other pulses
0.081
4.96
467
735
150
gram products
0.000
0.03
5
19
151
besan
0.105
4.98
690
1084
152
other pulse products
0.022
1.36
150
228
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
160
milk: liquid (litre)
161
162
0.898
49.28
980
1544
11.993
320.31
979
1536
baby food
0.002
0.32
10
18
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.34
4
10
163
curd
0.049
1.97
106
146
164
ghee
0.033
9.79
174
301
165
butter
0.001
0.11
4
8
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Punjab
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.46
19
42
167
other milk products
-
0.33
18
35
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
333.62
981
1541
170
salt
0.210
2.78
977
1540
171
sugar – PDS
0.009
0.27
6
10
172
sugar – other sources
1.747
58.92
964
1523
173
gur
0.106
3.76
219
350
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.02
2
8
175
honey
0.000
0.10
6
11
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
2.072
65.85
981
1545
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.251
18.64
589
912
181
mustard oil
0.435
34.96
829
1280
182
groundnut oil
0.005
0.39
10
16
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.164
13.38
308
549
185
edible oil: others
0.002
0.19
6
10
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.858
67.57
980
1542
190
eggs (no.)
0.669
2.65
86
161
191
fish, prawn
0.001
0.18
3
4
192
goat meat/mutton
0.015
3.31
10
17
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.00
0
0
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.046
6.73
55
102
0.000
0.00
0
1
-
12.87
126
228
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.947
17.92
978
1538
201
onion
1.513
19.64
979
1541
202
tomato
0.587
12.21
761
1230
203
brinjal
0.289
5.21
327
501
204
radish
0.449
3.32
309
487
205
carrot
0.380
4.54
306
469
206
palak/other
0.433
5.06
292
480
207
green chillies
0.112
3.60
631
983
208
lady's finger
0.294
6.59
320
497
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.017
0.22
11
17
211
cauliflower
0.571
8.45
478
754
212
cabbage
0.058
0.70
59
87
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.665
10.52
492
771
214
peas
0.304
6.02
350
557
215
beans, barbati
0.050
1.32
55
108
216
lemon (no.)
1.362
2.25
187
305
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Punjab
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.736
13.28
539
849
-
120.82
980
1544
banana (no.)
3.440
10.76
264
474
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.058
0.55
21
44
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
1
224
coconut (no.)
0.000
0.01
0
1
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.088
1.64
63
98
227
singara
0.001
0.03
2
3
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.177
3.94
121
177
230
papaya
0.071
1.54
39
75
231
mango
0.198
7.06
123
222
232
kharbooza
0.044
0.54
27
51
233
pears/nashpati
0.006
0.09
4
9
234
berries
0.002
0.04
2
8
235
leechi
0.000
0.03
1
3
236
apple
0.165
9.36
136
258
237
grapes
0.049
3.08
61
110
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.83
62
118
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
41.48
595
1020
240
coconut: copra
0.001
0.10
3
7
241
groundnut
0.084
5.86
123
188
242
dates
0.002
0.16
10
18
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.44
11
23
244
walnut
0.001
0.21
6
9
245
other nuts
0.001
0.61
18
39
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.36
19
38
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.68
12
23
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.095
8.41
161
264
250
ginger (gm)
88.135
4.59
686
1105
251
garlic (gm)
62.741
4.72
668
1086
252
jeera (gm)
25.576
5.24
596
953
253
dhania (gm)
29.318
3.02
429
704
254
turmeric (gm)
73.617
12.91
974
1531
255
black pepper (gm)
6.322
1.86
178
296
256
dry chillies (gm)
55.765
8.85
844
1353
257
tamarind (gm)
4.403
0.25
32
39
258
curry powder (gm)
0.406
0.08
4
9
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.032
0.00
1
4
53.640
12.09
665
1051
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Punjab
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
399.955
53.62
980
1544
2.558
12.72
287
375
157.282
32.89
976
1538
0.000
0.00
0
0
0.281
0.28
12
24
274
mineral water (litre)
0.001
0.01
1
5
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.237
7.66
136
264
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.032
2.17
33
67
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.32
8
12
279
beverages: sub-total
-
56.05
1000
1551
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.370
11.39
37
39
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.104
3.45
12
16
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.351
23.39
203
279
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
15.58
389
687
284
other served processed food
-
0.90
33
68
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
54.70
556
897
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
12.75
139
258
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
19.47
807
1287
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.104
10.47
478
826
293
chips (gm)
8.947
2.39
103
188
294
pickles (gm)
6.103
0.61
43
74
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
3.706
0.47
24
58
296
other packaged food
-
1.31
46
92
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
47.46
860
1388
777
total: food group
-
1032.87
1000
1552
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Rajasthan
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.005
0.09
8
15
102
rice – other sources
0.230
6.41
573
1553
60
103
chira
0.006
0.15
17
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
1
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
2
106
other rice products
0.002
0.05
4
10
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.329
3.69
287
644
108
wheat/atta – other sources
7.946
95.04
848
2241
110
maida
0.020
0.41
45
145
111
suji, rawa
0.032
0.68
199
575
112
sewai, noodles
0.002
0.09
12
25
113
bread: bakery
0.006
0.25
21
50
114
other wheat products
0.006
0.11
4
10
115
jowar & its products
0.020
0.20
8
20
116
bajra & its products
1.791
16.65
309
810
117
maize & its products
0.426
4.53
150
366
118
barley & its products
0.013
0.14
7
12
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
2
122
other cereals
0.006
0.20
4
7
129
cereal: sub-total
11.839
128.70
999
2575
139
cereal substitutes
0.001
0.05
8
34
140
arhar, tur
0.025
1.65
176
484
141
gram: split
0.115
5.00
688
1783
142
gram: whole
0.016
0.62
80
221
143
moong
0.183
10.59
839
2220
144
masur
0.038
2.25
318
868
145
urd
0.054
3.28
382
962
22
146
peas
0.003
0.15
6
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.017
0.79
97
236
150
gram products
0.001
0.06
7
16
151
besan
0.107
5.01
578
1587
152
other pulse products
0.008
0.42
63
171
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.569
29.82
995
2567
160
milk: liquid (litre)
9.300
223.88
968
2515
161
baby food
0.000
0.07
3
10
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.12
5
15
163
curd
0.007
0.24
17
61
164
ghee
0.112
38.20
409
1120
165
butter
0.000
0.01
0
4
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Rajasthan
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.16
15
50
167
other milk products
-
0.40
32
69
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
263.09
980
2537
170
salt
0.259
2.51
994
2558
171
sugar – PDS
0.026
0.36
49
101
172
sugar – other sources
1.004
32.58
973
2521
173
gur
0.122
4.20
307
800
174
candy, misri
0.004
0.17
28
74
175
honey
0.000
0.03
6
19
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.414
39.84
999
2575
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.007
0.56
12
27
181
mustard oil
0.289
22.85
526
1373
184
182
groundnut oil
0.041
3.91
70
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
1
184
refined oil
0.289
23.13
399
1013
185
edible oil: others
0.026
2.70
32
78
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.652
53.16
998
2571
190
eggs (no.)
0.333
1.79
41
86
191
fish, prawn
0.011
1.03
10
18
192
goat meat/mutton
0.049
11.43
64
158
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.001
0.06
1
5
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.022
2.97
25
70
0.000
0.04
0
1
-
17.32
114
276
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.053
10.76
919
2385
201
onion
0.901
10.65
942
2436
202
tomato
0.640
11.33
832
2188
203
brinjal
0.193
3.37
318
819
204
radish
0.188
1.59
160
432
205
carrot
0.136
1.54
134
365
206
palak/other
0.354
4.89
419
1105
207
green chillies
0.265
6.90
800
2092
208
lady's finger
0.169
4.38
271
728
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.017
0.26
30
92
211
cauliflower
0.237
4.27
267
712
212
cabbage
0.154
2.82
182
485
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.258
3.99
265
718
214
peas
0.093
1.80
140
381
215
beans, barbati
0.058
1.21
75
181
216
lemon (no.)
1.460
2.40
226
663
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Rajasthan
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.546
10.14
474
1218
-
82.32
998
2574
banana (no.)
3.716
7.81
304
836
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
1
watermelon
0.148
1.16
46
138
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.01
0
1
224
coconut (no.)
0.072
0.71
32
94
225
green coconut (no.)
0.001
0.02
1
4
226
guava
0.079
1.50
81
207
227
singara
0.015
0.23
16
46
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.425
1.21
45
137
230
papaya
0.060
1.37
53
174
231
mango
0.128
4.48
99
272
232
kharbooza
0.030
0.49
22
55
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.03
2
7
69
234
berries
0.028
0.49
31
235
leechi
0.001
0.04
0
1
236
apple
0.055
4.17
67
196
237
grapes
0.030
1.53
47
135
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.99
59
170
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
27.24
567
1548
240
coconut: copra
0.014
1.25
51
146
241
groundnut
0.054
2.53
81
217
242
dates
0.007
0.39
10
22
243
cashewnut
0.003
1.31
20
71
244
walnut
0.000
0.07
0
3
245
other nuts
0.001
0.39
4
23
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.004
0.92
38
123
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.62
13
51
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.085
7.48
162
462
250
ginger (gm)
43.865
2.18
376
1021
251
garlic (gm)
105.170
6.74
895
2297
252
jeera (gm)
33.051
6.19
854
2236
253
dhania (gm)
80.032
8.56
919
2391
254
turmeric (gm)
46.994
7.67
987
2534
255
black pepper (gm)
3.635
0.98
116
332
256
dry chillies (gm)
145.104
19.33
983
2545
257
tamarind (gm)
0.642
0.05
4
13
258
curry powder (gm)
2.303
0.24
15
55
3.729
0.32
60
149
19.433
4.16
334
882
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Rajasthan
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
483.958
56.44
998
2574
2.987
11.75
317
855
127.177
24.61
985
2540
0.002
0.01
0
3
0.231
0.17
2
12
274
mineral water (litre)
0.001
0.01
1
5
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.019
0.40
9
32
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.009
0.40
12
38
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.52
13
29
279
beverages: sub-total
-
37.87
992
2563
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.113
5.02
20
71
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.046
1.75
5
16
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.791
20.46
257
616
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
6.93
213
602
284
other served processed food
-
0.17
14
39
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
34.33
412
1095
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
6.31
91
286
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
12.75
533
1419
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.084
8.79
351
1005
293
chips (gm)
1.882
0.32
26
60
294
pickles (gm)
3.181
0.30
20
75
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.172
0.02
1
4
296
other packaged food
-
0.24
17
53
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
28.72
666
1792
777
total: food group
-
806.38
1000
2579
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Sikkim
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
4.449
18.52
561
225
102
rice – other sources
4.961
109.27
783
502
103
chira
0.060
1.53
169
115
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.02
3
4
105
muri
0.006
0.25
58
49
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
2
1
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.014
0.25
30
16
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.550
9.99
747
483
110
maida
0.229
4.55
543
374
111
suji, rawa
0.004
0.18
31
19
112
sewai, noodles
0.047
2.68
226
145
113
bread: bakery
0.009
0.43
57
37
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.01
0
1
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.166
3.59
254
140
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.02
2
3
120
small millets & its products
0.136
2.24
70
31
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.003
0.08
5
1
129
cereal: sub-total
10.636
153.59
973
590
139
cereal substitutes
0.017
0.49
21
11
140
arhar, tur
0.007
0.48
38
24
141
gram: split
0.015
0.68
66
46
142
gram: whole
0.010
0.43
66
57
143
moong
0.016
1.20
59
66
144
masur
0.270
14.69
843
507
145
urd
0.000
0.02
2
3
14
146
peas
0.005
0.22
28
147
khesari
0.001
0.08
4
3
148
other pulses
0.144
11.81
504
302
150
gram products
0.001
0.09
7
4
151
besan
0.001
0.06
9
12
152
other pulse products
0.004
0.30
49
38
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.475
30.07
973
590
160
milk: liquid (litre)
6.433
131.14
833
503
161
baby food
0.004
1.37
16
8
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.015
3.97
108
66
163
curd
0.007
0.23
18
13
164
ghee
0.002
0.65
23
19
165
butter
0.006
1.56
60
41
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Sikkim
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.03
2
3
167
other milk products
-
0.79
46
36
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
139.73
944
572
170
salt
0.222
2.39
973
590
171
sugar – PDS
0.287
7.69
668
353
172
sugar – other sources
0.127
4.67
350
259
173
gur
0.000
0.00
0
1
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.02
1
1
175
honey
0.000
0.00
0
0
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.637
14.77
973
590
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.002
0.12
8
11
181
mustard oil
0.593
54.54
943
561
182
groundnut oil
0.001
0.07
2
2
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.037
3.55
90
101
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.00
0
0
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.632
58.28
973
590
190
eggs (no.)
1.654
9.17
227
127
191
fish, prawn
0.010
1.20
12
14
192
goat meat/mutton
0.021
5.27
8
10
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.141
16.69
123
95
194
pork
0.184
23.81
149
93
195
chicken
0.203
31.43
194
149
0.001
0.08
1
1
-
87.65
622
413
26.95
925
561
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.734
201
onion
0.411
8.12
972
589
202
tomato
0.469
11.62
809
520
203
brinjal
0.093
2.31
116
69
204
radish
0.156
2.42
175
109
205
carrot
0.004
0.15
8
5
206
palak/other
1.676
25.23
915
553
207
green chillies
0.104
6.35
812
502
208
lady's finger
0.030
0.95
53
26
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.002
0.07
4
4
211
cauliflower
0.342
6.44
244
176
212
cabbage
0.449
7.06
339
228
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.375
5.19
283
156
214
peas
0.092
2.82
110
71
215
beans, barbati
0.286
8.77
307
182
216
lemon (no.)
0.040
0.11
15
15
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Sikkim
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
1.162
16.51
755
465
-
131.05
973
590
banana (no.)
1.521
4.08
152
108
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.000
0.00
0
1
223
pineapple (no.)
0.001
0.03
1
1
224
coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.088
2.13
76
43
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.285
4.25
96
65
230
papaya
0.008
0.18
5
6
23
231
mango
0.028
1.64
29
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.004
0.18
5
5
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.009
0.79
15
8
236
apple
0.020
2.11
30
37
237
grapes
0.004
0.43
6
8
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.00
0
0
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
15.83
356
249
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.01
1
2
241
groundnut
0.008
0.62
21
20
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.01
0
1
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.00
0
0
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.02
1
1
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.008
0.67
22
23
250
ginger (gm)
135.163
5.47
897
551
251
garlic (gm)
68.624
7.47
840
514
252
jeera (gm)
15.345
3.13
575
375
253
dhania (gm)
16.381
2.11
501
308
254
turmeric (gm)
35.742
6.16
970
585
255
black pepper (gm)
0.923
0.41
66
57
256
dry chillies (gm)
14.307
1.80
342
203
257
tamarind (gm)
0.028
0.00
1
1
258
curry powder (gm)
8.423
2.59
239
157
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.042
0.01
2
5
29.656
4.71
644
373
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Sikkim
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
324.632
33.93
973
590
1.707
8.02
315
233
125.693
29.00
961
587
0.008
0.08
1
4
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.003
0.05
3
4
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.001
0.06
2
4
21
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.020
1.32
24
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.60
8
2
279
beverages: sub-total
-
39.13
984
595
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.362
10.16
37
33
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.018
0.76
2
3
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.655
45.19
333
157
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
25.19
435
293
284
other served processed food
-
3.99
55
27
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
85.30
703
409
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
2.69
95
68
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
19.51
698
441
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.023
3.12
107
74
293
chips (gm)
5.791
1.69
84
66
294
pickles (gm)
2.363
0.43
26
23
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
296
other packaged food
-
0.89
23
18
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
28.32
746
487
777
total: food group
-
818.81
1000
608
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tamil Nadu
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
4.534
39.00
891
2878
102
rice – other sources
4.070
96.50
820
2857
103
chira
0.002
0.06
7
34
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.007
0.39
62
204
106
other rice products
0.030
0.59
43
104
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.436
3.54
618
2021
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.094
2.59
175
759
110
maida
0.051
1.37
184
676
111
suji, rawa
0.108
3.36
405
1482
112
sewai, noodles
0.014
0.85
114
439
113
bread: bakery
0.015
0.64
75
267
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.19
14
38
115
jowar & its products
0.007
0.12
10
35
116
bajra & its products
0.012
0.20
13
42
117
maize & its products
0.002
0.02
4
16
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.01
2
9
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.01
1
7
121
ragi & its products
0.120
1.81
161
553
122
other cereals
0.001
0.06
6
36
129
cereal: sub-total
9.509
151.33
982
3284
139
cereal substitutes
0.017
0.16
19
67
140
arhar, tur
0.390
18.72
978
3275
141
gram: split
0.055
3.04
571
2062
142
gram: whole
0.027
1.56
236
851
143
moong
0.068
4.61
483
1774
144
masur
0.002
0.12
11
34
145
urd
0.304
14.26
911
3121
146
peas
0.008
0.33
69
230
147
khesari
0.001
0.04
6
16
148
other pulses
0.038
2.04
308
1073
150
gram products
0.071
4.42
624
2174
151
besan
0.014
0.77
120
451
152
other pulse products
0.015
0.83
143
492
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.993
50.75
982
3283
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.713
85.80
853
2950
161
baby food
0.005
1.11
20
84
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.22
6
40
163
curd
0.025
1.00
68
221
164
ghee
0.002
0.43
34
165
165
butter
0.000
0.03
2
13
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tamil Nadu
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.22
20
75
167
other milk products
-
0.32
20
38
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
89.13
867
2986
170
salt
0.313
2.62
980
3276
171
sugar – PDS
0.444
6.05
901
3041
172
sugar – other sources
0.167
5.28
444
1726
173
gur
0.028
1.09
150
544
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.06
7
41
175
honey
0.000
0.08
12
57
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.954
15.18
982
3285
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.005
0.40
16
62
181
mustard oil
0.000
0.00
0
2
182
groundnut oil
0.098
8.56
198
667
183
coconut oil
0.008
0.70
22
76
184
refined oil
0.314
22.74
548
1997
185
edible oil: others
0.199
8.91
460
1455
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.623
41.31
981
3282
190
eggs (no.)
3.615
11.42
458
1632
191
fish, prawn
0.257
23.41
218
791
192
goat meat/mutton
0.089
27.36
114
470
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.044
5.40
48
112
194
pork
0.001
0.12
1
6
195
chicken
0.356
42.18
400
1382
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.006
0.57
12
39
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
110.48
736
2517
200
potato
0.435
8.30
799
2742
201
onion
0.899
15.13
979
3272
202
tomato
0.929
14.03
970
3253
203
brinjal
0.367
6.96
779
2624
204
radish
0.129
2.19
302
1073
205
carrot
0.200
5.31
487
1796
206
palak/other
0.393
6.97
785
2625
207
green chillies
0.106
3.22
775
2684
208
lady's finger
0.281
5.31
588
1959
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.015
0.31
32
90
211
cauliflower
0.051
1.03
87
352
212
cabbage
0.242
4.24
457
1552
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.078
1.33
160
481
214
peas
0.022
0.68
60
177
215
beans, barbati
0.155
4.44
357
1306
216
lemon (no.)
1.016
2.36
306
1112
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tamil Nadu
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.545
12.04
814
2735
-
93.89
981
3282
banana (no.)
6.126
13.16
596
2101
jackfruit
0.011
0.16
8
23
222
watermelon
0.013
0.19
9
45
223
pineapple (no.)
0.008
0.08
4
19
224
coconut (no.)
1.982
14.77
785
2725
225
green coconut (no.)
0.159
1.48
52
189
226
guava
0.042
0.94
54
212
227
singara
0.001
0.03
2
3
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.285
1.67
46
191
230
papaya
0.007
0.12
6
29
231
mango
0.132
3.83
116
424
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.01
1
2
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
1
236
apple
0.075
8.73
112
507
237
grapes
0.046
2.62
83
372
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.75
67
244
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
50.54
910
3131
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
1
241
groundnut
0.033
2.13
113
382
242
dates
0.015
1.75
73
324
243
cashewnut
0.002
0.64
24
124
244
walnut
0.000
0.05
3
9
245
other nuts
0.000
0.05
2
8
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.20
16
71
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.11
9
39
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.052
4.92
198
757
250
ginger (gm)
52.081
2.95
780
2657
251
garlic (gm)
94.811
7.86
966
3242
252
jeera (gm)
32.006
6.92
923
3140
253
dhania (gm)
90.839
7.83
946
3188
254
turmeric (gm)
30.655
4.96
962
3241
255
black pepper (gm)
25.241
8.63
853
2940
256
dry chillies (gm)
257
tamarind (gm)
258
99.440
10.76
972
3255
144.899
13.33
980
3265
curry powder (gm)
33.040
5.23
602
2054
260
oilseeds (gm)
37.863
3.05
975
3265
261
other spices (gm)
51.415
7.10
933
3135
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tamil Nadu
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
692.291
78.55
981
3282
270
tea: cups (no.)
7.280
34.70
561
1849
271
tea: leaf (gm)
51.213
14.58
766
2593
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.196
0.91
26
101
273
coffee: powder (gm)
11.722
4.75
234
897
274
mineral water (litre)
0.190
0.35
9
37
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.020
0.70
20
69
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.008
0.35
9
47
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.40
47
190
279
beverages: sub-total
-
58.74
975
3256
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.179
34.89
158
637
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.174
3.87
20
61
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.598
17.32
159
468
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
22.19
507
1706
284
other served processed food
-
1.08
22
90
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
79.36
657
2218
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
8.49
189
730
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
18.63
558
1939
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
1547
293
chips (gm)
294
0.136
14.57
423
21.332
2.58
118
459
pickles (gm)
8.672
1.16
150
485
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.556
0.08
8
31
296
other packaged food
-
1.68
47
159
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
47.19
799
2774
777
total: food group
-
871.55
1000
3319
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tripura
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
5.778
43.97
865
1063
102
rice – other sources
7.324
117.85
861
1183
103
chira
0.031
0.69
76
104
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.11
13
20
105
muri
0.259
11.87
694
946
106
other rice products
0.001
0.04
5
7
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.095
0.93
147
189
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.097
2.09
188
289
110
maida
0.024
0.58
65
123
111
suji, rawa
0.016
0.45
77
147
112
sewai, noodles
0.005
0.44
32
74
113
bread: bakery
0.016
0.79
138
212
114
other wheat products
0.003
0.03
5
2
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.004
0.04
6
5
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.03
5
5
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.01
1
4
129
cereal: sub-total
13.654
179.91
997
1310
139
cereal substitutes
0.033
0.23
37
51
140
arhar, tur
0.001
0.06
6
14
141
gram: split
0.002
0.10
14
24
142
gram: whole
0.001
0.04
8
13
143
moong
0.016
1.09
87
179
144
masur
0.321
19.19
930
1227
145
urd
0.001
0.07
4
7
146
peas
0.009
0.38
50
70
147
khesari
0.008
0.32
48
53
148
other pulses
0.034
1.74
139
190
150
gram products
0.001
0.03
5
6
151
besan
0.000
0.02
7
19
152
other pulse products
0.016
0.91
127
170
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.410
23.94
964
1274
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.887
16.40
236
409
161
baby food
0.004
1.11
16
37
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.038
7.44
470
602
163
curd
0.000
0.03
2
6
164
ghee
0.001
0.29
12
26
165
butter
0.000
0.02
2
2
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tripura
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.02
6
12
167
other milk products
-
0.51
19
29
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
25.82
687
967
170
salt
0.418
3.78
991
1301
171
sugar – PDS
0.434
5.91
898
1190
172
sugar – other sources
0.050
1.81
198
296
173
gur
0.013
0.57
83
121
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.05
7
13
175
honey
0.000
0.00
1
2
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.916
12.13
992
1306
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.001
0.04
1
10
181
mustard oil
0.470
41.95
981
1287
182
groundnut oil
0.002
0.18
4
5
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.005
0.35
10
32
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.00
0
0
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.477
42.52
987
1303
190
eggs (no.)
2.799
10.85
452
618
191
fish, prawn
1.069
132.17
963
1268
192
goat meat/mutton
0.006
1.59
11
26
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.014
2.33
11
17
194
pork
0.169
27.56
242
311
195
chicken
0.199
25.93
219
358
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.30
2
6
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
200.71
981
1293
200
potato
1.636
20.86
951
1261
201
onion
0.415
8.79
957
1252
202
tomato
0.232
4.17
268
410
203
brinjal
1.011
17.63
916
1206
204
radish
0.324
2.26
178
233
205
carrot
0.019
0.45
42
71
206
palak/other
1.791
18.96
832
1081
207
green chillies
0.246
12.13
954
1257
208
lady's finger
0.132
3.62
190
264
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.086
2.13
135
199
211
cauliflower
0.430
4.79
280
370
212
cabbage
0.349
3.26
210
292
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.846
8.61
518
719
214
peas
0.017
0.42
21
40
215
beans, barbati
0.537
11.48
626
843
216
lemon (no.)
0.366
0.54
105
154
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tripura
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
1.838
19.81
849
1101
-
139.94
992
1306
banana (no.)
7.488
4.89
367
556
jackfruit
0.571
2.37
102
130
222
watermelon
0.017
0.34
11
23
223
pineapple (no.)
0.144
0.95
50
63
224
coconut (no.)
0.046
0.36
28
54
225
green coconut (no.)
0.012
0.07
5
10
226
guava
0.050
0.16
23
31
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.487
2.76
102
165
230
papaya
0.078
0.44
33
39
231
mango
0.257
4.47
114
158
232
kharbooza
0.005
0.08
5
3
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.09
3
3
234
berries
0.003
0.05
3
4
235
leechi
0.011
0.39
15
19
236
apple
0.016
1.89
32
78
237
grapes
0.013
1.39
66
88
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.63
86
133
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
22.35
619
908
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.01
0
1
241
groundnut
0.002
0.12
9
15
242
dates
0.001
0.07
5
11
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.04
2
2
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.001
0.17
8
13
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.31
30
40
247
other dry fruits
0.003
0.31
28
53
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.009
1.03
71
118
250
ginger (gm)
58.294
3.02
733
1011
251
garlic (gm)
48.850
4.49
888
1181
252
jeera (gm)
31.459
6.85
789
1044
253
dhania (gm)
17.341
3.06
565
759
48.557
10.43
958
1260
0.845
0.22
54
79
1070
254
turmeric (gm)
255
black pepper (gm)
256
dry chillies (gm)
32.757
4.94
810
257
tamarind (gm)
0.461
0.06
10
20
258
curry powder (gm)
3.560
1.27
109
152
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
1.629
0.11
39
84
33.741
5.40
702
941
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tripura
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
277.493
39.92
991
1302
270
tea: cups (no.)
2.442
7.77
317
417
271
tea: leaf (gm)
53.191
9.52
793
1063
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.01
0
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.004
0.27
12
25
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.008
0.55
13
29
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.08
108
139
279
beverages: sub-total
-
19.20
892
1184
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.135
2.13
19
25
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.014
0.12
1
3
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
4.521
23.22
488
602
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
8.02
280
402
284
other served processed food
-
0.49
21
29
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
33.98
655
853
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
4.96
252
390
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
16.61
885
1172
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.012
1.48
122
192
293
chips (gm)
4.382
1.12
94
136
294
pickles (gm)
0.148
0.03
4
8
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.264
0.07
6
11
296
other packaged food
-
0.75
22
47
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
25.02
917
1218
777
total: food group
-
766.71
1000
1312
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Uttar Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.871
4.49
248
1352
102
rice – other sources
3.192
48.86
848
5102
103
chira
0.015
0.38
56
344
104
khoi, lawa
0.005
0.19
35
220
105
muri
0.007
0.22
40
252
106
other rice products
0.003
0.05
6
42
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.666
2.81
257
1401
108
wheat/atta – other sources
6.494
68.38
947
5666
110
maida
0.030
0.55
132
879
111
suji, rawa
0.042
0.85
275
1806
112
sewai, noodles
0.010
0.52
84
602
113
bread: bakery
0.048
1.84
198
1288
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.02
4
30
115
jowar & its products
0.003
0.02
4
27
116
bajra & its products
0.035
0.29
23
157
151
117
maize & its products
0.023
0.26
28
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
5
120
small millets & its products
0.002
0.02
3
11
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.003
0.09
15
76
129
cereal: sub-total
11.451
129.85
994
5897
139
cereal substitutes
0.001
0.06
9
60
140
arhar, tur
0.261
16.38
758
4590
141
gram: split
0.054
2.30
274
1694
142
gram: whole
0.029
1.08
135
850
143
moong
0.030
1.83
209
1373
144
masur
0.088
4.60
403
2377
145
urd
0.099
5.46
464
2671
146
peas
0.218
6.27
494
2784
147
khesari
0.002
0.06
5
31
148
other pulses
0.011
0.54
57
331
150
gram products
0.001
0.05
8
53
151
besan
0.062
2.86
462
2887
152
other pulse products
0.011
0.57
85
528
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.865
41.98
992
5885
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.979
110.23
836
5080
161
baby food
0.001
0.25
6
36
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.16
5
35
163
curd
0.004
0.15
16
101
164
ghee
0.008
2.55
56
449
165
butter
0.000
0.02
1
12
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttar Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.17
19
125
167
other milk products
-
0.28
14
89
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
113.82
843
5128
170
salt
0.204
1.91
988
5868
171
sugar – PDS
0.069
1.10
182
1005
172
sugar – other sources
0.638
21.19
904
5412
173
gur
0.068
2.11
262
1610
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.09
14
84
175
honey
0.000
0.04
6
27
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.981
26.45
995
5899
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.030
2.07
103
644
181
mustard oil
0.537
42.08
979
5808
40
182
groundnut oil
0.004
0.31
7
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.01
0
2
184
refined oil
0.039
3.03
136
982
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.07
3
17
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.611
47.56
992
5892
190
eggs (no.)
0.861
3.36
129
717
191
fish, prawn
0.072
5.87
103
586
192
goat meat/mutton
0.042
8.74
61
369
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.032
2.68
32
228
194
pork
0.001
0.14
2
13
195
chicken
0.056
6.74
75
481
0.000
0.01
0
1
-
27.53
307
1803
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
3.074
24.82
992
5884
201
onion
0.724
9.40
948
5640
202
tomato
0.431
6.94
752
4592
203
brinjal
0.298
3.91
429
2638
204
radish
0.182
1.42
248
1544
205
carrot
0.062
0.65
76
467
206
palak/other
0.354
3.66
391
2413
207
green chillies
0.123
4.27
893
5301
208
lady's finger
0.145
2.62
209
1311
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.066
1.48
119
793
211
cauliflower
0.301
3.52
334
1990
212
cabbage
0.104
1.10
129
743
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.436
4.83
416
2467
214
peas
0.206
2.98
226
1347
215
beans, barbati
0.032
0.57
56
322
216
lemon (no.)
0.762
1.21
221
1413
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Uttar Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.543
7.58
537
3142
-
80.99
994
5896
banana (no.)
2.451
4.59
205
1352
jackfruit
0.005
0.07
5
39
watermelon
0.172
1.16
54
333
223
pineapple (no.)
0.003
0.03
1
7
224
coconut (no.)
0.005
0.07
4
32
225
green coconut (no.)
0.003
0.03
2
12
226
guava
0.156
1.98
147
893
227
singara
0.025
0.30
31
208
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.243
0.89
30
210
230
papaya
0.050
0.96
36
241
231
mango
0.194
3.64
84
538
232
kharbooza
0.076
0.88
47
283
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.02
1
11
234
berries
0.006
0.07
10
71
235
leechi
0.001
0.04
2
28
236
apple
0.042
3.13
59
466
237
grapes
0.029
1.44
64
442
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.83
37
241
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
20.15
564
3551
240
coconut: copra
0.005
0.54
39
295
241
groundnut
0.043
2.75
155
943
242
dates
0.003
0.30
10
57
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.25
7
88
244
walnut
0.000
0.07
2
11
245
other nuts
0.001
0.26
10
71
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.004
0.83
50
413
247
other dry fruits
0.005
1.18
39
266
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.062
6.19
243
1558
250
ginger (gm)
47.526
2.28
598
3703
251
garlic (gm)
65.124
4.21
872
5208
252
jeera (gm)
20.920
4.00
713
4364
253
dhania (gm)
56.635
5.00
824
4925
254
turmeric (gm)
42.496
6.39
897
5391
255
black pepper (gm)
4.045
1.33
253
1493
256
dry chillies (gm)
32.210
4.06
675
4001
257
tamarind (gm)
0.300
0.03
10
47
258
curry powder (gm)
6.670
1.73
204
1319
2.732
0.17
54
360
38.348
8.16
716
4261
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Uttar Pradesh
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
317.006
37.37
994
5895
270
tea: cups (no.)
2.138
6.23
314
1962
271
tea: leaf (gm)
56.741
11.32
862
5245
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.024
0.10
1
4
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.014
0.01
1
7
274
mineral water (litre)
0.002
0.03
2
10
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.026
1.07
34
245
103
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.010
0.41
13
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.13
9
68
279
beverages: sub-total
-
19.30
921
5552
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.200
6.47
30
157
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.030
0.68
6
39
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.923
12.83
213
1123
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
11.67
544
3379
284
other served processed food
-
1.32
100
672
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
32.96
669
4055
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
9.76
235
1538
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
11.64
834
5044
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.059
5.79
455
2859
293
chips (gm)
1.856
0.31
24
133
294
pickles (gm)
1.995
0.18
22
143
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.173
0.02
1
17
296
other packaged food
-
0.37
32
181
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
28.07
890
5360
777
total: food group
-
612.28
1000
5915
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Uttarakhand
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.827
8.06
619
648
102
rice – other sources
3.116
59.89
792
869
103
chira
0.002
0.04
8
10
104
khoi, lawa
0.005
0.19
22
25
105
muri
0.000
0.02
4
3
106
other rice products
0.003
0.13
32
36
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.686
5.84
664
717
108
wheat/atta – other sources
5.211
70.51
913
972
110
maida
0.021
0.31
40
34
111
suji, rawa
0.057
1.25
340
441
112
sewai, noodles
0.020
1.58
210
217
113
bread: bakery
0.030
1.10
134
149
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.02
6
8
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.01
3
1
116
bajra & its products
0.003
0.03
4
2
117
maize & its products
0.014
0.17
9
16
118
barley & its products
0.008
0.11
8
6
120
small millets & its products
0.033
0.33
35
43
121
ragi & its products
0.133
1.50
127
172
122
other cereals
0.015
0.24
24
30
129
cereal: sub-total
12.187
151.34
997
1044
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.165
11.54
771
814
141
gram: split
0.127
5.94
679
709
142
gram: whole
0.074
3.31
453
428
143
moong
0.037
2.51
226
235
144
masur
0.188
9.75
820
856
145
urd
0.111
6.87
592
640
146
peas
0.017
0.63
67
88
147
khesari
0.002
0.08
4
5
148
other pulses
0.225
13.43
744
822
150
gram products
0.001
0.04
6
14
151
besan
0.048
2.44
458
480
152
other pulse products
0.027
1.42
249
276
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.020
57.97
993
1043
160
milk: liquid (litre)
7.732
179.39
963
1006
161
baby food
0.001
0.17
4
8
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.26
15
19
163
curd
0.032
1.68
86
72
164
ghee
0.020
6.13
118
149
165
butter
0.001
0.22
10
8
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Uttarakhand
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.41
25
19
167
other milk products
-
0.41
23
33
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
188.66
979
1028
170
salt
0.207
2.56
995
1043
171
sugar – PDS
0.446
6.25
851
888
172
sugar – other sources
0.603
20.64
916
960
173
gur
0.057
1.99
212
247
174
candy, misri
0.045
1.93
156
189
175
honey
0.001
0.19
12
16
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.357
33.56
997
1044
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.010
0.74
31
34
181
mustard oil
0.585
48.16
854
892
182
groundnut oil
0.010
0.78
12
13
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.195
15.53
393
425
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.10
3
8
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.802
65.32
997
1044
190
eggs (no.)
1.850
7.09
219
231
191
fish, prawn
0.053
4.81
36
48
192
goat meat/mutton
0.031
6.84
39
65
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.053
4.72
54
31
194
pork
0.000
0.03
0
1
195
chicken
0.078
11.09
99
106
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
34.57
373
400
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.917
21.59
989
1037
201
onion
0.837
13.10
947
994
202
tomato
0.595
11.41
758
783
203
brinjal
0.264
3.73
285
290
204
radish
0.349
3.36
290
306
205
carrot
0.071
0.88
71
65
206
palak/other
0.822
8.64
568
634
207
green chillies
0.067
2.51
476
475
208
lady's finger
0.196
3.78
231
218
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.022
0.43
23
23
211
cauliflower
0.557
8.54
460
488
212
cabbage
0.227
3.26
219
248
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.616
8.43
467
498
214
peas
0.244
4.06
280
288
215
beans, barbati
0.032
0.89
60
66
216
lemon (no.)
0.196
0.42
52
69
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Uttarakhand
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.662
10.06
492
516
-
105.10
997
1044
banana (no.)
4.361
10.72
356
367
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.037
0.49
18
15
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.004
0.07
4
4
225
green coconut (no.)
0.001
0.01
1
2
226
guava
0.176
3.01
116
111
227
singara
0.006
0.12
5
4
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.114
2.92
106
121
230
papaya
0.062
1.26
44
44
231
mango
0.095
2.78
66
96
232
kharbooza
0.003
0.08
2
4
233
pears/nashpati
0.003
0.09
2
3
234
berries
0.005
0.16
7
11
235
leechi
0.007
0.49
6
13
236
apple
0.102
7.28
112
137
237
grapes
0.047
2.80
55
61
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.94
48
57
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
34.20
663
690
240
coconut: copra
0.004
0.36
25
35
241
groundnut
0.034
3.14
113
130
242
dates
0.001
0.07
2
5
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.51
9
20
244
walnut
0.003
0.46
7
16
245
other nuts
0.000
0.14
3
6
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.56
18
34
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.43
11
23
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.046
5.66
152
201
250
ginger (gm)
55.653
2.57
447
466
251
garlic (gm)
70.507
4.97
752
763
252
jeera (gm)
30.321
6.39
825
877
253
dhania (gm)
92.222
9.37
951
986
254
turmeric (gm)
46.205
7.79
958
996
255
black pepper (gm)
1.823
0.61
68
85
256
dry chillies (gm)
46.919
6.48
909
939
257
tamarind (gm)
0.198
0.05
6
7
258
curry powder (gm)
6.221
1.79
185
232
260
oilseeds (gm)
0.425
0.07
8
12
261
other spices (gm)
18.947
4.66
408
442
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Uttarakhand
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
369.442
44.78
997
1044
2.971
14.64
382
451
116.146
25.19
986
1033
0.000
0.00
0
0
0.118
0.05
3
9
274
mineral water (litre)
0.004
0.06
4
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.021
1.01
24
31
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.017
1.28
33
30
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.49
19
20
279
beverages: sub-total
-
42.72
990
1039
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.200
6.36
50
57
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.025
0.50
2
4
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.781
28.50
293
313
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
13.67
372
369
284
other served processed food
-
1.06
28
45
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
50.09
601
635
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
14.98
177
180
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
16.27
715
777
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.046
5.82
264
264
293
chips (gm)
5.551
1.57
79
54
294
pickles (gm)
14.548
1.33
89
119
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.246
0.04
2
9
296
other packaged food
-
1.87
88
128
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
41.88
808
858
777
total: food group
-
855.84
1000
1048
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
West Bengal
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.949
2.08
352
1032
102
rice – other sources
8.974
171.39
979
3515
103
chira
0.041
0.90
103
409
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.13
10
47
105
muri
0.539
16.56
711
2579
106
other rice products
0.004
0.08
5
23
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.609
3.32
435
1462
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.736
11.65
479
1875
110
maida
0.059
1.07
135
636
111
suji, rawa
0.016
0.44
127
592
112
sewai, noodles
0.016
0.96
92
439
113
bread: bakery
0.015
0.49
83
386
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.02
1
12
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.01
1
1
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.005
0.08
4
21
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
6
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.001
0.04
3
15
129
cereal: sub-total
11.969
209.22
996
3560
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.02
9
22
140
arhar, tur
0.003
0.19
19
124
141
gram: split
0.016
0.70
112
454
142
gram: whole
0.011
0.43
55
239
143
moong
0.038
3.30
230
1102
144
masur
0.297
16.93
890
3236
145
urd
0.019
1.08
104
421
146
peas
0.021
0.85
135
552
147
khesari
0.038
1.20
133
427
148
other pulses
0.011
0.54
63
197
150
gram products
0.001
0.09
5
29
151
besan
0.018
0.68
219
899
152
other pulse products
0.016
0.94
150
575
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.488
26.92
986
3536
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.369
27.08
479
1962
161
baby food
0.008
2.12
30
144
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.006
1.46
99
424
163
curd
0.004
0.26
17
116
164
ghee
0.003
0.84
62
394
165
butter
0.000
0.05
6
42
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
West Bengal
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.25
31
139
167
other milk products
-
0.08
4
37
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
32.14
568
2330
170
salt
0.318
2.57
987
3535
171
sugar – PDS
0.039
0.65
149
467
172
sugar – other sources
0.406
13.92
905
3283
173
gur
0.023
0.89
127
528
174
candy, misri
0.006
0.34
105
399
175
honey
0.000
0.05
6
40
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.792
18.42
993
3556
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.004
0.35
12
53
181
mustard oil
0.612
54.24
974
3484
182
groundnut oil
0.004
0.38
6
24
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
4
184
refined oil
0.031
2.68
87
466
185
edible oil: others
0.002
0.18
8
30
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.653
57.84
994
3554
190
eggs (no.)
4.615
16.31
640
2353
191
fish, prawn
0.805
77.67
831
3037
192
goat meat/mutton
0.018
4.60
24
168
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.122
11.65
104
383
194
pork
0.010
1.15
12
38
195
chicken
0.176
19.43
212
876
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.010
0.47
23
54
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
131.29
947
3398
200
potato
3.794
31.04
992
3550
201
onion
0.707
10.27
972
3482
202
tomato
0.224
3.49
407
1669
203
brinjal
0.530
8.15
630
2398
204
radish
0.096
0.94
122
480
205
carrot
0.017
0.30
35
207
206
palak/other
1.017
10.11
867
3080
207
green chillies
0.122
5.79
902
3255
208
lady's finger
0.157
3.31
276
1046
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.278
5.68
371
1447
211
cauliflower
0.335
2.88
260
993
212
cabbage
0.424
2.83
312
1172
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.457
4.93
453
1623
214
peas
0.022
0.41
41
193
215
beans, barbati
0.075
1.38
140
587
216
lemon (no.)
1.065
1.70
263
1105
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
West Bengal
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.876
12.46
765
2763
-
105.70
994
3556
banana (no.)
2.683
4.50
248
1045
jackfruit
0.048
0.38
16
65
222
watermelon
0.012
0.13
7
41
223
pineapple (no.)
0.018
0.23
9
37
224
coconut (no.)
0.099
1.28
54
245
225
green coconut (no.)
0.041
0.38
15
71
226
guava
0.091
1.57
108
416
227
singara
0.002
0.02
3
20
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.602
2.26
89
438
230
papaya
0.013
0.21
11
74
231
mango
0.158
4.99
129
511
232
kharbooza
0.001
0.02
1
4
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.11
4
14
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
1
235
leechi
0.015
0.80
22
101
236
apple
0.041
3.43
77
398
237
grapes
0.017
1.02
51
232
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.15
116
465
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
23.49
521
2095
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.01
1
8
241
groundnut
0.003
0.21
27
113
242
dates
0.011
0.64
39
166
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.37
10
54
244
walnut
0.000
0.03
1
5
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
2
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.24
16
114
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.12
4
15
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.017
1.62
72
336
250
ginger (gm)
95.741
5.44
957
3444
251
garlic (gm)
52.498
4.20
873
3138
252
jeera (gm)
37.386
7.26
888
3211
253
dhania (gm)
14.636
1.57
391
1481
254
turmeric (gm)
56.477
9.46
960
3439
255
black pepper (gm)
2.088
0.61
108
401
256
dry chillies (gm)
26.990
3.69
756
2787
257
tamarind (gm)
3.595
0.27
53
187
258
curry powder (gm)
3.290
0.58
66
334
260
oilseeds (gm)
25.428
1.64
488
1759
261
other spices (gm)
42.012
6.81
791
2895
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
West Bengal
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
360.141
41.49
994
3554
270
tea: cups (no.)
4.666
10.11
392
1584
271
tea: leaf (gm)
50.230
9.15
750
2815
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.032
0.05
1
3
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.034
0.03
1
19
274
mineral water (litre)
0.005
0.01
0
6
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.010
0.50
12
71
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.003
0.16
4
31
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.37
24
143
279
beverages: sub-total
-
21.37
854
3186
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.452
9.46
53
227
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.111
2.24
21
67
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.453
19.83
294
1045
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
16.43
562
2173
284
other served processed food
-
1.44
46
194
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
49.40
721
2679
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
8.03
293
1288
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
15.00
868
3191
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.081
6.56
464
1842
293
chips (gm)
2.135
0.55
52
253
294
pickles (gm)
1.547
0.18
21
91
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.048
0.12
9
61
296
other packaged food
-
2.36
59
247
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
32.80
917
3367
777
total: food group
-
751.75
1000
3566
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
A&N Island
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
4.864
42.96
831
226
102
rice – other sources
3.502
72.03
720
197
103
chira
0.000
0.00
0
0
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.002
0.21
38
9
106
other rice products
0.006
0.26
15
3
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.799
5.56
376
85
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.732
17.62
435
135
110
maida
0.044
1.91
197
67
111
suji, rawa
0.129
6.28
511
146
112
sewai, noodles
0.077
6.60
391
107
113
bread: bakery
0.091
4.58
297
97
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.003
0.13
11
1
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
10.250
158.14
982
271
139
cereal substitutes
0.131
2.48
64
28
140
arhar, tur
0.338
25.09
687
194
141
gram: split
0.030
1.59
221
58
142
gram: whole
0.028
1.37
180
55
143
moong
0.115
8.27
368
98
144
masur
0.266
14.41
656
189
145
urd
0.075
5.30
312
91
146
peas
0.051
1.95
271
72
147
khesari
0.002
0.05
7
1
148
other pulses
0.000
0.00
0
0
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.016
0.99
101
33
152
other pulse products
0.006
0.46
56
10
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.927
59.48
982
271
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.080
37.77
286
74
161
baby food
0.004
1.09
19
7
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.115
35.32
508
152
163
curd
0.002
0.19
20
4
164
ghee
0.004
1.37
78
33
165
butter
0.000
0.00
1
1
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
A&N Island
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.18
6
4
167
other milk products
-
0.07
1
1
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
76.00
629
188
170
salt
0.274
3.29
973
268
171
sugar – PDS
0.744
10.13
901
252
172
sugar – other sources
0.068
2.33
106
29
173
gur
0.008
0.38
72
26
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.02
6
2
175
honey
0.000
0.03
5
2
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.094
16.19
979
272
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.008
0.85
31
6
181
mustard oil
0.590
59.16
656
162
182
groundnut oil
0.000
0.03
1
2
183
coconut oil
0.032
3.74
45
16
184
refined oil
0.326
40.81
413
144
185
edible oil: others
0.006
0.56
7
3
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.962
105.15
977
270
190
eggs (no.)
6.433
29.80
765
191
191
fish, prawn
1.573
122.08
914
252
192
goat meat/mutton
0.005
1.54
7
4
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.055
6.76
37
13
194
pork
0.013
3.55
8
7
195
chicken
0.631
72.78
491
133
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.032
3.92
31
12
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
240.43
965
265
200
potato
0.900
17.11
926
248
201
onion
0.808
20.88
982
270
202
tomato
0.482
19.21
804
223
203
brinjal
0.321
12.98
607
158
204
radish
0.031
0.43
37
7
205
carrot
0.031
2.00
74
18
206
palak/other
1.176
30.12
785
228
207
green chillies
0.103
9.93
757
219
208
lady's finger
0.515
21.23
648
180
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.141
6.37
202
61
211
cauliflower
0.133
6.70
177
45
212
cabbage
0.338
12.63
427
122
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.521
12.44
569
150
214
peas
0.001
0.04
2
2
215
beans, barbati
0.237
11.32
371
99
216
lemon (no.)
1.093
2.84
285
78
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
A&N Island
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
watermelon
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.909
34.58
662
188
-
220.81
982
271
10.882
21.36
632
188
0.006
0.12
6
2
0.000
0.00
0
0
223
pineapple (no.)
0.006
0.19
2
5
224
coconut (no.)
0.777
6.66
395
107
225
green coconut (no.)
0.984
7.36
194
60
226
guava
0.065
2.21
99
30
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.229
1.70
10
6
230
papaya
0.071
1.59
68
19
231
mango
0.052
3.67
60
24
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.067
9.84
93
33
237
grapes
0.024
4.86
36
7
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.48
9
4
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
60.05
817
230
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.000
0.06
4
1
242
dates
0.005
0.82
33
15
243
cashewnut
0.007
3.45
130
35
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.14
3
2
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.005
1.22
113
35
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.00
0
0
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.018
5.69
181
49
250
ginger (gm)
77.114
6.92
856
242
251
garlic (gm)
91.243
12.32
981
269
252
jeera (gm)
29.355
8.73
954
260
253
dhania (gm)
44.462
5.07
740
216
254
turmeric (gm)
40.168
11.99
977
268
255
black pepper (gm)
6.884
3.70
331
105
256
dry chillies (gm)
63.794
10.10
951
262
257
tamarind (gm)
86.736
10.66
756
207
258
curry powder (gm)
51.640
11.13
884
246
260
oilseeds (gm)
23.331
2.78
889
247
261
other spices (gm)
60.199
12.78
857
238
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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A&N Island
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
574.928
96.14
982
270
270
tea: cups (no.)
5.678
29.30
482
134
271
tea: leaf (gm)
78.780
26.21
948
261
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.083
0.04
1
2
273
coffee: powder (gm)
2.746
1.58
79
28
274
mineral water (litre)
0.011
0.17
4
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.002
0.20
9
3
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.051
2.59
59
30
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.16
3
1
279
beverages: sub-total
-
60.25
993
275
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.445
21.55
50
21
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.040
0.66
4
3
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.451
41.24
323
79
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
39.30
630
169
284
other served processed food
-
8.17
140
41
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
110.91
820
222
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
9.73
194
50
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
24.04
709
183
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.059
9.10
367
118
293
chips (gm)
5.815
1.23
46
17
294
pickles (gm)
19.985
3.34
249
82
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
2.252
0.39
43
12
296
other packaged food
-
6.38
125
36
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
54.21
856
230
777
total: food group
-
1265.93
1000
278
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Chandigarh
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.029
0.35
50
2
102
rice – other sources
2.664
63.51
889
60
103
chira
0.104
2.52
61
2
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.480
4.16
130
4
108
wheat/atta – other sources
5.605
98.59
870
60
110
maida
0.013
0.33
54
4
111
suji, rawa
0.021
0.71
209
13
112
sewai, noodles
0.000
0.00
1
1
113
bread: bakery
0.025
0.99
134
19
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.002
0.03
1
1
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
8.942
171.20
1000
64
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.149
11.87
521
36
141
gram: split
0.217
14.18
701
49
142
gram: whole
0.174
12.81
736
40
143
moong
0.175
13.95
891
60
144
masur
0.119
8.77
726
51
145
urd
0.190
14.12
819
47
146
peas
0.051
2.83
165
4
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.175
13.34
568
47
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.057
4.13
354
31
152
other pulse products
0.082
4.65
240
17
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.388
100.65
1000
64
160
milk: liquid (litre)
9.801
309.57
1000
64
161
baby food
0.000
0.30
4
1
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.00
0
0
163
curd
0.117
5.04
295
17
164
ghee
0.096
26.46
369
33
165
butter
0.010
2.44
52
7
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Chandigarh
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.11
10
3
167
other milk products
-
0.18
13
3
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
344.10
1000
64
170
salt
0.289
4.10
1000
64
171
sugar – PDS
0.020
0.47
11
3
172
sugar – other sources
0.946
31.37
994
62
173
gur
0.002
0.08
4
3
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.000
0.00
0
0
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.257
36.01
1000
64
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.088
6.63
203
13
181
mustard oil
0.556
48.68
986
60
182
groundnut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.210
17.84
453
37
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.00
0
0
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.854
73.22
1000
64
190
eggs (no.)
1.326
5.33
141
8
191
fish, prawn
0.000
0.00
0
0
192
goat meat/mutton
0.000
0.00
0
0
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.00
0
0
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.043
6.91
69
2
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
12.24
210
10
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
2.231
34.90
967
63
201
onion
1.709
25.03
1000
64
202
tomato
0.910
18.55
998
62
203
brinjal
0.252
4.24
274
23
204
radish
0.199
2.90
193
14
205
carrot
0.145
1.74
130
11
206
palak/other
0.110
1.22
52
9
207
green chillies
0.131
6.52
552
43
208
lady's finger
0.467
10.94
324
28
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.009
0.22
8
2
211
cauliflower
0.437
4.49
268
25
212
cabbage
0.146
2.17
137
10
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.610
9.19
560
35
214
peas
0.263
6.65
137
12
215
beans, barbati
0.038
1.03
61
7
216
lemon (no.)
0.820
1.42
88
14
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Chandigarh
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.338
6.77
359
17
-
138.05
1000
64
banana (no.)
4.618
14.02
319
27
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.000
0.00
0
0
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
0
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
226
guava
0.087
1.97
69
9
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.496
0.95
29
2
230
papaya
0.063
1.86
54
3
231
mango
0.204
10.16
130
7
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.446
22.43
360
27
237
grapes
0.013
0.98
12
3
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.00
0
0
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
52.38
679
48
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.08
4
1
241
groundnut
0.005
0.44
11
3
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.81
14
3
244
walnut
0.004
1.90
82
2
245
other nuts
0.007
2.11
23
7
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.45
15
4
247
other dry fruits
0.023
2.67
91
6
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.042
8.47
195
14
250
ginger (gm)
50.637
3.59
393
38
251
garlic (gm)
40.766
2.53
261
28
252
jeera (gm)
84.649
14.09
987
60
253
dhania (gm)
59.405
8.92
709
43
254
turmeric (gm)
83.933
12.82
971
63
255
black pepper (gm)
1.237
0.17
19
5
256
dry chillies (gm)
65.535
9.92
744
57
257
tamarind (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
258
curry powder (gm)
0.043
0.01
1
1
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.000
0.00
0
0
41.616
9.88
564
38
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Chandigarh
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
427.821
61.97
1000
64
270
tea: cups (no.)
10.249
51.54
557
35
271
tea: leaf (gm)
128.443
26.91
1000
64
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.055
0.05
5
1
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
8
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.045
3.71
107
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.53
71
3
279
beverages: sub-total
-
83.71
1000
64
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.913
28.26
41
1
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.029
1.47
4
1
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
11.72
253
23
284
other served processed food
-
0.00
0
0
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
41.45
253
23
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
2.15
42
12
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
19.06
471
41
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.077
13.19
386
38
293
chips (gm)
9.445
1.56
29
8
294
pickles (gm)
16.717
2.07
88
11
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
296
other packaged food
-
3.66
109
10
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
41.69
533
48
777
total: food group
-
1165.14
1000
64
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Dadra & N. Haveli
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
(3)
value (Rs)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.160
13.08
528
60
102
rice – other sources
5.166
92.96
804
90
103
chira
0.010
0.33
84
11
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.001
0.04
7
3
106
other rice products
0.226
3.69
70
11
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.042
0.13
88
8
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.293
6.65
210
26
110
maida
0.008
0.27
63
11
111
suji, rawa
0.020
0.65
136
22
112
sewai, noodles
0.001
0.04
11
1
113
bread: bakery
0.001
0.04
8
1
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.176
4.45
115
14
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.256
5.06
168
11
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
8.361
127.39
834
92
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.490
30.54
795
90
141
gram: split
0.030
1.66
138
19
142
gram: whole
0.102
5.04
369
34
143
moong
0.144
10.09
575
63
144
masur
0.052
3.37
272
29
145
urd
0.280
17.13
677
78
146
peas
0.005
0.27
44
4
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.036
2.19
244
28
150
gram products
0.003
0.20
31
3
151
besan
0.026
1.55
136
21
152
other pulse products
0.048
2.82
145
17
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.218
74.86
834
92
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.528
19.30
209
32
161
baby food
0.000
0.00
0
0
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.00
0
0
163
curd
0.003
0.15
35
3
164
ghee
0.000
0.04
3
1
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
0
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Dadra & N. Haveli
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.00
0
0
167
other milk products
-
0.00
0
0
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
19.49
209
32
170
salt
0.187
1.58
834
92
171
sugar – PDS
0.000
0.00
0
0
172
sugar – other sources
0.192
6.71
498
60
173
gur
0.011
0.45
73
9
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.000
0.00
0
0
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.391
8.74
834
92
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.000
0.00
0
0
181
mustard oil
0.008
0.65
8
1
182
groundnut oil
0.014
1.43
14
4
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.430
38.21
429
49
185
edible oil: others
0.269
19.40
382
38
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.721
59.70
834
92
190
eggs (no.)
1.248
5.35
199
21
191
fish, prawn
0.178
15.06
244
26
192
goat meat/mutton
0.005
1.08
8
3
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.00
0
0
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.220
27.16
327
35
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
48.67
421
49
9.36
829
91
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.772
201
onion
0.485
6.57
834
92
202
tomato
0.675
11.80
832
91
203
brinjal
0.480
8.96
620
65
204
radish
0.050
0.87
68
8
205
carrot
0.028
0.53
61
6
206
palak/other
0.214
3.90
298
33
207
green chillies
0.135
5.36
831
90
208
lady's finger
0.217
6.41
434
47
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.008
0.34
19
6
211
cauliflower
0.176
3.93
281
34
212
cabbage
0.289
6.85
478
55
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.000
0.00
1
1
214
peas
0.053
1.13
90
13
215
beans, barbati
0.234
8.79
371
42
216
lemon (no.)
0.939
1.37
181
24
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Dadra & N. Haveli
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
(3)
value (Rs)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
0.406
10.01
477
49
-
86.19
834
92
banana (no.)
2.091
6.06
218
39
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.030
0.81
54
6
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
225
green coconut (no.)
0.034
0.51
36
1
226
guava
0.000
0.00
0
0
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.148
0.51
28
6
230
papaya
0.000
0.00
0
0
231
mango
0.169
8.55
128
12
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.038
3.83
103
12
237
grapes
0.033
2.16
79
8
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.30
24
4
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
23.73
454
57
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.004
0.40
24
7
242
dates
0.001
0.09
3
1
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.04
1
1
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.12
3
1
2
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.07
2
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.005
0.72
25
8
250
ginger (gm)
66.377
3.39
662
81
251
garlic (gm)
57.731
4.52
787
89
252
jeera (gm)
10.729
2.39
480
60
253
dhania (gm)
21.307
3.37
483
56
254
turmeric (gm)
33.300
7.83
834
92
255
black pepper (gm)
2.758
0.67
150
16
256
dry chillies (gm)
36.273
7.02
720
84
257
tamarind (gm)
45.486
2.50
490
52
258
curry powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
260
oilseeds (gm)
14.323
1.25
512
67
261
other spices (gm)
37.425
5.96
759
81
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Dadra & N. Haveli
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
325.710
38.92
834
92
270
tea: cups (no.)
2.437
21.86
362
44
271
tea: leaf (gm)
31.448
7.72
430
58
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.009
0.43
11
3
0
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.00
0
0
279
beverages: sub-total
-
30.02
581
74
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.834
18.87
158
2
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.012
0.12
1
1
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.550
13.55
300
40
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
9.83
149
22
284
other served processed food
-
0.52
5
1
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
42.88
565
59
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
1.04
31
1
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
15.24
534
68
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.030
2.38
88
18
293
chips (gm)
7.420
1.13
107
14
294
pickles (gm)
9.992
1.03
141
21
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
296
other packaged food
-
0.01
0
1
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
20.81
593
74
777
total: food group
-
582.13
964
95
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Daman & Diu
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.032
0.42
15
5
102
rice – other sources
3.846
83.48
910
63
103
chira
0.072
2.51
294
22
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.035
1.32
103
14
106
other rice products
0.046
0.96
9
7
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.031
0.22
13
4
108
wheat/atta – other sources
2.532
47.39
860
51
110
maida
0.016
0.42
66
6
111
suji, rawa
0.023
0.50
133
18
112
sewai, noodles
0.006
0.63
66
6
113
bread: bakery
0.016
0.68
70
9
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.189
4.17
62
17
116
bajra & its products
0.559
7.99
135
15
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
7.402
150.69
910
63
139
cereal substitutes
0.004
0.17
59
7
140
arhar, tur
0.402
25.90
854
62
141
gram: split
0.077
3.77
411
22
142
gram: whole
0.074
3.02
307
24
143
moong
0.266
21.03
727
55
144
masur
0.128
7.58
495
12
145
urd
0.105
7.35
408
45
146
peas
0.004
0.16
10
2
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.061
3.65
63
2
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.086
4.95
318
41
152
other pulse products
0.001
0.04
3
4
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.203
77.46
910
63
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.333
109.74
798
61
161
baby food
0.000
0.23
5
1
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.00
0
0
163
curd
0.022
0.89
94
3
164
ghee
0.022
5.05
121
21
165
butter
0.000
0.06
5
1
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Daman & Diu
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
3.11
82
9
167
other milk products
-
3.92
136
15
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
123.01
798
61
170
salt
0.209
2.40
910
63
171
sugar – PDS
0.005
0.07
3
2
172
sugar – other sources
0.644
21.09
853
61
173
gur
0.040
1.70
232
16
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.000
0.00
0
0
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.898
25.25
910
63
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.000
0.00
0
0
181
mustard oil
0.138
11.75
127
4
182
groundnut oil
0.165
20.36
89
9
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.741
73.31
528
37
185
edible oil: others
0.266
20.64
166
13
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.310
126.06
910
63
190
eggs (no.)
6.240
26.15
484
40
191
fish, prawn
0.625
46.56
388
35
192
goat meat/mutton
0.007
1.48
8
4
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.00
0
0
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.410
51.90
505
47
0.004
0.45
7
1
-
126.49
715
58
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.269
16.71
909
61
201
onion
0.990
13.45
910
63
202
tomato
1.012
19.00
910
62
203
brinjal
0.563
17.40
680
50
204
radish
0.000
0.01
1
3
205
carrot
0.008
0.17
13
8
206
palak/other
0.210
6.56
328
25
207
green chillies
0.366
15.44
910
61
208
lady's finger
0.494
17.60
603
39
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.092
2.42
151
8
211
cauliflower
0.246
6.46
327
37
212
cabbage
0.784
15.88
843
54
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.000
0.00
0
2
214
peas
0.075
1.53
75
6
215
beans, barbati
0.244
9.55
213
28
216
lemon (no.)
2.562
3.99
387
36
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Daman & Diu
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.735
23.14
679
52
-
169.31
910
63
banana (no.)
4.286
10.07
289
29
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.082
1.80
183
3
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.101
1.16
35
8
4
225
green coconut (no.)
0.026
0.22
7
226
guava
0.037
1.24
58
7
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.037
0.56
9
1
230
papaya
0.000
0.00
0
0
231
mango
0.149
10.15
76
7
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.02
0
1
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.019
2.18
21
8
237
grapes
0.011
0.59
11
6
238
other fresh fruits
-
17.30
182
13
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
45.32
548
45
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.049
4.56
136
13
242
dates
0.015
1.14
30
6
243
cashewnut
0.006
2.76
14
5
244
walnut
0.000
0.05
0
1
245
other nuts
0.004
1.03
10
5
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
1.10
8
4
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.59
5
2
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.077
11.23
146
18
250
ginger (gm)
104.974
7.06
783
52
251
garlic (gm)
101.228
8.81
900
62
252
jeera (gm)
33.389
6.40
910
63
253
dhania (gm)
45.781
6.78
910
63
254
turmeric (gm)
40.790
8.70
907
62
255
black pepper (gm)
11.369
2.71
352
20
256
dry chillies (gm)
66.012
11.64
854
62
257
tamarind (gm)
5.321
0.56
82
18
258
curry powder (gm)
7.900
2.41
265
10
260
oilseeds (gm)
43.849
4.57
910
63
261
other spices (gm)
56.397
9.11
910
63
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Daman & Diu
item code
Rural
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
517.009
68.51
910
63
5.333
44.13
520
26
121.151
26.11
854
62
0.000
0.00
0
0
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.038
0.05
0
1
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.009
0.42
11
6
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.032
2.00
69
3
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.00
0
0
279
beverages: sub-total
-
72.71
1000
64
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
2.520
100.79
90
1
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.049
2.05
2
1
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.978
6.68
37
6
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
20.22
405
28
284
other served processed food
-
2.99
133
12
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
132.74
565
34
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
0.82
15
8
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
26.65
380
43
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
293
chips (gm)
294
0.051
5.83
149
20
18.159
3.55
202
9
pickles (gm)
2.345
0.25
18
8
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
296
other packaged food
-
8.07
197
15
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
45.19
570
49
777
total: food group
-
1174.13
1000
64
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Lakshadweep
Rural
item description
item code
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
6.580
61.36
905
61
102
rice – other sources
1.467
35.82
538
26
103
chira
0.097
3.66
302
18
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.009
0.24
44
4
0.028
0.93
53
8
106
other rice products
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.059
1.39
137
7
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.638
16.30
713
51
110
maida
0.658
15.64
782
52
111
suji, rawa
0.174
4.82
490
32
112
sewai, noodles
0.012
1.74
97
5
113
bread: bakery
0.060
3.02
326
27
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.015
1.85
113
4
129
cereal: sub-total
9.796
146.77
1000
63
139
cereal substitutes
0.235
4.79
410
29
140
arhar, tur
0.360
27.29
894
59
141
gram: split
0.006
0.40
50
4
142
gram: whole
0.130
8.36
556
38
143
moong
0.183
14.20
620
44
144
masur
0.006
0.46
31
1
145
urd
0.106
9.09
452
35
146
peas
0.074
2.81
427
31
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.014
0.81
73
4
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.000
0.00
0
0
152
other pulse products
0.000
0.00
0
0
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.878
63.42
934
61
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.124
3.15
61
7
161
baby food
0.006
0.88
69
2
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.242
56.38
736
48
163
curd
0.000
0.00
0
0
164
ghee
0.024
7.93
240
22
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
0
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Lakshadweep
Rural
item description
item code
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
167
other milk products
-
0.00
0
0
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
71.81
832
52
170
salt
0.247
2.41
935
62
171
sugar – PDS
0.963
13.02
884
59
172
sugar – other sources
0.667
22.56
784
52
173
gur
0.066
2.72
273
20
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.003
2.18
125
6
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.946
42.89
935
62
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.007
0.65
37
1
181
mustard oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
182
groundnut oil
0.001
0.11
2
1
183
coconut oil
0.465
52.30
780
52
184
refined oil
0.243
18.48
435
28
185
edible oil: others
0.087
6.09
167
14
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.804
77.64
935
62
190
eggs (no.)
4.673
18.79
305
28
191
fish, prawn
2.321
294.63
849
58
192
goat meat/mutton
0.010
1.63
13
1
193
beef/ buffalo meat
1.135
160.20
489
36
-
3.47
140
4
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.417
43.74
250
17
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.000
0.00
0
0
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
518.99
876
60
200
potato
0.665
15.03
816
55
201
onion
0.872
16.40
935
62
202
tomato
0.681
19.91
935
62
203
brinjal
0.151
5.26
506
31
204
radish
0.000
0.00
0
0
205
carrot
0.257
8.98
664
47
206
palak/other
0.020
0.50
230
15
207
green chillies
0.161
11.67
921
60
208
lady's finger
0.224
8.09
650
44
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.000
0.00
0
0
211
cauliflower
0.000
0.00
0
0
212
cabbage
0.210
5.55
550
41
0.08
8
4
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.002
214
peas
0.056
2.64
187
17
215
beans, barbati
0.296
12.68
667
42
216
lemon (no.)
0.321
0.71
70
5
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Lakshadweep
Rural
item description
item code
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.540
14.57
638
42
-
122.00
935
62
10.102
28.49
727
52
221
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
222
watermelon
0.248
4.97
98
6
0.001
0.04
2
1
61
223
pineapple (no.)
224
coconut (no.)
12.302
53.88
923
225
green coconut (no.)
0.204
0.96
68
6
226
guava
0.056
2.86
65
3
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
2.444
15.89
286
26
230
papaya
0.089
1.56
56
4
231
mango
0.001
0.05
2
1
0.000
0.00
0
0
232
kharbooza
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.441
50.83
501
32
237
grapes
0.162
11.54
258
13
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.03
1
1
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
171.07
1000
63
0.000
0.00
0
0
240
coconut: copra
241
groundnut
0.026
3.01
110
7
242
dates
0.129
10.08
244
18
243
cashewnut
0.012
3.17
81
9
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.20
13
1
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.03
2
1
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.168
16.49
339
23
250
ginger (gm)
91.480
7.14
865
57
251
garlic (gm)
46.067
4.32
912
59
252
jeera (gm)
25.139
4.23
899
56
253
dhania (gm)
86.032
8.95
718
55
254
turmeric (gm)
32.293
5.88
935
62
255
black pepper (gm)
256
dry chillies (gm)
257
258
18.705
7.16
701
54
131.571
19.53
718
55
tamarind (gm)
47.133
5.02
661
43
curry powder (gm)
90.584
15.92
737
52
260
oilseeds (gm)
37.183
2.58
888
61
261
other spices (gm)
225.269
17.11
812
56
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Lakshadweep
Rural
item description
item code
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
3.611
1.01
82
4
0.000
0.00
0
0
831.456
97.93
935
62
6.760
34.02
485
29
192.389
31.27
888
61
274
mineral water (litre)
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.001
0.03
1
1
-
0.61
13
1
-
66.95
935
62
1.677
49.78
109
12
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
279
beverages: sub-total
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.374
10.53
62
3
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.848
54.94
435
28
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
27.22
166
14
284
other served processed food
-
7.63
145
4
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
150.10
642
40
-
14.65
144
7
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
58.18
798
51
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.102
16.79
509
38
293
chips (gm)
72.027
13.26
275
19
294
pickles (gm)
36.727
4.98
128
15
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
12.653
2.53
75
3
296
other packaged food
-
2.40
58
7
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
112.78
875
57
777
total: food group
-
1663.65
1000
63
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Puducherry
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
3.049
25.35
745
107
102
rice – other sources
4.904
115.55
873
116
103
chira
0.000
0.00
0
0
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
1
106
other rice products
0.033
0.72
37
3
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.671
4.98
531
72
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.159
4.06
196
30
110
maida
0.063
2.03
195
42
111
suji, rawa
0.105
3.11
349
61
112
sewai, noodles
0.020
1.42
202
26
113
bread: bakery
0.003
0.21
28
5
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.093
1.57
122
21
122
other cereals
0.008
0.13
10
1
129
cereal: sub-total
9.109
159.12
941
124
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.406
29.34
941
124
141
gram: split
0.105
6.20
704
101
142
gram: whole
0.034
2.17
208
33
143
moong
0.068
5.03
562
79
144
masur
0.006
0.46
29
4
145
urd
0.335
23.52
773
111
146
peas
0.000
0.00
1
2
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.000
0.02
5
2
150
gram products
0.112
7.12
718
103
151
besan
0.007
0.42
85
9
152
other pulse products
0.006
0.28
74
14
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.078
74.57
941
124
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.683
111.91
857
119
161
baby food
0.001
0.10
2
1
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.11
5
1
163
curd
0.053
2.69
251
38
164
ghee
0.005
1.85
204
33
165
butter
0.001
0.22
5
1
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Puducherry
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.84
93
11
167
other milk products
-
0.39
7
3
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
118.11
891
121
170
salt
0.314
3.72
941
124
171
sugar – PDS
0.140
1.92
308
50
172
sugar – other sources
0.400
12.63
737
99
173
gur
0.011
0.51
125
25
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.001
0.20
8
3
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.866
18.98
941
124
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.000
0.00
0
0
181
mustard oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
182
groundnut oil
0.047
4.48
67
4
183
coconut oil
0.002
0.31
12
4
184
refined oil
0.624
46.79
818
113
185
edible oil: others
0.110
8.61
291
38
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.784
60.18
941
124
190
eggs (no.)
6.435
18.55
795
99
191
fish, prawn
0.547
62.64
735
101
192
goat meat/mutton
0.080
24.95
107
16
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.051
6.71
68
11
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.439
46.15
550
68
0.000
0.01
1
1
-
159.02
920
117
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.480
9.06
849
118
201
onion
0.987
15.14
941
124
202
tomato
0.966
14.04
941
124
203
brinjal
0.407
7.73
856
113
204
radish
0.138
2.54
455
63
205
carrot
0.325
9.70
803
107
206
palak/other
0.131
4.37
430
67
207
green chillies
0.108
3.51
898
117
208
lady's finger
0.246
5.21
617
95
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.002
0.02
3
1
211
cauliflower
0.029
0.86
109
21
212
cabbage
0.358
4.90
662
79
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.073
1.06
125
17
214
peas
0.001
0.02
5
2
215
beans, barbati
0.251
8.58
688
86
216
lemon (no.)
1.970
4.76
548
79
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Puducherry
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.486
9.88
862
117
-
101.44
941
124
banana (no.)
6.429
16.40
812
110
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
222
watermelon
0.040
1.02
53
7
223
pineapple (no.)
0.023
0.13
10
2
224
coconut (no.)
1.485
10.92
777
103
225
green coconut (no.)
0.048
0.43
20
5
226
guava
0.014
0.49
11
6
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.626
2.95
84
13
230
papaya
0.006
0.16
5
1
231
mango
0.153
4.71
122
12
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.032
3.75
45
20
237
grapes
0.136
8.06
224
29
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.73
88
21
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
52.77
924
120
240
coconut: copra
0.005
0.19
53
6
241
groundnut
0.012
1.10
49
7
242
dates
0.010
1.16
45
11
243
cashewnut
0.002
0.79
51
9
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.001
0.09
4
2
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.01
0
1
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.06
4
1
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.030
3.40
185
29
250
ginger (gm)
61.642
3.68
836
110
251
garlic (gm)
171.710
12.10
941
124
252
jeera (gm)
30.247
7.11
884
122
253
dhania (gm)
96.314
9.21
910
123
254
turmeric (gm)
30.214
5.90
884
121
255
black pepper (gm)
29.160
11.88
884
122
256
dry chillies (gm)
111.620
13.19
941
124
257
tamarind (gm)
236.142
26.82
941
124
258
curry powder (gm)
46.810
8.91
889
113
260
oilseeds (gm)
38.543
3.27
916
123
261
other spices (gm)
48.779
6.37
803
113
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Puducherry
Rural
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
901.183
108.37
941
124
270
tea: cups (no.)
8.139
47.16
622
75
271
tea: leaf (gm)
47.444
17.22
711
101
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.166
0.19
11
1
273
coffee: powder (gm)
14.327
8.30
285
41
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.025
0.73
12
4
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.003
0.09
3
2
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.56
44
13
279
beverages: sub-total
-
76.23
995
126
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
2.061
70.06
255
29
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.070
1.50
17
5
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.180
17.61
189
30
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
28.21
417
50
284
other served processed food
-
0.00
0
0
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
117.40
610
80
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
9.12
149
25
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
30.21
789
102
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.061
8.51
297
55
293
chips (gm)
13.975
2.49
114
16
294
pickles (gm)
13.200
1.89
156
24
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
296
other packaged food
-
3.09
96
16
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
55.32
892
117
777
total: food group
-
1104.93
1000
128
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:01
item code
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.404
9.03
633
1111
102
rice – other sources
3.623
55.70
793
1341
103
chira
0.035
0.74
115
185
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.07
14
22
105
muri
0.036
1.16
138
273
106
other rice products
0.009
0.13
5
13
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.981
3.54
402
604
108
wheat/atta – other sources
2.629
28.97
578
881
110
maida
0.006
0.12
33
55
111
suji, rawa
0.011
0.25
88
158
112
sewai, noodles
0.003
0.11
25
39
113
bread: bakery
0.003
0.14
32
72
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.01
3
4
115
jowar & its products
0.008
0.14
8
23
116
bajra & its products
0.035
0.30
24
23
117
maize & its products
0.202
2.03
81
130
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
1
1
120
small millets & its products
0.010
0.11
8
20
121
ragi & its products
0.029
0.33
28
68
122
other cereals
0.006
0.08
15
18
129
cereal: sub-total
10.033
102.96
991
1633
139
cereal substitutes
0.007
0.13
20
32
140
arhar, tur
0.107
5.99
416
655
141
gram: split
0.041
1.71
205
325
142
gram: whole
0.013
0.38
81
142
143
moong
0.027
1.62
167
293
144
masur
0.090
4.20
365
619
145
urd
0.048
2.22
232
341
146
peas
0.105
2.99
263
372
147
khesari
0.033
0.92
91
142
148
other pulses
0.027
0.88
107
203
150
gram products
0.002
0.11
20
26
151
besan
0.018
0.80
187
255
152
other pulse products
0.007
0.31
53
111
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.517
22.11
979
1583
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.816
16.94
389
575
161
baby food
0.000
0.09
4
10
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.12
15
39
163
curd
0.001
0.04
9
18
164
ghee
0.001
0.30
13
15
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
0
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:01
item code
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.04
16
20
167
other milk products
-
0.12
20
19
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
17.64
427
649
170
salt
0.208
1.75
981
1617
171
sugar – PDS
0.112
1.73
386
642
172
sugar – other sources
0.229
7.55
686
1115
173
gur
0.018
0.58
130
202
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.01
5
8
175
honey
0.000
0.00
1
3
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.568
11.63
991
1632
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.008
0.52
38
42
181
mustard oil
0.218
17.43
639
1042
19
182
groundnut oil
0.002
0.15
7
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.04
2
8
184
refined oil
0.091
6.56
264
433
185
edible oil: others
0.029
1.76
94
161
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.348
26.45
983
1603
190
eggs (no.)
0.514
1.87
109
190
191
fish, prawn
0.083
6.67
187
338
192
goat meat/mutton
0.004
0.69
12
14
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.003
0.35
9
23
194
pork
0.001
0.12
2
14
195
chicken
0.037
3.91
62
91
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.26
12
24
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
13.87
332
576
200
potato
1.798
15.54
953
1549
201
onion
0.476
6.12
920
1512
202
tomato
0.329
4.30
589
931
203
brinjal
0.316
4.04
502
801
204
radish
0.092
0.65
135
208
205
carrot
0.016
0.16
19
25
206
palak/other
0.460
4.46
525
920
207
green chillies
0.077
2.60
762
1265
208
lady's finger
0.087
1.41
157
245
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.047
0.83
102
181
211
cauliflower
0.185
1.88
216
312
212
cabbage
0.123
1.18
155
270
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.241
2.41
299
517
214
peas
0.036
0.51
68
104
215
beans, barbati
0.062
0.95
116
221
216
lemon (no.)
0.176
0.26
71
172
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:01
item code
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.402
4.97
513
872
-
52.32
986
1627
banana (no.)
0.631
0.99
93
161
jackfruit
0.034
0.09
6
8
222
watermelon
0.016
0.17
14
15
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
2
224
coconut (no.)
0.072
0.61
78
118
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
1
3
226
guava
0.027
0.40
61
90
227
singara
0.002
0.03
5
8
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.013
0.03
3
13
230
papaya
0.008
0.10
14
31
231
mango
0.044
0.94
41
72
232
kharbooza
0.004
0.02
2
6
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.005
0.05
6
11
235
leechi
0.001
0.02
2
2
236
apple
0.002
0.08
4
8
237
grapes
0.001
0.06
8
11
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.39
27
46
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
3.99
302
493
240
coconut: copra
0.001
0.11
16
21
241
groundnut
0.006
0.37
41
62
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
1
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.05
3
1
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
1
245
other nuts
0.000
0.01
1
1
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.01
2
3
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.04
5
6
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.007
0.59
57
82
250
ginger (gm)
24.258
1.37
451
765
251
garlic (gm)
41.075
2.98
811
1337
252
jeera (gm)
12.865
2.48
577
962
253
dhania (gm)
30.776
2.89
647
968
254
turmeric (gm)
30.081
4.53
904
1499
255
black pepper (gm)
2.122
0.59
128
213
256
dry chillies (gm)
32.912
3.80
735
1181
257
tamarind (gm)
5.392
0.32
77
116
258
curry powder (gm)
3.772
0.78
132
222
260
oilseeds (gm)
8.451
0.60
310
515
261
other spices (gm)
22.883
3.87
588
888
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:01
item code
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
214.586
24.23
987
1618
270
tea: cups (no.)
1.005
2.84
181
312
271
tea: leaf (gm)
31.164
5.91
691
1137
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
1
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.146
0.04
8
9
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.001
0.06
2
2
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
1
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.03
5
8
279
beverages: sub-total
-
8.88
782
1290
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.039
0.52
8
14
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.019
0.23
4
11
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.657
17.12
348
596
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
4.06
294
526
284
other served processed food
-
0.27
31
52
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
22.20
546
958
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
1.39
71
144
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
5.55
592
1010
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.016
1.50
174
287
293
chips (gm)
0.626
0.08
10
13
294
pickles (gm)
0.736
0.07
17
29
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.003
0.00
0
1
296
other packaged food
-
0.23
26
55
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
8.83
669
1137
777
total: food group
-
315.84
998
1642
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:02
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.049
8.49
597
1033
102
rice – other sources
4.082
64.70
851
1468
103
chira
0.048
1.05
160
274
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.10
20
33
105
muri
0.061
1.93
203
383
106
other rice products
0.004
0.10
11
17
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.944
3.80
435
617
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.177
35.72
680
1065
110
maida
0.021
0.36
65
110
111
suji, rawa
0.021
0.45
146
286
112
sewai, noodles
0.005
0.19
35
60
113
bread: bakery
0.009
0.41
77
135
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.03
4
5
115
jowar & its products
0.069
1.51
33
48
116
bajra & its products
0.036
0.41
20
38
117
maize & its products
0.111
1.13
51
108
0
1
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
120
small millets & its products
0.004
0.06
7
11
121
ragi & its products
0.040
0.48
22
50
122
other cereals
0.006
0.13
19
29
129
cereal: sub-total
10.691
121.05
999
1732
139
cereal substitutes
0.004
0.10
17
36
140
arhar, tur
0.129
7.64
489
778
141
gram: split
0.046
1.97
271
453
142
gram: whole
0.019
0.67
115
210
143
moong
0.036
2.14
243
411
144
masur
0.112
5.37
466
784
145
urd
0.055
2.78
269
450
146
peas
0.096
2.82
237
372
147
khesari
0.020
0.57
65
123
148
other pulses
0.026
0.95
117
212
150
gram products
0.002
0.13
24
49
151
besan
0.024
1.09
244
373
152
other pulse products
0.008
0.35
60
127
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.574
26.48
992
1706
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.464
30.58
553
868
161
baby food
0.001
0.22
8
16
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.37
30
73
163
curd
0.001
0.04
8
17
164
ghee
0.001
0.37
16
30
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
1
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:02
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
167
other milk products
-
0.09
15
23
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
31.72
593
972
170
salt
0.229
1.95
994
1726
171
sugar – PDS
0.109
1.68
358
673
172
sugar – other sources
0.316
10.45
791
1298
173
gur
0.028
0.90
160
286
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.02
16
25
175
honey
0.000
0.00
1
4
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.682
15.01
999
1733
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.008
0.61
40
59
181
mustard oil
0.289
23.36
709
1186
182
groundnut oil
0.002
0.17
9
28
183
coconut oil
0.001
0.10
5
12
184
refined oil
0.095
6.84
247
463
185
edible oil: others
0.033
2.03
77
127
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.428
33.11
996
1716
190
eggs (no.)
0.704
2.55
149
304
191
fish, prawn
0.133
10.85
240
449
192
goat meat/mutton
0.007
1.59
15
22
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.012
1.16
15
39
194
pork
0.004
0.42
7
32
195
chicken
0.046
4.99
80
150
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.40
12
29
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
21.94
408
786
200
potato
2.078
18.14
966
1664
201
onion
0.549
7.21
947
1650
202
tomato
0.347
4.84
598
1063
203
brinjal
0.368
5.04
558
943
204
radish
0.121
0.82
162
265
205
carrot
0.022
0.22
44
56
206
palak/other
0.471
4.71
525
1017
207
green chillies
0.089
3.11
808
1410
208
lady's finger
0.120
2.06
214
345
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.077
1.34
143
218
211
cauliflower
0.240
2.51
250
403
212
cabbage
0.200
1.94
239
402
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.321
3.26
342
599
214
peas
0.059
0.77
85
143
215
beans, barbati
0.054
0.99
105
244
216
lemon (no.)
0.302
0.42
125
256
* unless otherwise specified
0.04
20
30
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:02
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
watermelon
223
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
0.462
6.37
1.100
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
569
986
63.77
996
1730
1.61
130
247
0.033
0.15
10
17
0.015
0.15
12
21
pineapple (no.)
0.003
0.03
2
9
224
coconut (no.)
0.103
0.93
82
158
225
green coconut (no.)
0.009
0.09
7
13
226
guava
0.040
0.47
59
98
227
singara
0.006
0.08
7
15
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.043
0.20
11
34
230
papaya
0.015
0.20
15
34
231
mango
0.056
1.19
47
106
232
kharbooza
0.016
0.18
10
17
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.02
1
1
234
berries
0.002
0.02
6
10
4
6
235
leechi
0.001
0.06
236
apple
0.001
0.09
5
18
237
grapes
0.004
0.20
17
37
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.36
30
55
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
6.02
357
697
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.24
29
43
241
groundnut
0.014
0.91
86
127
242
dates
0.000
0.02
2
6
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.01
0
4
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
1
245
other nuts
0.000
0.04
3
3
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.11
7
12
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.02
2
6
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.018
1.34
108
163
250
ginger (gm)
31.359
1.73
560
1016
251
garlic (gm)
46.923
3.38
868
1470
252
jeera (gm)
16.971
3.22
702
1164
253
dhania (gm)
38.923
3.33
714
1111
254
turmeric (gm)
36.264
5.39
937
1642
255
black pepper (gm)
256
dry chillies (gm)
257
258
3.244
0.95
196
288
35.012
4.14
774
1305
tamarind (gm)
7.505
0.48
109
176
curry powder (gm)
4.973
0.96
159
289
260
oilseeds (gm)
9.750
0.74
315
579
261
other spices (gm)
22.569
3.93
589
1006
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:02
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
253.494
28.26
996
270
tea: cups (no.)
1.441
4.25
234
415
271
tea: leaf (gm)
41.880
7.89
800
1401
1724
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.083
0.02
2
7
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.003
0.05
4
4
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.000
0.01
1
4
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.03
5
12
279
beverages: sub-total
-
12.26
890
1538
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.025
0.44
9
19
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.020
0.30
6
11
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.887
19.56
359
651
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
5.89
383
650
284
other served processed food
-
0.55
39
66
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
26.74
611
1076
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
1.77
82
194
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
8.07
731
1249
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.025
2.37
259
416
293
chips (gm)
0.282
0.05
5
26
294
pickles (gm)
1.010
0.10
24
50
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.045
0.02
1
2
296
other packaged food
-
0.36
43
56
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
12.73
793
1377
777
total: food group
-
400.51
1000
1734
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:03
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.861
7.42
527
1942
102
rice – other sources
4.353
72.45
836
3129
103
chira
0.067
1.49
187
675
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.09
17
59
105
muri
0.070
2.26
225
837
106
other rice products
0.004
0.06
8
29
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.863
3.59
395
1282
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.349
38.47
675
2280
110
maida
0.013
0.26
68
253
111
suji, rawa
0.029
0.66
179
694
112
sewai, noodles
0.005
0.26
48
194
113
bread: bakery
0.012
0.47
75
303
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.06
3
11
115
jowar & its products
0.120
2.30
48
149
116
bajra & its products
0.098
1.06
29
94
117
maize & its products
0.119
1.34
68
261
118
barley & its products
0.002
0.03
2
8
120
small millets & its products
0.005
0.08
8
23
121
ragi & its products
0.040
0.47
25
89
122
other cereals
0.004
0.07
11
40
129
cereal: sub-total
11.017
132.90
994
3674
139
cereal substitutes
0.005
0.19
28
109
140
arhar, tur
0.159
9.40
504
1757
141
gram: split
0.054
2.37
280
1017
142
gram: whole
0.021
0.78
124
483
143
moong
0.049
2.97
269
998
144
masur
0.115
5.79
479
1786
145
urd
0.053
2.67
268
1004
146
peas
0.090
2.67
215
727
147
khesari
0.019
0.59
63
237
148
other pulses
0.024
0.92
120
490
150
gram products
0.003
0.19
40
101
151
besan
0.027
1.25
249
896
152
other pulse products
0.007
0.34
62
277
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.622
29.93
990
3608
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.125
46.56
626
2146
161
baby food
0.002
0.49
16
51
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.45
28
199
163
curd
0.004
0.17
18
77
164
ghee
0.002
0.66
24
114
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
1
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:03
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.07
22
61
167
other milk products
-
0.13
19
53
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
48.52
676
2402
170
salt
0.235
2.07
989
3649
171
sugar – PDS
0.100
1.56
336
1327
172
sugar – other sources
0.371
12.26
823
2871
173
gur
0.037
1.22
202
669
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.06
17
68
175
honey
0.000
0.03
2
14
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.745
17.19
994
3672
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.007
0.53
40
157
181
mustard oil
0.311
25.79
683
2553
182
groundnut oil
0.012
0.96
22
78
183
coconut oil
0.002
0.22
6
28
184
refined oil
0.115
8.40
268
1040
185
edible oil: others
0.035
2.26
77
240
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.482
38.16
994
3644
190
eggs (no.)
0.975
3.56
187
807
191
fish, prawn
0.162
13.86
272
1119
192
goat meat/mutton
0.006
1.24
12
55
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.026
2.35
38
141
194
pork
0.005
0.77
7
67
195
chicken
0.073
8.08
113
446
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.007
0.38
15
65
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
30.24
475
1926
200
potato
2.217
19.63
950
3493
201
onion
0.633
8.36
964
3521
202
tomato
0.386
5.44
626
2343
203
brinjal
0.382
5.38
573
2081
204
radish
0.121
0.96
166
617
205
carrot
0.024
0.31
49
159
206
palak/other
0.529
5.64
604
2219
207
green chillies
0.109
3.68
833
3005
208
lady's finger
0.134
2.42
236
793
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.088
1.71
148
507
211
cauliflower
0.232
2.73
262
935
212
cabbage
0.201
2.00
240
973
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.323
3.52
345
1354
214
peas
0.067
0.96
85
310
215
beans, barbati
0.064
1.23
124
526
216
lemon (no.)
0.500
0.74
183
695
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:03
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.475
6.36
544
2118
-
71.11
994
3671
banana (no.)
1.574
2.44
186
722
jackfruit
0.013
0.11
9
38
222
watermelon
0.070
0.50
20
64
223
pineapple (no.)
0.008
0.07
5
28
224
coconut (no.)
0.158
1.44
118
392
225
green coconut (no.)
0.014
0.09
6
25
226
guava
0.059
0.85
79
258
227
singara
0.012
0.14
13
40
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.078
0.36
18
100
230
papaya
0.025
0.34
18
89
231
mango
0.069
1.69
64
238
232
kharbooza
0.032
0.32
12
31
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.01
1
7
234
berries
0.006
0.10
10
30
235
leechi
0.002
0.07
3
11
236
apple
0.005
0.34
12
55
237
grapes
0.009
0.46
28
93
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.57
37
139
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
9.90
455
1699
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.27
31
138
241
groundnut
0.021
1.32
110
349
242
dates
0.001
0.06
6
22
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.04
1
10
244
walnut
0.000
0.01
0
3
245
other nuts
0.000
0.01
1
4
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.10
9
36
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.10
4
29
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.026
1.90
135
471
250
ginger (gm)
37.935
2.10
624
2351
251
garlic (gm)
52.662
3.71
878
3163
252
jeera (gm)
20.656
3.97
778
2655
253
dhania (gm)
37.459
3.52
691
2369
254
turmeric (gm)
38.202
5.98
941
3479
255
black pepper (gm)
3.460
1.03
200
654
256
dry chillies (gm)
41.882
4.98
786
2829
257
tamarind (gm)
9.272
0.62
123
397
258
curry powder (gm)
6.836
1.34
195
675
260
oilseeds (gm)
12.585
0.86
359
1231
261
other spices (gm)
25.556
4.33
611
2227
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:03
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
286.507
32.44
993
3648
270
tea: cups (no.)
1.769
5.14
283
1083
271
tea: leaf (gm)
46.270
8.88
816
3070
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.013
0.01
2
3
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.435
0.11
10
34
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.002
0.07
4
23
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.003
0.07
4
14
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.07
12
60
279
beverages: sub-total
-
14.35
889
3326
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.073
0.91
14
60
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.051
0.83
10
37
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.969
20.85
368
1323
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
7.12
393
1424
284
other served processed food
-
0.61
33
128
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
30.32
643
2315
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
2.67
124
427
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
8.97
724
2660
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.032
2.95
272
959
293
chips (gm)
1.127
0.17
22
99
294
pickles (gm)
1.578
0.18
29
126
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.161
0.02
2
3
296
other packaged food
-
0.26
24
112
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
15.21
801
2955
777
total: food group
-
472.35
1000
3681
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:04
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.730
7.51
475
1947
102
rice – other sources
4.400
74.24
844
3462
103
chira
0.070
1.57
209
785
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.06
13
56
105
muri
0.085
2.75
214
899
106
other rice products
0.003
0.06
9
41
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.808
3.45
375
1287
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.386
39.36
675
2536
110
maida
0.022
0.42
83
323
111
suji, rawa
0.036
0.83
209
884
112
sewai, noodles
0.007
0.34
63
259
113
bread: bakery
0.014
0.58
88
382
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.01
2
14
115
jowar & its products
0.208
4.01
67
212
116
bajra & its products
0.159
1.70
43
158
117
maize & its products
0.169
1.94
79
291
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
2
7
120
small millets & its products
0.003
0.03
3
26
121
ragi & its products
0.041
0.54
25
115
122
other cereals
0.011
0.19
23
62
129
cereal: sub-total
11.155
139.62
997
4036
139
cereal substitutes
0.020
0.27
39
156
140
arhar, tur
0.186
11.11
530
2051
141
gram: split
0.055
2.47
304
1203
142
gram: whole
0.024
0.98
148
590
143
moong
0.064
3.80
321
1275
144
masur
0.123
6.21
472
1913
145
urd
0.059
3.10
306
1235
146
peas
0.058
1.74
174
723
147
khesari
0.021
0.64
68
229
148
other pulses
0.020
0.81
100
544
150
gram products
0.003
0.17
34
135
151
besan
0.036
1.64
306
1087
152
other pulse products
0.012
0.56
76
336
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.661
33.25
991
3973
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.436
54.60
680
2649
161
baby food
0.002
0.39
12
55
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.39
30
240
163
curd
0.012
0.41
40
117
164
ghee
0.005
1.86
43
186
165
butter
0.000
0.07
2
5
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:04
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.09
20
72
167
other milk products
-
0.17
20
71
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
57.97
730
2944
170
salt
0.239
2.13
990
4013
171
sugar – PDS
0.107
1.65
343
1502
172
sugar – other sources
0.437
14.47
835
3225
173
gur
0.041
1.34
211
773
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.07
23
100
175
honey
0.000
0.03
5
12
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.826
19.69
997
4035
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.011
0.81
44
172
181
mustard oil
0.317
26.49
658
2713
182
groundnut oil
0.016
1.36
36
124
183
coconut oil
0.002
0.21
7
41
184
refined oil
0.143
10.52
288
1168
185
edible oil: others
0.046
3.08
82
305
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.536
42.48
996
3995
190
eggs (no.)
1.414
5.18
253
990
191
fish, prawn
0.197
17.13
288
1259
192
goat meat/mutton
0.020
4.24
35
112
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.030
2.90
35
197
194
pork
0.006
0.79
10
96
195
chicken
0.097
11.24
152
605
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.005
0.32
12
65
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
41.80
536
2255
200
potato
2.162
19.56
953
3833
201
onion
0.702
9.17
975
3867
202
tomato
0.427
6.38
637
2614
203
brinjal
0.404
5.75
576
2282
204
radish
0.109
0.92
154
665
205
carrot
0.028
0.43
57
236
206
palak/other
0.559
6.29
597
2517
207
green chillies
0.125
4.28
852
3346
208
lady's finger
0.178
3.26
281
1033
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.099
1.99
160
586
211
cauliflower
0.267
3.19
274
1083
212
cabbage
0.216
2.32
254
1032
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.376
3.98
366
1485
214
peas
0.074
1.14
96
371
215
beans, barbati
0.065
1.33
134
619
216
lemon (no.)
0.783
1.09
240
831
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:04
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.537
7.52
554
2354
-
78.62
996
4032
banana (no.)
2.300
3.59
236
960
jackfruit
0.025
0.16
11
52
222
watermelon
0.055
0.46
31
102
223
pineapple (no.)
0.004
0.05
2
26
224
coconut (no.)
0.209
1.89
146
560
225
green coconut (no.)
0.013
0.13
10
29
226
guava
0.072
0.99
81
270
227
singara
0.005
0.08
8
42
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.144
0.47
26
148
230
papaya
0.023
0.36
23
105
231
mango
0.137
3.30
80
315
232
kharbooza
0.018
0.21
11
40
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.01
1
5
234
berries
0.004
0.04
7
23
235
leechi
0.001
0.18
4
15
236
apple
0.010
0.73
22
129
237
grapes
0.011
0.55
29
144
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.66
44
185
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
13.85
532
2148
240
coconut: copra
0.006
0.58
57
223
241
groundnut
0.026
1.59
125
461
242
dates
0.002
0.14
7
34
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.02
3
9
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
1
5
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
3
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.22
17
67
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.11
8
38
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.036
2.67
160
626
250
ginger (gm)
43.254
2.41
635
2692
251
garlic (gm)
59.534
4.17
893
3552
252
jeera (gm)
22.673
4.36
791
3047
253
dhania (gm)
39.438
3.78
720
2658
254
turmeric (gm)
41.597
6.45
949
3831
255
black pepper (gm)
4.660
1.41
235
840
256
dry chillies (gm)
51.767
6.26
816
3224
257
tamarind (gm)
13.294
0.97
146
560
258
curry powder (gm)
7.010
1.34
190
826
260
oilseeds (gm)
16.034
1.13
400
1471
261
other spices (gm)
28.869
4.90
631
2496
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:04
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
328.130
37.20
996
4023
270
tea: cups (no.)
2.005
6.06
307
1290
271
tea: leaf (gm)
57.467
11.14
832
3417
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.012
0.01
1
8
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.622
0.13
12
44
274
mineral water (litre)
0.034
0.03
3
7
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.007
0.26
9
40
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.001
0.06
6
21
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.11
13
60
279
beverages: sub-total
-
17.82
921
3744
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.103
2.07
24
116
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.038
0.58
11
39
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.824
20.80
323
1360
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
8.28
410
1673
284
other served processed food
-
0.57
41
152
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
32.30
615
2539
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
3.17
133
572
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
9.98
723
2907
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.037
3.38
288
1119
293
chips (gm)
1.917
0.30
30
128
294
pickles (gm)
3.367
0.33
49
172
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.161
0.03
3
8
296
other packaged food
-
0.53
37
187
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
17.73
815
3293
777
total: food group
-
535.26
1000
4047
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:05
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.578
7.29
475
2082
102
rice – other sources
4.412
77.40
856
3661
103
chira
0.067
1.55
197
862
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.08
15
60
105
muri
0.078
2.52
221
912
106
other rice products
0.007
0.15
15
56
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.791
3.93
376
1415
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.463
41.31
678
2662
110
maida
0.020
0.40
91
389
111
suji, rawa
0.041
0.95
237
1033
112
sewai, noodles
0.009
0.45
78
279
113
bread: bakery
0.016
0.74
104
464
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.03
6
24
115
jowar & its products
0.180
3.53
76
268
116
bajra & its products
0.216
2.39
66
192
117
maize & its products
0.164
1.94
81
325
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.005
0.09
7
48
121
ragi & its products
0.060
0.68
42
146
122
other cereals
0.006
0.14
21
68
129
cereal: sub-total
11.116
145.57
999
4283
139
cereal substitutes
0.038
0.81
56
259
140
arhar, tur
0.181
11.05
559
2275
141
gram: split
0.061
2.74
346
1422
142
gram: whole
0.036
1.41
184
786
143
moong
0.075
4.57
391
1578
144
masur
0.129
6.59
490
2072
145
urd
0.072
3.80
334
1445
146
peas
0.054
1.65
166
664
147
khesari
0.013
0.41
46
175
148
other pulses
0.024
1.12
128
661
150
gram products
0.003
0.17
43
200
151
besan
0.039
1.83
325
1260
152
other pulse products
0.012
0.56
96
400
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.699
35.90
992
4228
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.130
71.46
765
3053
161
baby food
0.002
0.41
14
71
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.52
37
280
163
curd
0.018
0.57
48
164
164
ghee
0.006
2.15
52
212
165
butter
0.000
0.01
1
12
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:05
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.08
16
82
167
other milk products
-
0.27
23
91
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
75.47
811
3370
170
salt
0.242
2.25
994
4261
171
sugar – PDS
0.098
1.54
301
1584
172
sugar – other sources
0.483
15.90
851
3476
173
gur
0.040
1.33
210
826
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.09
27
105
175
honey
0.000
0.02
4
16
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.864
21.12
999
4281
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.017
1.20
61
234
181
mustard oil
0.325
27.11
639
2760
182
groundnut oil
0.019
1.66
36
147
183
coconut oil
0.004
0.40
15
77
184
refined oil
0.166
12.43
309
1350
185
edible oil: others
0.061
4.02
90
366
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.592
46.81
995
4247
190
eggs (no.)
1.506
5.54
271
1142
191
fish, prawn
0.212
18.16
296
1366
192
goat meat/mutton
0.023
5.31
42
161
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.041
3.99
45
259
194
pork
0.009
1.19
14
142
195
chicken
0.131
15.03
192
765
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.003
0.23
9
86
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
49.46
573
2545
200
potato
2.148
19.68
936
4030
201
onion
0.752
9.92
971
4143
202
tomato
0.455
6.60
681
2961
203
brinjal
0.430
6.24
590
2467
204
radish
0.138
1.20
185
741
205
carrot
0.045
0.64
77
350
206
palak/other
0.580
6.73
600
2715
207
green chillies
0.126
4.29
826
3478
208
lady's finger
0.166
3.10
274
1089
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.114
2.24
173
611
211
cauliflower
0.264
3.26
282
1191
212
cabbage
0.239
2.59
285
1204
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.365
3.98
340
1585
214
peas
0.086
1.29
114
448
215
beans, barbati
0.079
1.63
161
792
216
lemon (no.)
0.809
1.18
251
970
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:05
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.542
7.94
567
2522
-
82.54
999
4282
banana (no.)
2.971
4.80
284
1177
jackfruit
0.017
0.20
10
60
222
watermelon
0.049
0.43
22
99
223
pineapple (no.)
0.004
0.04
3
41
224
coconut (no.)
0.235
2.07
140
638
225
green coconut (no.)
0.022
0.23
15
57
226
guava
0.095
1.45
107
319
227
singara
0.008
0.17
12
44
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.151
0.50
27
172
230
papaya
0.043
0.65
36
165
231
mango
0.135
3.31
93
364
232
kharbooza
0.024
0.28
15
48
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.01
1
5
234
berries
0.006
0.08
8
40
235
leechi
0.002
0.10
4
17
236
apple
0.021
1.50
40
165
237
grapes
0.017
0.82
42
183
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.63
40
227
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
17.29
589
2530
240
coconut: copra
0.009
0.84
91
305
241
groundnut
0.039
2.57
165
601
242
dates
0.003
0.17
12
48
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.02
1
20
244
walnut
0.000
0.01
0
10
245
other nuts
0.000
0.02
1
7
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.47
32
101
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.23
11
55
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.055
4.33
223
811
250
ginger (gm)
47.540
2.69
670
2979
251
garlic (gm)
63.937
4.61
905
3770
252
jeera (gm)
24.767
4.84
828
3252
253
dhania (gm)
45.664
4.32
744
2863
254
turmeric (gm)
45.111
6.96
961
4081
255
black pepper (gm)
5.761
1.79
271
934
256
dry chillies (gm)
55.461
6.77
844
3494
257
tamarind (gm)
14.729
1.23
165
681
258
curry powder (gm)
7.798
1.42
207
964
260
oilseeds (gm)
16.752
1.27
423
1585
261
other spices (gm)
27.546
4.95
607
2656
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:05
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
355.065
40.85
998
4273
270
tea: cups (no.)
2.600
8.22
357
1577
271
tea: leaf (gm)
65.005
12.45
858
3787
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.005
0.02
1
12
273
coffee: powder (gm)
1.147
0.25
21
80
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
6
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.004
0.13
6
37
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.002
0.10
5
27
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.14
12
73
279
beverages: sub-total
-
21.32
938
4084
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.093
2.31
34
166
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.044
0.68
9
49
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.036
24.33
327
1403
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
9.17
433
1800
284
other served processed food
-
0.82
55
203
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
37.30
648
2720
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
3.41
139
638
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
10.93
718
3134
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.045
4.46
332
1357
293
chips (gm)
1.578
0.27
28
186
294
pickles (gm)
4.061
0.47
52
192
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.245
0.03
4
13
296
other packaged food
-
0.72
43
191
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
20.28
807
3557
777
total: food group
-
599.07
1000
4288
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:06
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.624
7.29
471
2349
102
rice – other sources
4.249
76.35
836
4092
103
chira
0.077
1.85
226
1022
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.08
11
55
105
muri
0.077
2.53
208
1023
106
other rice products
0.007
0.15
18
80
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.767
3.54
360
1575
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.613
43.24
671
3056
110
maida
0.028
0.54
114
542
111
suji, rawa
0.057
1.32
283
1333
112
sewai, noodles
0.008
0.45
70
336
113
bread: bakery
0.021
0.92
113
643
114
other wheat products
0.009
0.14
9
35
115
jowar & its products
0.224
4.97
95
360
116
bajra & its products
0.243
2.68
62
271
117
maize & its products
0.126
1.43
77
393
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.02
1
5
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.03
3
39
121
ragi & its products
0.066
0.80
48
212
122
other cereals
0.006
0.13
16
65
129
cereal: sub-total
11.207
148.46
991
4785
139
cereal substitutes
0.015
0.56
71
370
140
arhar, tur
0.207
12.60
603
2603
141
gram: split
0.076
3.52
399
1781
142
gram: whole
0.033
1.33
176
927
143
moong
0.076
4.79
402
1972
144
masur
0.118
6.12
450
2247
145
urd
0.068
3.75
357
1727
146
peas
0.052
1.59
170
730
147
khesari
0.010
0.31
39
155
148
other pulses
0.027
1.23
135
846
150
gram products
0.004
0.27
52
267
151
besan
0.042
2.02
321
1465
152
other pulse products
0.012
0.61
100
511
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.725
38.14
983
4734
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.728
86.05
792
3565
161
baby food
0.002
0.43
13
81
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.50
27
315
163
curd
0.023
0.80
55
230
164
ghee
0.008
2.57
68
343
165
butter
0.000
0.04
3
16
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:06
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.08
17
88
167
other milk products
-
0.47
27
121
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
90.94
826
3915
170
salt
0.250
2.32
989
4763
171
sugar – PDS
0.105
1.60
329
1822
172
sugar – other sources
0.557
18.30
856
3921
173
gur
0.045
1.52
230
991
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.12
33
144
175
honey
0.000
0.04
6
29
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.960
23.90
992
4785
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.019
1.37
66
306
181
mustard oil
0.322
26.75
570
2938
182
groundnut oil
0.029
2.54
45
203
183
coconut oil
0.005
0.52
17
91
184
refined oil
0.208
15.39
353
1628
185
edible oil: others
0.065
4.34
108
459
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.648
50.91
990
4746
190
eggs (no.)
1.548
5.63
258
1374
191
fish, prawn
0.226
19.87
283
1563
192
goat meat/mutton
0.033
7.42
51
210
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.032
3.33
39
248
194
pork
0.008
0.99
11
128
195
chicken
0.155
17.36
206
973
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.21
5
102
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
54.83
555
2880
200
potato
2.103
19.81
934
4500
201
onion
0.816
10.67
965
4599
202
tomato
0.552
8.35
734
3396
203
brinjal
0.431
6.67
599
2747
204
radish
0.137
1.23
162
805
205
carrot
0.047
0.80
89
443
206
palak/other
0.538
6.40
597
3124
207
green chillies
0.140
4.56
824
3906
208
lady's finger
0.191
3.81
310
1386
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.123
2.52
177
677
211
cauliflower
0.290
3.72
287
1319
212
cabbage
0.225
2.60
270
1378
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.382
4.40
351
1772
214
peas
0.090
1.42
109
480
215
beans, barbati
0.088
1.85
167
906
216
lemon (no.)
0.981
1.43
267
1216
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:06
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.532
8.23
554
2834
-
88.49
991
4781
banana (no.)
3.500
5.96
340
1560
jackfruit
0.015
0.12
7
59
222
watermelon
0.078
0.71
32
146
223
pineapple (no.)
0.008
0.10
6
59
224
coconut (no.)
0.346
3.01
186
840
225
green coconut (no.)
0.031
0.32
17
83
226
guava
0.084
1.27
95
347
227
singara
0.011
0.14
12
45
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.173
0.68
33
249
230
papaya
0.040
0.65
34
182
231
mango
0.150
3.91
94
467
232
kharbooza
0.033
0.38
20
65
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.01
0
7
234
berries
0.008
0.11
12
37
235
leechi
0.003
0.12
4
31
236
apple
0.026
1.95
43
247
237
grapes
0.025
1.25
61
280
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.92
47
293
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
21.61
639
3077
240
coconut: copra
0.013
1.21
111
464
241
groundnut
0.049
3.30
209
865
242
dates
0.004
0.25
12
63
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.20
6
37
244
walnut
0.000
0.10
4
12
245
other nuts
0.000
0.12
6
25
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.32
26
114
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.53
16
82
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.071
6.03
276
1170
250
ginger (gm)
51.309
2.87
696
3387
251
garlic (gm)
69.282
4.92
903
4231
252
jeera (gm)
26.753
5.23
833
3728
253
dhania (gm)
49.670
4.72
755
3269
254
turmeric (gm)
44.173
7.03
946
4561
255
black pepper (gm)
6.621
2.02
283
1102
256
dry chillies (gm)
63.379
7.72
849
3982
257
tamarind (gm)
21.764
1.68
221
948
258
curry powder (gm)
9.587
1.86
252
1151
260
oilseeds (gm)
17.732
1.28
437
1823
261
other spices (gm)
29.510
5.44
635
3056
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:06
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
389.780
44.77
991
4773
270
tea: cups (no.)
2.839
8.95
357
1850
271
tea: leaf (gm)
71.831
14.20
857
4227
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.054
0.24
4
12
273
coffee: powder (gm)
1.557
0.33
24
115
274
mineral water (litre)
0.064
0.07
4
16
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.008
0.34
14
64
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.005
0.24
9
41
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.34
14
93
279
beverages: sub-total
-
24.71
934
4554
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.185
4.16
44
229
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.101
1.32
13
54
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.738
22.80
298
1486
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
11.34
444
2059
284
other served processed food
-
1.10
59
258
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
40.72
650
3043
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
5.57
167
825
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
12.60
712
3411
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.055
5.21
347
1527
293
chips (gm)
3.265
0.51
47
280
294
pickles (gm)
3.855
0.42
54
256
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.258
0.04
4
16
296
other packaged food
-
0.67
44
245
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
25.02
815
3922
777
total: food group
-
659.10
1000
4800
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:07
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.623
7.65
468
2558
102
rice – other sources
4.407
79.75
825
4581
103
chira
0.081
2.03
238
1129
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.08
15
84
105
muri
0.077
2.54
218
1068
106
other rice products
0.009
0.21
19
109
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.785
3.87
369
1764
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.400
41.62
660
3347
110
maida
0.030
0.59
129
684
111
suji, rawa
0.060
1.42
303
1567
112
sewai, noodles
0.009
0.46
69
431
113
bread: bakery
0.029
1.24
135
835
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.03
4
19
115
jowar & its products
0.254
5.52
113
430
116
bajra & its products
0.324
3.50
81
325
117
maize & its products
0.146
1.69
76
391
118
barley & its products
0.002
0.02
2
13
120
small millets & its products
0.013
0.26
8
63
121
ragi & its products
0.078
0.92
49
238
122
other cereals
0.005
0.11
9
68
129
cereal: sub-total
11.338
153.51
993
5345
139
cereal substitutes
0.022
0.84
92
455
140
arhar, tur
0.224
13.74
620
2881
141
gram: split
0.083
3.79
419
2099
142
gram: whole
0.038
1.53
193
1158
143
moong
0.090
5.73
469
2369
144
masur
0.117
6.12
439
2539
145
urd
0.075
4.26
384
1976
146
peas
0.040
1.28
140
759
147
khesari
0.012
0.34
38
157
148
other pulses
0.032
1.60
159
1073
150
gram products
0.006
0.35
56
314
151
besan
0.048
2.29
369
1739
152
other pulse products
0.015
0.83
128
665
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.780
41.87
988
5276
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.093
97.18
814
4154
161
baby food
0.002
0.39
10
85
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.003
0.55
36
404
163
curd
0.018
0.63
64
273
164
ghee
0.011
3.87
79
440
165
butter
0.000
0.02
2
27
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:07
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.18
23
126
167
other milk products
-
0.32
30
120
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
103.13
856
4559
170
salt
0.256
2.41
987
5314
171
sugar – PDS
0.118
1.84
348
2126
172
sugar – other sources
0.599
19.63
854
4377
173
gur
0.055
1.83
249
1195
144
174
candy, misri
0.003
0.13
29
175
honey
0.000
0.06
5
27
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.031
25.90
993
5340
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.019
1.47
63
335
181
mustard oil
0.316
26.22
526
3164
182
groundnut oil
0.033
3.03
56
252
183
coconut oil
0.008
0.74
20
128
184
refined oil
0.237
17.95
375
1936
185
edible oil: others
0.073
4.96
122
529
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.687
54.37
992
5300
190
eggs (no.)
2.145
7.71
316
1708
191
fish, prawn
0.259
22.39
278
1662
192
goat meat/mutton
0.049
11.02
71
330
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.042
4.15
44
366
194
pork
0.011
1.54
15
217
195
chicken
0.184
21.31
243
1243
0.002
0.21
5
129
-
68.34
605
3413
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.921
18.35
917
4965
201
onion
0.832
11.09
969
5136
202
tomato
0.561
8.77
756
3916
203
brinjal
0.458
7.25
614
3060
204
radish
0.137
1.34
167
940
205
carrot
0.060
0.93
99
573
206
palak/other
0.601
7.73
641
3622
207
green chillies
0.155
5.07
851
4288
208
lady's finger
0.194
3.99
324
1566
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.106
2.11
144
724
211
cauliflower
0.285
3.82
296
1526
212
cabbage
0.232
2.91
296
1631
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.346
4.14
329
1930
214
peas
0.100
1.51
109
551
215
beans, barbati
0.104
2.33
184
1064
216
lemon (no.)
1.087
1.66
286
1399
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:07
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.615
9.86
610
3231
-
92.91
993
5342
banana (no.)
3.588
6.55
348
1850
jackfruit
0.026
0.20
9
77
watermelon
0.073
0.78
33
176
223
pineapple (no.)
0.014
0.14
6
66
224
coconut (no.)
0.410
3.63
209
1014
225
green coconut (no.)
0.039
0.34
16
89
226
guava
0.080
1.27
88
398
227
singara
0.006
0.12
10
49
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.295
0.98
45
321
230
papaya
0.039
0.66
32
223
231
mango
0.163
4.76
113
565
232
kharbooza
0.016
0.22
11
58
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.04
2
19
234
berries
0.006
0.08
10
48
235
leechi
0.006
0.36
7
36
236
apple
0.038
2.95
62
358
237
grapes
0.031
1.54
70
335
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.27
67
394
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
25.89
676
3663
240
coconut: copra
0.018
1.67
125
551
241
groundnut
0.063
4.31
237
1062
242
dates
0.006
0.41
17
73
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.21
9
55
244
walnut
0.000
0.05
1
18
245
other nuts
0.000
0.08
4
29
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.50
35
164
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.20
11
81
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.091
7.43
303
1395
250
ginger (gm)
59.809
3.47
732
3903
251
garlic (gm)
77.110
5.63
921
4764
252
jeera (gm)
29.266
5.67
854
4191
253
dhania (gm)
51.577
4.96
748
3645
254
turmeric (gm)
47.127
7.71
967
5105
255
black pepper (gm)
6.500
2.00
268
1239
256
dry chillies (gm)
74.088
9.14
877
4470
257
tamarind (gm)
22.972
2.03
245
1127
258
curry powder (gm)
10.828
2.06
240
1295
260
oilseeds (gm)
17.795
1.42
457
2054
261
other spices (gm)
33.736
6.16
670
3426
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:07
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
430.807
50.28
993
5333
270
tea: cups (no.)
2.965
10.55
388
2135
271
tea: leaf (gm)
83.111
16.47
877
4855
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.054
0.13
8
28
273
coffee: powder (gm)
1.872
0.47
28
138
274
mineral water (litre)
0.034
0.06
3
19
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.012
0.51
22
108
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.005
0.16
6
61
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.48
17
94
279
beverages: sub-total
-
28.82
945
5171
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.201
4.07
41
242
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.073
1.25
13
57
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.772
23.04
267
1465
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
12.63
462
2330
284
other served processed food
-
0.89
43
247
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
41.88
641
3334
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
5.63
162
964
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
13.16
700
3832
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.060
5.81
359
1732
293
chips (gm)
3.520
0.58
42
336
294
pickles (gm)
4.284
0.48
52
295
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.130
0.02
3
17
296
other packaged food
-
0.91
52
279
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
26.60
804
4394
777
total: food group
-
721.78
1000
5357
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:08
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.662
7.96
456
2804
102
rice – other sources
4.242
79.78
839
5225
103
chira
0.072
1.86
230
1332
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.07
9
74
105
muri
0.080
2.60
196
1143
106
other rice products
0.012
0.29
23
160
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.699
3.60
338
1886
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.531
43.99
657
3893
110
maida
0.039
0.83
144
802
111
suji, rawa
0.070
1.69
329
1930
112
sewai, noodles
0.010
0.52
76
502
113
bread: bakery
0.031
1.40
142
1072
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.03
4
35
115
jowar & its products
0.251
5.88
102
527
116
bajra & its products
0.361
3.92
93
424
117
maize & its products
0.136
1.59
69
443
118
barley & its products
0.002
0.04
2
11
120
small millets & its products
0.005
0.11
9
82
121
ragi & its products
0.105
1.30
66
342
122
other cereals
0.007
0.17
16
99
129
cereal: sub-total
11.317
157.62
991
6083
139
cereal substitutes
0.033
1.02
89
576
140
arhar, tur
0.239
14.49
645
3399
141
gram: split
0.083
3.78
440
2554
142
gram: whole
0.040
1.60
206
1419
143
moong
0.110
6.96
530
3007
144
masur
0.100
5.40
385
2685
145
urd
0.089
5.10
414
2377
146
peas
0.035
1.08
115
717
147
khesari
0.007
0.21
29
148
148
other pulses
0.034
1.74
159
1268
150
gram products
0.010
0.62
76
406
151
besan
0.054
2.62
376
2064
152
other pulse products
0.013
0.68
99
659
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.813
44.29
987
5976
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.750
115.29
862
4949
161
baby food
0.002
0.53
12
127
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.003
0.66
34
473
163
curd
0.024
0.81
67
366
164
ghee
0.017
5.74
110
657
165
butter
0.000
0.04
3
33
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:08
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.17
23
158
167
other milk products
-
0.38
26
150
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
123.62
903
5424
170
salt
0.260
2.55
984
6051
171
sugar – PDS
0.121
1.84
373
2462
172
sugar – other sources
0.644
21.05
873
5073
173
gur
0.063
2.15
255
1417
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.12
31
169
175
honey
0.000
0.03
4
35
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.090
27.74
990
6082
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.021
1.45
62
385
181
mustard oil
0.299
24.96
469
3360
182
groundnut oil
0.051
4.70
69
332
183
coconut oil
0.011
1.04
27
183
184
refined oil
0.258
19.41
376
2249
185
edible oil: others
0.099
6.75
142
671
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.739
58.30
988
6027
190
eggs (no.)
2.134
7.65
317
2008
191
fish, prawn
0.282
24.93
257
1798
192
goat meat/mutton
0.045
10.65
65
428
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.051
5.23
47
450
194
pork
0.010
1.27
10
237
195
chicken
0.206
23.91
263
1469
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.29
6
142
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
73.93
590
3833
200
potato
1.819
17.88
889
5582
201
onion
0.876
11.80
968
5867
202
tomato
0.647
10.06
792
4600
203
brinjal
0.452
7.46
620
3478
204
radish
0.150
1.48
183
1105
205
carrot
0.094
1.51
145
807
206
palak/other
0.628
8.66
650
4153
207
green chillies
0.172
5.44
847
4873
208
lady's finger
0.229
4.82
363
1951
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.109
2.23
154
822
211
cauliflower
0.291
4.22
301
1797
212
cabbage
0.247
3.34
309
1893
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.335
4.38
314
2056
214
peas
0.086
1.55
117
676
215
beans, barbati
0.112
2.65
200
1329
216
lemon (no.)
1.343
2.07
324
1795
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:08
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.592
10.18
599
3618
-
99.74
990
6082
banana (no.)
4.494
8.55
402
2420
jackfruit
0.021
0.18
8
70
222
watermelon
0.092
0.90
36
221
223
pineapple (no.)
0.009
0.11
6
78
224
coconut (no.)
0.504
4.53
218
1256
225
green coconut (no.)
0.067
0.65
29
142
226
guava
0.080
1.26
70
417
227
singara
0.006
0.10
7
44
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.395
1.45
51
414
230
papaya
0.060
1.05
47
296
231
mango
0.157
5.04
109
654
232
kharbooza
0.033
0.42
17
82
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.05
1
17
234
berries
0.009
0.13
11
57
235
leechi
0.003
0.16
5
48
236
apple
0.050
3.90
75
488
237
grapes
0.043
2.24
90
462
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.78
67
445
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
32.50
726
4421
240
coconut: copra
0.021
1.93
156
757
241
groundnut
0.074
5.07
261
1360
242
dates
0.006
0.41
14
92
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.37
14
85
244
walnut
0.000
0.08
3
29
245
other nuts
0.001
0.16
7
40
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.50
32
193
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.19
8
81
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.106
8.71
324
1742
250
ginger (gm)
63.460
3.56
736
4448
251
garlic (gm)
81.317
5.96
915
5415
252
jeera (gm)
30.902
6.09
853
4759
253
dhania (gm)
57.695
5.49
767
4167
254
turmeric (gm)
47.268
7.85
961
5780
255
black pepper (gm)
7.254
2.15
281
1478
256
dry chillies (gm)
84.536
10.41
880
5176
257
tamarind (gm)
35.735
3.03
309
1457
258
curry powder (gm)
14.172
2.63
284
1609
260
oilseeds (gm)
21.719
1.75
492
2428
261
other spices (gm)
34.847
6.19
659
3962
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:08
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
478.905
55.13
990
6067
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.666
13.46
415
2582
271
tea: leaf (gm)
89.914
18.39
885
5567
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.018
0.08
5
24
273
coffee: powder (gm)
2.999
0.84
51
240
274
mineral water (litre)
0.194
0.11
5
33
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.017
0.64
19
142
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.005
0.23
9
86
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.56
21
155
279
beverages: sub-total
-
34.32
958
5939
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.212
4.91
51
358
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.085
1.53
12
60
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.521
22.82
248
1519
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
16.10
459
2636
284
other served processed food
-
1.53
57
322
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
46.89
637
3701
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
6.41
167
1167
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
14.64
674
4307
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.075
7.41
388
2101
293
chips (gm)
4.141
0.70
50
413
294
pickles (gm)
6.007
0.65
66
402
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.357
0.04
5
31
296
other packaged food
-
1.23
51
366
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
31.07
801
5018
777
total: food group
-
794.89
1000
6091
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:09
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.614
8.14
445
3187
102
rice – other sources
4.237
83.87
861
6286
103
chira
0.078
2.07
216
1494
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.12
13
67
105
muri
0.066
2.18
165
1281
106
other rice products
0.018
0.41
34
234
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.668
3.50
315
2096
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.747
47.75
684
4644
110
maida
0.038
0.84
144
1014
111
suji, rawa
0.085
2.10
370
2428
112
sewai, noodles
0.010
0.59
76
723
113
bread: bakery
0.040
1.89
162
1428
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.03
4
32
115
jowar & its products
0.282
6.43
114
670
116
bajra & its products
0.327
3.58
87
474
117
maize & its products
0.103
1.18
56
518
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.02
3
16
120
small millets & its products
0.005
0.14
9
77
121
ragi & its products
0.119
1.45
69
379
122
other cereals
0.007
0.18
10
100
129
cereal: sub-total
11.450
166.48
992
7175
139
cereal substitutes
0.037
1.23
122
785
140
arhar, tur
0.251
15.43
664
4043
141
gram: split
0.092
4.24
455
3063
142
gram: whole
0.044
1.92
232
1805
143
moong
0.118
7.51
559
3712
144
masur
0.104
5.60
381
3201
145
urd
0.096
5.51
439
2977
146
peas
0.028
0.92
107
809
147
khesari
0.005
0.16
21
142
148
other pulses
0.037
1.95
179
1619
150
gram products
0.010
0.63
97
555
151
besan
0.057
2.72
383
2503
152
other pulse products
0.013
0.72
101
822
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.855
47.29
983
7039
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.534
136.29
866
5935
161
baby food
0.003
0.87
15
135
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.004
0.91
38
689
163
curd
0.026
1.00
75
511
164
ghee
0.024
8.10
118
899
165
butter
0.001
0.19
7
79
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:09
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.27
30
197
167
other milk products
-
0.30
21
178
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
147.91
905
6558
170
salt
0.269
2.70
985
7134
171
sugar – PDS
0.120
1.82
351
2865
172
sugar – other sources
0.722
23.55
872
6046
173
gur
0.070
2.39
270
1712
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.13
31
197
175
honey
0.000
0.05
7
50
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.184
30.64
990
7168
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.022
1.59
60
492
181
mustard oil
0.297
24.35
446
3822
182
groundnut oil
0.066
5.88
92
479
183
coconut oil
0.018
1.67
41
292
184
refined oil
0.297
22.52
423
2893
185
edible oil: others
0.087
5.84
131
789
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.785
61.85
988
7105
190
eggs (no.)
2.479
8.77
345
2494
191
fish, prawn
0.291
24.50
241
2048
192
goat meat/mutton
0.059
13.73
77
613
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.061
6.29
48
594
194
pork
0.013
1.81
13
354
195
chicken
0.238
28.27
275
1904
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.003
0.29
5
159
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
83.68
582
4550
200
potato
1.822
18.46
891
6558
201
onion
0.981
13.41
967
6929
202
tomato
0.714
11.62
817
5615
203
brinjal
0.440
7.41
585
3996
204
radish
0.164
1.67
186
1283
205
carrot
0.098
1.71
153
1075
206
palak/other
0.648
9.49
650
4952
207
green chillies
0.184
5.85
838
5694
208
lady's finger
0.256
5.54
389
2530
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.112
2.33
160
968
211
cauliflower
0.314
4.73
304
2178
212
cabbage
0.239
3.35
291
2301
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.375
4.80
326
2441
214
peas
0.099
1.81
109
835
215
beans, barbati
0.125
2.98
225
1623
216
lemon (no.)
1.655
2.59
365
2286
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:09
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.632
11.04
600
4386
-
108.82
990
7163
banana (no.)
5.568
10.84
454
3188
jackfruit
0.018
0.19
7
82
222
watermelon
0.093
1.02
42
303
223
pineapple (no.)
0.018
0.27
10
120
224
coconut (no.)
0.643
5.75
264
1604
225
green coconut (no.)
0.090
0.88
40
215
226
guava
0.107
1.92
103
614
227
singara
0.011
0.19
13
68
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.530
1.89
70
631
230
papaya
0.074
1.27
54
365
231
mango
0.187
6.47
131
919
232
kharbooza
0.022
0.28
12
84
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.04
2
24
234
berries
0.004
0.07
5
48
235
leechi
0.003
0.13
4
43
236
apple
0.078
5.96
97
798
237
grapes
0.052
2.68
95
612
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.28
76
606
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
42.11
774
5518
240
coconut: copra
0.027
2.40
170
988
241
groundnut
0.093
6.42
294
1742
242
dates
0.006
0.52
22
185
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.50
14
137
244
walnut
0.000
0.07
2
36
245
other nuts
0.001
0.17
6
52
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.004
0.84
37
292
247
other dry fruits
0.003
0.62
19
160
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.136
11.55
364
2324
250
ginger (gm)
68.492
3.91
740
5326
251
garlic (gm)
88.099
6.55
907
6383
252
jeera (gm)
34.058
6.68
871
5624
253
dhania (gm)
63.029
6.11
791
4973
254
turmeric (gm)
52.185
8.80
962
6823
255
black pepper (gm)
8.772
2.55
306
1845
256
dry chillies (gm)
89.737
11.20
888
6141
257
tamarind (gm)
40.037
3.44
335
1910
258
curry powder (gm)
17.172
3.03
292
1992
260
oilseeds (gm)
21.845
1.79
499
2926
261
other spices (gm)
38.719
6.99
671
4778
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:09
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
522.146
61.07
989
7131
270
tea: cups (no.)
4.378
16.56
426
3140
271
tea: leaf (gm)
97.497
20.50
894
6672
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.018
0.08
4
32
273
coffee: powder (gm)
3.138
0.81
46
284
274
mineral water (litre)
0.291
0.21
8
57
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.024
1.05
29
233
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.013
0.63
17
143
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.99
26
197
279
beverages: sub-total
-
40.83
965
7036
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.375
9.44
65
529
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.086
1.45
11
86
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.315
20.89
205
1500
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
18.13
484
3361
284
other served processed food
-
1.31
53
395
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
51.23
631
4489
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
8.55
193
1575
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
16.45
659
5045
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.083
8.28
370
2508
293
chips (gm)
6.809
1.14
66
631
294
pickles (gm)
7.638
0.91
76
539
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.486
0.06
4
51
296
other packaged food
-
1.25
49
443
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
36.65
808
6018
777
total: food group
-
891.33
1000
7199
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:10
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.476
7.29
414
3621
102
rice – other sources
4.349
89.88
862
7662
103
chira
0.073
1.96
200
1727
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.10
10
106
105
muri
0.071
2.29
154
1350
106
other rice products
0.024
0.61
42
322
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.607
3.39
287
2381
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.924
51.37
693
5696
110
maida
0.044
0.95
140
1350
111
suji, rawa
0.099
2.51
400
3142
112
sewai, noodles
0.015
0.86
93
1051
113
bread: bakery
0.048
2.11
165
1913
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.09
6
53
115
jowar & its products
0.245
5.99
96
713
116
bajra & its products
0.356
3.84
96
573
117
maize & its products
0.099
1.24
54
620
118
barley & its products
0.002
0.03
2
19
120
small millets & its products
0.003
0.09
9
89
121
ragi & its products
0.088
1.09
60
435
122
other cereals
0.012
0.25
14
147
129
cereal: sub-total
11.540
175.94
990
8659
139
cereal substitutes
0.054
1.54
113
997
140
arhar, tur
0.265
16.53
660
4859
141
gram: split
0.101
4.70
497
3926
142
gram: whole
0.057
2.53
266
2504
143
moong
0.131
8.53
589
4790
144
masur
0.105
5.72
361
3822
145
urd
0.113
6.66
471
3848
146
peas
0.025
0.86
99
918
147
khesari
0.003
0.10
14
121
148
other pulses
0.044
2.45
193
2132
150
gram products
0.011
0.65
83
683
151
besan
0.072
3.55
422
3144
152
other pulse products
0.015
0.88
104
1070
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.942
53.16
982
8533
160
milk: liquid (litre)
6.868
176.58
887
7209
161
baby food
0.004
1.03
18
222
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.005
1.26
47
964
163
curd
0.037
1.39
91
758
164
ghee
0.031
10.48
149
1316
165
butter
0.001
0.18
6
139
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:10
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.40
35
324
167
other milk products
-
0.32
23
270
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
191.66
932
8081
170
salt
0.285
2.93
982
8604
171
sugar – PDS
0.125
1.92
349
3388
172
sugar – other sources
0.844
27.59
887
7451
173
gur
0.087
3.06
287
2145
174
candy, misri
0.004
0.18
37
249
175
honey
0.001
0.08
9
92
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.346
35.76
989
8657
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.027
2.09
67
630
181
mustard oil
0.307
25.23
420
4463
182
groundnut oil
0.076
7.22
99
664
183
coconut oil
0.024
2.23
50
447
184
refined oil
0.304
23.30
412
3526
185
edible oil: others
0.106
7.26
142
993
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.845
67.31
984
8571
190
eggs (no.)
2.996
10.71
383
3244
191
fish, prawn
0.354
29.48
256
2580
192
goat meat/mutton
0.077
19.63
97
898
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.062
6.86
47
728
194
pork
0.015
2.10
14
530
195
chicken
0.276
32.91
298
2450
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.26
5
230
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
101.95
585
5613
200
potato
1.740
18.25
886
7915
201
onion
1.048
14.40
969
8398
202
tomato
0.793
13.46
853
7182
203
brinjal
0.438
7.71
583
4741
204
radish
0.176
1.86
173
1587
205
carrot
0.138
2.49
189
1629
206
palak/other
0.653
9.67
631
5986
207
green chillies
0.194
6.14
840
6949
208
lady's finger
0.296
6.60
443
3243
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.121
2.57
162
1152
211
cauliflower
0.306
5.03
292
2713
212
cabbage
0.235
3.54
293
2829
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.381
5.17
329
3016
214
peas
0.132
2.45
126
1237
215
beans, barbati
0.137
3.48
227
2122
216
lemon (no.)
1.991
3.21
390
2920
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:10
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.708
12.87
607
5328
-
118.91
989
8652
banana (no.)
7.000
14.58
521
4330
jackfruit
0.037
0.35
14
129
222
watermelon
0.148
1.39
46
397
223
pineapple (no.)
0.017
0.33
10
176
224
coconut (no.)
0.790
6.93
267
2130
225
green coconut (no.)
0.131
1.34
50
352
226
guava
0.128
2.24
108
768
227
singara
0.009
0.15
9
66
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.918
3.37
93
994
230
papaya
0.084
1.57
56
495
231
mango
0.248
7.63
141
1149
232
kharbooza
0.029
0.41
14
114
233
pears/nashpati
0.004
0.12
5
51
234
berries
0.007
0.15
7
54
235
leechi
0.004
0.25
5
80
236
apple
0.114
9.18
132
1252
237
grapes
0.064
3.33
101
872
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.63
81
836
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
55.95
817
7126
240
coconut: copra
0.028
2.57
165
1137
241
groundnut
0.117
8.10
294
2077
242
dates
0.008
0.76
29
291
243
cashewnut
0.002
1.02
20
233
244
walnut
0.001
0.13
3
57
245
other nuts
0.001
0.32
8
104
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.005
0.92
39
406
247
other dry fruits
0.003
0.58
15
196
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.165
14.40
374
2898
250
ginger (gm)
78.015
4.42
762
6544
251
garlic (gm)
93.538
7.12
912
7717
252
jeera (gm)
36.938
7.21
880
6778
253
dhania (gm)
65.346
6.37
780
5973
254
turmeric (gm)
56.622
9.68
963
8197
255
black pepper (gm)
9.188
2.72
307
2318
256
dry chillies (gm)
98.626
12.41
894
7367
257
tamarind (gm)
51.503
4.46
361
2450
258
curry powder (gm)
18.189
3.24
303
2589
260
oilseeds (gm)
23.567
1.99
500
3598
261
other spices (gm)
42.343
7.74
674
5848
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:10
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
573.875
67.38
988
8601
4.759
18.95
430
3987
115.298
24.37
918
8126
0.058
0.24
8
76
coffee: powder (gm)
4.064
1.14
60
475
274
mineral water (litre)
0.446
0.44
16
126
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.186
1.45
39
360
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.014
0.73
20
217
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.13
33
321
279
beverages: sub-total
-
48.45
981
8572
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.554
15.44
88
849
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.077
1.84
10
116
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.818
18.57
143
1341
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
22.55
481
4151
284
other served processed food
-
1.66
50
508
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
60.06
594
5336
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
12.91
228
2177
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
19.09
658
6153
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.099
10.07
391
3320
293
chips (gm)
10.689
1.73
86
913
294
pickles (gm)
10.612
1.21
95
836
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.171
0.17
11
112
296
other packaged food
-
1.91
56
639
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
47.08
806
7336
777
total: food group
-
1039.54
1000
8692
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:11
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.372
7.04
377
2036
102
rice – other sources
4.249
93.59
882
4730
103
chira
0.064
1.83
182
980
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.15
19
63
105
muri
0.058
1.99
126
721
106
other rice products
0.032
0.81
57
245
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.536
3.02
255
1255
108
wheat/atta – other sources
4.005
52.80
716
3606
110
maida
0.051
1.14
171
883
111
suji, rawa
0.127
3.18
432
2064
112
sewai, noodles
0.019
1.09
120
770
113
bread: bakery
0.063
2.75
206
1370
114
other wheat products
0.008
0.25
11
42
115
jowar & its products
0.232
5.56
92
403
116
bajra & its products
0.232
2.69
89
296
117
maize & its products
0.089
1.22
58
352
118
barley & its products
0.007
0.07
2
14
120
small millets & its products
0.003
0.11
9
58
121
ragi & its products
0.117
1.47
74
273
122
other cereals
0.005
0.27
15
113
129
cereal: sub-total
11.272
181.02
983
5249
139
cereal substitutes
0.087
2.16
148
704
140
arhar, tur
0.269
16.50
654
2933
141
gram: split
0.115
5.34
505
2466
142
gram: whole
0.076
3.44
331
1781
143
moong
0.148
9.83
625
3147
144
masur
0.087
4.94
332
2215
145
urd
0.134
8.16
524
2504
146
peas
0.030
1.07
113
582
147
khesari
0.003
0.09
12
51
148
other pulses
0.056
3.14
243
1396
150
gram products
0.013
0.74
93
475
151
besan
0.083
4.02
435
1962
152
other pulse products
0.017
0.98
98
694
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.029
58.23
979
5165
160
milk: liquid (litre)
8.224
217.58
907
4469
161
baby food
0.006
1.35
18
127
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.007
1.69
42
659
163
curd
0.054
2.06
112
535
164
ghee
0.042
14.35
192
1020
165
butter
0.001
0.29
15
138
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:11
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.83
45
236
167
other milk products
-
0.49
26
180
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
238.65
949
5035
170
salt
0.284
2.99
975
5222
171
sugar – PDS
0.124
1.88
317
1882
172
sugar – other sources
0.955
31.19
898
4584
173
gur
0.093
3.31
319
1352
174
candy, misri
0.004
0.20
30
150
175
honey
0.001
0.13
13
105
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.460
39.70
984
5247
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.043
3.21
86
453
181
mustard oil
0.284
23.16
380
2547
182
groundnut oil
0.085
8.15
93
377
183
coconut oil
0.051
4.84
93
450
184
refined oil
0.367
28.56
433
2240
185
edible oil: others
0.086
6.18
127
566
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.917
74.11
976
5192
190
eggs (no.)
3.121
11.04
348
2015
191
fish, prawn
0.462
38.93
249
1625
192
goat meat/mutton
0.118
30.92
132
684
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.056
6.60
39
403
194
pork
0.011
1.64
9
336
195
chicken
0.286
33.96
258
1471
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.003
0.39
5
126
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
123.49
567
3402
200
potato
1.748
18.64
876
4811
201
onion
1.133
16.40
953
5072
202
tomato
0.907
15.47
872
4500
203
brinjal
0.444
7.94
551
2782
204
radish
0.203
2.12
182
969
205
carrot
0.185
3.48
246
1261
206
palak/other
0.656
10.25
627
3608
207
green chillies
0.218
7.02
862
4270
208
lady's finger
0.319
7.16
428
2058
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.105
2.32
146
685
211
cauliflower
0.341
5.61
303
1696
212
cabbage
0.255
4.02
297
1675
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.375
5.45
314
1745
214
peas
0.158
3.05
136
791
215
beans, barbati
0.166
4.34
255
1393
216
lemon (no.)
2.381
3.94
390
1846
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:11
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.778
14.48
616
3250
-
131.74
983
5246
banana (no.)
8.297
18.39
544
2879
jackfruit
0.053
0.32
13
84
222
watermelon
0.159
1.76
51
232
223
pineapple (no.)
0.025
0.43
14
136
224
coconut (no.)
1.195
10.90
324
1438
225
green coconut (no.)
0.186
1.99
55
237
226
guava
0.132
2.32
102
466
227
singara
0.010
0.20
13
45
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.941
3.69
95
668
230
papaya
0.100
2.04
59
313
231
mango
0.261
9.09
129
746
232
kharbooza
0.035
0.66
15
75
233
pears/nashpati
0.003
0.11
2
34
234
berries
0.008
0.19
13
40
235
leechi
0.005
0.22
5
37
236
apple
0.178
14.85
188
1140
237
grapes
0.106
5.89
138
672
238
other fresh fruits
-
4.00
100
534
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
77.05
844
4523
240
coconut: copra
0.030
2.76
163
687
241
groundnut
0.125
8.91
312
1296
242
dates
0.016
1.47
45
250
243
cashewnut
0.005
1.96
45
269
244
walnut
0.001
0.17
4
45
245
other nuts
0.002
0.59
11
81
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.006
1.35
53
335
247
other dry fruits
0.009
1.99
32
185
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.193
19.20
417
1944
250
ginger (gm)
82.053
4.65
756
4047
251
garlic (gm)
100.457
7.87
905
4691
252
jeera (gm)
38.254
7.63
862
4129
253
dhania (gm)
73.018
7.12
782
3634
254
turmeric (gm)
57.283
10.01
950
4945
255
black pepper (gm)
11.404
3.24
326
1517
256
dry chillies (gm)
107.163
13.71
892
4498
257
tamarind (gm)
58.503
5.09
376
1635
258
curry powder (gm)
21.414
3.92
304
1628
260
oilseeds (gm)
22.973
1.90
500
2264
261
other spices (gm)
50.607
9.23
703
3664
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:11
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
623.130
74.38
982
5218
5.667
23.83
439
2349
125.887
27.16
919
4980
0.179
0.60
13
59
coffee: powder (gm)
6.851
1.87
72
372
274
mineral water (litre)
1.320
1.09
17
103
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.089
3.07
61
352
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.025
1.36
29
226
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.28
45
253
279
beverages: sub-total
-
61.26
986
5221
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.035
30.17
118
604
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.116
2.60
14
81
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.391
14.28
99
533
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
26.60
487
2559
284
other served processed food
-
1.91
63
332
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
75.55
596
3179
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
16.81
251
1445
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
22.23
639
3718
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.123
13.33
431
2182
293
chips (gm)
14.192
2.43
98
645
294
pickles (gm)
18.263
2.33
112
588
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.782
0.28
14
98
296
other packaged food
-
2.62
72
417
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
60.01
830
4518
777
total: food group
-
1216.55
1000
5280
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:12
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.240
6.90
310
2305
102
rice – other sources
4.866
114.50
844
6092
103
chira
0.084
2.48
164
1148
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.11
8
51
105
muri
0.060
2.00
106
774
106
other rice products
0.072
1.89
80
495
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.443
2.95
220
1539
108
wheat/atta – other sources
4.246
58.33
685
4785
110
maida
0.087
1.92
172
1340
111
suji, rawa
0.163
4.11
422
2902
112
sewai, noodles
0.032
2.05
150
1286
113
bread: bakery
0.096
4.15
245
2060
114
other wheat products
0.005
0.13
10
93
115
jowar & its products
0.201
4.78
73
435
116
bajra & its products
0.222
2.47
61
310
117
maize & its products
0.082
1.24
48
458
118
barley & its products
0.004
0.06
4
18
120
small millets & its products
0.005
0.20
10
83
121
ragi & its products
0.138
1.82
81
442
122
other cereals
0.010
0.88
33
314
129
cereal: sub-total
12.059
212.97
921
6701
139
cereal substitutes
0.148
2.93
155
1078
140
arhar, tur
0.319
20.01
626
3952
141
gram: split
0.158
7.28
488
3157
142
gram: whole
0.096
4.49
352
2759
143
moong
0.181
12.27
638
4312
144
masur
0.133
7.53
298
2694
145
urd
0.189
11.76
551
3665
146
peas
0.032
1.24
112
909
147
khesari
0.003
0.09
7
71
148
other pulses
0.067
3.78
239
1900
150
gram products
0.019
1.13
104
653
151
besan
0.123
6.01
400
2529
152
other pulse products
0.024
1.59
123
1078
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
160
milk: liquid (litre)
161
162
1.343
77.18
915
6614
10.821
291.77
867
5929
baby food
0.005
1.46
19
153
milk: condensed/powder
0.011
2.56
48
893
163
curd
0.105
3.91
132
810
164
ghee
0.085
28.37
243
1694
165
butter
0.002
0.55
29
291
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:12
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.36
53
426
167
other milk products
-
1.58
27
270
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
331.56
899
6523
170
salt
0.320
3.42
916
6645
171
sugar – PDS
0.120
1.79
254
2081
172
sugar – other sources
1.248
40.74
853
6005
173
gur
0.160
5.80
305
2031
174
candy, misri
0.004
0.23
34
238
175
honey
0.002
0.41
23
211
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.854
52.39
926
6715
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.054
4.05
71
529
181
mustard oil
0.290
23.72
327
2858
182
groundnut oil
0.113
10.49
90
501
183
coconut oil
0.089
8.21
139
1014
184
refined oil
0.530
42.10
424
3098
185
edible oil: others
0.088
6.20
114
759
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.164
94.78
908
6591
190
eggs (no.)
4.012
13.91
379
2888
191
fish, prawn
0.685
58.23
274
2390
192
goat meat/mutton
0.227
62.58
123
903
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.073
9.71
43
497
194
pork
0.020
2.82
10
418
195
chicken
0.461
53.46
275
2107
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.005
0.65
7
139
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
201.38
557
4418
200
potato
1.807
20.38
820
6012
201
onion
1.408
20.52
896
6505
202
tomato
1.073
18.91
820
5907
203
brinjal
0.554
9.89
494
3431
204
radish
0.253
2.67
181
1232
205
carrot
0.272
5.31
312
2079
206
palak/other
0.742
12.45
583
4424
207
green chillies
0.246
7.49
767
5464
208
lady's finger
0.374
8.70
456
3025
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.129
2.89
141
913
211
cauliflower
0.411
7.61
284
2056
212
cabbage
0.299
5.15
285
2221
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.487
7.50
315
2401
214
peas
0.197
4.37
151
1205
215
beans, barbati
0.215
5.81
275
2059
216
lemon (no.)
3.061
5.01
370
2432
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:12
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.888
17.61
589
4337
-
162.31
921
6695
11.597
26.81
586
4164
0.066
0.57
19
151
watermelon
0.119
1.64
37
329
223
pineapple (no.)
0.039
0.65
16
223
224
coconut (no.)
1.799
16.72
348
2330
225
green coconut (no.)
0.241
2.65
62
385
226
guava
0.160
3.15
109
672
227
singara
0.013
0.23
9
49
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.655
6.93
130
1141
230
papaya
0.149
2.85
70
547
231
mango
0.348
12.34
135
1080
232
kharbooza
0.033
0.62
14
96
233
pears/nashpati
0.008
0.24
4
60
234
berries
0.005
0.11
4
37
235
leechi
0.008
0.52
7
66
236
apple
0.303
26.75
250
2093
237
grapes
0.138
7.59
148
1071
238
other fresh fruits
-
7.60
110
849
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
117.98
861
6200
240
coconut: copra
0.040
3.53
141
797
241
groundnut
0.147
10.63
287
1723
242
dates
0.032
3.28
82
492
243
cashewnut
0.013
5.85
78
657
244
walnut
0.002
0.61
8
106
245
other nuts
0.005
1.82
26
205
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.017
3.45
91
658
247
other dry fruits
0.011
2.79
37
368
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.267
31.97
427
2894
250
ginger (gm)
105.542
6.94
744
5331
251
garlic (gm)
123.422
10.60
851
6035
252
jeera (gm)
45.409
9.24
807
5375
253
dhania (gm)
92.604
9.16
739
4992
254
turmeric (gm)
64.531
11.08
894
6321
255
black pepper (gm)
15.292
4.63
353
2445
256
dry chillies (gm)
144.214
17.95
840
5803
257
tamarind (gm)
76.561
6.91
398
2550
258
curry powder (gm)
31.587
5.57
311
2327
260
oilseeds (gm)
27.862
2.33
501
3220
261
other spices (gm)
62.207
12.00
675
4779
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:12
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
Rural
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
789.231
96.41
922
6659
7.720
33.42
472
3213
146.781
32.54
846
6292
0.231
0.87
16
114
coffee: powder (gm)
10.105
3.22
115
873
274
mineral water (litre)
1.483
1.42
30
258
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.156
5.80
90
621
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.073
4.32
53
508
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
3.84
60
501
279
beverages: sub-total
-
85.43
974
6779
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
3.764
143.53
208
1199
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.521
14.07
44
137
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.599
9.00
43
354
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
40.71
509
3434
284
other served processed food
-
5.92
56
473
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
213.22
641
4269
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
30.69
280
2141
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
27.89
634
4824
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.175
19.33
450
3135
293
chips (gm)
27.910
4.79
125
1008
294
pickles (gm)
17.556
2.25
109
863
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
5.125
0.72
24
240
296
other packaged food
-
4.19
71
695
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
89.84
814
5938
777
total: food group
-
1770.35
1000
6867
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:all
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
Rural
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.670
7.63
459
26975
102
rice – other sources
4.306
79.80
846
51729
103
chira
0.070
1.74
202
11613
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.09
13
730
105
muri
0.071
2.32
184
10664
106
other rice products
0.014
0.34
27
1801
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.744
3.55
339
17701
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.544
43.50
674
38451
110
maida
0.032
0.66
119
7745
111
suji, rawa
0.064
1.55
299
18421
112
sewai, noodles
0.010
0.56
78
5930
113
bread: bakery
0.030
1.31
134
10677
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.06
5
367
115
jowar & its products
0.202
4.46
84
4238
116
bajra & its products
0.235
2.56
68
3178
117
maize & its products
0.130
1.52
67
4290
118
barley & its products
0.002
0.02
2
114
120
small millets & its products
0.005
0.11
7
619
121
ragi & its products
0.076
0.93
51
2789
122
other cereals
0.007
0.19
16
1123
129
cereal: sub-total
11.217
152.91
987
59355
139
cereal substitutes
0.035
0.91
84
5557
140
arhar, tur
0.212
12.94
596
32186
141
gram: split
0.079
3.57
399
23466
142
gram: whole
0.040
1.66
207
14564
143
moong
0.091
5.78
456
27864
144
masur
0.112
5.86
411
26577
145
urd
0.084
4.73
389
23549
146
peas
0.052
1.58
149
8282
147
khesari
0.012
0.36
37
1751
148
other pulses
0.033
1.62
159
12344
150
gram products
0.007
0.41
64
3864
151
besan
0.050
2.39
347
19277
152
other pulse products
0.013
0.68
96
6750
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.783
41.58
981
58435
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.333
106.25
780
45501
161
baby food
0.002
0.61
14
1133
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.003
0.76
35
5228
163
curd
0.024
0.88
63
3876
164
ghee
0.017
5.71
97
6926
165
butter
0.000
0.10
5
742
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:all
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
Rural
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.25
27
1820
167
other milk products
-
0.35
24
1546
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
114.90
823
50432
170
salt
0.256
2.44
981
58999
171
sugar – PDS
0.113
1.73
337
22354
172
sugar – other sources
0.603
19.77
851
49442
173
gur
0.059
2.01
244
13599
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.11
28
1597
175
honey
0.000
0.06
7
598
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.033
26.13
987
59347
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.020
1.47
60
3794
181
mustard oil
0.304
25.07
527
33406
182
groundnut oil
0.040
3.68
60
3204
183
coconut oil
0.015
1.36
35
2771
184
refined oil
0.227
17.19
357
22024
185
edible oil: others
0.069
4.66
113
5965
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.674
53.44
983
58737
190
eggs (no.)
1.937
6.94
292
19164
191
fish, prawn
0.266
22.77
265
18197
192
goat meat/mutton
0.049
12.11
64
4430
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.042
4.40
40
3945
194
pork
0.009
1.30
11
2571
195
chicken
0.178
20.63
217
13674
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.30
8
1296
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
68.46
549
36197
200
potato
1.965
18.80
911
54912
201
onion
0.842
11.39
959
57199
202
tomato
0.586
9.24
746
45028
203
brinjal
0.428
6.73
578
32809
204
radish
0.147
1.38
172
10417
205
carrot
0.078
1.34
128
8693
206
palak/other
0.590
7.65
612
39257
207
green chillies
0.152
4.94
831
47948
208
lady's finger
0.209
4.32
336
19264
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.105
2.14
155
8044
211
cauliflower
0.284
3.95
284
17209
212
cabbage
0.227
2.88
276
17809
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.359
4.37
332
20901
214
peas
0.096
1.65
111
7151
215
beans, barbati
0.102
2.35
187
12898
216
lemon (no.)
1.211
1.88
290
16818
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:all
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
Rural
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.590
9.57
581
35836
-
94.62
987
59303
banana (no.)
4.181
8.12
365
23658
jackfruit
0.027
0.21
10
827
222
watermelon
0.081
0.81
33
2105
223
pineapple (no.)
0.012
0.17
7
964
224
coconut (no.)
0.488
4.38
208
12478
225
green coconut (no.)
0.063
0.63
27
1630
226
guava
0.088
1.44
91
4717
227
singara
0.008
0.13
10
515
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.401
1.51
53
4885
230
papaya
0.053
0.91
40
2845
231
mango
0.160
4.79
104
6675
232
kharbooza
0.025
0.33
13
716
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.05
2
230
234
berries
0.006
0.09
8
435
235
leechi
0.003
0.18
5
392
236
apple
0.058
4.74
80
6751
237
grapes
0.038
1.97
73
4772
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.69
63
4609
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
32.16
661
42095
240
coconut: copra
0.016
1.48
114
6111
241
groundnut
0.063
4.31
217
11725
242
dates
0.006
0.51
21
1557
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.63
16
1517
244
walnut
0.000
0.08
2
323
245
other nuts
0.001
0.21
6
554
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.63
33
2381
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.50
14
1287
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.093
8.36
281
16520
250
ginger (gm)
57.142
3.28
694
42789
251
garlic (gm)
74.142
5.51
896
52528
252
jeera (gm)
28.276
5.53
822
45664
253
dhania (gm)
52.754
5.05
747
40622
254
turmeric (gm)
46.637
7.60
949
56264
255
black pepper (gm)
6.825
2.04
272
14873
256
dry chillies (gm)
71.913
8.87
850
49470
257
tamarind (gm)
28.329
2.39
253
14007
258
curry powder (gm)
12.246
2.25
249
15567
260
oilseeds (gm)
18.255
1.43
446
23694
261
other spices (gm)
34.026
6.12
648
38786
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1R : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:all
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
Rural
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
430.543
50.08
986
59068
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.290
12.01
373
23933
271
tea: leaf (gm)
79.925
16.31
861
53531
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.044
0.16
6
369
273
coffee: powder (gm)
2.443
0.66
39
2671
274
mineral water (litre)
0.246
0.22
7
627
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.038
0.89
25
1986
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.010
0.51
14
1349
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.69
23
1827
279
beverages: sub-total
-
31.45
940
57254
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.423
13.06
60
4385
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.089
1.81
13
738
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.476
20.41
246
13531
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
14.39
447
26603
284
other served processed food
-
1.28
49
3136
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
50.96
626
36959
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
7.36
173
12269
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
13.77
683
42250
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.066
6.59
349
20643
293
chips (gm)
5.455
0.91
54
4678
294
pickles (gm)
6.019
0.70
64
4348
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.645
0.09
6
592
296
other packaged food
-
1.12
48
3685
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
30.54
803
49463
777
total: food group
-
756.49
1000
59678
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.990
2.86
452
1423
102
rice – other sources
6.962
165.30
896
2782
103
chira
0.022
0.71
54
174
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.01
1
4
105
muri
0.027
1.08
94
303
106
other rice products
0.094
2.22
190
634
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.049
0.68
69
189
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.645
16.90
684
2098
110
maida
0.029
0.72
115
371
111
suji, rawa
0.240
5.99
599
1866
112
sewai, noodles
0.044
2.13
188
582
113
bread: bakery
0.035
1.75
176
534
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.10
11
39
115
jowar & its products
0.086
2.24
90
342
116
bajra & its products
0.001
0.02
3
14
117
maize & its products
0.001
0.07
6
20
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.06
10
28
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
3
121
ragi & its products
0.056
1.13
121
392
122
other cereals
0.001
0.06
5
22
129
cereal: sub-total
10.288
204.04
911
2833
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.02
5
14
140
arhar, tur
0.459
29.62
890
2764
141
gram: split
0.072
3.61
436
1358
142
gram: whole
0.009
0.49
56
194
143
moong
0.100
6.94
464
1483
144
masur
0.024
1.37
86
291
145
urd
0.192
13.37
610
1865
146
peas
0.005
0.27
31
90
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
1
6
148
other pulses
0.005
0.27
40
130
150
gram products
0.010
0.56
79
259
151
besan
0.068
3.26
358
1014
152
other pulse products
0.007
0.35
35
106
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.950
60.11
895
2791
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.514
136.30
858
2634
161
baby food
0.004
1.15
16
55
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.39
7
22
163
curd
0.098
4.12
169
445
164
ghee
0.008
2.39
79
256
165
butter
0.000
0.10
2
8
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.97
59
173
167
other milk products
-
0.24
14
34
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
145.65
902
2739
170
salt
0.282
3.03
899
2805
171
sugar – PDS
0.067
1.00
423
1327
172
sugar – other sources
0.514
16.98
842
2587
173
gur
0.045
1.76
225
682
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.09
29
110
175
honey
0.003
0.75
33
121
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.913
23.60
906
2820
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.003
0.23
7
31
181
mustard oil
0.001
0.04
1
3
182
groundnut oil
0.174
14.68
189
534
183
coconut oil
0.002
0.23
4
18
184
refined oil
0.524
41.29
544
1689
185
edible oil: others
0.150
9.03
193
603
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.855
65.50
897
2792
190
eggs (no.)
5.271
16.43
649
1858
191
fish, prawn
0.108
8.80
112
354
192
goat meat/mutton
0.149
46.61
173
509
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.070
8.73
68
144
194
pork
0.002
0.18
3
10
195
chicken
0.440
52.43
500
1461
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.000
0.03
1
2
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
133.23
789
2349
200
potato
0.526
7.83
633
1924
201
onion
1.064
14.40
887
2765
202
tomato
1.094
16.08
866
2706
203
brinjal
0.385
6.92
536
1624
204
radish
0.022
0.37
38
133
205
carrot
0.158
4.17
271
824
206
palak/other
0.466
9.71
668
2148
207
green chillies
0.263
6.37
833
2556
208
lady's finger
0.409
9.27
591
1754
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.172
3.24
266
723
211
cauliflower
0.122
2.67
158
485
212
cabbage
0.226
3.69
286
859
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.206
3.40
223
681
214
peas
0.011
0.39
26
85
215
beans, barbati
0.185
4.81
281
883
216
lemon (no.)
2.098
3.29
392
1251
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.564
11.73
603
1915
-
108.40
896
2793
banana (no.)
8.240
17.87
617
1831
jackfruit
0.003
0.15
1
6
222
watermelon
0.071
1.09
29
117
223
pineapple (no.)
0.105
1.62
21
49
224
coconut (no.)
0.541
5.21
281
894
225
green coconut (no.)
0.450
4.97
134
390
226
guava
0.120
2.19
127
370
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
2
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.289
5.02
150
392
230
papaya
0.034
0.76
27
94
231
mango
0.252
9.33
141
432
232
kharbooza
0.006
0.12
4
15
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
1
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.01
0
1
236
apple
0.148
14.66
177
514
237
grapes
0.123
6.50
183
567
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.21
59
194
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
71.71
863
2518
240
coconut: copra
0.057
5.16
382
1153
241
groundnut
0.130
9.15
521
1600
242
dates
0.028
2.32
52
152
243
cashewnut
0.006
2.35
59
198
244
walnut
0.002
0.68
18
51
245
other nuts
0.002
0.79
24
81
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.007
1.59
78
212
247
other dry fruits
0.004
0.70
32
95
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.236
22.75
618
1874
250
ginger (gm)
85.759
5.04
834
2530
251
garlic (gm)
88.078
7.14
866
2672
252
jeera (gm)
36.227
6.69
826
2544
253
dhania (gm)
62.579
5.98
781
2435
254
turmeric (gm)
44.632
6.88
874
2715
255
black pepper (gm)
3.609
0.83
109
350
256
dry chillies (gm)
118.427
14.20
859
2673
257
tamarind (gm)
160.747
13.01
863
2671
258
curry powder (gm)
29.247
4.44
416
1232
260
oilseeds (gm)
36.074
3.60
733
2256
261
other spices (gm)
38.442
7.15
717
2165
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
703.820
74.99
896
2792
270
tea: cups (no.)
6.466
25.01
475
1433
271
tea: leaf (gm)
75.743
19.77
733
2305
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.104
0.57
10
33
273
coffee: powder (gm)
9.879
3.41
106
349
274
mineral water (litre)
3.118
3.59
76
222
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.078
2.98
69
211
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.048
2.68
63
139
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
4.59
94
224
279
beverages: sub-total
-
62.60
944
2816
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.595
47.15
146
318
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.089
2.70
9
36
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.006
12.02
61
194
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
48.04
566
1641
284
other served processed food
-
3.66
61
167
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
113.57
649
1880
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
12.61
184
540
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
20.50
451
1323
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.073
7.90
226
642
293
chips (gm)
11.997
2.29
91
271
294
pickles (gm)
22.697
2.95
166
539
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
3.250
0.73
23
62
296
other packaged food
-
2.51
55
168
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
49.48
711
2111
777
total: food group
-
1135.65
1000
2971
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
4.210
42.11
543
346
102
rice – other sources
6.926
133.89
735
435
103
chira
0.071
1.86
97
67
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.07
5
3
105
muri
0.015
0.63
55
32
106
other rice products
0.009
0.14
6
4
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.101
1.72
58
42
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.598
13.21
408
246
110
maida
0.082
2.23
75
58
111
suji, rawa
0.021
0.66
61
37
112
sewai, noodles
0.049
2.67
119
74
113
bread: bakery
0.149
2.35
158
118
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.08
8
3
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.032
0.59
45
24
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.070
1.68
41
18
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.023
0.66
31
23
129
cereal: sub-total
12.359
204.56
1000
608
139
cereal substitutes
0.075
1.68
65
32
140
arhar, tur
0.056
4.10
147
87
141
gram: split
0.027
1.52
87
43
142
gram: whole
0.011
0.52
46
27
143
moong
0.088
6.63
276
191
144
masur
0.327
22.46
796
470
145
urd
0.004
0.25
13
8
146
peas
0.032
1.33
91
51
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
2
2
148
other pulses
0.021
1.06
49
22
150
gram products
0.002
0.09
4
4
151
besan
0.009
0.59
62
33
152
other pulse products
0.026
1.20
45
32
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.604
39.76
955
566
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.384
35.78
281
168
161
baby food
0.014
4.02
33
24
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.100
24.95
518
338
163
curd
0.001
0.16
6
8
164
ghee
0.016
4.26
103
76
165
butter
0.011
2.68
107
73
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Arunachal Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.62
19
11
167
other milk products
-
4.40
71
47
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
76.87
821
516
170
salt
0.297
3.18
977
591
171
sugar – PDS
0.218
4.20
341
223
172
sugar – other sources
0.361
14.15
651
393
173
gur
0.006
0.24
24
14
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.008
0.47
19
16
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.890
22.24
996
604
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.004
0.35
7
4
181
mustard oil
0.377
37.23
720
418
182
groundnut oil
0.007
0.64
9
4
183
coconut oil
0.001
0.16
4
2
184
refined oil
0.175
15.66
181
113
185
edible oil: others
0.071
7.14
97
56
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.635
61.20
912
538
190
eggs (no.)
6.772
29.28
473
286
191
fish, prawn
0.647
86.91
578
342
192
goat meat/mutton
0.102
20.67
94
67
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.344
36.81
228
116
194
pork
0.125
19.88
112
75
195
chicken
0.375
64.69
333
223
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.016
1.00
11
11
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
259.25
908
550
200
potato
2.060
28.49
909
543
201
onion
0.540
14.70
851
504
202
tomato
0.689
20.44
683
412
203
brinjal
0.452
10.21
487
272
204
radish
0.108
1.92
111
58
205
carrot
0.039
1.07
52
35
206
palak/other
2.346
33.71
728
422
207
green chillies
0.210
13.06
753
434
208
lady's finger
0.093
2.88
111
64
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.037
1.34
39
27
211
cauliflower
0.325
8.56
245
174
212
cabbage
0.490
9.06
351
225
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.187
2.87
118
63
214
peas
0.036
1.24
40
26
215
beans, barbati
0.098
3.00
108
68
216
lemon (no.)
0.526
1.26
125
80
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Arunachal Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
1.060
18.68
432
229
-
172.47
980
591
banana (no.)
5.633
12.77
341
210
jackfruit
0.038
0.41
6
3
222
watermelon
0.012
0.15
6
2
223
pineapple (no.)
0.199
2.58
123
47
224
coconut (no.)
0.012
0.31
10
6
225
green coconut (no.)
0.001
0.04
1
1
226
guava
0.032
0.64
32
8
227
singara
0.093
0.59
7
4
228
orange, mausami (no.)
3.023
8.50
184
93
230
papaya
0.026
0.59
18
10
231
mango
0.001
0.04
1
1
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.014
0.20
10
4
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.013
1.10
12
8
236
apple
0.236
26.11
202
154
237
grapes
0.015
1.70
16
13
238
other fresh fruits
-
4.36
74
44
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
60.10
614
359
240
coconut: copra
0.028
1.02
20
4
241
groundnut
0.021
1.46
32
13
242
dates
0.003
0.56
17
5
243
cashewnut
0.004
1.26
26
9
244
walnut
0.001
0.13
12
1
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.84
28
15
247
other dry fruits
0.051
3.05
28
22
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.110
8.31
97
56
250
ginger (gm)
132.056
9.19
566
340
251
garlic (gm)
92.845
11.90
678
394
252
jeera (gm)
25.312
4.96
299
180
253
dhania (gm)
41.998
5.40
278
166
254
turmeric (gm)
35.208
5.78
529
309
255
black pepper (gm)
3.517
0.76
54
34
256
dry chillies (gm)
16.933
2.43
203
123
257
tamarind (gm)
4.891
0.51
36
19
258
curry powder (gm)
8.127
1.88
108
71
260
oilseeds (gm)
1.904
0.25
24
15
261
other spices (gm)
52.254
9.62
367
204
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Arunachal Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
415.044
52.66
875
518
5.358
24.40
351
231
141.128
28.08
859
498
0.051
0.51
9
5
coffee: powder (gm)
10.039
2.07
23
14
274
mineral water (litre)
0.059
0.97
13
8
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.160
9.49
84
59
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.097
5.88
44
32
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.73
28
20
279
beverages: sub-total
-
74.13
911
540
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.186
8.70
30
18
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.126
3.11
8
5
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.169
2.70
26
7
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
24.18
306
199
284
other served processed food
-
1.77
29
20
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
40.45
355
222
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
17.81
281
167
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
27.45
632
366
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.057
6.90
178
107
293
chips (gm)
16.351
3.60
137
78
294
pickles (gm)
27.627
4.33
129
87
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
7.478
0.71
24
17
296
other packaged food
-
3.73
61
43
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
64.50
734
443
777
total: food group
-
1138.17
1000
608
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Assam
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.146
9.49
265
216
102
rice – other sources
8.429
172.80
905
761
103
chira
0.138
3.82
384
284
104
khoi, lawa
0.005
0.19
17
11
105
muri
0.088
3.58
387
307
106
other rice products
0.006
0.28
28
8
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.009
0.15
14
15
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.814
16.40
692
565
110
maida
0.067
1.49
220
177
111
suji, rawa
0.053
1.53
246
214
112
sewai, noodles
0.042
3.68
245
194
113
bread: bakery
0.118
4.79
384
314
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.13
13
4
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.003
0.28
13
9
129
cereal: sub-total
10.920
218.62
961
801
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.043
2.87
198
187
141
gram: split
0.058
2.76
279
207
142
gram: whole
0.035
1.64
156
166
143
moong
0.163
11.14
597
436
144
masur
0.389
21.75
927
769
145
urd
0.035
1.68
159
150
146
peas
0.021
0.73
106
134
147
khesari
0.001
0.03
5
7
148
other pulses
0.005
0.31
44
45
150
gram products
0.002
0.09
5
5
151
besan
0.025
1.38
189
150
152
other pulse products
0.007
0.67
91
93
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.783
45.06
973
803
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.740
54.74
532
414
161
baby food
0.017
5.66
48
34
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.056
13.04
342
276
163
curd
0.051
3.21
138
85
164
ghee
0.015
3.79
128
111
165
butter
0.009
2.27
170
104
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Assam
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.57
31
42
167
other milk products
-
0.84
30
47
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
84.13
784
638
170
salt
0.271
3.03
953
793
171
sugar – PDS
0.225
3.72
406
367
172
sugar – other sources
0.325
11.61
698
578
173
gur
0.032
1.37
168
129
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.05
11
4
175
honey
0.002
0.71
51
41
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.856
20.49
961
800
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.018
1.46
36
23
181
mustard oil
0.564
50.84
890
743
182
groundnut oil
0.005
0.46
6
5
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
1
184
refined oil
0.115
11.28
277
223
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.09
2
3
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.703
64.13
960
798
190
eggs (no.)
5.441
22.24
616
483
191
fish, prawn
0.767
103.05
750
607
192
goat meat/mutton
0.055
13.67
116
81
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.041
5.51
53
38
194
pork
0.019
3.07
30
45
195
chicken
0.308
46.59
353
288
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.008
0.98
10
8
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
195.10
911
741
200
potato
1.873
21.57
956
797
201
onion
0.594
11.26
951
783
202
tomato
0.434
9.94
639
484
203
brinjal
0.454
8.66
584
491
204
radish
0.087
0.88
100
103
205
carrot
0.059
1.41
138
107
206
palak/other
0.788
9.85
714
565
207
green chillies
0.165
9.82
856
733
208
lady's finger
0.160
3.88
245
187
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.193
5.52
283
239
211
cauliflower
0.368
5.82
346
231
212
cabbage
0.390
5.10
326
290
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.512
7.33
408
343
214
peas
0.018
0.42
44
36
215
beans, barbati
0.133
3.51
242
218
216
lemon (no.)
2.307
4.93
378
287
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Assam
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.657
11.32
605
531
-
121.27
960
798
banana (no.)
5.700
12.03
398
345
jackfruit
0.028
0.38
18
17
222
watermelon
0.032
0.57
34
20
223
pineapple (no.)
0.089
1.85
52
38
224
coconut (no.)
0.091
1.68
34
34
225
green coconut (no.)
0.064
1.00
31
11
226
guava
0.020
0.45
25
33
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
1
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.948
4.12
164
140
230
papaya
0.075
1.66
54
61
231
mango
0.132
8.09
151
101
232
kharbooza
0.004
0.28
4
1
233
pears/nashpati
0.014
0.35
15
8
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.003
0.26
8
9
236
apple
0.136
16.17
171
136
237
grapes
0.020
2.45
66
52
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.53
23
24
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
51.87
687
568
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.004
0.59
25
36
242
dates
0.011
1.29
45
34
243
cashewnut
0.012
5.59
58
52
244
walnut
0.000
0.09
1
2
245
other nuts
0.000
0.05
3
4
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.012
3.07
109
82
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.15
6
14
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.039
10.82
195
160
250
ginger (gm)
93.814
5.56
905
733
251
garlic (gm)
91.528
8.41
872
690
252
jeera (gm)
30.327
6.99
781
634
253
dhania (gm)
19.878
3.23
493
354
254
turmeric (gm)
58.054
12.05
927
771
255
black pepper (gm)
3.886
1.17
137
107
256
dry chillies (gm)
22.326
3.03
439
413
257
tamarind (gm)
0.327
0.05
6
11
258
curry powder (gm)
11.503
3.14
314
203
260
oilseeds (gm)
6.439
0.85
135
122
261
other spices (gm)
22.446
4.26
499
445
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Assam
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
360.530
48.78
959
796
5.738
20.45
552
483
131.601
21.95
936
785
0.131
1.57
32
11
coffee: powder (gm)
0.128
0.06
3
5
274
mineral water (litre)
0.030
0.46
25
23
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.031
1.63
30
42
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.061
5.04
92
42
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.66
34
33
279
beverages: sub-total
-
51.83
982
822
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.740
17.86
99
80
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.161
2.54
14
10
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.658
5.39
80
88
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
35.75
615
471
284
other served processed food
-
0.50
26
25
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
62.03
706
543
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
17.62
379
290
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
30.62
954
790
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.082
10.78
369
334
293
chips (gm)
25.731
5.32
224
157
294
pickles (gm)
18.876
2.86
179
122
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
9.168
1.47
70
50
296
other packaged food
-
0.84
39
33
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
69.51
979
813
777
total: food group
-
1043.63
1000
832
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Bihar
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.582
4.04
190
293
102
rice – other sources
4.784
99.16
948
1197
103
chira
0.180
3.94
514
705
104
khoi, lawa
0.006
0.14
21
21
105
muri
0.039
1.24
174
283
106
other rice products
0.002
0.07
5
8
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.414
2.38
189
306
108
wheat/atta – other sources
5.098
70.52
964
1212
110
maida
0.063
1.18
252
334
111
suji, rawa
0.055
1.11
356
475
112
sewai, noodles
0.031
1.43
254
346
113
bread: bakery
0.027
1.03
163
190
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.05
7
8
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
2
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
1
1
117
maize & its products
0.018
0.26
34
66
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
1
1
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.007
0.17
25
35
129
cereal: sub-total
11.309
186.73
989
1258
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.01
7
6
140
arhar, tur
0.147
9.82
464
589
141
gram: split
0.158
7.29
587
722
142
gram: whole
0.069
2.58
304
364
143
moong
0.070
4.51
305
387
144
masur
0.284
12.77
826
1031
145
urd
0.004
0.17
19
38
146
peas
0.018
0.61
60
81
147
khesari
0.006
0.20
21
38
148
other pulses
0.008
0.35
34
43
150
gram products
0.012
0.83
77
86
151
besan
0.043
2.33
380
456
152
other pulse products
0.004
0.20
33
52
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.822
41.68
986
1255
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.080
104.23
862
1102
161
baby food
0.003
0.66
17
29
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.02
3
4
163
curd
0.014
0.76
82
96
164
ghee
0.011
3.78
133
166
165
butter
0.000
0.08
8
11
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Bihar
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.63
60
66
167
other milk products
-
0.15
8
13
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
110.30
871
1119
170
salt
0.249
2.65
969
1246
171
sugar – PDS
0.013
0.40
22
23
172
sugar – other sources
0.502
16.93
941
1207
173
gur
0.017
0.57
95
140
174
candy, misri
0.003
0.13
49
65
175
honey
0.000
0.03
5
18
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.783
20.72
984
1254
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.019
1.36
81
103
181
mustard oil
0.562
47.21
963
1219
182
groundnut oil
0.003
0.28
6
8
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.03
1
4
184
refined oil
0.097
8.09
276
338
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.09
4
8
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.682
57.07
985
1254
190
eggs (no.)
1.213
5.34
165
213
191
fish, prawn
0.187
18.68
226
290
192
goat meat/mutton
0.058
13.04
82
108
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.035
2.68
32
28
194
pork
0.001
0.11
2
5
195
chicken
0.170
18.16
208
266
0.001
0.08
1
3
-
58.08
544
684
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
3.361
30.90
985
1254
201
onion
1.156
14.17
960
1218
202
tomato
0.390
6.33
545
670
203
brinjal
0.514
7.49
563
749
204
radish
0.167
1.39
215
265
205
carrot
0.023
0.33
37
56
206
palak/other
0.522
4.91
433
552
207
green chillies
0.085
3.50
749
896
208
lady's finger
0.376
6.47
381
490
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.326
6.12
343
477
211
cauliflower
0.609
7.06
431
502
212
cabbage
0.317
3.06
280
359
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.373
3.37
248
331
214
peas
0.164
3.09
218
213
215
beans, barbati
0.033
0.61
51
68
216
lemon (no.)
1.008
1.77
380
454
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Bihar
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.472
6.75
345
449
-
107.33
985
1254
banana (no.)
3.740
4.44
294
377
jackfruit
0.002
0.03
2
8
watermelon
0.069
0.77
41
63
223
pineapple (no.)
0.003
0.09
3
7
224
coconut (no.)
0.013
0.22
12
21
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.01
0
2
226
guava
0.100
1.81
122
173
227
singara
0.008
0.27
14
22
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.414
1.78
57
83
230
papaya
0.032
0.59
31
41
231
mango
0.243
8.95
118
138
232
kharbooza
0.009
0.10
5
11
233
pears/nashpati
0.005
0.34
7
5
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
1
235
leechi
0.024
1.12
27
44
236
apple
0.112
8.20
176
234
237
grapes
0.043
2.64
83
111
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.00
31
38
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
32.39
628
794
240
coconut: copra
0.002
0.21
22
41
241
groundnut
0.007
0.48
46
62
242
dates
0.003
0.26
14
17
243
cashewnut
0.004
1.62
33
58
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.06
5
11
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.015
3.16
118
181
247
other dry fruits
0.004
0.92
26
40
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.035
6.71
160
246
250
ginger (gm)
30.774
2.00
515
684
251
garlic (gm)
65.446
4.29
875
1105
252
jeera (gm)
25.595
5.20
907
1160
253
dhania (gm)
55.679
4.72
932
1180
254
turmeric (gm)
58.734
7.60
971
1234
255
black pepper (gm)
15.514
5.09
636
773
256
dry chillies (gm)
44.816
5.12
874
1099
257
tamarind (gm)
1.415
0.10
31
38
258
curry powder (gm)
5.522
1.20
126
182
260
oilseeds (gm)
20.594
1.25
360
426
261
other spices (gm)
28.034
4.80
556
715
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Bihar
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
352.123
41.38
985
1254
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.916
12.75
373
474
271
tea: leaf (gm)
66.817
12.66
783
1029
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.009
0.06
2
4
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.114
0.07
4
11
274
mineral water (litre)
0.014
0.18
7
7
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.014
0.49
16
32
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.016
1.14
36
25
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.48
22
27
279
beverages: sub-total
-
27.83
923
1157
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.272
5.83
43
57
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.078
1.01
10
9
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.083
8.80
104
177
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
16.47
599
634
284
other served processed food
-
1.83
76
100
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
33.94
691
799
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
12.76
254
336
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
14.55
764
972
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.068
6.84
386
518
293
chips (gm)
2.999
0.53
38
46
294
pickles (gm)
2.684
0.31
33
39
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
5.103
0.65
30
26
296
other packaged food
-
1.29
49
56
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
36.93
859
1085
777
total: food group
-
761.11
1000
1270
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Chhattisgarh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.575
8.26
415
253
102
rice – other sources
6.123
117.49
841
636
103
chira
0.164
4.31
408
350
104
khoi, lawa
0.005
0.16
31
31
105
muri
0.013
0.45
77
60
106
other rice products
0.001
0.02
6
7
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.563
2.12
247
156
108
wheat/atta – other sources
1.572
27.39
566
469
110
maida
0.041
0.96
123
91
111
suji, rawa
0.071
1.77
319
234
112
sewai, noodles
0.022
1.42
142
129
113
bread: bakery
0.028
0.98
148
131
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.03
7
8
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.002
0.04
16
15
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.04
4
1
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.02
2
11
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.018
0.48
31
25
129
cereal: sub-total
11.198
165.93
941
704
139
cereal substitutes
0.003
0.17
29
27
140
arhar, tur
0.584
33.14
816
616
141
gram: split
0.033
1.46
185
140
142
gram: whole
0.044
1.71
229
204
143
moong
0.026
1.65
151
135
144
masur
0.048
2.19
186
168
145
urd
0.062
3.29
242
201
146
peas
0.004
0.16
53
52
147
khesari
0.050
1.49
110
72
148
other pulses
0.018
0.58
54
48
150
gram products
0.001
0.04
5
8
151
besan
0.085
3.66
421
354
152
other pulse products
0.007
0.50
69
50
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.963
49.85
932
700
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.417
60.01
468
391
161
baby food
0.003
0.61
20
13
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.32
23
16
163
curd
0.025
1.10
141
119
164
ghee
0.007
2.98
59
55
165
butter
0.000
0.01
1
1
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Chhattisgarh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.51
64
52
167
other milk products
-
0.32
52
35
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
66.86
538
444
170
salt
0.299
3.19
935
699
171
sugar – PDS
0.096
1.39
356
237
172
sugar – other sources
0.698
22.26
891
652
173
gur
0.013
0.44
75
78
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.02
8
4
175
honey
0.001
0.20
29
22
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.106
27.49
941
704
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.006
0.57
18
20
181
mustard oil
0.057
4.57
111
85
182
groundnut oil
0.025
1.88
27
20
183
coconut oil
0.002
0.12
2
1
184
refined oil
0.662
49.35
836
645
185
edible oil: others
0.007
0.52
21
15
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.759
57.01
938
703
190
eggs (no.)
1.407
5.01
196
153
191
fish, prawn
0.103
10.05
121
124
192
goat meat/mutton
0.032
6.88
35
32
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.00
0
0
194
pork
0.001
0.10
2
2
195
chicken
0.265
27.47
294
202
0.001
0.12
1
1
-
49.62
453
355
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.480
16.88
939
699
201
onion
0.923
12.42
927
690
202
tomato
1.623
22.54
932
692
203
brinjal
0.462
7.26
537
413
204
radish
0.213
2.22
209
184
205
carrot
0.065
1.40
78
61
206
palak/other
0.842
11.77
667
525
207
green chillies
0.185
5.88
876
645
208
lady's finger
0.316
7.21
337
303
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.148
2.65
195
149
211
cauliflower
0.469
9.05
455
347
212
cabbage
0.477
6.26
481
316
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.518
6.74
450
358
214
peas
0.190
3.47
204
130
215
beans, barbati
0.334
6.94
384
311
216
lemon (no.)
1.333
2.23
260
220
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Chhattisgarh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.706
11.29
585
465
-
136.23
942
705
banana (no.)
3.411
7.68
289
218
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
1
222
watermelon
0.057
0.84
26
21
223
pineapple (no.)
0.013
0.26
10
7
224
coconut (no.)
0.422
4.10
336
244
225
green coconut (no.)
0.054
0.46
34
18
226
guava
0.031
0.56
34
33
227
singara
0.009
0.20
14
8
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.822
2.83
78
48
230
papaya
0.033
0.71
32
34
231
mango
0.227
7.45
151
120
232
kharbooza
0.042
0.57
22
9
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.017
0.24
20
21
235
leechi
0.013
1.20
16
10
236
apple
0.096
8.61
146
112
237
grapes
0.047
3.41
71
55
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.32
33
29
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
40.41
725
514
240
coconut: copra
0.001
0.19
10
11
241
groundnut
0.056
3.27
221
152
242
dates
0.002
0.20
12
10
243
cashewnut
0.004
1.85
54
46
244
walnut
0.001
0.29
12
6
245
other nuts
0.001
0.41
4
3
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.006
1.22
81
67
247
other dry fruits
0.004
0.72
33
20
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.075
8.14
252
190
250
ginger (gm)
74.899
4.54
726
563
251
garlic (gm)
75.176
5.92
808
615
252
jeera (gm)
22.295
4.30
634
516
253
dhania (gm)
63.993
7.52
888
661
254
turmeric (gm)
58.153
8.92
906
684
255
black pepper (gm)
3.148
1.01
108
72
256
dry chillies (gm)
49.929
6.21
789
599
257
tamarind (gm)
4.796
0.33
62
54
258
curry powder (gm)
10.318
1.94
226
197
260
oilseeds (gm)
8.003
0.79
205
192
261
other spices (gm)
32.925
5.76
586
478
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Chhattisgarh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
403.635
47.30
940
703
tea: cups (no.)
2.552
10.25
314
239
271
tea: leaf (gm)
76.726
16.41
911
687
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.031
0.35
11
9
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.550
0.40
13
10
274
mineral water (litre)
0.028
0.37
23
25
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.021
0.93
39
28
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.049
2.05
76
54
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.55
45
42
279
beverages: sub-total
-
32.30
965
710
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.552
14.45
49
31
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.088
4.05
12
11
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.015
21.38
179
128
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
25.14
638
509
284
other served processed food
-
1.69
83
70
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
66.71
726
568
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
10.57
161
116
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
17.15
709
548
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.064
6.69
304
277
293
chips (gm)
6.196
1.43
77
71
294
pickles (gm)
3.554
0.64
38
42
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
3.264
0.79
33
23
296
other packaged food
-
2.64
53
35
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
39.90
797
616
777
total: food group
-
787.92
1000
734
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Delhi
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.121
0.94
70
51
102
rice – other sources
1.951
55.60
896
765
103
chira
0.020
0.64
29
13
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.18
22
14
105
muri
0.001
0.05
12
8
106
other rice products
0.008
0.10
10
8
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.464
3.04
92
72
108
wheat/atta – other sources
4.983
90.72
908
775
110
maida
0.020
0.48
71
53
111
suji, rawa
0.032
0.99
187
155
112
sewai, noodles
0.015
1.23
159
139
113
bread: bakery
0.310
9.91
664
551
114
other wheat products
0.016
0.39
45
33
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.01
1
1
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.01
1
1
117
maize & its products
0.018
0.53
29
25
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.010
0.28
26
18
129
cereal: sub-total
7.972
165.10
929
797
139
cereal substitutes
0.001
0.05
10
11
140
arhar, tur
0.206
14.79
812
698
141
gram: split
0.112
5.71
673
578
142
gram: whole
0.066
3.96
371
330
143
moong
0.137
9.97
732
603
144
masur
0.147
8.76
743
622
145
urd
0.071
5.00
458
373
146
peas
0.003
0.18
22
21
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
1
1
148
other pulses
0.081
5.37
442
387
150
gram products
0.006
0.35
40
31
151
besan
0.078
4.29
561
490
152
other pulse products
0.017
1.18
152
129
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.925
59.58
924
794
160
milk: liquid (litre)
8.480
275.56
919
787
161
baby food
0.012
2.26
48
38
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.09
4
4
163
curd
0.058
3.11
184
164
164
ghee
0.108
34.91
525
427
165
butter
0.018
4.91
256
211
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Delhi
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
3.10
160
149
167
other milk products
-
4.40
183
161
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
328.33
925
792
170
salt
0.200
2.72
926
795
171
sugar – PDS
0.020
0.34
17
21
172
sugar – other sources
0.950
32.64
909
776
173
gur
0.016
0.64
71
62
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.05
9
10
175
honey
0.002
0.65
45
39
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.189
37.04
932
802
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.078
6.48
115
104
181
mustard oil
0.480
39.87
664
571
182
groundnut oil
0.001
0.11
2
3
183
coconut oil
0.001
0.08
3
4
184
refined oil
0.324
29.69
536
445
185
edible oil: others
0.003
0.64
8
5
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.887
76.87
925
794
190
eggs (no.)
3.006
11.42
298
234
191
fish, prawn
0.037
4.13
51
38
192
goat meat/mutton
0.045
12.83
56
54
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.006
0.38
6
9
194
pork
0.001
0.21
1
2
195
chicken
0.212
30.68
236
187
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
59.63
443
349
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.834
20.97
924
792
201
onion
0.944
16.17
901
772
202
tomato
0.857
16.79
906
779
203
brinjal
0.301
6.17
384
335
204
radish
0.327
3.53
322
265
205
carrot
0.223
3.52
264
211
206
palak/other
0.502
9.38
480
391
207
green chillies
0.106
5.04
729
645
208
lady's finger
0.276
8.39
330
303
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.114
3.31
165
147
211
cauliflower
0.550
11.51
556
470
212
cabbage
0.216
3.75
232
206
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.422
7.94
401
338
214
peas
0.332
7.79
366
284
215
beans, barbati
0.099
2.89
160
135
216
lemon (no.)
2.158
5.41
487
414
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Delhi
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.444
11.68
586
498
-
144.23
926
796
banana (no.)
5.718
16.54
497
442
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.089
1.46
43
33
223
pineapple (no.)
0.005
0.15
5
6
224
coconut (no.)
0.012
0.26
9
10
225
green coconut (no.)
0.086
2.41
30
21
226
guava
0.131
3.08
136
124
227
singara
0.034
0.80
35
32
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.685
6.09
156
130
230
papaya
0.190
5.28
129
109
231
mango
0.158
6.88
137
123
232
kharbooza
0.028
0.71
19
16
233
pears/nashpati
0.014
0.42
13
12
234
berries
0.003
0.12
4
2
235
leechi
0.011
0.77
12
14
236
apple
0.199
15.47
217
206
237
grapes
0.073
4.87
115
96
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.55
53
35
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
67.86
812
710
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.33
13
17
241
groundnut
0.050
4.35
177
139
242
dates
0.003
0.27
12
12
243
cashewnut
0.010
5.24
84
89
244
walnut
0.002
0.87
12
11
245
other nuts
0.007
3.09
58
52
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.013
3.67
101
102
247
other dry fruits
0.004
1.80
28
27
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.092
19.61
275
239
250
ginger (gm)
91.715
5.48
773
648
251
garlic (gm)
53.412
5.18
702
581
252
jeera (gm)
41.625
9.50
847
725
253
dhania (gm)
52.373
7.92
847
716
254
turmeric (gm)
47.451
9.21
856
735
255
black pepper (gm)
11.569
3.80
353
302
256
dry chillies (gm)
51.175
9.25
753
637
257
tamarind (gm)
1.128
0.15
14
8
258
curry powder (gm)
16.729
4.64
347
288
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
1.739
0.28
35
25
36.886
10.20
603
526
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Delhi
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
405.803
65.65
924
793
270
tea: cups (no.)
6.781
33.55
611
525
271
tea: leaf (gm)
93.511
25.57
889
763
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.105
1.31
19
18
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.859
1.06
23
24
274
mineral water (litre)
0.128
1.54
46
38
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.229
8.98
233
194
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.115
7.83
119
119
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.11
40
38
279
beverages: sub-total
-
81.94
990
869
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.391
62.23
163
166
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.222
7.30
18
20
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.644
5.69
56
46
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
65.25
812
702
284
other served processed food
-
8.19
157
133
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
148.65
897
782
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
33.64
334
271
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
29.07
825
736
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.137
19.68
690
570
293
chips (gm)
12.467
3.03
121
107
294
pickles (gm)
11.639
1.43
120
126
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
7.308
1.25
67
62
296
other packaged food
-
4.31
166
123
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
92.39
945
826
777
total: food group
-
1346.93
1000
882
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Goa
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.462
12.45
455
150
102
rice – other sources
4.536
112.53
914
259
103
chira
0.132
3.99
358
93
104
khoi, lawa
0.005
0.15
14
3
105
muri
0.007
0.34
28
6
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.231
1.85
235
70
108
wheat/atta – other sources
1.509
34.74
810
233
110
maida
0.029
0.70
111
25
111
suji, rawa
0.300
7.27
744
214
112
sewai, noodles
0.039
2.65
211
53
113
bread: bakery
0.242
13.30
406
117
0
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
115
jowar & its products
0.020
0.35
16
6
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.01
2
1
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.004
0.08
8
2
121
ragi & its products
0.037
0.87
70
16
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
8.553
191.27
966
284
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.220
13.48
888
258
141
gram: split
0.013
0.50
53
21
142
gram: whole
0.171
5.80
614
174
143
moong
0.144
9.58
748
210
144
masur
0.141
7.35
639
176
145
urd
0.036
2.53
246
64
146
peas
0.009
0.32
65
17
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.064
3.18
333
85
150
gram products
0.001
0.07
9
6
151
besan
0.041
1.95
260
80
152
other pulse products
0.015
0.89
102
31
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.856
45.64
955
278
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.738
188.03
909
259
161
baby food
0.028
12.47
58
13
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.014
3.44
40
12
163
curd
0.009
0.45
65
19
164
ghee
0.033
9.69
267
78
165
butter
0.010
2.84
220
63
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Goa
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
6.92
246
67
167
other milk products
-
1.05
28
8
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
224.89
947
267
170
salt
0.227
2.90
958
281
171
sugar – PDS
0.004
0.11
11
4
172
sugar – other sources
0.807
25.33
954
275
173
gur
0.069
2.72
371
108
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.03
10
2
175
honey
0.001
0.28
17
4
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.108
31.37
978
285
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.095
8.40
291
87
181
mustard oil
0.002
0.24
8
1
182
groundnut oil
0.009
0.83
19
4
183
coconut oil
0.005
0.56
16
6
184
refined oil
0.573
46.18
763
218
185
edible oil: others
0.112
8.57
189
56
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.797
64.77
961
282
190
eggs (no.)
6.386
21.48
648
183
191
fish, prawn
1.700
234.68
809
232
192
goat meat/mutton
0.064
15.99
46
11
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.022
3.48
16
5
194
pork
0.008
1.21
8
2
195
chicken
0.496
49.83
384
112
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.030
2.31
17
6
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
328.95
867
251
200
potato
0.660
10.92
853
251
201
onion
1.395
19.94
953
280
202
tomato
0.743
13.89
906
268
203
brinjal
0.095
2.22
113
33
204
radish
0.108
2.57
135
38
205
carrot
0.064
2.24
164
41
206
palak/other
0.593
10.48
593
186
207
green chillies
0.167
7.59
826
233
208
lady's finger
0.188
4.32
290
73
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.038
1.08
67
10
211
cauliflower
0.255
5.37
284
78
212
cabbage
0.401
5.77
460
136
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.018
0.50
40
10
214
peas
0.019
0.69
41
12
215
beans, barbati
0.203
2.96
201
58
216
lemon (no.)
2.468
4.83
360
109
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Goa
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.166
4.31
239
73
-
99.65
962
283
banana (no.)
9.204
22.02
620
166
jackfruit
0.009
0.31
8
2
222
watermelon
0.125
2.36
31
8
223
pineapple (no.)
0.083
1.38
29
11
224
coconut (no.)
5.670
57.76
818
240
225
green coconut (no.)
0.306
3.12
42
18
226
guava
0.001
0.07
1
1
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.083
9.55
113
30
230
papaya
0.072
2.05
51
14
231
mango
0.097
15.16
73
22
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.12
1
1
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.001
0.16
1
1
236
apple
0.268
29.50
292
75
237
grapes
0.115
7.29
162
46
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.69
74
22
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
154.57
938
275
240
coconut: copra
0.007
0.88
6
1
241
groundnut
0.005
0.30
17
5
242
dates
0.004
0.68
25
5
243
cashewnut
0.015
7.42
190
55
244
walnut
0.002
1.07
39
16
245
other nuts
0.002
1.54
19
4
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.010
4.18
38
10
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.81
53
15
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.048
16.87
222
63
250
ginger (gm)
64.208
5.58
848
249
251
garlic (gm)
79.072
9.85
883
257
252
jeera (gm)
23.946
5.38
744
211
253
dhania (gm)
47.027
5.48
672
199
254
turmeric (gm)
37.768
7.45
852
248
255
black pepper (gm)
6.264
1.44
126
39
256
dry chillies (gm)
92.477
17.82
691
193
257
tamarind (gm)
37.487
4.24
510
143
258
curry powder (gm)
49.546
12.81
371
108
260
oilseeds (gm)
21.471
2.11
390
116
261
other spices (gm)
62.639
9.08
593
181
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Goa
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
521.905
81.46
962
283
1.197
5.69
139
31
149.137
29.57
934
268
0.139
0.76
26
9
coffee: powder (gm)
1.904
1.85
63
15
274
mineral water (litre)
0.024
0.34
21
5
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.139
6.82
187
59
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.052
4.85
50
13
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.00
0
0
279
beverages: sub-total
-
49.88
995
286
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.115
44.47
102
20
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.406
14.32
46
11
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.500
7.50
39
11
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
30.55
458
132
284
other served processed food
-
4.65
47
11
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
101.48
592
164
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
3.15
47
11
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
37.92
815
230
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.024
3.04
240
73
293
chips (gm)
19.485
2.94
175
49
294
pickles (gm)
33.405
3.88
389
109
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
16.988
2.81
131
31
296
other packaged food
-
2.42
71
21
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
56.20
870
247
777
total: food group
-
1447.01
1000
288
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Gujarat
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.070
0.32
50
121
102
rice – other sources
1.765
44.80
923
1604
103
chira
0.104
3.44
423
754
104
khoi, lawa
0.008
0.25
26
51
105
muri
0.081
3.05
358
701
106
other rice products
0.021
0.42
18
44
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.168
0.97
57
143
108
wheat/atta – other sources
4.814
83.10
933
1607
110
maida
0.031
0.80
142
275
111
suji, rawa
0.059
1.67
360
664
112
sewai, noodles
0.017
1.22
119
226
113
bread: bakery
0.041
1.94
213
400
114
other wheat products
0.005
0.10
3
7
115
jowar & its products
0.103
2.31
80
162
116
bajra & its products
0.561
7.95
368
703
117
maize & its products
0.032
0.59
61
132
118
barley & its products
0.003
0.05
3
7
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.01
2
9
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.004
0.14
16
31
129
cereal: sub-total
7.887
153.12
948
1657
139
cereal substitutes
0.015
0.76
104
162
140
arhar, tur
0.360
23.05
918
1624
141
gram: split
0.072
3.39
463
855
142
gram: whole
0.061
2.65
434
769
143
moong
0.189
12.09
816
1526
144
masur
0.023
1.22
133
178
145
urd
0.053
3.35
383
697
146
peas
0.013
0.55
126
198
147
khesari
0.000
0.02
4
5
148
other pulses
0.025
1.59
162
271
150
gram products
0.002
0.10
15
24
151
besan
0.125
6.36
690
1302
152
other pulse products
0.030
1.82
213
335
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.953
56.19
948
1657
160
milk: liquid (litre)
6.709
220.50
901
1648
161
baby food
0.003
1.00
25
42
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.12
4
13
163
curd
0.042
2.07
230
404
164
ghee
0.104
32.96
521
975
165
butter
0.002
0.44
19
43
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Gujarat
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
3.31
138
269
167
other milk products
-
6.61
279
478
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
267.03
954
1665
170
salt
0.207
2.17
942
1649
171
sugar – PDS
0.020
0.30
40
109
172
sugar – other sources
0.896
28.69
904
1632
173
gur
0.138
5.60
617
1175
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.03
5
13
175
honey
0.002
0.31
18
35
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.263
37.09
952
1664
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.004
0.27
6
16
181
mustard oil
0.073
6.39
82
48
182
groundnut oil
0.299
31.93
212
430
183
coconut oil
0.007
0.67
8
9
184
refined oil
0.222
18.40
193
311
185
edible oil: others
0.625
49.07
465
879
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.228
106.74
948
1656
190
eggs (no.)
0.928
3.68
124
193
191
fish, prawn
0.052
4.88
84
89
192
goat meat/mutton
0.033
7.44
50
87
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.025
2.56
26
42
194
pork
0.001
0.11
1
1
195
chicken
0.077
10.20
122
162
0.003
0.72
3
2
-
29.59
253
332
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.582
18.57
937
1634
201
onion
0.882
12.19
905
1566
202
tomato
0.920
17.20
878
1563
203
brinjal
0.508
11.59
678
1287
204
radish
0.041
0.72
67
124
205
carrot
0.078
1.70
149
240
206
palak/other
0.411
9.68
500
854
207
green chillies
0.206
7.82
868
1498
208
lady's finger
0.297
10.16
438
838
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.061
1.97
107
238
211
cauliflower
0.366
9.27
473
843
212
cabbage
0.454
9.40
596
1104
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.238
4.87
296
573
214
peas
0.176
5.22
277
421
215
beans, barbati
0.164
5.72
230
392
216
lemon (no.)
4.663
7.00
672
1247
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Gujarat
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.758
22.43
763
1254
-
155.55
948
1656
banana (no.)
6.576
13.02
489
905
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
1
222
watermelon
0.170
2.66
74
130
223
pineapple (no.)
0.010
0.30
7
21
224
coconut (no.)
0.048
0.55
38
81
225
green coconut (no.)
0.108
1.53
41
68
226
guava
0.057
1.49
65
125
227
singara
0.002
0.07
4
4
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.538
2.81
77
135
230
papaya
0.084
1.53
75
145
231
mango
0.246
12.08
128
276
232
kharbooza
0.013
0.30
6
20
233
pears/nashpati
0.008
0.30
10
18
234
berries
0.009
0.34
13
12
235
leechi
0.001
0.09
2
3
236
apple
0.177
16.14
231
438
237
grapes
0.084
3.83
129
248
238
other fresh fruits
-
6.78
204
345
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
63.81
801
1431
240
coconut: copra
0.011
1.24
57
95
241
groundnut
0.065
4.74
294
539
242
dates
0.031
2.63
70
140
243
cashewnut
0.014
7.21
112
220
244
walnut
0.004
1.02
15
34
245
other nuts
0.006
2.83
59
145
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.008
1.98
57
109
247
other dry fruits
0.016
4.33
86
137
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.154
25.98
429
777
250
ginger (gm)
82.129
5.35
756
1355
251
garlic (gm)
88.554
7.12
894
1586
252
jeera (gm)
37.734
7.46
884
1605
253
dhania (gm)
63.078
7.60
883
1534
254
turmeric (gm)
48.279
9.52
936
1632
255
black pepper (gm)
8.950
2.81
317
626
256
dry chillies (gm)
100.111
16.93
929
1613
257
tamarind (gm)
10.000
0.92
158
360
258
curry powder (gm)
11.641
2.50
283
624
260
oilseeds (gm)
34.099
3.04
819
1399
261
other spices (gm)
46.393
9.45
747
1297
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Gujarat
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
530.968
72.73
948
1656
4.755
32.93
477
767
133.625
32.48
867
1630
0.017
0.14
7
15
coffee: powder (gm)
1.058
0.80
34
54
274
mineral water (litre)
0.532
0.61
9
25
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.059
2.18
58
103
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.032
1.59
31
56
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.86
53
91
279
beverages: sub-total
-
72.58
971
1698
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.892
30.17
94
157
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.132
2.92
10
23
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.281
2.88
31
82
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
32.79
527
903
284
other served processed food
-
3.75
78
150
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
72.50
618
1095
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
6.38
76
139
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
24.35
662
1170
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.116
13.22
400
713
293
chips (gm)
24.760
3.53
155
244
294
pickles (gm)
11.863
1.65
96
208
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
3.178
0.48
19
58
296
other packaged food
-
3.90
129
205
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
53.50
857
1456
777
total: food group
-
1167.17
1000
1717
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Haryana
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.001
0.03
1
3
102
rice – other sources
1.060
31.86
933
1092
103
chira
0.001
0.02
3
5
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.02
6
7
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
2
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.683
3.37
89
126
108
wheat/atta – other sources
6.514
97.18
927
1082
110
maida
0.006
0.14
39
30
111
suji, rawa
0.024
0.59
163
171
112
sewai, noodles
0.028
2.15
194
203
113
bread: bakery
0.143
4.99
449
492
114
other wheat products
0.003
0.18
15
24
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.014
0.15
30
41
117
maize & its products
0.017
0.29
41
41
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.001
0.05
4
7
129
cereal: sub-total
8.495
141.04
973
1147
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.076
5.62
352
311
141
gram: split
0.156
7.68
799
941
142
gram: whole
0.107
5.59
555
674
143
moong
0.168
12.36
875
1030
144
masur
0.110
7.06
706
817
145
urd
0.075
5.38
527
607
146
peas
0.003
0.18
14
24
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
1
148
other pulses
0.046
3.16
255
308
150
gram products
0.004
0.23
41
69
151
besan
0.141
6.81
786
933
152
other pulse products
0.010
0.63
52
66
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
160
milk: liquid (litre)
161
162
0.896
54.69
972
1145
11.033
362.63
967
1145
baby food
0.006
1.37
21
17
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.29
9
13
163
curd
0.067
3.21
133
130
164
ghee
0.221
77.94
663
714
165
butter
0.009
2.90
72
64
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Haryana
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
2.42
88
77
167
other milk products
-
1.29
49
55
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
452.05
974
1150
170
salt
0.232
3.09
968
1138
171
sugar – PDS
0.035
0.70
55
78
172
sugar – other sources
1.315
43.48
964
1129
173
gur
0.038
1.39
153
175
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.02
4
7
175
honey
0.002
0.53
26
27
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.622
49.22
979
1153
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.061
4.33
111
128
181
mustard oil
0.407
31.74
667
768
182
groundnut oil
0.005
0.44
7
10
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
1
184
refined oil
0.302
26.09
539
610
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.06
2
4
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.775
62.66
948
1112
190
eggs (no.)
1.815
7.58
177
171
191
fish, prawn
0.017
2.47
17
16
192
goat meat/mutton
0.003
0.69
3
6
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.004
0.49
3
7
194
pork
0.001
0.07
1
2
195
chicken
0.064
9.29
75
79
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
20.58
204
206
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
2.028
23.34
968
1140
201
onion
1.171
18.96
950
1120
202
tomato
1.079
20.59
947
1115
203
brinjal
0.346
6.06
337
404
204
radish
0.578
5.29
350
407
205
carrot
0.395
4.99
298
352
206
palak/other
0.545
8.34
432
467
207
green chillies
0.140
5.77
657
840
208
lady's finger
0.233
6.28
255
298
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.026
0.46
24
30
211
cauliflower
0.606
10.72
495
598
212
cabbage
0.221
3.93
202
193
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.582
9.49
413
505
214
peas
0.492
10.77
395
484
215
beans, barbati
0.071
1.76
61
64
216
lemon (no.)
2.543
5.49
357
412
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Haryana
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.616
11.08
370
466
-
153.33
973
1146
banana (no.)
8.447
24.43
548
586
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.213
2.63
77
84
223
pineapple (no.)
0.009
0.35
8
7
224
coconut (no.)
0.012
0.21
9
12
225
green coconut (no.)
0.023
0.56
8
8
226
guava
0.305
7.46
218
260
227
singara
0.006
0.11
6
16
228
orange, mausami (no.)
2.063
8.09
197
221
230
papaya
0.232
5.58
137
161
231
mango
0.310
12.45
161
189
232
kharbooza
0.076
1.54
42
52
233
pears/nashpati
0.016
0.50
16
15
234
berries
0.005
0.15
4
6
235
leechi
0.020
1.58
25
22
236
apple
0.466
35.57
332
372
237
grapes
0.149
8.77
117
135
238
other fresh fruits
-
5.99
64
71
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
115.98
862
974
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.36
13
7
241
groundnut
0.096
6.30
185
211
242
dates
0.016
1.09
34
40
243
cashewnut
0.012
7.06
89
77
244
walnut
0.002
0.68
12
20
245
other nuts
0.016
6.86
82
91
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.011
3.30
93
75
247
other dry fruits
0.009
3.22
47
42
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.164
28.86
328
335
250
ginger (gm)
70.058
4.60
697
795
251
garlic (gm)
70.924
6.20
788
887
252
jeera (gm)
48.271
10.62
918
1084
253
dhania (gm)
47.511
6.31
741
910
254
turmeric (gm)
68.128
12.75
961
1137
255
black pepper (gm)
4.713
1.56
145
150
256
dry chillies (gm)
64.275
9.95
906
1066
257
tamarind (gm)
1.155
0.12
24
17
258
curry powder (gm)
4.299
1.40
101
84
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.156
0.02
7
4
33.344
9.04
533
622
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Haryana
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
412.835
62.62
970
1145
6.393
32.03
425
413
137.156
30.50
955
1130
0.330
3.52
51
33
coffee: powder (gm)
2.435
2.19
41
38
274
mineral water (litre)
0.031
0.56
16
17
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.301
10.71
188
158
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.210
15.27
192
170
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.35
9
11
279
beverages: sub-total
-
95.12
993
1156
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.240
66.40
108
90
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.319
15.98
36
14
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.262
3.71
16
32
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
39.66
573
572
284
other served processed food
-
46.25
41
49
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
172.01
638
642
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
24.34
205
259
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
34.01
848
961
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.144
18.42
533
608
293
chips (gm)
15.284
2.98
104
113
294
pickles (gm)
21.238
2.50
182
157
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
14.986
2.37
70
62
296
other packaged food
-
1.95
66
74
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
86.55
905
1023
777
total: food group
-
1494.72
1000
1166
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Himachal Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.006
8.92
363
179
102
rice – other sources
2.813
78.05
773
297
103
chira
0.000
0.00
0
0
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.007
0.16
2
1
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.975
15.78
384
184
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.835
69.59
750
303
110
maida
0.053
1.25
65
22
111
suji, rawa
0.078
2.02
341
137
112
sewai, noodles
0.063
4.46
330
125
113
bread: bakery
0.153
6.31
436
155
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.10
7
3
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.117
1.59
58
49
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.01
1
1
122
other cereals
0.001
0.06
9
1
129
cereal: sub-total
10.106
188.28
868
359
139
cereal substitutes
0.006
0.25
3
2
140
arhar, tur
0.039
3.04
138
55
141
gram: split
0.262
10.48
781
334
142
gram: whole
0.192
8.25
591
273
143
moong
0.135
9.84
555
234
144
masur
0.155
9.37
560
225
145
urd
0.202
9.06
667
298
146
peas
0.007
0.40
31
10
147
khesari
0.002
0.17
8
4
148
other pulses
0.301
19.85
682
279
150
gram products
0.005
0.32
15
10
151
besan
0.082
4.08
428
180
152
other pulse products
0.037
2.92
162
65
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.419
77.78
868
359
160
milk: liquid (litre)
8.326
222.18
845
346
161
baby food
0.001
0.18
5
4
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.005
1.36
44
15
163
curd
0.217
8.95
258
109
164
ghee
0.144
45.81
508
191
165
butter
0.014
3.88
119
33
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Himachal Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.34
34
13
167
other milk products
-
1.51
53
25
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
284.22
875
366
170
salt
0.210
1.92
865
358
171
sugar – PDS
0.395
5.57
469
220
172
sugar – other sources
0.696
24.80
821
329
173
gur
0.026
1.05
110
38
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.11
11
3
175
honey
0.002
0.51
19
7
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.332
33.96
868
359
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.023
1.72
52
34
181
mustard oil
0.387
29.99
628
294
182
groundnut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.409
28.10
717
305
185
edible oil: others
0.007
0.53
7
5
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.827
60.34
868
359
190
eggs (no.)
2.382
9.26
211
85
191
fish, prawn
0.031
3.31
17
6
192
goat meat/mutton
0.169
34.42
150
51
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.001
0.17
1
1
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.145
19.19
117
51
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
66.34
328
128
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.562
18.83
856
355
201
onion
1.044
17.42
865
357
202
tomato
0.799
18.05
787
324
203
brinjal
0.276
5.62
269
91
204
radish
0.282
4.04
203
95
205
carrot
0.306
5.41
213
99
206
palak/other
0.533
8.81
386
148
207
green chillies
0.057
3.21
359
143
208
lady's finger
0.289
7.43
277
107
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.019
0.36
22
9
211
cauliflower
0.794
17.45
498
217
212
cabbage
0.356
5.93
282
107
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.299
4.82
222
92
214
peas
0.415
11.64
347
153
215
beans, barbati
0.205
6.16
199
52
216
lemon (no.)
1.124
3.54
170
71
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Himachal Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.382
7.67
201
84
-
146.36
871
360
banana (no.)
7.249
26.83
570
188
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.066
1.21
37
12
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.005
0.07
2
2
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.242
6.21
165
49
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.815
7.26
173
71
230
papaya
0.062
2.28
40
15
231
mango
0.241
12.14
185
69
232
kharbooza
0.011
0.32
5
3
233
pears/nashpati
0.038
0.91
37
11
234
berries
0.002
0.33
7
2
235
leechi
0.010
0.80
9
5
236
apple
0.401
23.71
285
102
237
grapes
0.067
4.92
96
48
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.15
39
17
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
89.11
886
312
240
coconut: copra
0.002
0.29
14
7
241
groundnut
0.095
8.32
225
88
242
dates
0.001
0.16
9
4
243
cashewnut
0.012
5.73
49
20
244
walnut
0.007
1.91
16
6
245
other nuts
0.024
11.13
69
40
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.018
6.44
50
20
247
other dry fruits
0.014
5.02
60
27
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.173
39.00
358
155
250
ginger (gm)
79.378
4.78
468
198
251
garlic (gm)
79.956
7.97
756
297
252
jeera (gm)
45.374
11.26
719
296
253
dhania (gm)
51.574
7.00
746
317
254
turmeric (gm)
71.421
15.00
862
355
255
black pepper (gm)
11.232
3.31
174
75
256
dry chillies (gm)
32.658
5.38
567
248
257
tamarind (gm)
0.032
0.00
1
1
258
curry powder (gm)
2.673
0.68
42
16
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.018
0.02
1
1
34.912
10.82
557
229
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Himachal Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
409.229
66.29
868
359
270
tea: cups (no.)
7.518
36.60
634
226
271
tea: leaf (gm)
97.118
24.21
837
349
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.151
1.21
15
5
273
coffee: powder (gm)
1.027
0.43
12
5
274
mineral water (litre)
0.005
0.08
5
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.207
8.69
105
27
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.091
3.85
66
28
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.00
27
13
279
beverages: sub-total
-
76.10
989
379
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
3.275
87.18
169
46
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
1.737
52.48
60
9
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.384
3.96
43
31
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
36.44
524
206
284
other served processed food
-
2.87
43
10
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
182.95
687
246
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
18.77
258
94
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
26.52
751
288
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.065
11.22
314
136
293
chips (gm)
22.327
5.73
207
85
294
pickles (gm)
76.092
6.98
315
96
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
8.063
0.84
36
14
296
other packaged food
-
1.23
35
11
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
71.23
868
335
777
total: food group
-
1382.21
1000
383
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Jammu & Kashmir
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
4.385
42.39
607
917
102
rice – other sources
3.219
80.74
666
846
103
chira
0.005
0.11
0
1
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.005
0.09
8
11
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.551
13.36
416
542
108
wheat/atta – other sources
1.738
27.81
514
630
110
maida
0.017
0.30
27
33
111
suji, rawa
0.021
0.56
150
165
112
sewai, noodles
0.019
1.76
173
191
113
bread: bakery
0.713
43.40
746
1021
114
other wheat products
0.007
0.39
9
15
115
jowar & its products
0.003
0.06
1
4
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
2
117
maize & its products
0.057
0.84
59
82
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.003
0.17
5
16
129
cereal: sub-total
11.744
211.98
962
1336
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.013
0.96
59
81
141
gram: split
0.149
7.50
579
672
142
gram: whole
0.061
2.93
375
415
143
moong
0.092
6.96
605
777
144
masur
0.035
2.22
219
275
145
urd
0.085
5.71
426
451
146
peas
0.006
0.34
39
69
147
khesari
0.001
0.05
3
8
148
other pulses
0.172
14.09
689
862
150
gram products
0.003
0.26
12
14
151
besan
0.013
0.67
164
161
152
other pulse products
0.024
1.55
225
272
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.655
43.23
851
1136
160
milk: liquid (litre)
8.577
207.27
954
1321
161
baby food
0.005
1.52
24
33
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.004
0.76
22
41
163
curd
0.344
9.45
349
435
164
ghee
0.048
14.31
277
306
165
butter
0.014
3.61
138
195
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Jammu & Kashmir
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.12
60
75
167
other milk products
-
4.67
163
193
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
242.71
969
1333
170
salt
0.289
4.02
959
1331
171
sugar – PDS
0.460
6.69
763
1072
172
sugar – other sources
0.243
8.79
487
548
173
gur
0.005
0.17
34
42
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.09
19
19
175
honey
0.001
0.22
14
20
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.999
19.98
964
1337
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.033
2.83
94
96
181
mustard oil
0.844
77.85
917
1249
182
groundnut oil
0.004
0.39
5
8
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.108
10.27
207
252
185
edible oil: others
0.005
0.40
19
9
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.994
91.74
962
1336
190
eggs (no.)
3.116
11.60
345
543
191
fish, prawn
0.027
3.84
23
35
192
goat meat/mutton
0.247
61.12
264
416
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.091
11.30
81
177
194
pork
0.004
0.37
3
4
195
chicken
0.387
40.00
308
432
0.003
0.41
3
4
-
128.63
607
938
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.191
15.67
856
1160
201
onion
1.017
16.78
938
1292
202
tomato
0.808
19.10
826
1075
203
brinjal
0.163
3.27
184
226
204
radish
0.390
5.03
367
482
205
carrot
0.203
3.28
186
254
206
palak/other
1.768
27.98
775
1115
207
green chillies
0.041
1.53
259
280
208
lady's finger
0.224
5.14
246
256
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.007
0.15
6
10
211
cauliflower
0.490
9.03
399
518
212
cabbage
0.214
3.48
202
264
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.310
5.34
256
347
214
peas
0.228
5.95
232
326
215
beans, barbati
0.170
4.56
195
246
216
lemon (no.)
1.304
2.44
180
195
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Jammu & Kashmir
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.349
8.14
299
390
-
136.83
962
1336
banana (no.)
4.836
18.32
437
556
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
222
watermelon
0.132
2.40
68
95
223
pineapple (no.)
0.006
0.25
5
10
224
coconut (no.)
0.003
0.04
1
1
225
green coconut (no.)
0.001
0.01
1
1
226
guava
0.041
0.89
46
24
227
singara
0.001
0.01
1
3
228
orange, mausami (no.)
2.202
9.43
208
262
230
papaya
0.037
0.96
29
36
231
mango
0.169
7.78
139
167
232
kharbooza
0.051
1.03
32
42
233
pears/nashpati
0.040
1.57
33
37
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.012
0.77
11
12
236
apple
0.362
13.35
278
373
237
grapes
0.042
2.85
59
70
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.75
26
27
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
62.42
786
1021
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.29
18
24
241
groundnut
0.029
2.28
74
70
242
dates
0.018
1.95
56
74
243
cashewnut
0.003
1.92
36
36
244
walnut
0.009
1.20
24
24
245
other nuts
0.004
1.95
40
35
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.98
38
39
247
other dry fruits
0.005
1.48
33
47
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.075
12.07
192
230
250
ginger (gm)
26.867
1.99
270
312
251
garlic (gm)
72.630
5.45
733
1007
252
jeera (gm)
14.606
2.97
379
405
253
dhania (gm)
9.369
1.32
191
208
254
turmeric (gm)
89.570
20.64
953
1320
255
black pepper (gm)
2.985
0.76
63
60
256
dry chillies (gm)
93.578
21.34
933
1290
257
tamarind (gm)
7.777
0.67
69
72
258
curry powder (gm)
0.209
0.03
3
6
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.258
0.05
3
5
42.116
11.25
680
956
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Jammu & Kashmir
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
359.965
66.48
961
1334
2.204
11.07
299
357
144.801
43.49
952
1322
0.017
0.18
3
2
coffee: powder (gm)
0.130
0.11
8
10
274
mineral water (litre)
0.024
0.37
11
11
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.181
7.15
158
172
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.118
7.58
108
123
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.24
8
16
279
beverages: sub-total
-
70.19
976
1340
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.763
19.04
80
90
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.073
1.91
9
16
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.596
5.80
42
65
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
14.21
304
352
284
other served processed food
-
1.06
16
15
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
42.02
393
476
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
20.57
241
337
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
24.27
705
909
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
293
chips (gm)
294
0.041
6.85
224
231
21.244
6.20
206
230
pickles (gm)
9.167
0.95
39
52
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
3.157
0.63
25
25
296
other packaged food
-
0.72
22
27
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
60.19
792
1031
777
total: food group
-
1188.48
1000
1355
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jharkhand
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.370
1.18
51
74
102
rice – other sources
5.346
119.90
906
900
103
chira
0.133
3.00
351
385
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.13
28
26
105
muri
0.050
1.88
240
289
106
other rice products
0.001
0.06
3
7
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.025
0.39
5
8
108
wheat/atta – other sources
4.433
75.37
907
896
110
maida
0.113
2.17
321
304
111
suji, rawa
0.083
1.84
387
380
112
sewai, noodles
0.026
1.90
257
267
113
bread: bakery
0.055
2.17
260
280
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
2
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.017
0.35
31
42
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.005
0.20
11
10
129
cereal: sub-total
10.659
210.54
931
930
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
1
140
arhar, tur
0.281
17.96
744
734
141
gram: split
0.081
3.97
354
369
142
gram: whole
0.109
4.48
405
396
143
moong
0.049
3.17
258
246
144
masur
0.212
10.55
664
658
145
urd
0.010
0.48
43
60
146
peas
0.003
0.12
26
30
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
1
2
148
other pulses
0.005
0.17
12
27
150
gram products
0.034
2.21
208
197
151
besan
0.051
2.94
309
329
152
other pulse products
0.004
0.22
33
42
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.838
46.30
921
918
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.923
106.47
699
662
161
baby food
0.002
0.65
14
14
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.007
1.66
82
65
163
curd
0.018
1.14
72
98
164
ghee
0.013
4.45
123
130
165
butter
0.000
0.14
8
18
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jharkhand
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.57
58
62
167
other milk products
-
0.37
14
15
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
115.46
731
712
170
salt
0.258
3.08
930
929
171
sugar – PDS
0.004
0.14
6
13
172
sugar – other sources
0.549
18.71
894
887
173
gur
0.029
1.00
196
195
174
candy, misri
0.004
0.16
66
77
175
honey
0.002
0.47
14
18
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.846
23.56
931
932
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.008
0.61
25
37
181
mustard oil
0.499
42.75
915
913
182
groundnut oil
0.001
0.11
5
6
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.01
0
1
184
refined oil
0.186
15.91
481
432
185
edible oil: others
0.002
0.18
10
5
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.696
59.57
926
928
190
eggs (no.)
2.153
8.42
241
225
191
fish, prawn
0.149
15.88
147
171
192
goat meat/mutton
0.105
27.32
99
94
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.031
2.49
19
23
194
pork
0.007
0.67
6
8
195
chicken
0.290
26.53
233
215
0.000
0.04
0
1
-
81.34
560
556
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
3.214
31.96
928
927
201
onion
1.041
13.60
918
905
202
tomato
0.857
13.13
798
756
203
brinjal
0.365
6.23
426
419
204
radish
0.224
2.04
230
261
205
carrot
0.092
1.44
126
112
206
palak/other
0.581
6.50
445
457
207
green chillies
0.108
4.96
863
865
208
lady's finger
0.434
8.99
436
382
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.259
5.92
302
297
211
cauliflower
0.424
7.08
343
366
212
cabbage
0.380
5.27
351
349
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.342
4.60
275
273
214
peas
0.155
2.68
136
139
215
beans, barbati
0.210
4.49
259
227
216
lemon (no.)
0.994
2.22
271
281
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jharkhand
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.366
5.61
288
320
-
126.72
928
927
banana (no.)
2.756
4.83
220
232
jackfruit
0.001
0.01
1
4
watermelon
0.033
0.42
22
40
223
pineapple (no.)
0.008
0.20
7
5
224
coconut (no.)
0.074
1.05
64
40
225
green coconut (no.)
0.016
0.25
6
10
226
guava
0.023
0.50
28
47
227
singara
0.009
0.17
5
9
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.623
3.00
97
77
230
papaya
0.026
0.45
21
36
231
mango
0.400
16.52
199
176
232
kharbooza
0.031
0.26
7
7
233
pears/nashpati
0.004
0.20
5
10
234
berries
0.005
0.10
11
11
235
leechi
0.021
1.09
23
28
236
apple
0.185
14.83
243
231
237
grapes
0.038
2.51
84
71
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.47
28
19
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
47.86
599
583
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.30
17
31
241
groundnut
0.023
1.71
73
57
242
dates
0.001
0.10
3
8
243
cashewnut
0.010
4.34
81
97
244
walnut
0.000
0.11
4
4
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.017
3.49
130
145
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.47
18
22
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.056
10.52
205
218
250
ginger (gm)
62.304
3.66
789
745
251
garlic (gm)
81.879
5.18
868
853
252
jeera (gm)
31.210
6.25
887
849
253
dhania (gm)
29.856
3.70
700
734
254
turmeric (gm)
54.415
9.19
914
908
255
black pepper (gm)
19.221
5.99
654
654
256
dry chillies (gm)
26.387
3.32
648
635
257
tamarind (gm)
2.957
0.27
44
41
258
curry powder (gm)
6.345
1.39
134
146
260
oilseeds (gm)
14.966
1.44
375
340
261
other spices (gm)
20.841
4.15
450
446
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Jharkhand
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
350.380
44.55
928
927
270
tea: cups (no.)
5.730
18.75
451
379
271
tea: leaf (gm)
65.418
14.89
821
816
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.006
0.01
1
3
273
coffee: powder (gm)
1.022
1.01
32
28
274
mineral water (litre)
0.081
0.99
13
14
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.031
1.14
30
45
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.063
4.90
75
59
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.36
35
42
279
beverages: sub-total
-
44.06
904
893
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.140
33.90
109
94
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.136
2.90
16
19
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.066
7.29
89
137
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
33.13
758
746
284
other served processed food
-
1.94
128
118
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
79.16
830
829
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
18.62
355
367
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
16.27
748
715
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.088
9.99
513
507
293
chips (gm)
7.592
1.77
119
105
294
pickles (gm)
4.359
0.52
56
74
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
12.292
1.96
87
80
296
other packaged food
-
0.49
13
29
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
49.62
884
860
777
total: food group
-
939.26
1000
980
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Karnataka
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.312
4.45
327
889
102
rice – other sources
3.901
101.44
796
1745
103
chira
0.196
5.29
486
1161
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.06
7
15
105
muri
0.065
2.37
304
759
106
other rice products
0.023
0.51
29
72
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.224
0.77
303
823
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.961
22.53
656
1381
110
maida
0.121
2.90
365
761
111
suji, rawa
0.316
7.97
704
1557
112
sewai, noodles
0.025
1.96
138
280
113
bread: bakery
0.092
4.60
409
814
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.13
8
18
115
jowar & its products
0.690
19.06
295
748
116
bajra & its products
0.013
0.16
7
21
117
maize & its products
0.002
0.02
4
8
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
1
2
120
small millets & its products
0.002
0.03
2
3
121
ragi & its products
0.822
10.96
439
913
122
other cereals
0.009
0.22
12
41
129
cereal: sub-total
8.778
185.45
889
1931
139
cereal substitutes
0.002
0.06
8
16
140
arhar, tur
0.387
25.80
854
1905
141
gram: split
0.106
5.57
640
1362
142
gram: whole
0.058
2.98
369
776
143
moong
0.109
7.47
612
1350
144
masur
0.020
1.08
90
234
145
urd
0.129
9.55
682
1463
146
peas
0.037
1.55
294
579
147
khesari
0.001
0.03
4
14
148
other pulses
0.102
5.05
458
1002
150
gram products
0.007
0.38
62
171
151
besan
0.049
2.41
373
792
152
other pulse products
0.013
0.62
80
195
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.018
62.48
857
1916
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.731
116.79
854
1884
161
baby food
0.005
1.26
26
50
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.22
6
23
163
curd
0.165
4.58
231
488
164
ghee
0.019
5.54
187
373
165
butter
0.007
1.68
57
109
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Karnataka
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.79
79
171
167
other milk products
-
0.53
15
30
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
132.37
867
1910
170
salt
0.250
2.68
853
1911
171
sugar – PDS
0.078
1.16
267
689
172
sugar – other sources
0.616
19.20
842
1868
173
gur
0.091
3.01
414
991
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.04
9
19
175
honey
0.002
0.66
50
107
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.038
26.75
864
1924
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.004
0.30
17
59
181
mustard oil
0.002
0.17
1
4
182
groundnut oil
0.122
10.41
130
303
183
coconut oil
0.011
1.27
30
88
184
refined oil
0.586
47.70
642
1338
185
edible oil: others
0.092
6.18
87
269
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.817
66.02
859
1920
190
eggs (no.)
3.416
10.88
377
793
191
fish, prawn
0.117
10.12
81
203
192
goat meat/mutton
0.119
34.97
120
283
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.043
4.43
38
100
194
pork
0.012
1.39
9
17
195
chicken
0.433
48.27
361
689
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.11
2
9
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
110.17
548
1152
200
potato
0.439
7.10
621
1482
201
onion
0.981
13.19
856
1915
202
tomato
0.927
13.81
857
1912
203
brinjal
0.292
5.88
532
1228
204
radish
0.170
2.94
339
725
205
carrot
0.216
5.78
447
951
206
palak/other
0.629
13.26
712
1618
207
green chillies
0.186
5.19
825
1842
208
lady's finger
0.185
4.86
403
818
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.038
0.72
55
101
211
cauliflower
0.081
1.80
129
323
212
cabbage
0.238
3.77
371
802
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.080
1.62
131
323
214
peas
0.035
1.45
71
159
215
beans, barbati
0.251
7.35
455
997
216
lemon (no.)
2.435
4.86
673
1473
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Karnataka
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.374
8.49
467
981
-
102.13
859
1921
banana (no.)
9.186
20.96
784
1558
jackfruit
0.017
0.32
9
17
222
watermelon
0.098
1.68
52
89
223
pineapple (no.)
0.047
0.62
29
67
224
coconut (no.)
1.762
17.80
717
1551
225
green coconut (no.)
0.389
5.16
147
289
226
guava
0.022
0.61
34
54
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
1
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.036
5.98
157
291
230
papaya
0.052
1.00
42
99
231
mango
0.200
7.62
135
309
232
kharbooza
0.007
0.14
5
10
233
pears/nashpati
0.004
0.45
4
5
234
berries
0.001
0.01
1
2
235
leechi
0.002
0.05
2
2
236
apple
0.217
25.07
257
505
237
grapes
0.118
7.79
182
335
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.05
92
165
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
98.28
946
1946
240
coconut: copra
0.057
4.94
259
568
241
groundnut
0.142
10.64
621
1309
242
dates
0.015
1.60
53
105
243
cashewnut
0.009
4.14
131
261
244
walnut
0.001
0.43
10
11
245
other nuts
0.005
0.92
20
42
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.009
2.57
128
263
247
other dry fruits
0.003
0.96
25
44
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.240
26.20
696
1464
250
ginger (gm)
58.608
3.37
706
1535
251
garlic (gm)
95.921
6.86
835
1881
252
jeera (gm)
34.464
7.42
826
1833
253
dhania (gm)
75.719
7.08
716
1545
254
turmeric (gm)
34.899
6.96
820
1827
255
black pepper (gm)
18.770
5.84
532
1127
256
dry chillies (gm)
110.438
12.85
850
1898
257
tamarind (gm)
65.924
6.10
789
1736
258
curry powder (gm)
50.573
9.04
601
1282
260
oilseeds (gm)
34.625
3.09
777
1697
261
other spices (gm)
24.507
4.50
525
1135
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Karnataka
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
604.447
73.10
858
1919
6.160
27.60
590
1247
102.816
21.48
731
1640
1.005
7.23
105
160
coffee: powder (gm)
28.548
7.59
276
600
274
mineral water (litre)
0.383
1.14
29
55
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.061
2.56
67
109
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.061
3.42
71
118
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
6.72
109
203
279
beverages: sub-total
-
77.75
972
2013
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
3.238
113.49
386
626
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.394
12.07
51
67
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.572
14.27
130
294
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
43.46
572
1115
284
other served processed food
-
3.46
63
136
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
186.75
784
1530
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
15.89
260
494
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
26.92
675
1330
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.089
11.18
405
798
293
chips (gm)
20.181
3.31
139
242
294
pickles (gm)
20.828
2.50
188
432
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
10.902
1.78
64
71
296
other packaged food
-
3.55
75
166
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
65.11
871
1728
777
total: food group
-
1212.63
1000
2048
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Kerala
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.021
7.18
605
1163
102
rice – other sources
4.719
108.96
866
1641
103
chira
0.030
1.04
120
217
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
1
105
muri
0.002
0.07
9
20
106
other rice products
0.205
6.27
236
406
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.346
2.18
432
834
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.528
13.81
577
1079
110
maida
0.092
2.21
258
508
111
suji, rawa
0.132
3.48
447
833
112
sewai, noodles
0.024
2.19
162
296
113
bread: bakery
0.110
5.00
434
825
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.26
12
21
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.001
0.07
5
8
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
1
5
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.005
0.14
22
34
122
other cereals
0.024
2.74
109
204
129
cereal: sub-total
8.241
155.60
932
1770
139
cereal substitutes
0.338
5.02
423
764
140
arhar, tur
0.152
9.59
816
1557
141
gram: split
0.008
0.41
42
74
142
gram: whole
0.158
7.92
716
1344
143
moong
0.143
9.72
670
1289
144
masur
0.005
0.27
31
77
145
urd
0.180
12.46
737
1409
146
peas
0.055
2.29
307
566
147
khesari
0.002
0.10
12
29
148
other pulses
0.055
2.50
262
467
150
gram products
0.003
0.14
18
38
151
besan
0.005
0.26
30
50
152
other pulse products
0.019
2.08
192
372
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.785
47.75
907
1729
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.562
97.46
764
1468
161
baby food
0.007
1.52
31
54
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.022
5.08
155
325
163
curd
0.101
3.16
249
489
164
ghee
0.010
3.05
183
369
165
butter
0.001
0.15
16
30
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Kerala
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
2.25
114
202
167
other milk products
-
0.31
20
41
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
112.98
870
1671
170
salt
0.243
2.29
895
1718
171
sugar – PDS
0.077
1.19
174
347
172
sugar – other sources
0.717
22.35
884
1673
173
gur
0.055
2.03
293
554
174
candy, misri
0.004
0.21
34
62
175
honey
0.001
0.39
30
55
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.096
28.46
921
1763
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.012
1.11
24
47
181
mustard oil
0.001
0.10
4
4
182
groundnut oil
0.002
0.24
6
10
183
coconut oil
0.462
43.56
847
1616
184
refined oil
0.056
4.66
137
272
185
edible oil: others
0.074
5.69
190
380
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.607
55.36
917
1752
190
eggs (no.)
5.042
16.72
554
1065
191
fish, prawn
2.103
147.85
794
1532
192
goat meat/mutton
0.020
6.29
16
36
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.134
19.91
106
213
194
pork
0.004
0.61
4
8
195
chicken
0.435
43.30
235
481
0.006
0.61
4
8
-
235.29
847
1618
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.436
8.16
720
1364
201
onion
0.917
16.30
906
1728
202
tomato
0.565
10.80
846
1619
203
brinjal
0.107
2.26
293
567
204
radish
0.005
0.12
9
12
205
carrot
0.241
7.12
532
1023
206
palak/other
0.190
4.51
493
946
207
green chillies
0.146
5.13
874
1673
208
lady's finger
0.255
5.99
620
1169
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.066
1.71
123
228
211
cauliflower
0.033
0.97
45
96
212
cabbage
0.239
4.70
396
749
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.206
3.61
356
708
214
peas
0.119
3.83
219
403
215
beans, barbati
0.264
8.16
456
900
216
lemon (no.)
1.049
2.23
170
327
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Kerala
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.797
16.90
696
1330
-
102.52
919
1752
10.338
31.62
658
1241
0.132
1.23
42
70
watermelon
0.140
2.09
52
98
223
pineapple (no.)
0.076
1.08
28
64
224
coconut (no.)
5.180
47.90
858
1658
225
green coconut (no.)
0.218
2.24
43
73
226
guava
0.017
0.42
22
48
227
singara
0.010
0.09
2
2
228
orange, mausami (no.)
2.169
11.69
214
406
230
papaya
0.066
1.07
40
75
231
mango
0.136
5.55
96
183
232
kharbooza
0.002
0.05
2
2
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.02
0
1
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.03
0
2
236
apple
0.167
17.36
164
337
237
grapes
0.142
7.81
148
304
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.75
68
117
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
134.01
944
1793
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.02
1
1
241
groundnut
0.018
1.85
92
171
242
dates
0.022
3.50
88
169
243
cashewnut
0.012
5.05
99
220
244
walnut
0.001
0.70
5
9
245
other nuts
0.001
0.37
7
13
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.004
1.02
51
117
247
other dry fruits
0.002
1.04
21
45
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.061
13.55
239
472
250
ginger (gm)
74.635
3.88
823
1583
251
garlic (gm)
66.372
5.80
888
1685
252
jeera (gm)
21.597
4.34
699
1326
253
dhania (gm)
95.270
7.73
800
1559
254
turmeric (gm)
35.392
5.22
911
1736
255
black pepper (gm)
18.611
6.07
569
1084
256
dry chillies (gm)
158.966
17.55
901
1734
257
tamarind (gm)
93.994
9.75
868
1685
258
curry powder (gm)
36.574
6.32
483
925
260
oilseeds (gm)
37.676
2.58
887
1696
261
other spices (gm)
71.605
6.73
650
1227
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Kerala
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
710.691
75.95
918
1754
6.179
31.28
540
924
118.002
22.05
892
1700
0.110
0.64
18
30
coffee: powder (gm)
13.555
3.22
196
373
274
mineral water (litre)
0.285
0.71
13
30
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.028
1.57
31
63
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.052
3.23
59
123
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
4.67
89
172
279
beverages: sub-total
-
67.38
976
1825
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
3.471
106.36
380
629
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.670
16.16
61
101
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.848
10.18
85
159
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
20.07
324
616
284
other served processed food
-
6.89
73
131
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
159.67
635
1138
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
13.80
222
424
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
23.30
586
1091
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
863
293
chips (gm)
294
0.125
15.13
458
47.389
7.85
191
324
pickles (gm)
9.584
1.43
81
172
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
4.483
0.85
38
67
296
other packaged food
-
4.33
107
194
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
66.69
830
1560
777
total: food group
-
1260.23
1000
1852
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Madhya Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.229
1.20
176
366
102
rice – other sources
1.647
35.89
860
1740
103
chira
0.157
4.65
496
921
104
khoi, lawa
0.009
0.44
45
67
105
muri
0.002
0.05
18
28
106
other rice products
0.008
0.15
18
43
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
1.118
4.54
234
472
108
wheat/atta – other sources
6.732
87.25
906
1810
110
maida
0.049
1.04
209
388
111
suji, rawa
0.066
1.53
332
651
112
sewai, noodles
0.017
1.01
113
191
113
bread: bakery
0.055
2.17
243
392
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.06
9
11
115
jowar & its products
0.006
0.10
4
11
116
bajra & its products
0.042
0.42
21
23
117
maize & its products
0.040
0.51
43
80
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.12
4
6
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.009
0.32
26
53
129
cereal: sub-total
10.190
141.44
972
1945
139
cereal substitutes
0.066
2.26
231
421
140
arhar, tur
0.456
28.59
938
1863
141
gram: split
0.089
3.93
381
715
142
gram: whole
0.015
0.64
76
147
143
moong
0.139
8.70
644
1218
144
masur
0.045
2.29
234
462
145
urd
0.043
2.49
245
487
146
peas
0.005
0.19
26
69
147
khesari
0.002
0.07
7
16
148
other pulses
0.007
0.26
21
40
150
gram products
0.000
0.02
2
8
151
besan
0.117
5.36
587
1121
152
other pulse products
0.010
0.52
36
59
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.929
53.06
967
1937
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.106
139.03
925
1824
161
baby food
0.006
0.73
19
29
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.24
6
19
163
curd
0.022
1.11
73
149
164
ghee
0.071
24.11
416
796
165
butter
0.001
0.36
16
24
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Madhya Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.01
40
78
167
other milk products
-
0.56
47
107
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
167.14
940
1856
170
salt
0.243
2.59
965
1933
171
sugar – PDS
0.080
1.27
193
397
172
sugar – other sources
0.885
27.79
937
1848
173
gur
0.034
1.08
143
317
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.08
26
42
175
honey
0.001
0.27
17
26
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.244
33.08
976
1953
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.024
1.69
68
130
181
mustard oil
0.126
9.73
221
493
182
groundnut oil
0.010
0.95
15
47
183
coconut oil
0.001
0.09
3
7
184
refined oil
0.678
49.95
795
1540
185
edible oil: others
0.009
0.60
10
23
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.847
63.02
969
1939
190
eggs (no.)
1.621
6.48
204
381
191
fish, prawn
0.043
3.95
58
121
192
goat meat/mutton
0.072
15.46
81
144
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.021
1.86
15
21
194
pork
0.002
0.18
3
4
195
chicken
0.096
12.37
122
246
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
40.30
337
642
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.425
14.50
949
1902
201
onion
0.922
10.28
951
1893
202
tomato
0.856
14.06
915
1844
203
brinjal
0.339
5.27
484
1034
204
radish
0.124
1.56
166
349
205
carrot
0.068
1.00
93
149
206
palak/other
0.444
6.68
485
1022
207
green chillies
0.190
5.71
867
1738
208
lady's finger
0.216
5.53
317
623
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.038
0.95
64
113
211
cauliflower
0.299
5.10
375
767
212
cabbage
0.165
2.70
232
448
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.264
4.03
312
625
214
peas
0.195
3.17
202
403
215
beans, barbati
0.068
1.44
114
251
216
lemon (no.)
1.402
1.97
271
504
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Madhya Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.379
7.65
439
882
-
91.63
969
1941
banana (no.)
4.536
7.29
349
700
jackfruit
0.003
0.06
6
11
watermelon
0.109
1.29
54
109
223
pineapple (no.)
0.017
0.35
7
9
224
coconut (no.)
0.285
2.73
172
354
225
green coconut (no.)
0.021
0.32
8
12
226
guava
0.083
1.46
88
173
227
singara
0.021
0.60
29
58
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.560
1.60
57
94
230
papaya
0.178
3.29
151
268
231
mango
0.213
6.30
154
342
232
kharbooza
0.019
0.27
12
40
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.05
2
8
234
berries
0.001
0.02
2
7
235
leechi
0.001
0.08
2
5
236
apple
0.133
11.80
167
308
237
grapes
0.095
4.44
132
248
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.93
49
78
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
43.88
769
1501
240
coconut: copra
0.013
0.91
62
120
241
groundnut
0.056
3.87
246
498
242
dates
0.008
0.85
28
55
243
cashewnut
0.007
3.54
66
135
244
walnut
0.001
0.22
5
8
245
other nuts
0.002
0.85
19
37
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.011
2.52
95
192
247
other dry fruits
0.004
1.74
34
87
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.102
14.51
340
700
250
ginger (gm)
77.730
4.08
716
1431
251
garlic (gm)
73.613
5.65
850
1702
252
jeera (gm)
34.178
6.51
910
1832
253
dhania (gm)
96.721
9.30
941
1890
254
turmeric (gm)
45.553
7.58
950
1894
255
black pepper (gm)
2.678
0.90
109
238
256
dry chillies (gm)
98.970
12.27
909
1781
257
tamarind (gm)
1.018
0.12
18
40
258
curry powder (gm)
8.523
2.00
185
378
260
oilseeds (gm)
14.691
1.23
346
669
261
other spices (gm)
31.479
7.75
614
1273
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Madhya Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
485.155
57.45
969
1941
4.492
18.81
400
824
109.531
22.38
944
1888
0.082
0.67
10
12
1.094
0.40
19
40
274
mineral water (litre)
0.014
0.18
6
9
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.024
1.14
26
46
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.038
2.11
57
93
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.20
38
66
279
beverages: sub-total
-
46.90
975
1938
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.677
28.38
64
91
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.078
1.66
9
12
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.243
9.94
109
199
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
24.16
482
962
284
other served processed food
-
1.01
37
76
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
65.15
590
1146
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
17.43
199
390
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
15.93
674
1302
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.107
11.62
425
819
293
chips (gm)
5.184
1.02
48
95
294
pickles (gm)
7.470
0.97
62
116
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
4.312
0.82
31
45
296
other packaged food
-
0.82
29
63
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
48.59
824
1586
777
total: food group
-
868.42
1000
1981
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Maharashtra
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.198
1.44
96
536
102
rice – other sources
2.747
70.43
868
3551
103
chira
0.212
6.93
651
2709
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.08
8
40
105
muri
0.022
0.95
96
462
106
other rice products
0.012
0.32
10
51
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.326
2.61
100
565
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.819
71.81
855
3517
110
maida
0.026
0.70
101
510
111
suji, rawa
0.119
3.04
488
2114
112
sewai, noodles
0.026
2.24
173
680
113
bread: bakery
0.177
7.54
486
1915
114
other wheat products
0.009
0.19
4
21
115
jowar & its products
0.490
12.67
273
1322
116
bajra & its products
0.174
2.71
128
522
117
maize & its products
0.003
0.09
6
16
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
1
4
120
small millets & its products
0.005
0.27
24
122
121
ragi & its products
0.003
0.05
3
21
122
other cereals
0.006
0.21
10
36
129
cereal: sub-total
8.378
184.27
914
3808
139
cereal substitutes
0.099
5.60
464
2020
140
arhar, tur
0.412
29.36
897
3719
141
gram: split
0.098
4.59
438
1948
142
gram: whole
0.038
1.82
220
833
143
moong
0.151
10.84
720
3000
144
masur
0.081
4.88
448
1868
145
urd
0.046
3.16
302
1279
146
peas
0.022
1.01
163
633
147
khesari
0.002
0.05
7
49
148
other pulses
0.041
2.31
216
841
150
gram products
0.001
0.08
8
38
151
besan
0.099
5.32
558
2261
152
other pulse products
0.017
1.08
91
439
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.009
64.50
910
3797
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.953
160.68
894
3708
161
baby food
0.004
0.89
20
85
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.18
7
22
163
curd
0.059
2.55
225
989
164
ghee
0.039
12.74
246
1018
165
butter
0.003
0.82
41
146
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Maharashtra
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
2.38
78
295
167
other milk products
-
1.94
68
280
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
182.18
910
3763
170
salt
0.217
2.82
909
3787
171
sugar – PDS
0.017
0.38
25
173
172
sugar – other sources
0.917
29.35
898
3728
173
gur
0.045
1.77
243
1060
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.01
3
12
175
honey
0.001
0.43
23
98
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.197
34.77
920
3826
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.009
0.73
37
215
181
mustard oil
0.058
5.04
73
173
182
groundnut oil
0.188
16.54
171
589
183
coconut oil
0.005
0.50
8
27
184
refined oil
0.728
61.33
643
2887
185
edible oil: others
0.046
3.32
44
216
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.032
87.45
911
3801
190
eggs (no.)
3.409
12.06
371
1496
191
fish, prawn
0.175
23.63
188
612
192
goat meat/mutton
0.107
30.33
140
615
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.080
7.19
52
304
194
pork
0.004
0.32
2
9
195
chicken
0.270
32.55
312
1152
0.002
0.26
2
8
-
106.35
551
2211
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.887
11.73
884
3654
201
onion
0.970
13.07
898
3733
202
tomato
0.723
12.61
873
3614
203
brinjal
0.351
8.45
632
2679
204
radish
0.048
1.13
103
398
205
carrot
0.092
2.28
157
606
206
palak/other
0.745
18.08
795
3325
207
green chillies
0.200
6.61
843
3504
208
lady's finger
0.309
11.37
562
2213
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.079
2.78
162
539
211
cauliflower
0.394
11.98
663
2703
212
cabbage
0.319
7.29
555
2278
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.113
2.62
176
669
214
peas
0.129
4.32
214
772
215
beans, barbati
0.157
5.13
324
1238
216
lemon (no.)
2.366
3.60
527
2214
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Maharashtra
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.472
13.68
570
2374
-
136.77
910
3795
banana (no.)
8.588
19.25
628
2450
jackfruit
0.001
0.03
1
9
222
watermelon
0.088
1.88
46
218
223
pineapple (no.)
0.023
0.53
15
76
224
coconut (no.)
0.406
5.24
201
771
225
green coconut (no.)
0.213
3.85
92
357
226
guava
0.048
1.21
70
249
227
singara
0.003
0.10
5
30
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.988
3.77
116
417
230
papaya
0.086
1.95
78
326
231
mango
0.187
10.65
141
644
232
kharbooza
0.015
0.37
9
49
233
pears/nashpati
0.003
0.21
6
27
234
berries
0.003
0.06
5
27
235
leechi
0.001
0.13
2
11
236
apple
0.271
29.50
351
1420
237
grapes
0.098
5.68
139
615
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.96
94
399
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
88.34
863
3479
240
coconut: copra
0.095
9.88
552
2371
241
groundnut
0.256
19.57
689
3045
242
dates
0.019
1.89
64
331
243
cashewnut
0.011
5.49
99
447
244
walnut
0.002
0.96
20
119
245
other nuts
0.002
1.00
20
73
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.013
4.08
101
446
247
other dry fruits
0.008
3.98
58
251
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.406
46.85
770
3326
250
ginger (gm)
72.512
4.87
832
3474
251
garlic (gm)
105.071
8.84
879
3663
252
jeera (gm)
32.760
6.59
805
3441
253
dhania (gm)
35.595
4.28
559
2449
254
turmeric (gm)
39.493
8.33
850
3562
255
black pepper (gm)
5.468
1.65
191
749
256
dry chillies (gm)
73.705
10.30
724
3159
257
tamarind (gm)
3.514
0.39
80
367
258
curry powder (gm)
43.643
10.42
573
2314
260
oilseeds (gm)
23.963
2.30
522
2241
261
other spices (gm)
50.138
12.08
661
2654
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Maharashtra
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
485.861
70.12
911
3797
7.145
38.82
610
2382
114.548
28.77
887
3732
0.207
1.94
28
65
coffee: powder (gm)
1.827
1.20
38
165
274
mineral water (litre)
0.121
0.77
17
89
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.051
2.23
50
171
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.045
2.61
40
170
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
3.09
60
214
279
beverages: sub-total
-
79.41
970
3948
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.892
102.79
169
515
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.149
7.00
15
51
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.101
12.48
91
435
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
52.31
662
2472
284
other served processed food
-
2.31
52
167
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
176.89
767
2894
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
12.39
159
720
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
29.10
786
3074
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.086
10.78
326
1192
293
chips (gm)
15.665
2.95
125
526
294
pickles (gm)
12.201
1.96
147
584
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
8.463
1.67
66
229
296
other packaged food
-
3.02
83
246
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
61.87
870
3433
777
total: food group
-
1325.36
1000
4012
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Manipur
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
101
rice – P.D.S.
102
rice – other sources
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
in sample
households
(5)
(6)
0.163
1.67
38
44
12.895
259.57
994
1175
103
chira
0.000
0.01
0
1
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.010
0.20
1
1
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
1
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.000
0.01
1
1
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.037
0.83
57
79
110
maida
0.002
0.05
7
14
111
suji, rawa
0.004
0.11
14
15
112
sewai, noodles
0.014
1.32
130
153
113
bread: bakery
0.136
5.67
337
406
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.04
3
3
115
jowar & its products
0.001
0.01
2
2
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.02
3
5
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.016
0.34
1
1
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.002
0.10
8
8
129
cereal: sub-total
13.282
269.96
998
1182
139
cereal substitutes
0.006
0.31
24
28
140
arhar, tur
0.025
1.90
244
334
141
gram: split
0.041
1.85
221
233
142
gram: whole
0.023
0.93
136
139
143
moong
0.025
1.91
219
253
144
masur
0.071
4.79
552
644
145
urd
0.018
1.28
188
221
146
peas
0.080
2.92
474
538
147
khesari
0.001
0.04
6
8
148
other pulses
0.047
2.03
245
280
150
gram products
0.001
0.05
5
8
151
besan
0.053
2.35
466
544
152
other pulse products
0.027
1.16
223
271
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.412
21.20
998
1182
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.405
10.53
194
225
161
baby food
0.008
1.96
34
48
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.062
17.31
470
598
163
curd
0.000
0.00
0
0
164
ghee
0.001
0.16
7
15
165
butter
0.000
0.01
2
4
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Manipur
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
in sample
households
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.17
20
23
167
other milk products
-
0.06
5
9
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
30.20
619
779
170
salt
0.253
3.21
997
1181
171
sugar – PDS
0.008
0.17
35
35
172
sugar – other sources
0.203
7.87
817
1000
173
gur
0.000
0.02
2
3
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.000
0.02
2
1
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.466
11.30
998
1182
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.002
0.23
8
11
181
mustard oil
0.364
38.64
968
1140
182
groundnut oil
0.003
0.36
6
6
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.006
0.80
17
25
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.06
2
3
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.377
40.10
998
1180
190
eggs (no.)
1.456
8.53
259
293
191
fish, prawn
0.570
85.59
813
936
192
goat meat/mutton
0.001
0.25
3
4
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.031
5.73
48
49
194
pork
0.034
5.62
54
50
195
chicken
0.099
15.14
143
145
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.119
23.53
629
721
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
144.38
974
1141
200
potato
0.951
18.23
948
1130
201
onion
0.289
8.16
824
989
202
tomato
0.167
5.28
345
420
203
brinjal
0.165
4.66
210
243
204
radish
0.003
0.06
4
6
205
carrot
0.014
0.32
21
25
206
palak/other
0.986
24.11
773
904
207
green chillies
0.066
3.30
359
395
208
lady's finger
0.052
1.15
79
109
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.001
0.01
1
2
211
cauliflower
0.139
3.41
119
139
212
cabbage
0.375
6.55
335
383
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.142
2.45
123
134
214
peas
0.073
3.50
149
175
215
beans, barbati
0.135
3.83
255
273
216
lemon (no.)
0.107
0.18
34
37
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Manipur
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
in sample
households
(5)
(6)
0.748
19.10
769
929
-
104.30
997
1181
banana (no.)
3.110
5.81
219
260
jackfruit
0.022
0.09
3
5
222
watermelon
0.022
0.67
21
21
223
pineapple (no.)
0.052
0.50
26
42
224
coconut (no.)
0.003
0.01
1
2
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.075
1.09
76
84
227
singara
0.005
0.05
2
3
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.234
1.29
58
68
230
papaya
0.005
0.08
5
7
231
mango
0.014
0.94
21
29
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.001
0.09
3
4
236
apple
0.029
3.49
58
72
237
grapes
0.004
0.67
15
22
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.21
249
281
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
17.98
559
652
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.010
0.89
37
44
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
244
walnut
0.001
0.05
2
1
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.41
3
2
247
other dry fruits
0.016
1.87
152
189
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.029
3.22
192
234
250
ginger (gm)
111.482
4.06
736
895
251
garlic (gm)
65.554
5.90
723
833
252
jeera (gm)
10.347
2.06
390
443
253
dhania (gm)
20.341
1.93
225
245
254
turmeric (gm)
41.391
5.49
862
1006
255
black pepper (gm)
1.276
0.20
16
20
256
dry chillies (gm)
71.475
11.76
898
1047
257
tamarind (gm)
1.434
0.27
22
27
258
curry powder (gm)
5.270
1.19
244
259
260
oilseeds (gm)
0.332
0.04
6
7
261
other spices (gm)
29.485
4.53
593
745
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Manipur
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
in sample
households
(5)
(6)
358.386
37.46
998
1181
tea: cups (no.)
5.834
27.24
632
729
271
tea: leaf (gm)
45.359
8.18
778
935
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.014
0.15
6
5
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.021
0.35
19
24
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.007
0.26
10
9
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.021
1.90
71
71
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.69
61
68
279
beverages: sub-total
-
38.78
916
1079
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.246
9.36
54
57
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.024
0.71
6
4
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.295
2.28
53
51
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
15.58
418
433
284
other served processed food
-
0.53
22
26
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
28.45
484
505
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
4.88
249
286
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
14.40
683
776
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.024
2.38
130
164
293
chips (gm)
7.330
2.11
151
166
294
pickles (gm)
1.055
0.27
12
18
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.263
0.04
1
3
296
other packaged food
-
5.95
273
318
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
30.00
807
935
777
total: food group
-
777.64
1000
1184
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Meghalaya
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.185
11.89
317
126
102
rice – other sources
7.796
165.39
945
389
103
chira
0.018
0.75
70
36
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.01
1
2
105
muri
0.010
0.38
49
32
106
other rice products
0.005
0.11
16
10
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.032
0.65
21
6
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.424
8.62
422
179
110
maida
0.137
2.84
281
91
111
suji, rawa
0.035
0.79
162
60
112
sewai, noodles
0.024
1.52
172
69
113
bread: bakery
0.287
11.92
606
271
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.05
6
1
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.011
0.28
29
18
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
122
other cereals
0.003
0.10
12
3
129
cereal: sub-total
9.968
205.32
951
392
139
cereal substitutes
0.036
0.49
79
43
140
arhar, tur
0.032
2.04
150
43
141
gram: split
0.013
0.62
79
33
142
gram: whole
0.005
0.23
30
18
143
moong
0.098
6.23
348
128
144
masur
0.314
17.11
867
357
145
urd
0.000
0.01
1
1
146
peas
0.012
0.46
69
16
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
1
2
148
other pulses
0.001
0.06
8
5
150
gram products
0.001
0.07
15
4
151
besan
0.008
0.36
83
45
152
other pulse products
0.041
1.99
247
68
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.526
29.20
904
372
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.598
45.21
568
209
161
baby food
0.006
1.72
42
16
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.104
20.98
504
187
163
curd
0.001
0.11
13
5
164
ghee
0.001
0.34
12
7
165
butter
0.018
5.03
399
154
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Meghalaya
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.54
47
20
167
other milk products
-
0.45
45
20
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
74.39
841
326
170
salt
0.217
2.75
946
389
171
sugar – PDS
0.143
2.32
296
122
172
sugar – other sources
0.399
14.12
791
339
173
gur
0.001
0.05
24
12
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.002
0.72
23
10
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.763
19.97
951
392
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.008
0.68
24
16
181
mustard oil
0.373
33.57
825
341
182
groundnut oil
0.002
0.14
4
2
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
1
184
refined oil
0.104
9.98
300
106
185
edible oil: others
0.013
0.83
165
101
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.499
45.19
951
392
190
eggs (no.)
3.961
16.74
593
204
191
fish, prawn
0.517
73.45
643
263
192
goat meat/mutton
0.019
4.94
32
17
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.278
43.49
380
170
194
pork
0.253
44.35
386
158
195
chicken
0.191
30.52
264
105
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.014
1.33
30
16
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
214.79
907
376
200
potato
1.598
22.69
948
390
201
onion
0.452
10.32
933
387
202
tomato
0.509
14.95
775
305
203
brinjal
0.218
4.85
292
133
204
radish
0.090
1.36
100
38
205
carrot
0.100
3.05
227
91
206
palak/other
0.850
18.38
824
341
207
green chillies
0.130
9.08
825
339
208
lady's finger
0.072
2.47
156
55
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.021
0.75
86
41
211
cauliflower
0.211
4.79
234
107
212
cabbage
0.625
10.53
503
195
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.396
7.90
374
161
214
peas
0.026
1.24
62
24
215
beans, barbati
0.207
8.16
434
143
216
lemon (no.)
0.551
2.36
245
96
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Meghalaya
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.758
15.12
716
300
-
138.01
951
392
banana (no.)
2.788
10.78
373
118
jackfruit
0.057
0.69
33
12
222
watermelon
0.007
0.15
7
2
223
pineapple (no.)
0.219
3.89
159
49
224
coconut (no.)
0.042
0.32
21
12
3
225
green coconut (no.)
0.002
0.03
1
226
guava
0.006
0.20
10
6
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.469
6.74
231
98
230
papaya
0.043
1.79
48
13
231
mango
0.100
6.77
158
40
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.013
0.31
11
6
3
234
berries
0.003
0.08
5
235
leechi
0.012
0.55
15
9
236
apple
0.076
11.09
150
50
237
grapes
0.013
1.38
35
11
238
other fresh fruits
-
8.52
361
135
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
53.26
847
318
240
coconut: copra
0.008
0.23
10
2
241
groundnut
0.002
0.11
6
3
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.005
1.78
25
11
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.001
0.09
6
3
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.66
26
6
247
other dry fruits
0.006
0.62
22
7
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.024
3.48
95
31
250
ginger (gm)
103.187
7.41
935
384
251
garlic (gm)
79.940
10.49
946
387
252
jeera (gm)
6.196
1.19
183
89
253
dhania (gm)
20.998
1.92
369
127
254
turmeric (gm)
32.432
4.89
858
369
255
black pepper (gm)
4.487
1.08
200
109
256
dry chillies (gm)
10.265
1.73
187
92
257
tamarind (gm)
0.038
0.00
2
1
258
curry powder (gm)
8.372
2.12
290
120
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.025
0.00
1
2
21.472
3.51
428
206
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Meghalaya
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
287.412
34.42
951
392
7.986
32.09
819
332
123.130
28.24
940
388
0.080
0.77
22
8
coffee: powder (gm)
0.715
0.46
8
4
274
mineral water (litre)
0.021
0.43
19
11
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.024
1.09
31
11
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.084
4.97
143
45
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.17
56
16
279
beverages: sub-total
-
69.22
998
403
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.412
45.18
337
123
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.068
2.23
10
8
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.264
4.72
52
35
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
22.35
469
209
284
other served processed food
-
4.31
193
77
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
78.78
699
302
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
12.95
405
139
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
27.26
856
339
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.025
4.02
179
76
293
chips (gm)
37.239
6.97
373
122
294
pickles (gm)
16.587
2.87
177
59
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
3.905
0.81
42
13
296
other packaged food
-
4.05
182
97
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
58.88
939
371
777
total: food group
-
1025.40
1000
404
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Mizoram
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
4.738
42.25
857
769
102
rice – other sources
6.738
158.52
931
835
103
chira
0.000
0.00
0
0
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
1
1
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
1
1
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.081
0.91
125
110
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.215
3.60
69
74
110
maida
0.017
0.36
11
11
111
suji, rawa
0.022
0.77
53
50
112
sewai, noodles
0.028
1.62
97
78
113
bread: bakery
0.201
11.10
374
363
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.01
0
2
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.017
0.38
29
24
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
12.056
219.53
1000
896
139
cereal substitutes
0.013
0.44
39
38
140
arhar, tur
0.000
0.00
0
0
141
gram: split
0.011
0.46
31
27
142
gram: whole
0.033
1.13
114
105
143
moong
0.005
0.37
10
8
144
masur
0.514
36.06
946
854
145
urd
0.003
0.21
6
4
146
peas
0.001
0.10
6
4
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.035
1.62
97
96
150
gram products
0.003
0.12
12
13
151
besan
0.001
0.04
4
4
152
other pulse products
0.005
0.19
19
22
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.611
40.31
981
880
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.105
76.32
621
533
161
baby food
0.006
1.39
19
20
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.067
16.25
412
374
163
curd
0.000
0.00
0
0
164
ghee
0.004
0.88
34
34
165
butter
0.011
2.66
119
118
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Mizoram
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.78
67
57
167
other milk products
-
1.35
50
48
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
99.62
922
830
170
salt
0.240
3.37
997
893
171
sugar – PDS
0.483
6.80
827
729
172
sugar – other sources
0.244
10.52
551
505
173
gur
0.069
3.48
290
277
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.08
4
3
175
honey
0.001
0.13
4
4
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.038
24.39
1000
896
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.030
2.61
59
66
181
mustard oil
0.155
13.38
151
124
182
groundnut oil
0.096
8.15
95
96
183
coconut oil
0.006
0.50
6
7
184
refined oil
0.412
33.40
559
491
185
edible oil: others
0.109
8.66
134
122
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.808
66.68
995
891
190
eggs (no.)
6.851
31.88
742
660
191
fish, prawn
0.203
29.27
236
223
192
goat meat/mutton
0.002
0.35
3
3
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.170
34.49
151
140
194
pork
0.933
172.70
718
638
195
chicken
0.147
27.60
144
138
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.069
7.33
83
80
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
303.66
985
881
200
potato
1.757
34.14
923
829
201
onion
0.357
11.64
980
882
202
tomato
0.387
19.39
648
581
203
brinjal
0.567
15.05
620
584
204
radish
0.013
0.47
21
21
205
carrot
0.067
3.51
147
148
206
palak/other
2.514
87.35
987
884
207
green chillies
0.162
13.91
820
734
208
lady's finger
0.095
3.80
179
164
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.001
0.02
1
2
211
cauliflower
0.216
7.58
225
218
212
cabbage
0.458
10.00
371
334
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.544
9.73
344
337
214
peas
0.021
0.63
27
26
215
beans, barbati
0.155
6.78
250
238
216
lemon (no.)
0.577
2.08
111
115
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Mizoram
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.993
28.32
620
562
-
254.38
1000
896
banana (no.)
4.298
11.33
419
373
jackfruit
0.003
0.04
1
1
222
watermelon
0.027
1.01
13
16
223
pineapple (no.)
0.178
3.10
118
100
224
coconut (no.)
0.006
0.11
6
7
225
green coconut (no.)
0.014
0.14
4
5
226
guava
0.005
0.10
9
9
227
singara
0.006
0.06
1
1
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.650
3.59
86
94
230
papaya
0.104
2.67
56
52
231
mango
0.079
1.56
66
55
232
kharbooza
0.001
0.12
2
2
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.05
2
3
236
apple
0.021
3.10
37
40
237
grapes
0.008
1.07
12
13
238
other fresh fruits
-
5.36
296
260
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
33.39
717
634
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.004
0.34
16
17
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.46
20
26
247
other dry fruits
0.006
0.80
51
54
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.013
1.61
84
92
250
ginger (gm)
167.672
5.63
641
578
251
garlic (gm)
83.907
10.84
666
607
252
jeera (gm)
1.098
0.24
26
30
253
dhania (gm)
0.581
0.11
16
15
254
turmeric (gm)
54.134
10.73
924
833
255
black pepper (gm)
0.519
0.10
11
8
256
dry chillies (gm)
18.687
3.28
227
239
257
tamarind (gm)
0.250
0.05
5
6
258
curry powder (gm)
4.842
0.71
105
87
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.000
0.00
0
0
19.463
2.81
220
193
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Mizoram
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
351.152
34.51
997
892
5.783
20.78
574
502
116.663
27.69
990
886
0.089
0.54
18
16
0.485
0.37
9
8
274
mineral water (litre)
0.001
0.03
1
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.032
1.61
30
25
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.029
1.52
32
30
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.75
52
57
279
beverages: sub-total
-
55.29
998
892
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.092
5.94
48
44
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.023
0.86
9
11
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.169
19.20
200
171
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
13.60
245
221
284
other served processed food
-
3.42
82
76
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
43.02
518
459
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
12.09
326
315
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
39.33
811
725
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.004
0.37
9
10
293
chips (gm)
6.126
1.68
43
38
294
pickles (gm)
14.193
2.38
95
87
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
2.047
0.34
16
13
296
other packaged food
-
2.70
114
119
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
58.89
872
781
777
total: food group
-
1235.72
1000
896
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Nagaland
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
101
rice – P.D.S.
102
rice – other sources
103
104
105
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.448
6.63
83
30
12.117
284.25
990
349
chira
0.011
0.26
17
3
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
muri
0.005
0.10
28
4
106
other rice products
0.000
0.01
1
1
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.021
0.39
12
2
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.101
2.38
68
11
110
maida
0.016
0.34
53
11
111
suji, rawa
0.003
0.12
15
3
112
sewai, noodles
0.036
3.54
194
76
113
bread: bakery
0.113
6.01
335
123
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.10
5
2
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.007
0.19
16
12
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.03
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.01
2
1
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.010
0.32
32
11
129
cereal: sub-total
12.889
304.68
1000
352
139
cereal substitutes
0.013
0.16
12
8
140
arhar, tur
0.017
1.03
84
15
141
gram: split
0.001
0.04
4
4
142
gram: whole
0.008
0.40
35
11
143
moong
0.030
1.95
132
56
144
masur
0.228
13.52
761
265
145
urd
0.000
0.01
0
1
146
peas
0.003
0.11
16
9
147
khesari
0.001
0.04
17
2
148
other pulses
0.028
1.19
102
66
150
gram products
0.001
0.03
2
1
151
besan
0.001
0.02
8
1
152
other pulse products
0.106
5.59
397
147
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.423
23.93
977
343
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.238
5.62
87
27
161
baby food
0.008
1.85
35
17
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.303
90.47
877
323
163
curd
0.000
0.00
0
0
164
ghee
0.003
0.65
31
5
165
butter
0.004
0.80
42
23
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Nagaland
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.22
8
5
167
other milk products
-
0.91
33
10
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
100.50
893
331
170
salt
0.207
2.46
997
350
171
sugar – PDS
0.000
0.00
0
0
172
sugar – other sources
0.270
11.00
997
350
173
gur
0.002
0.12
20
3
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.001
0.23
5
5
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.480
13.81
1000
352
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.006
0.41
18
4
181
mustard oil
0.252
23.21
870
303
182
groundnut oil
0.000
0.01
0
1
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.020
1.76
54
15
185
edible oil: others
0.014
1.36
40
12
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.292
26.74
942
325
190
eggs (no.)
3.522
15.58
402
145
191
fish, prawn
0.482
53.54
424
131
192
goat meat/mutton
0.001
0.32
1
2
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.377
40.24
257
116
194
pork
1.039
142.74
633
239
195
chicken
0.190
27.10
140
52
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.030
4.35
39
19
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
283.88
997
350
200
potato
1.656
30.17
989
345
201
onion
0.382
12.91
869
301
202
tomato
0.565
19.70
798
265
203
brinjal
0.309
7.06
281
91
204
radish
0.007
0.25
23
4
205
carrot
0.041
1.02
45
8
206
palak/other
1.985
38.20
935
329
207
green chillies
0.244
11.41
881
320
208
lady's finger
0.032
1.27
60
18
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.000
0.00
0
0
211
cauliflower
0.102
2.58
110
50
212
cabbage
0.603
11.80
468
148
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.199
4.07
183
68
214
peas
0.016
0.67
16
7
215
beans, barbati
0.191
6.34
205
49
216
lemon (no.)
0.063
0.21
22
8
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Nagaland
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
1.506
33.43
804
297
-
181.06
998
351
banana (no.)
2.204
5.50
204
84
jackfruit
0.010
0.15
11
2
222
watermelon
0.019
0.50
12
8
223
pineapple (no.)
0.107
2.13
78
28
224
coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
225
green coconut (no.)
0.014
0.27
8
1
226
guava
0.033
0.84
32
22
227
singara
0.005
0.14
3
3
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.100
5.20
107
47
230
papaya
0.046
1.27
34
14
231
mango
0.045
3.00
37
14
232
kharbooza
0.003
0.08
1
1
233
pears/nashpati
0.010
0.20
10
2
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
235
leechi
0.054
3.06
54
9
236
apple
0.170
21.22
158
48
237
grapes
0.020
2.74
23
5
238
other fresh fruits
-
7.15
187
70
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
53.47
642
230
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.47
7
2
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.00
0
0
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.26
8
3
247
other dry fruits
0.011
2.91
52
12
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.012
3.65
56
14
250
ginger (gm)
126.545
6.77
642
252
251
garlic (gm)
101.243
11.39
753
282
252
jeera (gm)
2.081
0.87
55
19
253
dhania (gm)
6.561
0.82
121
42
254
turmeric (gm)
14.013
2.48
272
99
255
black pepper (gm)
0.294
0.07
17
2
256
dry chillies (gm)
77.911
9.01
605
216
257
tamarind (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
258
curry powder (gm)
11.686
1.79
129
53
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.000
0.00
0
0
25.407
4.37
376
127
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Nagaland
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
365.742
37.57
921
332
1.573
7.75
281
91
151.031
31.71
968
342
0.052
0.51
15
5
coffee: powder (gm)
1.022
0.28
19
8
274
mineral water (litre)
0.029
0.57
25
6
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.033
1.30
28
8
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.032
2.82
26
15
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.62
49
14
279
beverages: sub-total
-
46.55
992
349
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.069
6.09
25
20
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.010
0.10
2
1
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
20.73
331
108
284
other served processed food
-
1.74
53
19
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
28.66
394
138
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
20.33
358
96
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
26.35
545
209
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
293
chips (gm)
294
0.012
1.19
28
13
12.580
3.87
124
44
pickles (gm)
0.827
0.24
4
4
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.549
0.15
4
1
296
other packaged food
-
3.33
102
47
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
55.46
742
268
777
total: food group
-
1160.13
1000
352
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Odisha
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.367
3.04
179
275
102
rice – other sources
7.433
144.98
870
927
103
chira
0.269
5.62
526
554
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.06
7
10
105
muri
0.193
6.45
471
521
106
other rice products
0.000
0.01
1
2
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.331
3.21
122
133
108
wheat/atta – other sources
1.421
29.01
654
696
110
maida
0.030
0.62
76
101
111
suji, rawa
0.223
4.98
659
657
112
sewai, noodles
0.047
2.40
230
230
113
bread: bakery
0.042
2.08
190
219
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.12
7
4
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
3
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
1
5
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.015
0.28
24
12
122
other cereals
0.003
0.08
11
25
129
cereal: sub-total
11.378
202.95
938
1009
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.366
23.54
766
818
141
gram: split
0.032
1.59
124
173
142
gram: whole
0.015
0.75
95
100
143
moong
0.134
8.54
470
538
144
masur
0.039
2.17
190
159
145
urd
0.039
2.13
165
199
146
peas
0.036
1.12
200
236
147
khesari
0.001
0.03
1
9
148
other pulses
0.006
0.28
38
60
150
gram products
0.002
0.06
6
8
151
besan
0.054
2.40
281
318
152
other pulse products
0.006
0.30
53
33
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.729
42.93
915
981
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.666
56.52
537
587
161
baby food
0.014
4.27
42
44
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.018
4.63
144
180
163
curd
0.024
0.76
79
70
164
ghee
0.005
1.42
47
66
165
butter
0.000
0.06
6
4
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Odisha
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.15
70
64
167
other milk products
-
0.36
15
28
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
69.17
656
716
170
salt
0.287
3.09
924
996
171
sugar – PDS
0.051
0.81
117
128
172
sugar – other sources
0.466
16.07
850
921
173
gur
0.008
0.27
56
94
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.12
24
36
175
honey
0.000
0.07
9
23
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.814
20.43
937
1008
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.013
1.03
67
78
181
mustard oil
0.215
18.09
477
569
182
groundnut oil
0.003
0.25
13
11
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.04
3
8
184
refined oil
0.310
23.26
651
643
185
edible oil: others
0.027
1.81
69
84
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.569
44.48
915
982
190
eggs (no.)
1.863
6.76
252
266
191
fish, prawn
0.474
47.06
492
530
192
goat meat/mutton
0.077
19.74
95
131
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.019
1.85
16
11
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.108
13.09
140
160
0.002
0.30
5
9
-
88.81
721
760
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
2.004
19.83
915
983
201
onion
0.888
12.53
909
981
202
tomato
0.852
13.93
830
905
203
brinjal
0.807
13.83
782
819
204
radish
0.082
1.08
102
131
205
carrot
0.069
1.30
96
90
206
palak/other
0.531
8.10
552
722
207
green chillies
0.085
3.67
727
821
208
lady's finger
0.258
6.75
389
335
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.233
6.30
306
332
211
cauliflower
0.386
5.28
266
331
212
cabbage
0.426
5.34
348
400
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.501
5.83
510
510
214
peas
0.019
0.43
28
37
215
beans, barbati
0.207
4.89
321
368
216
lemon (no.)
2.460
3.13
531
562
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Odisha
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.936
14.05
683
754
-
126.28
922
993
banana (no.)
4.921
10.92
504
538
jackfruit
0.003
0.03
1
4
222
watermelon
0.143
1.43
49
36
223
pineapple (no.)
0.018
0.40
11
17
224
coconut (no.)
0.452
5.08
311
361
225
green coconut (no.)
0.054
0.62
27
45
226
guava
0.025
0.41
20
32
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.475
2.82
60
70
230
papaya
0.016
0.34
16
31
231
mango
0.168
5.80
147
170
232
kharbooza
0.001
0.01
1
2
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
1
235
leechi
0.001
0.05
1
4
236
apple
0.121
11.25
157
180
237
grapes
0.043
3.48
95
101
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.60
16
22
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
43.23
688
757
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.015
0.97
64
99
242
dates
0.004
0.29
16
19
243
cashewnut
0.005
1.92
57
58
244
walnut
0.001
0.10
4
3
245
other nuts
0.000
0.02
3
5
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.005
0.90
44
50
247
other dry fruits
0.006
0.42
13
9
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.035
4.62
138
172
250
ginger (gm)
72.266
4.22
853
892
251
garlic (gm)
73.117
5.65
903
964
252
jeera (gm)
31.809
6.31
867
909
253
dhania (gm)
13.441
1.49
355
334
254
turmeric (gm)
40.038
7.83
897
963
255
black pepper (gm)
0.966
0.28
47
41
256
dry chillies (gm)
32.024
3.66
803
894
257
tamarind (gm)
24.037
1.13
132
104
258
curry powder (gm)
20.826
5.31
580
612
260
oilseeds (gm)
39.691
2.72
825
826
261
other spices (gm)
30.128
4.64
662
678
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Odisha
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
378.345
43.20
915
982
270
tea: cups (no.)
4.425
13.93
335
396
271
tea: leaf (gm)
47.010
10.90
728
810
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.066
0.31
9
14
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.105
0.06
4
11
274
mineral water (litre)
0.041
0.59
22
36
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.043
1.77
63
77
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.032
1.57
28
29
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.43
64
69
279
beverages: sub-total
-
30.57
862
937
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.713
57.02
165
166
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.135
3.08
12
14
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.713
10.61
163
189
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
41.57
764
795
284
other served processed food
-
4.21
186
154
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
116.50
840
904
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
7.41
222
255
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
19.25
730
812
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.175
15.45
621
606
293
chips (gm)
3.470
0.92
49
60
294
pickles (gm)
12.485
1.31
119
143
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
5.753
0.67
40
39
296
other packaged food
-
3.55
111
102
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
48.53
907
944
777
total: food group
-
881.67
1000
1052
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Punjab
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.002
0.07
2
2
102
rice – other sources
1.167
32.10
907
1457
103
chira
0.001
0.03
4
6
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.020
0.32
2
1
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.383
1.80
70
147
108
wheat/atta – other sources
6.662
97.96
933
1492
110
maida
0.014
0.24
47
80
111
suji, rawa
0.019
0.45
136
239
112
sewai, noodles
0.013
1.08
101
182
113
bread: bakery
0.099
3.97
415
688
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.15
18
28
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.01
1
2
116
bajra & its products
0.001
0.01
4
6
117
maize & its products
0.075
1.48
122
215
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.01
3
2
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.01
1
1
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.002
0.15
5
6
129
cereal: sub-total
8.465
139.85
957
1533
139
cereal substitutes
0.001
0.03
2
4
140
arhar, tur
0.057
4.01
222
269
141
gram: split
0.167
7.87
796
1303
142
gram: whole
0.160
7.65
785
1289
143
moong
0.154
11.18
834
1352
144
masur
0.114
7.38
744
1193
145
urd
0.075
4.91
468
798
146
peas
0.003
0.14
12
14
147
khesari
0.001
0.06
3
3
148
other pulses
0.093
5.93
473
805
150
gram products
0.003
0.15
17
21
151
besan
0.098
4.83
643
1059
152
other pulse products
0.031
1.85
164
245
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
160
milk: liquid (litre)
161
162
0.956
55.96
953
1530
10.793
316.69
952
1522
baby food
0.003
0.69
18
27
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.32
11
14
163
curd
0.103
4.39
212
325
164
ghee
0.073
21.72
288
439
165
butter
0.003
0.72
20
33
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Punjab
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.00
48
76
167
other milk products
-
1.81
76
121
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
347.33
955
1529
170
salt
0.212
2.83
952
1527
171
sugar – PDS
0.009
0.29
7
14
172
sugar – other sources
1.375
46.15
948
1516
173
gur
0.040
1.45
130
209
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.04
6
10
175
honey
0.001
0.20
10
16
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.638
50.95
958
1536
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.165
12.23
369
645
181
mustard oil
0.436
36.46
757
1224
182
groundnut oil
0.012
1.10
26
19
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.03
1
1
184
refined oil
0.276
22.77
464
749
185
edible oil: others
0.002
0.15
5
14
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.892
72.74
952
1529
190
eggs (no.)
1.261
4.73
154
250
191
fish, prawn
0.004
0.55
5
14
192
goat meat/mutton
0.015
3.13
18
32
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.09
0
1
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.091
12.49
101
158
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
20.98
214
334
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.933
18.72
936
1521
201
onion
1.441
20.00
949
1525
202
tomato
0.720
15.19
856
1359
203
brinjal
0.286
5.92
336
570
204
radish
0.401
3.50
271
462
205
carrot
0.359
4.87
273
462
206
palak/other
0.272
3.92
181
311
207
green chillies
0.123
4.45
636
1007
208
lady's finger
0.249
6.80
285
470
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.006
0.13
10
13
211
cauliflower
0.628
10.56
512
831
212
cabbage
0.068
0.95
68
98
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.521
9.32
411
673
214
peas
0.318
7.65
368
569
215
beans, barbati
0.052
1.59
71
129
216
lemon (no.)
1.578
2.39
182
282
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Punjab
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.738
15.17
520
808
-
131.10
953
1530
banana (no.)
4.915
15.80
375
580
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.119
1.71
37
54
223
pineapple (no.)
0.005
0.09
2
5
224
coconut (no.)
0.001
0.02
1
1
225
green coconut (no.)
0.008
0.03
1
1
226
guava
0.110
1.93
73
128
227
singara
0.004
0.04
1
5
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.543
6.81
160
218
230
papaya
0.152
3.26
91
145
231
mango
0.185
8.24
119
166
232
kharbooza
0.043
0.48
17
32
233
pears/nashpati
0.011
0.52
12
12
234
berries
0.002
0.06
3
7
235
leechi
0.007
0.59
9
12
236
apple
0.271
18.02
233
348
237
grapes
0.046
3.01
59
103
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.44
66
118
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
64.05
698
1054
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.03
3
6
241
groundnut
0.058
4.23
98
176
242
dates
0.008
0.58
20
31
243
cashewnut
0.004
1.91
25
35
244
walnut
0.001
0.22
6
8
245
other nuts
0.004
1.51
29
54
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.58
22
48
247
other dry fruits
0.005
2.09
28
48
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.082
11.15
162
288
250
ginger (gm)
89.023
5.02
702
1160
251
garlic (gm)
58.489
4.48
638
1004
252
jeera (gm)
25.877
5.40
609
1001
253
dhania (gm)
23.991
2.60
381
627
254
turmeric (gm)
77.384
13.84
946
1520
255
black pepper (gm)
6.035
2.08
196
351
256
dry chillies (gm)
55.235
9.21
819
1317
257
tamarind (gm)
1.875
0.15
12
23
258
curry powder (gm)
0.598
0.13
8
16
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.842
0.12
7
21
58.820
14.37
700
1108
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Punjab
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
398.169
57.42
952
1529
4.400
21.54
404
553
136.864
31.24
944
1515
0.016
0.09
1
2
0.636
0.98
17
31
274
mineral water (litre)
0.004
0.06
3
7
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.318
11.05
189
285
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.116
7.30
94
138
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.41
10
17
279
beverages: sub-total
-
72.65
983
1555
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.077
27.33
83
105
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.026
0.60
3
9
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.498
4.80
45
88
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
26.68
525
802
284
other served processed food
-
1.84
65
98
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
61.26
582
918
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
14.81
160
271
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
24.21
817
1301
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.119
12.75
499
830
293
chips (gm)
15.614
3.70
135
223
294
pickles (gm)
10.630
1.06
91
104
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
10.601
1.43
49
92
296
other packaged food
-
1.58
56
94
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
59.52
893
1400
777
total: food group
-
1145.00
1000
1566
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Rajasthan
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.008
0.07
8
8
102
rice – other sources
0.575
17.14
763
1226
103
chira
0.049
1.67
157
240
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.02
2
5
105
muri
0.002
0.08
10
14
106
other rice products
0.002
0.10
11
13
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.716
4.26
169
262
108
wheat/atta – other sources
8.241
114.06
905
1456
110
maida
0.030
0.64
135
204
111
suji, rawa
0.058
1.29
308
474
112
sewai, noodles
0.016
1.22
100
145
113
bread: bakery
0.091
3.64
209
315
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.07
4
7
115
jowar & its products
0.007
0.06
5
5
116
bajra & its products
0.238
2.41
112
180
117
maize & its products
0.045
0.55
41
96
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.01
2
4
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.01
1
2
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.001
0.04
3
10
129
cereal: sub-total
10.084
147.35
928
1503
139
cereal substitutes
0.003
0.14
17
50
140
arhar, tur
0.058
3.95
392
604
141
gram: split
0.109
4.89
688
1110
142
gram: whole
0.011
0.53
72
128
143
moong
0.162
10.11
830
1341
144
masur
0.067
3.86
491
738
145
urd
0.045
2.90
348
616
146
peas
0.002
0.08
10
20
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.011
0.63
59
83
150
gram products
0.001
0.02
3
9
151
besan
0.119
5.56
658
1106
152
other pulse products
0.009
0.49
68
107
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.593
33.02
924
1495
160
milk: liquid (litre)
8.711
228.14
925
1495
161
baby food
0.002
0.27
7
17
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.50
5
8
163
curd
0.049
1.81
115
197
164
ghee
0.188
61.95
659
1047
165
butter
0.001
0.14
8
19
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Rajasthan
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.17
61
119
167
other milk products
-
0.82
46
80
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
294.81
931
1505
170
salt
0.237
2.82
925
1497
171
sugar – PDS
0.017
0.26
24
39
172
sugar – other sources
0.983
31.89
914
1479
173
gur
0.059
2.05
185
303
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.10
15
33
175
honey
0.001
0.15
10
19
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.299
37.26
934
1510
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.007
0.60
17
26
181
mustard oil
0.228
18.10
325
567
182
groundnut oil
0.070
6.95
87
138
183
coconut oil
0.001
0.15
3
8
184
refined oil
0.492
39.76
555
859
185
edible oil: others
0.003
0.31
5
7
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.800
65.86
923
1496
190
eggs (no.)
1.088
4.35
123
143
191
fish, prawn
0.004
0.58
4
8
192
goat meat/mutton
0.089
21.63
127
178
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.019
2.06
21
21
194
pork
0.002
0.18
2
6
195
chicken
0.039
5.23
59
64
0.000
0.07
0
2
-
34.11
239
304
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.370
13.67
903
1451
201
onion
0.929
12.20
875
1409
202
tomato
0.979
18.08
883
1419
203
brinjal
0.206
3.75
303
478
204
radish
0.214
2.03
151
244
205
carrot
0.165
2.39
170
247
206
palak/other
0.397
6.20
439
753
207
green chillies
0.263
7.30
747
1202
208
lady's finger
0.235
7.01
363
581
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.027
0.59
38
65
211
cauliflower
0.327
6.67
351
554
212
cabbage
0.238
4.44
277
440
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.313
5.18
344
546
214
peas
0.146
2.76
188
295
215
beans, barbati
0.023
0.56
34
66
216
lemon (no.)
3.032
4.88
410
653
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Rajasthan
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.435
9.84
394
656
-
107.55
924
1499
banana (no.)
5.795
11.93
400
672
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.118
1.07
33
66
223
pineapple (no.)
0.006
0.10
2
5
224
coconut (no.)
0.029
0.31
14
28
225
green coconut (no.)
0.015
0.19
6
14
226
guava
0.089
1.78
80
134
227
singara
0.027
0.70
33
46
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.433
4.07
109
154
230
papaya
0.203
4.50
142
245
231
mango
0.276
11.11
165
254
232
kharbooza
0.030
0.62
20
32
233
pears/nashpati
0.005
0.16
5
9
234
berries
0.023
0.55
26
38
235
leechi
0.000
0.04
0
2
236
apple
0.166
14.27
179
321
237
grapes
0.099
5.45
137
221
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.66
60
106
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
60.55
727
1159
240
coconut: copra
0.008
0.74
29
59
241
groundnut
0.054
2.81
81
131
242
dates
0.007
0.59
19
42
243
cashewnut
0.008
3.69
49
92
244
walnut
0.001
0.41
6
10
245
other nuts
0.006
2.33
32
49
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.016
5.26
95
143
247
other dry fruits
0.009
3.49
43
88
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.109
19.32
226
389
250
ginger (gm)
60.771
3.18
517
844
251
garlic (gm)
87.278
5.99
776
1239
252
jeera (gm)
36.955
7.06
861
1392
253
dhania (gm)
83.647
9.33
904
1464
254
turmeric (gm)
48.422
7.52
913
1479
255
black pepper (gm)
4.257
1.25
127
260
256
dry chillies (gm)
129.650
17.88
908
1473
257
tamarind (gm)
1.439
0.19
22
21
258
curry powder (gm)
3.692
1.07
67
85
260
oilseeds (gm)
2.758
0.33
82
121
261
other spices (gm)
23.263
5.52
431
691
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Rajasthan
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
482.131
59.34
919
1496
4.644
18.88
361
625
128.015
25.92
911
1470
0.035
0.19
5
9
coffee: powder (gm)
0.998
0.85
32
45
274
mineral water (litre)
0.046
0.31
7
14
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.030
1.18
21
46
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.083
3.85
70
128
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.07
23
40
279
beverages: sub-total
-
52.27
937
1521
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.419
81.17
106
93
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.103
6.62
10
26
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.643
5.27
51
105
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
20.74
344
565
284
other served processed food
-
1.09
22
45
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
114.89
467
712
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
22.39
185
310
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
20.72
575
940
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.187
19.92
523
827
293
chips (gm)
6.193
1.06
47
107
294
pickles (gm)
6.482
0.78
34
70
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
4.286
0.65
21
37
296
other packaged food
-
1.44
21
43
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
66.95
775
1243
777
total: food group
-
1093.42
1000
1552
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Sikkim
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.148
0.96
34
10
102
rice – other sources
7.157
192.72
844
140
103
chira
0.050
1.47
182
25
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.02
4
1
105
muri
0.017
0.68
108
25
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.000
0.00
0
0
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.966
17.23
816
135
110
maida
0.353
6.92
542
97
111
suji, rawa
0.020
0.57
109
22
112
sewai, noodles
0.082
6.92
495
82
113
bread: bakery
0.080
4.20
407
52
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.017
0.78
31
6
118
barley & its products
0.004
0.43
27
2
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
8.895
232.88
851
143
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.000
0.00
0
0
141
gram: split
0.049
1.91
189
27
142
gram: whole
0.057
2.60
355
49
143
moong
0.050
3.46
215
28
144
masur
0.190
11.46
691
129
145
urd
0.000
0.00
0
0
146
peas
0.012
0.46
95
13
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.133
10.97
466
75
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.005
0.24
55
12
152
other pulse products
0.000
0.02
2
3
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.496
31.13
851
143
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.450
115.58
803
137
161
baby food
0.020
6.50
47
4
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.008
1.62
35
4
163
curd
0.032
1.29
71
15
164
ghee
0.016
4.57
83
10
165
butter
0.029
8.60
348
57
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Sikkim
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.00
0
0
167
other milk products
-
8.62
352
65
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
146.78
847
142
170
salt
0.173
1.87
851
143
171
sugar – PDS
0.301
7.85
403
73
172
sugar – other sources
0.273
9.70
481
72
173
gur
0.000
0.00
0
0
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
0
175
honey
0.000
0.00
0
0
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.748
19.43
851
143
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.044
2.98
106
12
181
mustard oil
0.415
38.77
594
116
182
groundnut oil
0.005
0.39
14
1
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.228
20.31
298
32
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.00
0
0
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.692
62.43
851
143
190
eggs (no.)
1.972
10.30
251
41
191
fish, prawn
0.061
7.29
76
12
192
goat meat/mutton
0.003
0.64
3
3
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.333
40.19
255
41
194
pork
0.099
12.82
92
20
195
chicken
0.410
53.28
395
73
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.000
0.00
0
0
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
124.53
768
131
200
potato
1.364
21.77
851
143
201
onion
0.546
10.62
850
142
202
tomato
0.674
18.46
851
143
203
brinjal
0.157
4.08
174
43
204
radish
0.135
2.73
175
32
205
carrot
0.038
0.66
24
6
206
palak/other
0.988
23.92
774
132
207
green chillies
0.113
6.37
774
133
208
lady's finger
0.149
4.57
207
23
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.152
4.18
106
11
211
cauliflower
0.371
9.29
333
60
212
cabbage
0.681
12.06
544
94
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.281
5.79
205
39
214
peas
0.042
2.30
96
9
215
beans, barbati
0.127
4.76
280
44
216
lemon (no.)
0.605
1.42
124
15
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Sikkim
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
1.181
23.65
760
127
-
156.56
851
143
banana (no.)
1.814
4.41
186
30
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
222
watermelon
0.014
0.41
10
2
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.002
0.06
2
2
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.379
4.31
146
19
230
papaya
0.000
0.00
0
0
231
mango
0.152
9.12
141
11
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.014
0.50
20
2
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.218
23.49
229
32
237
grapes
0.011
1.59
17
1
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.03
1
1
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
43.91
588
83
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.000
0.01
2
2
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.39
5
2
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.08
1
1
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.05
2
3
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.00
0
0
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.001
0.54
9
8
250
ginger (gm)
149.465
6.14
798
138
251
garlic (gm)
101.942
10.65
817
138
252
jeera (gm)
8.836
2.58
472
72
253
dhania (gm)
9.746
2.40
430
67
254
turmeric (gm)
27.775
6.39
846
142
255
black pepper (gm)
0.013
0.00
1
1
256
dry chillies (gm)
28.134
4.92
780
133
257
tamarind (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
258
curry powder (gm)
9.699
4.90
466
73
260
oilseeds (gm)
1.133
0.68
34
2
261
other spices (gm)
7.642
2.78
392
82
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Sikkim
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
344.386
41.49
851
143
4.910
25.01
680
109
137.906
28.34
851
143
0.059
0.21
15
2
coffee: powder (gm)
0.542
0.36
27
1
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.028
2.12
37
4
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.071
4.44
121
10
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.00
0
0
279
beverages: sub-total
-
60.47
945
154
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.173
46.97
107
13
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.467
12.58
25
8
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.201
36.36
84
10
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
62.28
660
98
284
other served processed food
-
4.82
101
9
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
163.02
737
112
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
15.29
292
38
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
34.71
843
129
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
293
chips (gm)
294
0.013
2.70
68
19
35.203
12.02
387
58
pickles (gm)
9.083
1.61
69
9
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
5.894
1.47
55
3
296
other packaged food
-
0.29
2
1
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
68.05
935
146
777
total: food group
-
1151.22
1000
160
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tamil Nadu
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
3.169
29.89
666
2295
102
rice – other sources
4.168
115.07
832
2798
103
chira
0.007
0.21
14
55
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.01
1
2
105
muri
0.004
0.21
38
149
106
other rice products
0.058
1.29
64
204
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.442
3.54
490
1731
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.284
9.09
339
1121
110
maida
0.067
1.98
224
758
111
suji, rawa
0.143
4.73
491
1642
112
sewai, noodles
0.037
2.30
201
650
113
bread: bakery
0.029
1.51
147
463
114
other wheat products
0.005
0.21
15
53
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.01
2
7
116
bajra & its products
0.002
0.04
5
23
117
maize & its products
0.001
0.01
2
9
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
1
5
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.01
1
5
121
ragi & its products
0.045
0.90
94
353
122
other cereals
0.016
0.64
33
100
129
cereal: sub-total
8.478
171.65
908
3122
139
cereal substitutes
0.019
0.24
20
86
140
arhar, tur
0.390
20.10
902
3101
141
gram: split
0.080
4.64
626
2091
142
gram: whole
0.038
2.34
301
1042
143
moong
0.089
6.21
557
1887
144
masur
0.003
0.23
20
48
145
urd
0.320
16.67
858
2951
290
146
peas
0.009
0.46
80
147
khesari
0.000
0.03
4
11
148
other pulses
0.036
2.04
278
943
150
gram products
0.069
4.49
587
2008
151
besan
0.016
0.92
127
436
152
other pulse products
0.017
1.07
169
569
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.069
59.20
907
3117
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.961
134.83
871
2938
161
baby food
0.007
1.93
28
94
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.003
0.63
12
43
163
curd
0.055
2.53
169
470
164
ghee
0.014
4.70
154
421
165
butter
0.002
0.37
16
42
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tamil Nadu
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.49
62
196
167
other milk products
-
0.19
8
30
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
146.67
883
2971
170
salt
0.282
2.79
904
3110
171
sugar – PDS
0.432
5.89
773
2725
172
sugar – other sources
0.248
7.90
543
1895
173
gur
0.026
1.16
127
427
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.04
8
23
175
honey
0.002
0.44
38
103
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.991
18.22
915
3123
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.001
0.13
9
42
181
mustard oil
0.000
0.04
1
5
182
groundnut oil
0.043
3.78
83
291
183
coconut oil
0.012
1.55
52
127
184
refined oil
0.419
32.81
612
2089
185
edible oil: others
0.208
11.03
406
1469
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.685
49.35
907
3116
190
eggs (no.)
5.165
16.24
523
1783
191
fish, prawn
0.292
29.05
265
882
192
goat meat/mutton
0.094
30.77
125
492
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.021
2.62
22
84
194
pork
0.002
0.21
2
7
195
chicken
0.385
47.61
410
1344
0.001
0.25
4
23
-
126.76
691
2371
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.504
9.69
772
2647
201
onion
0.995
17.06
904
3106
202
tomato
1.023
16.20
902
3097
203
brinjal
0.330
6.71
673
2329
204
radish
0.120
2.19
261
896
205
carrot
0.319
8.90
642
2115
206
palak/other
0.368
7.36
652
2311
207
green chillies
0.112
3.77
776
2686
208
lady's finger
0.306
6.68
590
1990
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.023
0.48
39
117
211
cauliflower
0.096
2.03
143
488
212
cabbage
0.269
4.96
467
1560
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.061
1.17
114
456
214
peas
0.024
0.85
68
248
215
beans, barbati
0.231
6.79
446
1449
216
lemon (no.)
1.394
3.40
388
1237
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tamil Nadu
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.453
10.48
723
2525
-
108.77
906
3113
banana (no.)
8.905
22.27
731
2355
jackfruit
0.004
0.05
3
14
222
watermelon
0.028
0.33
11
50
223
pineapple (no.)
0.022
0.28
11
33
224
coconut (no.)
2.070
17.36
773
2672
225
green coconut (no.)
0.167
2.50
55
218
226
guava
0.046
1.18
55
163
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
1
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.665
4.47
91
289
230
papaya
0.018
0.33
15
43
231
mango
0.155
5.56
126
447
232
kharbooza
0.003
0.11
1
3
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
1
235
leechi
0.000
0.01
0
1
236
apple
0.165
19.15
200
691
237
grapes
0.090
5.22
144
455
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.81
50
205
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
81.63
953
3176
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.03
1
3
241
groundnut
0.025
1.75
92
310
242
dates
0.028
3.32
116
406
243
cashewnut
0.005
2.16
65
203
244
walnut
0.001
0.26
4
12
245
other nuts
0.000
0.05
2
7
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.38
26
89
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.42
18
60
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.062
8.37
234
785
250
ginger (gm)
56.797
3.57
813
2712
251
garlic (gm)
94.361
8.16
894
3071
252
jeera (gm)
33.039
7.40
881
3027
253
dhania (gm)
89.351
8.02
884
3027
254
turmeric (gm)
29.505
4.96
891
3075
255
black pepper (gm)
29.338
10.20
848
2877
256
dry chillies (gm)
257
tamarind (gm)
258
99.558
11.19
899
3091
131.591
13.11
897
3083
curry powder (gm)
34.725
5.93
634
2082
260
oilseeds (gm)
39.248
3.41
898
3081
261
other spices (gm)
47.838
6.67
845
2918
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Tamil Nadu
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
685.351
82.58
906
3111
270
tea: cups (no.)
6.507
34.64
498
1745
271
tea: leaf (gm)
57.010
15.48
688
2484
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.444
2.71
46
114
273
coffee: powder (gm)
19.667
8.99
306
995
274
mineral water (litre)
1.406
2.36
30
88
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.027
1.12
27
109
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.027
1.58
32
93
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
6.02
101
347
279
beverages: sub-total
-
72.90
962
3238
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
2.774
72.84
224
699
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.499
13.15
36
105
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.981
11.97
79
242
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
31.42
544
1735
284
other served processed food
-
1.04
25
87
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
130.41
685
2209
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
11.70
221
732
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
27.29
640
2023
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.124
14.87
443
1516
293
chips (gm)
27.122
3.86
158
492
294
pickles (gm)
13.283
1.75
181
563
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
3.107
0.53
27
76
296
other packaged food
-
2.56
56
185
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
62.55
853
2795
777
total: food group
-
1119.31
1000
3326
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tripura
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
3.420
32.08
558
343
102
rice – other sources
8.212
167.11
934
501
103
chira
0.023
0.58
81
45
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.14
15
5
105
muri
0.347
15.80
872
470
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.126
1.30
153
94
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.265
5.49
347
174
110
maida
0.037
0.84
102
64
111
suji, rawa
0.028
0.83
164
84
112
sewai, noodles
0.026
2.58
178
87
113
bread: bakery
0.059
3.01
339
157
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.01
3
3
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
2
1
129
cereal: sub-total
12.545
229.77
990
539
139
cereal substitutes
0.012
0.22
30
16
140
arhar, tur
0.001
0.09
13
7
141
gram: split
0.011
0.56
55
21
142
gram: whole
0.003
0.19
24
9
143
moong
0.051
3.39
271
128
144
masur
0.433
25.01
939
517
145
urd
0.002
0.08
12
6
146
peas
0.017
0.61
62
32
147
khesari
0.006
0.22
30
18
148
other pulses
0.015
0.79
82
57
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
1
1
151
besan
0.006
0.27
41
17
152
other pulse products
0.013
0.76
134
76
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.557
31.97
979
535
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.363
39.66
358
180
161
baby food
0.019
6.23
61
31
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.059
12.86
600
333
163
curd
0.002
0.13
7
5
164
ghee
0.005
2.06
81
30
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
0
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tripura
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.14
16
13
167
other milk products
-
0.79
17
10
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
61.87
847
459
170
salt
0.400
4.15
985
536
171
sugar – PDS
0.485
6.59
766
437
172
sugar – other sources
0.089
3.15
269
154
173
gur
0.010
0.52
67
30
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
1
175
honey
0.000
0.01
1
1
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.985
14.43
990
539
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.007
0.78
11
3
181
mustard oil
0.649
58.69
944
512
182
groundnut oil
0.006
0.54
8
5
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.054
4.58
73
36
185
edible oil: others
0.002
0.17
5
3
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.718
64.75
982
536
190
eggs (no.)
4.268
17.88
620
325
191
fish, prawn
1.478
202.09
933
501
192
goat meat/mutton
0.025
6.50
30
17
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.001
0.14
3
2
194
pork
0.024
4.09
33
17
195
chicken
0.379
48.71
364
194
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.59
5
2
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
279.97
966
519
200
potato
1.884
24.46
979
535
201
onion
0.532
11.04
961
523
202
tomato
0.533
10.45
524
260
203
brinjal
1.041
20.39
944
512
204
radish
0.230
2.77
193
93
205
carrot
0.076
2.00
135
63
206
palak/other
1.682
23.72
893
479
207
green chillies
0.245
12.73
961
523
208
lady's finger
0.182
5.63
247
140
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.146
3.64
212
120
211
cauliflower
0.416
5.34
277
148
212
cabbage
0.398
4.60
218
127
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.895
12.62
576
308
214
peas
0.046
1.39
84
39
215
beans, barbati
0.512
12.41
581
324
216
lemon (no.)
0.669
1.43
211
106
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Tripura
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
1.677
27.75
900
467
-
182.39
985
537
banana (no.)
7.696
9.50
441
227
jackfruit
0.243
1.42
56
47
222
watermelon
0.016
0.40
9
6
223
pineapple (no.)
0.140
1.29
59
34
224
coconut (no.)
0.030
0.23
15
10
225
green coconut (no.)
0.005
0.06
3
3
226
guava
0.003
0.05
4
3
227
singara
0.001
0.07
3
1
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.362
9.94
254
109
230
papaya
0.005
0.07
4
3
231
mango
0.124
4.30
100
51
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.14
4
1
234
berries
0.003
0.11
6
2
235
leechi
0.001
0.09
3
1
236
apple
0.078
9.14
147
67
237
grapes
0.049
4.82
125
61
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.01
111
55
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
43.63
720
380
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.005
0.47
28
12
242
dates
0.003
0.24
28
10
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.37
9
5
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.04
2
3
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.52
33
25
247
other dry fruits
0.012
0.76
89
40
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.023
2.41
150
77
250
ginger (gm)
56.544
2.95
711
394
251
garlic (gm)
50.834
4.68
876
488
252
jeera (gm)
35.133
8.68
867
473
253
dhania (gm)
23.034
4.29
738
392
52.666
13.42
973
528
1.329
0.37
58
33
254
turmeric (gm)
255
black pepper (gm)
256
dry chillies (gm)
31.067
5.35
851
449
257
tamarind (gm)
0.532
0.12
18
16
258
curry powder (gm)
2.510
0.80
68
52
260
oilseeds (gm)
4.795
0.43
115
55
261
other spices (gm)
35.165
6.81
781
417
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Tripura
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
293.610
47.91
985
537
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.257
11.82
311
165
271
tea: leaf (gm)
75.519
14.02
845
464
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.037
0.26
12
2
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.003
0.06
5
1
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.027
1.53
52
23
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.047
3.06
63
34
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.85
76
43
279
beverages: sub-total
-
31.60
919
495
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.267
5.06
30
18
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.009
0.07
2
1
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.127
17.82
321
184
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
22.54
497
247
284
other served processed food
-
1.79
62
38
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
47.27
690
370
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
9.82
303
170
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
22.58
955
515
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.026
2.90
201
98
293
chips (gm)
8.642
2.27
130
79
294
pickles (gm)
0.484
0.10
9
5
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
4.446
0.55
41
17
296
other packaged food
-
8.93
130
59
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
47.15
970
525
777
total: food group
-
1085.35
1000
544
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttar Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.252
1.40
72
314
102
rice – other sources
2.583
53.01
930
2853
103
chira
0.017
0.47
50
194
104
khoi, lawa
0.006
0.25
38
108
105
muri
0.004
0.14
31
130
106
other rice products
0.009
0.19
17
61
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.461
2.74
166
574
108
wheat/atta – other sources
6.082
79.81
952
2950
110
maida
0.036
0.70
174
573
111
suji, rawa
0.067
1.38
432
1272
112
sewai, noodles
0.039
2.27
208
625
113
bread: bakery
0.177
6.69
542
1485
114
other wheat products
0.006
0.20
28
76
115
jowar & its products
0.001
0.02
1
3
116
bajra & its products
0.006
0.06
10
48
117
maize & its products
0.007
0.15
20
71
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.004
0.15
18
48
129
cereal: sub-total
9.756
149.64
977
3061
139
cereal substitutes
0.004
0.30
29
56
140
arhar, tur
0.314
20.53
866
2739
141
gram: split
0.071
3.18
420
1171
142
gram: whole
0.030
1.39
165
526
143
moong
0.060
3.87
425
1119
144
masur
0.110
5.83
573
1539
145
urd
0.085
5.12
509
1448
146
peas
0.077
2.37
199
763
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
1
2
148
other pulses
0.027
1.78
171
307
150
gram products
0.002
0.14
19
50
151
besan
0.097
4.54
660
1947
152
other pulse products
0.015
0.91
130
333
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.888
49.67
976
3058
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.856
169.12
934
2868
161
baby food
0.002
0.71
14
37
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.35
7
19
163
curd
0.036
1.76
148
405
164
ghee
0.049
16.38
291
836
165
butter
0.003
0.89
47
111
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttar Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.56
81
194
167
other milk products
-
1.52
54
166
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
192.29
949
2898
170
salt
0.200
2.42
972
3042
171
sugar – PDS
0.029
0.54
57
258
172
sugar – other sources
0.835
27.54
944
2926
173
gur
0.025
0.82
128
492
174
candy, misri
0.003
0.21
33
83
175
honey
0.001
0.25
17
51
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.094
31.78
978
3066
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.035
2.54
98
331
181
mustard oil
0.560
44.45
898
2845
182
groundnut oil
0.004
0.28
5
20
183
coconut oil
0.001
0.13
4
6
184
refined oil
0.177
14.49
418
1185
185
edible oil: others
0.000
0.03
2
11
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.777
61.93
975
3050
190
eggs (no.)
1.944
7.36
262
677
191
fish, prawn
0.035
3.28
49
185
192
goat meat/mutton
0.054
11.72
70
277
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.145
13.11
127
360
194
pork
0.002
0.15
2
9
195
chicken
0.082
9.79
108
311
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
45.41
413
1234
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
2.990
27.28
973
3047
201
onion
0.834
11.63
942
2927
202
tomato
0.634
11.28
885
2704
203
brinjal
0.280
4.22
432
1288
204
radish
0.193
1.94
266
867
205
carrot
0.124
1.46
145
426
206
palak/other
0.360
4.66
426
1351
207
green chillies
0.137
4.94
887
2771
208
lady's finger
0.258
5.12
311
936
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.083
2.25
169
533
211
cauliflower
0.364
5.41
403
1169
212
cabbage
0.137
1.75
169
498
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.449
6.00
432
1274
214
peas
0.297
4.44
271
796
215
beans, barbati
0.024
0.57
55
179
216
lemon (no.)
1.822
3.34
433
1248
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttar Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.644
11.02
568
1680
-
107.32
976
3054
banana (no.)
4.570
9.34
341
1047
jackfruit
0.002
0.03
3
7
222
watermelon
0.133
1.21
45
150
223
pineapple (no.)
0.002
0.07
1
10
224
coconut (no.)
0.014
0.18
12
33
225
green coconut (no.)
0.009
0.16
7
11
226
guava
0.187
2.97
205
589
227
singara
0.042
0.58
42
143
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.389
1.72
51
173
230
papaya
0.076
1.60
63
232
231
mango
0.167
5.31
118
338
232
kharbooza
0.092
1.49
61
152
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.04
3
7
234
berries
0.002
0.07
5
10
235
leechi
0.023
1.29
28
59
236
apple
0.171
14.46
202
599
237
grapes
0.059
3.16
105
333
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.86
57
179
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
46.55
740
2223
240
coconut: copra
0.008
0.77
60
200
241
groundnut
0.059
4.12
207
590
242
dates
0.008
0.70
28
93
243
cashewnut
0.007
3.28
65
183
244
walnut
0.001
0.60
12
30
245
other nuts
0.002
0.95
24
67
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.011
2.55
116
356
247
other dry fruits
0.009
3.51
77
234
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.104
16.48
390
1119
250
ginger (gm)
66.226
3.29
742
2252
251
garlic (gm)
67.317
4.85
843
2618
252
jeera (gm)
29.001
5.76
830
2538
253
dhania (gm)
70.181
6.74
882
2676
254
turmeric (gm)
48.130
8.03
927
2845
255
black pepper (gm)
5.748
1.89
298
930
256
dry chillies (gm)
44.139
5.86
785
2274
257
tamarind (gm)
0.516
0.05
12
33
258
curry powder (gm)
12.595
3.15
307
892
260
oilseeds (gm)
3.525
0.42
90
185
261
other spices (gm)
41.921
9.67
793
2312
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttar Pradesh
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
389.299
49.73
974
3052
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.942
14.13
445
1296
271
tea: leaf (gm)
75.828
17.14
929
2887
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.091
0.74
17
24
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.843
0.89
30
67
274
mineral water (litre)
0.324
0.86
12
33
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.132
4.50
110
308
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.045
2.80
52
149
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.42
45
97
279
beverages: sub-total
-
42.49
983
3028
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.389
16.68
64
144
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.055
1.33
6
22
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.425
3.90
51
147
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
26.05
735
2169
284
other served processed food
-
3.06
151
485
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
51.02
782
2317
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
22.08
317
900
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
18.27
868
2700
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.108
12.42
626
1935
293
chips (gm)
9.166
2.17
91
236
294
pickles (gm)
4.634
0.65
54
166
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
6.515
0.95
46
114
296
other packaged food
-
1.24
47
131
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
57.78
943
2882
777
total: food group
-
902.40
999
3096
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttarakhand
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.606
3.18
265
221
102
rice – other sources
3.448
81.63
926
675
103
chira
0.017
0.32
13
8
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.22
32
18
105
muri
0.004
0.19
15
11
106
other rice products
0.011
0.26
21
20
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.845
3.38
364
283
108
wheat/atta – other sources
5.598
91.21
944
695
110
maida
0.022
0.48
92
67
111
suji, rawa
0.076
1.72
453
326
112
sewai, noodles
0.055
3.27
384
255
113
bread: bakery
0.149
5.71
441
312
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.07
9
11
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.008
0.21
13
7
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.002
0.03
5
5
122
other cereals
0.002
0.06
8
7
129
cereal: sub-total
10.850
191.96
967
714
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.198
14.13
829
622
141
gram: split
0.129
6.17
681
497
142
gram: whole
0.070
3.18
425
314
143
moong
0.055
3.93
375
267
144
masur
0.180
9.71
826
598
145
urd
0.090
5.85
592
438
146
peas
0.010
0.38
53
52
147
khesari
0.002
0.12
6
5
148
other pulses
0.138
8.88
600
483
150
gram products
0.004
0.30
12
8
151
besan
0.084
4.43
603
395
152
other pulse products
0.032
1.57
230
190
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.993
58.65
965
713
160
milk: liquid (litre)
6.722
203.62
954
697
161
baby food
0.004
1.02
30
15
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.012
1.84
55
32
163
curd
0.186
9.02
369
280
164
ghee
0.068
22.64
342
248
165
butter
0.004
1.15
58
39
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttarakhand
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
2.53
123
67
167
other milk products
-
3.41
119
107
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
245.24
973
716
170
salt
0.203
2.65
961
708
171
sugar – PDS
0.291
4.13
560
406
172
sugar – other sources
0.719
24.45
942
690
173
gur
0.035
1.17
136
107
174
candy, misri
0.012
0.65
77
69
175
honey
0.001
0.34
27
23
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.261
33.40
969
716
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.027
1.94
65
33
181
mustard oil
0.479
39.53
776
567
182
groundnut oil
0.004
0.37
6
5
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
1
184
refined oil
0.335
27.04
589
433
185
edible oil: others
0.004
0.27
8
5
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.848
69.17
965
713
190
eggs (no.)
2.380
9.08
300
227
191
fish, prawn
0.076
7.34
62
42
192
goat meat/mutton
0.078
16.58
93
63
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.097
8.94
85
46
194
pork
0.018
2.40
20
6
195
chicken
0.102
15.44
113
111
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
59.79
474
353
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.930
23.03
960
707
201
onion
0.866
14.18
941
687
202
tomato
0.761
17.11
892
662
203
brinjal
0.224
3.76
268
194
204
radish
0.281
3.75
310
220
205
carrot
0.105
1.44
129
83
206
palak/other
0.543
7.47
427
330
207
green chillies
0.075
3.04
519
370
208
lady's finger
0.305
7.17
377
256
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.025
0.59
36
21
211
cauliflower
0.537
10.06
446
327
212
cabbage
0.243
3.47
253
199
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.610
9.82
480
331
214
peas
0.280
5.66
352
251
215
beans, barbati
0.052
1.44
92
81
216
lemon (no.)
0.911
2.14
174
112
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttarakhand
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.629
12.59
495
372
-
126.73
965
713
banana (no.)
5.958
15.38
396
274
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.063
0.78
31
20
223
pineapple (no.)
0.001
0.04
1
1
224
coconut (no.)
0.026
0.50
17
9
225
green coconut (no.)
0.002
0.04
2
1
226
guava
0.240
4.11
189
97
227
singara
0.008
0.11
4
4
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.840
3.19
89
71
230
papaya
0.133
3.38
87
55
231
mango
0.179
6.01
105
97
232
kharbooza
0.038
0.83
32
17
233
pears/nashpati
0.006
0.21
7
8
234
berries
0.007
0.32
14
9
235
leechi
0.029
1.86
28
25
236
apple
0.274
21.29
311
198
237
grapes
0.070
4.00
105
98
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.24
44
32
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
64.28
735
545
240
coconut: copra
0.008
1.06
42
34
241
groundnut
0.068
6.23
179
128
242
dates
0.006
1.00
25
17
243
cashewnut
0.005
2.65
45
37
244
walnut
0.000
0.10
1
4
245
other nuts
0.005
2.24
38
16
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.012
2.76
88
67
247
other dry fruits
0.008
3.00
71
51
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.111
19.04
345
232
250
ginger (gm)
76.302
4.05
543
395
251
garlic (gm)
68.873
5.42
669
505
252
jeera (gm)
32.864
7.17
908
657
253
dhania (gm)
88.006
9.95
896
668
254
turmeric (gm)
41.039
7.84
922
681
255
black pepper (gm)
2.707
0.89
104
80
256
dry chillies (gm)
41.250
6.33
860
634
257
tamarind (gm)
0.233
0.03
3
6
258
curry powder (gm)
13.834
4.46
302
233
260
oilseeds (gm)
261
other spices (gm)
* unless otherwise specified
0.053
0.01
1
4
25.025
7.13
490
339
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Uttarakhand
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
390.186
53.31
967
714
5.137
26.20
504
371
111.770
25.09
957
705
0.025
0.27
10
8
0.529
0.51
22
16
274
mineral water (litre)
0.010
0.11
9
5
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.109
4.32
87
67
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.034
2.30
45
41
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.35
28
19
279
beverages: sub-total
-
60.16
976
722
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.287
10.69
53
49
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.141
3.24
10
14
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.736
7.89
79
68
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
22.66
534
390
284
other served processed food
-
1.69
75
63
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
46.17
632
475
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
17.79
226
149
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
20.54
747
573
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.057
7.48
324
261
293
chips (gm)
13.545
3.19
112
73
294
pickles (gm)
24.356
2.70
170
126
10.672
1.19
53
32
-
3.11
120
117
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
296
other packaged food
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
55.97
857
634
777
total: food group
-
1083.86
1000
734
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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West Bengal
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.370
1.47
114
373
102
rice – other sources
5.873
142.74
902
2567
103
chira
0.037
0.95
127
367
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.17
21
58
105
muri
0.463
14.63
787
2233
106
other rice products
0.008
0.19
12
27
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.381
2.53
192
581
108
wheat/atta – other sources
1.905
32.92
758
2101
110
maida
0.195
3.65
386
1038
111
suji, rawa
0.036
1.02
259
720
112
sewai, noodles
0.051
3.26
256
694
113
bread: bakery
0.085
2.46
270
759
114
other wheat products
0.007
0.39
11
25
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.002
0.02
1
1
117
maize & its products
0.015
0.27
10
33
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
1
122
other cereals
0.004
0.19
13
33
129
cereal: sub-total
9.436
206.87
949
2671
139
cereal substitutes
0.001
0.03
6
18
140
arhar, tur
0.041
2.98
157
462
141
gram: split
0.023
1.12
164
501
142
gram: whole
0.010
0.46
68
194
143
moong
0.100
9.60
543
1489
144
masur
0.303
17.28
852
2411
145
urd
0.014
0.82
103
304
146
peas
0.022
0.90
156
469
147
khesari
0.002
0.09
13
41
148
other pulses
0.008
0.44
50
146
150
gram products
0.005
0.42
39
79
151
besan
0.028
1.14
318
903
152
other pulse products
0.019
1.28
197
528
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.575
36.54
928
2601
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.564
64.39
639
1822
161
baby food
0.015
4.41
48
126
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.022
5.30
186
530
163
curd
0.027
2.46
118
319
164
ghee
0.014
4.37
269
755
165
butter
0.005
1.43
106
313
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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West Bengal
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.27
81
219
167
other milk products
-
0.78
33
96
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
84.39
782
2192
170
salt
0.281
3.21
916
2597
171
sugar – PDS
0.026
0.51
63
217
172
sugar – other sources
0.549
18.64
902
2504
173
gur
0.020
0.96
90
283
174
candy, misri
0.012
0.65
179
462
175
honey
0.001
0.34
32
88
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.889
24.30
940
2629
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.010
0.79
23
65
181
mustard oil
0.668
59.39
866
2472
182
groundnut oil
0.005
0.43
8
23
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.02
1
1
184
refined oil
0.171
15.89
436
1125
185
edible oil: others
0.007
0.62
23
59
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.861
77.15
920
2610
190
eggs (no.)
6.169
22.13
687
1938
191
fish, prawn
1.032
130.46
792
2221
192
goat meat/mutton
0.067
19.77
92
279
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.147
14.38
81
138
194
pork
0.002
0.26
3
10
195
chicken
0.318
39.77
376
1002
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.50
5
13
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
227.27
868
2444
200
potato
3.664
33.12
914
2600
201
onion
0.739
11.68
891
2517
202
tomato
0.342
6.96
635
1749
203
brinjal
0.504
9.86
647
1800
204
radish
0.062
0.80
93
299
205
carrot
0.069
1.55
153
407
206
palak/other
0.705
8.89
692
1990
207
green chillies
0.126
6.30
878
2495
208
lady's finger
0.218
5.73
378
1024
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.371
9.15
478
1349
211
cauliflower
0.394
4.73
287
831
212
cabbage
0.377
3.83
295
833
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.436
5.80
469
1305
214
peas
0.068
1.36
120
322
215
beans, barbati
0.112
3.01
248
665
216
lemon (no.)
2.022
3.66
452
1251
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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West Bengal
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.895
17.71
777
2147
-
134.16
919
2608
banana (no.)
5.185
10.78
475
1294
jackfruit
0.013
0.18
9
32
222
watermelon
0.037
0.54
21
72
223
pineapple (no.)
0.032
0.85
19
55
224
coconut (no.)
0.121
1.88
70
199
225
green coconut (no.)
0.095
1.20
35
100
226
guava
0.123
3.40
163
432
227
singara
0.005
0.13
11
22
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.906
8.56
266
749
230
papaya
0.027
0.74
23
80
231
mango
0.170
6.91
120
340
232
kharbooza
0.004
0.10
3
5
233
pears/nashpati
0.005
0.41
12
32
234
berries
0.002
0.09
2
7
235
leechi
0.021
1.22
32
80
236
apple
0.133
11.86
200
593
237
grapes
0.048
3.14
111
302
238
other fresh fruits
-
6.16
224
565
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
58.15
750
2026
240
coconut: copra
0.001
0.03
1
6
241
groundnut
0.005
0.40
37
121
242
dates
0.009
0.73
57
178
243
cashewnut
0.006
2.75
76
214
244
walnut
0.000
0.06
2
6
245
other nuts
0.000
0.03
1
8
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.008
1.85
89
249
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.25
10
27
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.030
6.09
160
468
250
ginger (gm)
102.092
6.13
901
2562
251
garlic (gm)
52.859
4.67
820
2291
252
jeera (gm)
39.411
8.64
868
2452
253
dhania (gm)
16.262
2.14
483
1317
254
turmeric (gm)
58.627
11.09
897
2546
255
black pepper (gm)
3.487
1.12
199
529
256
dry chillies (gm)
26.743
4.04
706
1986
257
tamarind (gm)
1.917
0.18
28
86
258
curry powder (gm)
6.003
1.48
121
377
260
oilseeds (gm)
23.202
1.72
476
1301
261
other spices (gm)
48.350
10.18
798
2225
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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West Bengal
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
378.952
51.36
913
2600
270
tea: cups (no.)
8.979
20.82
549
1437
271
tea: leaf (gm)
70.699
16.31
812
2351
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.093
0.35
11
25
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.759
0.70
25
76
274
mineral water (litre)
0.136
1.06
24
75
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.089
3.49
79
233
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.025
1.40
32
87
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
6.99
87
226
279
beverages: sub-total
-
51.12
958
2634
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.773
55.98
160
357
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.237
4.98
21
43
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.687
5.86
86
256
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
47.03
717
1929
284
other served processed food
-
4.77
129
358
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
118.62
791
2150
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
25.47
578
1525
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
25.30
921
2538
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.114
10.22
568
1531
293
chips (gm)
7.805
2.23
132
361
294
pickles (gm)
4.297
0.59
43
141
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
10.082
1.60
76
206
296
other packaged food
-
4.72
85
245
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
70.14
961
2650
777
total: food group
-
1146.20
1000
2746
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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A&N Island
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
3.951
35.90
659
187
102
rice – other sources
3.290
90.72
695
205
103
chira
0.000
0.00
0
0
104
khoi, lawa
0.001
0.04
5
1
105
muri
0.010
0.85
69
17
106
other rice products
0.005
0.21
5
1
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.590
4.05
235
68
108
wheat/atta – other sources
1.277
31.70
610
170
110
maida
0.046
2.15
218
64
111
suji, rawa
0.141
6.86
550
150
112
sewai, noodles
0.119
8.59
558
157
113
bread: bakery
0.224
11.21
559
149
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
9.654
192.27
949
275
139
cereal substitutes
0.003
0.06
9
4
140
arhar, tur
0.448
32.65
836
241
141
gram: split
0.034
1.92
250
79
142
gram: whole
0.044
2.32
266
79
143
moong
0.107
7.76
399
112
144
masur
0.219
11.51
565
164
145
urd
0.141
10.20
525
145
146
peas
0.058
2.04
331
94
147
khesari
0.003
0.10
6
3
148
other pulses
0.006
0.53
52
17
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.022
1.28
136
39
152
other pulse products
0.023
1.89
136
37
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.105
72.20
948
274
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.331
84.16
469
134
161
baby food
0.008
2.52
19
5
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.175
51.94
648
191
163
curd
0.010
0.81
83
23
164
ghee
0.017
7.02
258
69
165
butter
0.004
0.50
53
14
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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A&N Island
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.88
49
11
167
other milk products
-
0.00
0
0
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
147.83
842
244
170
salt
0.277
3.46
949
275
171
sugar – PDS
0.721
9.78
779
222
172
sugar – other sources
0.106
3.83
181
52
173
gur
0.005
0.25
39
13
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.04
10
3
175
honey
0.000
0.07
8
2
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.110
17.43
949
275
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.003
0.35
7
2
181
mustard oil
0.336
35.47
389
109
182
groundnut oil
0.011
1.20
12
7
183
coconut oil
0.012
1.44
18
6
184
refined oil
0.677
86.61
677
197
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.14
3
2
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.041
125.21
949
275
190
eggs (no.)
6.448
28.80
726
208
191
fish, prawn
1.255
94.31
783
228
192
goat meat/mutton
0.025
7.58
24
5
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.024
3.18
20
6
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.884
91.06
545
159
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.027
2.92
15
3
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
227.85
886
258
200
potato
0.890
15.71
885
254
201
onion
0.936
19.57
948
274
202
tomato
0.610
22.50
898
262
203
brinjal
0.361
16.91
619
189
204
radish
0.011
0.38
19
8
205
carrot
0.125
8.41
313
86
206
palak/other
1.174
33.60
836
245
207
green chillies
0.123
12.84
842
246
208
lady's finger
0.646
29.92
759
216
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.146
7.91
216
62
211
cauliflower
0.095
5.93
138
46
212
cabbage
0.286
12.43
472
143
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.458
13.71
552
160
214
peas
0.021
1.51
75
19
215
beans, barbati
0.447
22.98
598
180
216
lemon (no.)
1.160
3.70
276
77
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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A&N Island
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.958
48.01
685
201
-
276.02
949
275
10.858
24.34
584
173
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.008
0.31
3
1
223
pineapple (no.)
0.019
0.78
10
2
224
coconut (no.)
0.539
6.55
278
81
225
green coconut (no.)
0.057
0.86
23
11
226
guava
0.020
0.66
23
7
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.283
11.35
85
24
230
papaya
0.032
0.95
14
3
231
mango
0.194
13.25
158
33
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.005
0.52
5
2
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.014
1.93
16
4
236
apple
0.339
51.82
353
98
237
grapes
0.077
12.32
115
29
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.58
29
8
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
129.22
853
244
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
242
dates
0.015
2.69
81
24
243
cashewnut
0.015
7.84
205
59
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.001
0.23
7
3
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.012
2.91
188
50
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.41
7
5
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.043
14.07
273
79
250
ginger (gm)
82.509
7.26
869
254
251
garlic (gm)
92.125
10.84
934
272
252
jeera (gm)
34.729
9.86
902
261
253
dhania (gm)
45.040
4.68
748
220
254
turmeric (gm)
44.328
13.03
942
272
255
black pepper (gm)
10.873
6.29
439
133
256
dry chillies (gm)
72.185
9.85
915
266
257
tamarind (gm)
93.842
12.81
795
226
258
curry powder (gm)
43.794
9.52
735
219
260
oilseeds (gm)
27.225
2.94
848
247
261
other spices (gm)
83.023
17.40
869
249
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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A&N Island
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
629.673
104.49
947
274
270
tea: cups (no.)
9.423
52.29
634
194
271
tea: leaf (gm)
89.573
28.39
895
254
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.011
0.05
2
1
273
coffee: powder (gm)
3.414
1.14
87
28
274
mineral water (litre)
0.031
0.55
7
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.013
0.64
19
4
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.057
3.40
74
23
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.24
1
1
279
beverages: sub-total
-
86.69
958
279
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.891
84.05
121
30
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.341
9.35
21
4
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.323
13.93
125
42
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
68.37
752
213
284
other served processed food
-
16.00
321
94
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
191.70
839
242
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
19.93
264
76
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
27.56
730
217
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.099
17.47
470
129
293
chips (gm)
12.167
2.21
68
18
294
pickles (gm)
40.241
6.69
308
94
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
7.997
1.39
82
19
296
other packaged food
-
13.02
187
58
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
88.26
902
261
777
total: food group
-
1673.31
1000
288
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Chandigarh
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.083
0.97
36
5
102
rice – other sources
1.749
47.81
891
223
103
chira
0.019
0.47
11
1
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.000
0.00
0
0
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.784
7.50
145
38
108
wheat/atta – other sources
4.993
85.64
870
204
110
maida
0.012
0.34
73
20
111
suji, rawa
0.054
1.44
352
70
112
sewai, noodles
0.013
0.74
61
18
113
bread: bakery
0.125
5.26
391
102
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.10
4
3
115
jowar & its products
0.001
0.02
8
1
116
bajra & its products
0.001
0.01
3
1
117
maize & its products
0.015
0.36
36
8
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
7.849
150.66
939
230
139
cereal substitutes
0.000
0.00
0
0
140
arhar, tur
0.153
11.39
619
149
141
gram: split
0.171
9.20
693
159
142
gram: whole
0.132
7.21
610
131
143
moong
0.171
12.59
858
205
144
masur
0.133
9.07
760
185
145
urd
0.160
11.32
764
173
146
peas
0.022
1.28
106
21
147
khesari
0.002
0.15
25
3
148
other pulses
0.182
13.75
574
125
150
gram products
0.015
0.92
55
11
151
besan
0.087
4.39
544
123
152
other pulse products
0.007
0.48
32
15
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.236
81.74
939
229
160
milk: liquid (litre)
8.463
261.67
932
228
161
baby food
0.009
2.42
37
2
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.000
0.00
0
0
163
curd
0.138
6.19
297
64
164
ghee
0.099
27.39
410
92
165
butter
0.002
0.38
32
10
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Chandigarh
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
3.10
111
27
167
other milk products
-
0.90
65
19
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
302.05
943
231
170
salt
0.250
3.41
939
230
171
sugar – PDS
0.066
2.01
41
10
172
sugar – other sources
0.904
30.12
894
218
173
gur
0.015
0.58
58
16
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.06
13
2
175
honey
0.002
0.31
20
7
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.237
36.49
943
231
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.100
7.50
183
43
181
mustard oil
0.509
40.08
812
197
182
groundnut oil
0.001
0.11
5
1
183
coconut oil
0.001
0.16
12
2
184
refined oil
0.229
19.30
488
120
185
edible oil: others
0.001
0.12
7
2
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.841
67.26
939
229
190
eggs (no.)
2.863
10.54
246
60
191
fish, prawn
0.005
0.60
6
2
192
goat meat/mutton
0.009
2.20
6
3
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.00
0
0
194
pork
0.000
0.03
0
1
195
chicken
0.192
26.43
162
38
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.000
0.00
0
0
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
39.80
306
80
200
potato
1.884
22.39
939
229
201
onion
1.534
20.89
939
228
202
tomato
0.982
19.52
905
214
203
brinjal
0.326
5.82
442
102
204
radish
0.390
4.38
366
88
205
carrot
0.253
3.34
216
60
206
palak/other
0.175
2.88
195
50
207
green chillies
0.148
5.96
578
144
208
lady's finger
0.370
8.63
409
83
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.012
0.24
13
4
211
cauliflower
0.498
7.08
419
90
212
cabbage
0.147
1.98
156
29
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.504
7.61
452
102
214
peas
0.261
5.99
262
69
215
beans, barbati
0.117
2.51
113
28
216
lemon (no.)
1.423
3.35
167
47
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Chandigarh
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.241
5.39
154
42
-
127.98
947
231
banana (no.)
5.781
19.95
409
100
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
222
watermelon
0.055
0.82
20
4
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
225
green coconut (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
226
guava
0.097
2.20
55
10
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.844
7.14
138
36
230
papaya
0.084
2.59
59
19
231
mango
0.594
22.67
191
46
232
kharbooza
0.047
0.77
17
5
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.06
2
1
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.042
2.57
39
10
236
apple
0.160
10.05
140
41
237
grapes
0.142
7.12
114
28
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.48
5
1
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
76.43
703
169
240
coconut: copra
0.002
0.33
11
2
241
groundnut
0.027
1.29
27
7
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.003
1.55
13
6
244
walnut
0.000
0.12
3
1
245
other nuts
0.015
5.97
68
16
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.014
3.97
81
19
247
other dry fruits
0.006
2.21
26
6
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.067
15.44
145
36
250
ginger (gm)
104.943
5.99
655
156
251
garlic (gm)
62.943
4.11
580
143
252
jeera (gm)
69.510
11.83
884
214
253
dhania (gm)
62.180
7.20
761
175
254
turmeric (gm)
89.185
13.16
935
227
255
black pepper (gm)
12.343
2.77
211
48
256
dry chillies (gm)
86.743
12.46
885
215
257
tamarind (gm)
3.058
0.49
34
6
258
curry powder (gm)
6.407
1.84
102
23
260
oilseeds (gm)
0.171
0.02
3
2
261
other spices (gm)
37.724
6.16
393
89
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Chandigarh
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption**
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
535.206
66.10
935
227
270
tea: cups (no.)
13.565
63.26
559
141
271
tea: leaf (gm)
161.903
30.39
920
225
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.128
0.80
13
6
273
coffee: powder (gm)
1.525
0.66
29
7
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.002
0.09
2
3
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.137
6.83
82
28
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
2.35
33
9
279
beverages: sub-total
-
104.38
999
246
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.898
57.13
83
29
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.227
2.92
11
2
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
50.48
359
87
284
other served processed food
-
2.69
11
5
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
113.21
372
96
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
16.55
165
38
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
36.12
608
132
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.137
19.07
424
94
293
chips (gm)
20.159
4.06
130
24
294
pickles (gm)
18.698
3.06
80
20
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
11.246
1.33
43
14
296
other packaged food
-
1.52
32
8
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
81.71
686
156
777
total: food group
-
1263.24
1000
248
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Dadra & N. Haveli
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
(3)
value (Rs)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.384
3.29
181
22
102
rice – other sources
2.829
60.75
825
88
103
chira
0.203
6.66
549
57
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.066
2.63
221
22
106
other rice products
0.029
0.52
7
2
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.049
0.37
72
4
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.899
72.97
827
84
110
maida
0.060
1.49
135
7
111
suji, rawa
0.137
4.08
504
46
112
sewai, noodles
0.001
0.10
25
2
113
bread: bakery
0.011
0.57
68
9
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.223
5.80
160
12
116
bajra & its products
0.067
1.02
34
5
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
7.957
160.25
873
91
139
cereal substitutes
0.027
1.42
145
10
140
arhar, tur
0.526
33.86
866
90
141
gram: split
0.103
5.21
427
35
142
gram: whole
0.065
3.00
401
36
143
moong
0.160
10.68
696
74
144
masur
0.001
0.03
7
2
145
urd
0.099
6.64
545
63
146
peas
0.004
0.18
46
5
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.034
1.90
145
16
150
gram products
0.002
0.10
7
1
151
besan
0.133
8.67
575
51
152
other pulse products
0.009
0.52
56
7
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.135
70.79
873
91
160
milk: liquid (litre)
6.018
229.87
954
86
161
baby food
0.014
4.12
85
9
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.004
0.56
15
1
163
curd
0.043
1.79
171
10
164
ghee
0.052
14.90
258
23
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
0
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Dadra & N. Haveli
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
(3)
value (Rs)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.31
12
1
167
other milk products
-
0.05
8
1
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
251.60
954
86
170
salt
0.206
2.77
873
91
171
sugar – PDS
0.000
0.00
0
0
172
sugar – other sources
0.921
29.02
990
91
173
gur
0.047
1.82
266
20
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.02
7
1
175
honey
0.000
0.00
0
0
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.174
33.62
997
92
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.000
0.00
0
0
181
mustard oil
0.381
35.08
325
27
182
groundnut oil
0.248
26.06
159
18
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.677
57.16
384
44
185
edible oil: others
0.065
5.26
53
6
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.371
123.56
873
91
190
eggs (no.)
1.021
4.71
141
16
191
fish, prawn
0.040
3.78
72
5
192
goat meat/mutton
0.007
1.86
18
3
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.000
0.00
0
0
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.178
21.92
240
24
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
32.28
356
33
14.61
873
91
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
1.193
201
onion
0.748
9.07
831
88
202
tomato
1.062
19.46
851
89
203
brinjal
0.455
11.21
626
62
204
radish
0.010
0.21
28
4
205
carrot
0.014
0.29
34
4
206
palak/other
0.271
8.06
391
44
207
green chillies
0.173
6.70
798
81
208
lady's finger
0.393
12.81
641
67
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.039
2.16
50
6
211
cauliflower
0.188
6.34
276
32
212
cabbage
0.314
7.72
546
62
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.034
0.77
55
6
214
peas
0.046
1.31
89
10
215
beans, barbati
0.175
8.76
307
31
216
lemon (no.)
1.504
2.94
367
40
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Dadra & N. Haveli
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
watermelon
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
(3)
value (Rs)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
0.408
13.75
600
59
-
126.18
873
91
12.249
30.05
656
57
0.000
0.00
0
0
0.000
0.00
0
0
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.008
0.12
4
1
1
225
green coconut (no.)
0.016
0.20
7
226
guava
0.036
0.89
19
3
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.681
2.62
73
8
230
papaya
0.013
0.41
12
2
231
mango
0.096
3.00
147
10
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.04
1
1
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.135
15.63
124
9
237
grapes
0.026
1.72
70
8
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.77
17
2
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
55.44
771
66
240
coconut: copra
0.002
0.25
9
2
241
groundnut
0.002
0.12
10
3
242
dates
0.000
0.00
0
0
243
cashewnut
0.022
13.50
221
17
244
walnut
0.013
5.05
56
5
245
other nuts
0.010
6.19
90
4
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.015
3.57
148
11
247
other dry fruits
0.022
9.81
173
10
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.086
38.49
270
22
250
ginger (gm)
128.830
5.87
819
86
251
garlic (gm)
71.059
5.31
858
90
252
jeera (gm)
31.592
6.77
860
90
253
dhania (gm)
56.043
8.81
856
90
254
turmeric (gm)
44.831
9.53
873
91
255
black pepper (gm)
2.240
0.62
90
11
256
dry chillies (gm)
81.820
15.43
860
89
257
tamarind (gm)
2.123
0.17
46
10
258
curry powder (gm)
0.598
0.19
25
2
260
oilseeds (gm)
41.524
2.87
873
91
261
other spices (gm)
52.411
11.85
799
83
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Dadra & N. Haveli
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
(3)
value (Rs)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
(5)
in sample
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
513.070
67.42
873
91
270
tea: cups (no.)
4.749
47.11
437
30
271
tea: leaf (gm)
86.077
23.27
975
89
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.026
0.03
1
1
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
0
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.00
0
0
279
beverages: sub-total
-
70.45
995
93
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.961
97.57
133
3
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.035
0.52
2
1
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.218
1.09
24
6
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
23.76
425
30
284
other served processed food
-
0.88
22
2
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
123.83
449
37
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
0.67
9
2
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
36.01
872
79
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.058
10.78
231
20
293
chips (gm)
11.837
1.75
85
11
294
pickles (gm)
16.671
1.90
128
16
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
296
other packaged food
-
2.82
76
7
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
53.92
895
83
777
total: food group
-
1209.24
1000
94
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Daman & Diu
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.131
1.26
100
9
102
rice – other sources
2.950
65.66
860
58
103
chira
0.106
3.61
527
33
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.100
3.84
449
24
106
other rice products
0.032
0.58
59
4
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.010
0.06
4
2
108
wheat/atta – other sources
2.932
48.96
831
57
110
maida
0.017
0.41
122
9
111
suji, rawa
0.046
1.34
300
19
112
sewai, noodles
0.018
1.59
172
9
113
bread: bakery
0.047
2.38
312
17
114
other wheat products
0.000
0.00
0
0
115
jowar & its products
0.293
6.43
156
12
116
bajra & its products
0.320
4.28
245
19
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
122
other cereals
0.000
0.00
0
0
129
cereal: sub-total
7.001
140.41
890
60
139
cereal substitutes
0.012
0.78
158
7
140
arhar, tur
0.316
20.89
890
60
141
gram: split
0.042
1.96
326
18
142
gram: whole
0.023
1.05
150
14
143
moong
0.110
7.69
772
50
144
masur
0.025
1.42
92
8
145
urd
0.066
4.58
517
34
146
peas
0.000
0.00
0
0
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
0
148
other pulses
0.002
0.12
26
1
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.077
4.57
688
47
152
other pulse products
0.013
0.83
202
7
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.674
43.12
890
60
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.153
174.63
798
55
6
161
baby food
0.015
4.47
113
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.001
0.23
25
3
163
curd
0.083
4.14
348
24
164
ghee
0.048
16.52
328
19
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
0
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Daman & Diu
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
5.50
213
8
167
other milk products
-
3.99
298
15
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
209.47
806
56
170
salt
0.198
1.86
890
60
171
sugar – PDS
0.008
0.13
12
2
172
sugar – other sources
0.701
22.64
835
57
173
gur
0.066
2.55
446
26
0
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.00
0
175
honey
0.000
0.09
28
1
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.973
27.28
890
60
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.000
0.00
0
0
181
mustard oil
0.003
0.35
2
1
182
groundnut oil
0.206
25.04
198
10
183
coconut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
184
refined oil
0.359
30.64
289
22
185
edible oil: others
0.406
30.52
400
27
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.974
86.54
890
60
190
eggs (no.)
3.949
14.65
439
29
191
fish, prawn
0.997
60.29
651
41
192
goat meat/mutton
0.039
8.35
70
4
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.009
1.46
30
3
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.218
28.09
323
23
0.000
0.00
0
0
-
112.82
676
47
9.17
885
59
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.756
201
onion
0.572
6.97
874
59
202
tomato
0.627
12.98
890
60
203
brinjal
0.362
10.17
634
41
204
radish
0.048
0.96
97
4
205
carrot
0.008
0.20
21
2
206
palak/other
0.116
3.72
250
22
207
green chillies
0.163
6.33
825
56
208
lady's finger
0.259
8.08
541
30
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.000
0.00
0
0
211
cauliflower
0.197
5.75
453
27
212
cabbage
0.284
5.84
597
42
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.071
1.67
109
8
214
peas
0.050
1.85
157
7
215
beans, barbati
0.085
3.63
197
12
216
lemon (no.)
3.876
6.81
775
50
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Daman & Diu
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
222
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.477
14.55
711
44
-
98.74
890
60
banana (no.)
6.365
16.87
541
35
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
watermelon
0.000
0.00
0
0
223
pineapple (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
224
coconut (no.)
0.017
0.12
15
1
225
green coconut (no.)
0.571
6.05
236
14
226
guava
0.030
0.81
37
3
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.534
1.89
89
5
230
papaya
0.004
0.08
7
1
231
mango
0.546
45.32
242
6
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.121
14.35
278
16
237
grapes
0.028
2.08
98
6
238
other fresh fruits
-
8.06
258
13
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
95.65
885
50
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.35
15
1
241
groundnut
0.102
7.22
451
24
242
dates
0.014
0.91
55
5
243
cashewnut
0.008
4.63
149
9
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.012
5.20
157
10
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.012
3.65
178
10
247
other dry fruits
0.060
5.96
94
4
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.210
27.92
591
32
250
ginger (gm)
84.688
5.45
675
42
251
garlic (gm)
87.759
6.21
890
60
252
jeera (gm)
23.789
4.72
867
59
253
dhania (gm)
45.764
6.10
850
57
254
turmeric (gm)
41.058
8.13
876
59
255
black pepper (gm)
2.500
0.91
181
13
256
dry chillies (gm)
103.975
17.23
883
59
257
tamarind (gm)
7.479
0.58
253
17
258
curry powder (gm)
3.268
0.91
200
10
260
oilseeds (gm)
33.215
2.43
852
58
261
other spices (gm)
38.722
6.75
829
55
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Daman & Diu
item code
Urban
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
472.219
59.38
890
60
270
tea: cups (no.)
4.468
41.41
650
35
271
tea: leaf (gm)
98.880
22.34
841
58
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
0
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.212
6.26
287
10
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.001
0.12
11
1
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.00
0
0
279
beverages: sub-total
-
70.12
1000
64
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.176
7.03
26
1
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
2.279
57.14
139
5
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.575
3.27
67
4
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
21.23
497
25
284
other served processed food
-
3.30
198
13
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
91.96
684
37
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
1.67
55
4
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
22.65
631
40
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.147
14.57
365
18
293
chips (gm)
26.501
4.17
189
12
294
pickles (gm)
14.297
1.81
238
14
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.000
0.00
0
0
296
other packaged food
-
5.33
232
14
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
50.16
859
56
777
total: food group
-
1114.35
1000
64
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Lakshadweep
Urban
item description
item code
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
6.426
65.69
876
112
102
rice – other sources
0.708
17.17
300
36
103
chira
0.030
1.46
120
17
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.00
0
0
105
muri
0.000
0.00
0
0
106
other rice products
0.052
1.84
90
15
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.066
1.08
77
10
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.771
20.01
746
90
110
maida
0.645
15.69
724
99
111
suji, rawa
0.132
4.11
388
47
112
sewai, noodles
0.006
0.53
46
9
113
bread: bakery
0.065
3.12
249
34
114
other wheat products
0.010
1.42
38
4
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
117
maize & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.003
0.09
16
3
122
other cereals
0.001
0.09
10
3
129
cereal: sub-total
8.915
132.30
933
119
139
cereal substitutes
0.021
0.43
43
7
140
arhar, tur
0.254
19.19
858
109
141
gram: split
0.010
0.73
49
9
142
gram: whole
0.123
6.04
411
61
143
moong
0.120
9.13
511
68
144
masur
0.000
0.00
0
0
145
urd
0.055
4.25
307
44
146
peas
0.109
4.23
424
56
147
khesari
0.014
0.80
48
12
148
other pulses
0.009
0.40
49
5
150
gram products
0.000
0.00
0
0
151
besan
0.002
0.11
12
3
152
other pulse products
0.005
0.19
16
2
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.701
45.06
900
115
160
milk: liquid (litre)
0.306
8.33
129
16
161
baby food
0.001
0.18
3
1
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.129
31.81
434
63
163
curd
0.000
0.00
0
0
164
ghee
0.012
3.91
109
20
165
butter
0.000
0.00
0
0
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Lakshadweep
Urban
item description
item code
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.22
67
11
167
other milk products
-
0.00
0
0
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
45.46
627
83
170
salt
0.240
2.29
923
118
171
sugar – PDS
0.821
11.17
876
113
172
sugar – other sources
0.564
20.03
614
80
173
gur
0.042
2.52
192
26
2
174
candy, misri
0.000
0.02
7
175
honey
0.001
0.34
43
7
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.669
36.38
933
119
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.002
0.22
24
2
181
mustard oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
182
groundnut oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
183
coconut oil
0.375
42.10
591
78
184
refined oil
0.162
14.17
186
24
185
edible oil: others
0.264
20.61
393
49
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.803
77.11
933
119
190
eggs (no.)
7.066
28.96
532
71
191
fish, prawn
3.801
400.52
889
112
192
goat meat/mutton
0.000
0.00
0
0
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.821
125.20
502
65
194
pork
0.000
0.00
0
0
195
chicken
0.361
40.49
220
32
0.006
1.67
7
1
-
596.81
925
117
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
200
potato
0.506
11.64
696
91
201
onion
0.956
18.21
893
116
202
tomato
0.680
22.01
834
107
203
brinjal
0.117
4.05
373
49
204
radish
0.000
0.00
0
0
205
carrot
0.230
9.14
532
72
206
palak/other
0.039
1.71
286
46
207
green chillies
0.139
7.26
898
116
208
lady's finger
0.223
6.48
503
66
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.012
0.42
42
8
211
cauliflower
0.000
0.00
0
0
212
cabbage
0.194
4.51
355
52
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.056
1.59
175
29
214
peas
0.000
0.00
0
0
215
beans, barbati
0.118
4.27
261
42
216
lemon (no.)
0.723
1.76
100
13
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Lakshadweep
Urban
item description
item code
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.211
6.06
312
41
-
99.09
933
119
banana (no.)
7.656
28.92
526
66
jackfruit
0.000
0.00
0
0
222
watermelon
0.031
0.72
16
3
223
pineapple (no.)
0.050
0.42
28
4
224
coconut (no.)
9.599
53.46
903
116
225
green coconut (no.)
0.469
3.08
56
7
226
guava
0.000
0.00
0
0
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
2.242
14.34
220
32
230
papaya
0.040
0.20
17
2
231
mango
0.000
0.00
0
0
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.280
30.04
326
44
237
grapes
0.072
4.66
118
13
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.05
36
6
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
137.92
946
121
240
coconut: copra
0.000
0.00
0
0
241
groundnut
0.017
2.08
52
8
242
dates
0.101
12.35
212
29
243
cashewnut
0.015
6.88
130
21
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
0
245
other nuts
0.000
0.10
4
2
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.006
0.99
49
9
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.88
8
2
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.141
23.29
343
51
250
ginger (gm)
85.988
5.02
907
114
251
garlic (gm)
88.167
8.15
926
117
252
jeera (gm)
22.671
5.00
643
87
253
dhania (gm)
89.579
10.16
870
111
254
turmeric (gm)
35.295
5.99
917
116
255
black pepper (gm)
18.825
6.93
576
77
256
dry chillies (gm)
174.697
24.88
916
117
257
tamarind (gm)
46.728
5.13
698
94
258
curry powder (gm)
64.228
13.01
641
80
260
oilseeds (gm)
30.591
2.86
932
118
261
other spices (gm)
72.841
6.53
684
94
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Lakshadweep
Urban
item description
item code
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
coffee: powder (gm)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
729.611
93.67
933
119
9.522
47.27
565
76
155.368
22.33
933
119
0.000
0.00
0
0
4.154
2.03
72
8
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
0
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.028
1.47
23
4
0
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.000
0.00
0
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
3.92
44
5
279
beverages: sub-total
-
77.04
1000
128
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.476
46.76
131
19
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.096
2.87
22
2
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
3.073
37.03
330
46
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
10.60
152
21
284
other served processed food
-
29.18
151
15
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
126.45
568
77
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
13.70
243
33
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
31.51
675
88
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.115
15.69
303
43
293
chips (gm)
69.563
12.29
308
45
294
pickles (gm)
27.126
3.80
124
19
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
2.824
0.37
35
4
296
other packaged food
-
15.86
144
22
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
93.21
849
107
777
total: food group
-
1584.21
1000
128
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Puducherry
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
2.337
20.43
668
317
102
rice – other sources
5.265
135.79
850
384
103
chira
0.005
0.22
52
28
104
khoi, lawa
0.000
0.01
8
3
105
muri
0.003
0.11
38
19
106
other rice products
0.170
2.82
109
45
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.664
4.49
470
222
108
wheat/atta – other sources
0.240
7.40
335
147
110
maida
0.134
4.04
388
181
111
suji, rawa
0.193
6.16
634
276
112
sewai, noodles
0.058
3.51
287
132
113
bread: bakery
0.036
1.86
196
91
114
other wheat products
0.001
0.05
2
2
115
jowar & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
116
bajra & its products
0.002
0.06
7
4
117
maize & its products
0.001
0.05
2
1
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
3
1
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
121
ragi & its products
0.043
1.12
122
50
122
other cereals
0.004
0.31
7
5
129
cereal: sub-total
9.155
188.45
873
403
139
cereal substitutes
0.014
0.21
13
13
140
arhar, tur
0.385
28.24
871
400
141
gram: split
0.098
5.97
677
295
142
gram: whole
0.040
2.50
229
121
143
moong
0.102
7.31
641
306
144
masur
0.001
0.05
4
2
145
urd
0.381
27.94
813
366
146
peas
0.002
0.11
20
14
147
khesari
0.000
0.00
0
1
148
other pulses
0.004
0.19
30
14
150
gram products
0.097
6.31
594
249
151
besan
0.016
0.85
141
60
152
other pulse products
0.027
1.64
185
85
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.153
81.11
872
402
160
milk: liquid (litre)
6.170
154.21
889
393
161
baby food
0.003
0.72
13
7
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.57
18
17
163
curd
0.092
4.60
295
124
164
ghee
0.018
6.04
325
148
165
butter
0.001
0.36
18
9
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Puducherry
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.74
81
47
167
other milk products
-
1.14
37
16
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
169.38
903
400
170
salt
0.309
3.65
861
400
171
sugar – PDS
0.078
1.14
167
75
172
sugar – other sources
0.585
18.53
802
372
173
gur
0.048
2.06
327
144
174
candy, misri
0.003
0.17
29
12
175
honey
0.001
0.35
19
19
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.024
25.90
874
404
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.000
0.01
2
2
181
mustard oil
0.000
0.00
0
0
182
groundnut oil
0.006
0.58
4
3
183
coconut oil
0.014
1.41
25
29
184
refined oil
0.764
60.23
796
348
185
edible oil: others
0.115
9.97
283
125
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.899
72.19
871
402
190
eggs (no.)
6.796
19.98
703
314
191
fish, prawn
0.678
76.81
670
309
192
goat meat/mutton
0.084
28.91
128
61
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.010
1.44
8
5
194
pork
0.000
0.07
1
1
195
chicken
0.467
52.74
523
227
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.29
5
4
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
180.23
795
367
200
potato
0.515
9.36
810
379
201
onion
1.130
15.93
870
401
202
tomato
0.976
15.20
859
399
203
brinjal
0.397
8.29
775
340
204
radish
0.205
3.74
546
234
205
carrot
0.387
11.56
784
352
206
palak/other
0.199
6.16
527
251
207
green chillies
0.102
3.41
797
370
208
lady's finger
0.385
7.84
709
324
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.026
0.46
55
25
211
cauliflower
0.086
2.20
213
92
212
cabbage
0.326
5.24
610
281
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.051
0.93
155
67
214
peas
0.015
0.60
78
36
215
beans, barbati
0.271
8.91
638
286
216
lemon (no.)
2.274
5.42
580
258
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Puducherry
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.589
12.99
803
373
-
118.29
870
401
banana (no.)
8.160
19.65
858
379
jackfruit
0.008
0.08
3
4
222
watermelon
0.053
1.11
26
16
223
pineapple (no.)
0.085
0.73
26
9
224
coconut (no.)
1.685
12.39
723
331
225
green coconut (no.)
0.233
2.06
44
21
226
guava
0.073
1.79
66
32
227
singara
0.000
0.00
0
0
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.824
9.05
202
101
230
papaya
0.016
0.28
14
5
231
mango
0.221
7.87
130
63
232
kharbooza
0.000
0.00
0
0
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.00
0
0
234
berries
0.000
0.00
0
0
235
leechi
0.000
0.00
0
0
236
apple
0.180
21.14
243
127
237
grapes
0.154
8.97
254
127
238
other fresh fruits
-
5.44
134
56
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
90.55
935
415
240
coconut: copra
0.001
0.03
7
7
241
groundnut
0.020
1.65
111
55
242
dates
0.016
2.17
96
53
243
cashewnut
0.009
3.56
122
63
244
walnut
0.000
0.06
4
2
245
other nuts
0.000
0.01
1
1
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.17
9
7
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.29
21
9
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.047
7.95
254
132
250
ginger (gm)
66.642
4.05
796
361
251
garlic (gm)
163.934
13.44
869
399
252
jeera (gm)
30.464
6.98
848
386
253
dhania (gm)
99.762
9.02
848
390
254
turmeric (gm)
28.618
6.07
863
395
255
black pepper (gm)
23.422
9.29
793
360
256
dry chillies (gm)
114.429
13.28
864
398
257
tamarind (gm)
213.769
25.52
865
399
258
curry powder (gm)
43.208
8.73
710
325
260
oilseeds (gm)
34.426
2.98
838
391
261
other spices (gm)
49.525
7.39
826
381
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
Puducherry
Urban
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
868.199
106.70
871
402
270
tea: cups (no.)
8.458
45.75
539
239
271
tea: leaf (gm)
59.036
20.45
745
344
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.229
1.15
45
5
273
coffee: powder (gm)
16.230
8.17
290
133
274
mineral water (litre)
0.093
0.20
5
4
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.042
1.91
54
27
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.022
1.49
33
22
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
9.93
181
75
279
beverages: sub-total
-
89.04
970
434
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
2.533
65.67
279
140
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.740
16.37
46
28
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.127
27.09
130
49
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
30.77
442
188
284
other served processed food
-
5.09
116
50
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
145.00
686
308
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
15.61
315
135
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
30.52
808
345
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.126
15.62
474
206
293
chips (gm)
17.515
2.77
144
71
294
pickles (gm)
13.118
2.24
178
79
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.531
0.33
14
7
296
other packaged food
-
7.36
157
68
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
74.45
907
401
777
total: food group
-
1349.45
1000
447
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:01
item code
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.539
6.79
458
1103
102
rice – other sources
3.287
56.91
807
1895
103
chira
0.043
1.05
162
425
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.10
11
29
105
muri
0.052
1.67
174
467
106
other rice products
0.015
0.26
14
31
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.953
4.56
429
864
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.195
41.11
691
1420
110
maida
0.018
0.36
90
203
111
suji, rawa
0.037
0.86
203
470
112
sewai, noodles
0.008
0.39
49
141
113
bread: bakery
0.022
0.88
161
337
114
other wheat products
0.003
0.06
4
13
115
jowar & its products
0.087
2.08
58
131
116
bajra & its products
0.079
0.83
33
62
117
maize & its products
0.006
0.07
12
36
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
1
7
121
ragi & its products
0.022
0.32
23
33
122
other cereals
0.005
0.13
18
30
129
cereal: sub-total
9.377
118.42
968
2270
139
cereal substitutes
0.005
0.22
42
75
140
arhar, tur
0.185
10.98
626
1247
141
gram: split
0.052
2.27
322
715
142
gram: whole
0.020
0.78
116
287
143
moong
0.036
2.33
256
651
144
masur
0.103
5.15
433
1097
145
urd
0.043
2.36
278
527
146
peas
0.069
2.07
188
451
147
khesari
0.010
0.31
35
85
148
other pulses
0.015
0.67
88
251
150
gram products
0.003
0.20
34
100
151
besan
0.036
1.67
339
681
152
other pulse products
0.009
0.48
74
205
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.582
29.27
955
2219
160
milk: liquid (litre)
1.455
36.10
613
1241
161
baby food
0.001
0.22
7
22
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.002
0.35
30
150
163
curd
0.008
0.29
53
105
164
ghee
0.003
0.85
35
60
165
butter
0.000
0.01
2
2
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:01
item code
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.07
21
38
167
other milk products
-
0.07
12
20
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
37.96
668
1441
170
salt
0.212
2.01
962
2252
171
sugar – PDS
0.095
1.47
319
732
172
sugar – other sources
0.382
12.38
814
1814
173
gur
0.020
0.63
103
220
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.05
19
31
175
honey
0.000
0.00
1
4
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.709
16.54
968
2268
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.007
0.51
42
90
181
mustard oil
0.262
21.03
592
1484
182
groundnut oil
0.010
0.82
24
37
183
coconut oil
0.002
0.19
9
33
184
refined oil
0.137
9.86
315
648
185
edible oil: others
0.038
2.34
92
215
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.456
34.76
960
2253
190
eggs (no.)
1.085
3.88
215
474
191
fish, prawn
0.088
7.98
156
553
192
goat meat/mutton
0.012
2.52
30
47
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.046
3.88
75
113
194
pork
0.001
0.12
2
10
195
chicken
0.053
5.53
102
199
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.14
5
94
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
24.05
437
1109
200
potato
1.751
15.70
926
2144
201
onion
0.585
7.63
937
2135
202
tomato
0.415
6.07
699
1528
203
brinjal
0.289
4.27
505
1136
204
radish
0.078
0.78
138
331
205
carrot
0.030
0.42
70
165
206
palak/other
0.358
4.21
486
1297
207
green chillies
0.097
3.25
800
1757
208
lady's finger
0.114
2.16
252
531
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.082
1.51
156
334
211
cauliflower
0.216
2.63
266
605
212
cabbage
0.178
2.01
276
675
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.282
3.16
336
691
214
peas
0.082
1.11
127
264
215
beans, barbati
0.052
1.01
118
302
216
lemon (no.)
0.630
0.95
235
494
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:01
item code
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.351
5.18
507
1242
-
62.07
961
2256
banana (no.)
1.467
2.56
199
421
jackfruit
0.001
0.02
3
6
222
watermelon
0.035
0.32
20
39
223
pineapple (no.)
0.003
0.06
3
12
224
coconut (no.)
0.153
1.33
131
292
225
green coconut (no.)
0.007
0.06
6
13
226
guava
0.051
0.78
74
152
227
singara
0.008
0.10
12
16
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.059
0.18
13
51
230
papaya
0.005
0.09
7
17
231
mango
0.072
2.13
83
154
232
kharbooza
0.015
0.21
11
15
233
pears/nashpati
0.000
0.02
1
3
234
berries
0.000
0.01
1
4
235
leechi
0.000
0.02
1
4
236
apple
0.007
0.44
16
33
237
grapes
0.007
0.34
22
50
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.27
23
85
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
8.94
465
1009
240
coconut: copra
0.003
0.30
37
103
241
groundnut
0.021
1.40
124
258
242
dates
0.002
0.13
7
14
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.03
2
2
244
walnut
0.000
0.01
1
1
245
other nuts
0.000
0.02
3
4
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.000
0.10
8
23
247
other dry fruits
0.000
0.03
3
17
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.026
2.02
148
328
250
ginger (gm)
38.151
2.09
641
1504
251
garlic (gm)
48.741
3.53
845
1889
252
jeera (gm)
18.408
3.54
748
1681
253
dhania (gm)
36.981
3.67
729
1491
254
turmeric (gm)
34.569
5.44
914
2111
255
black pepper (gm)
3.418
1.01
200
467
256
dry chillies (gm)
41.198
5.01
767
1792
257
tamarind (gm)
8.857
0.72
125
311
258
curry powder (gm)
6.596
1.37
214
479
260
oilseeds (gm)
10.048
0.72
337
769
261
other spices (gm)
22.143
4.18
598
1343
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:01
item code
quantity
per 30
days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
269.110
31.28
961
2245
270
tea: cups (no.)
1.927
5.93
303
678
271
tea: leaf (gm)
45.157
8.81
820
1849
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.001
0.01
2
1
273
coffee: powder (gm)
0.217
0.07
8
22
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
1
2
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.002
0.08
6
11
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.004
0.11
7
18
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.25
15
48
279
beverages: sub-total
-
15.25
887
2019
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.055
1.21
18
44
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.016
0.17
3
22
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
2.051
13.98
273
581
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
5.78
392
860
284
other served processed food
-
0.44
44
94
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
21.58
588
1300
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
1.40
86
219
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
7.76
682
1497
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.028
2.63
254
523
293
chips (gm)
0.705
0.12
16
51
294
pickles (gm)
2.304
0.24
38
82
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.054
0.01
1
2
296
other packaged food
-
0.21
13
66
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
12.37
762
1685
777
total: food group
-
414.73
997
2307
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:02
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.405
6.80
440
1052
102
rice – other sources
3.164
59.35
846
1690
103
chira
0.047
1.22
187
377
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.08
16
33
105
muri
0.052
1.73
182
396
106
other rice products
0.012
0.24
20
39
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.779
3.81
401
774
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.395
45.75
717
1311
110
maida
0.028
0.58
139
225
111
suji, rawa
0.051
1.19
300
523
112
sewai, noodles
0.012
0.52
86
151
113
bread: bakery
0.049
1.88
225
359
114
other wheat products
0.006
0.14
19
18
115
jowar & its products
0.148
3.44
76
127
116
bajra & its products
0.073
0.87
39
84
117
maize & its products
0.018
0.20
12
30
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.02
2
2
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.00
0
2
121
ragi & its products
0.022
0.29
30
53
122
other cereals
0.006
0.21
12
23
129
cereal: sub-total
9.271
128.32
978
2017
139
cereal substitutes
0.007
0.27
43
87
140
arhar, tur
0.210
12.85
696
1280
141
gram: split
0.066
2.92
379
735
142
gram: whole
0.022
0.94
159
330
143
moong
0.066
4.36
443
819
144
masur
0.100
5.07
453
921
145
urd
0.055
3.05
367
655
146
peas
0.042
1.35
157
256
147
khesari
0.005
0.16
20
39
148
other pulses
0.018
0.90
130
272
150
gram products
0.005
0.30
64
148
151
besan
0.044
1.99
384
643
152
other pulse products
0.010
0.52
105
211
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.645
34.42
978
1993
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.266
57.66
753
1404
161
baby food
0.001
0.31
10
26
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.003
0.69
49
193
163
curd
0.020
0.85
101
157
164
ghee
0.007
2.10
95
127
165
butter
0.000
0.05
8
6
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:02
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.09
26
40
167
other milk products
-
0.10
17
33
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
61.83
811
1622
170
salt
0.220
2.15
970
1999
171
sugar – PDS
0.096
1.42
343
838
172
sugar – other sources
0.485
15.78
847
1598
173
gur
0.020
0.67
123
251
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.06
24
51
175
honey
0.000
0.07
6
3
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.822
20.15
976
2015
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.020
1.43
66
107
181
mustard oil
0.275
22.55
531
1086
182
groundnut oil
0.016
1.35
34
59
183
coconut oil
0.005
0.47
17
54
184
refined oil
0.209
15.05
387
701
185
edible oil: others
0.069
4.06
145
321
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.593
44.91
977
2007
190
eggs (no.)
1.680
5.92
301
593
191
fish, prawn
0.138
12.22
195
535
192
goat meat/mutton
0.013
3.00
30
51
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.085
7.83
105
140
194
pork
0.007
0.58
8
28
195
chicken
0.095
10.40
166
300
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.14
3
34
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
40.10
544
1133
200
potato
1.841
17.02
908
1853
201
onion
0.676
9.06
956
1956
202
tomato
0.503
7.45
813
1543
203
brinjal
0.325
5.28
573
1122
204
radish
0.105
0.97
164
321
205
carrot
0.055
0.93
113
226
206
palak/other
0.404
5.21
556
1254
207
green chillies
0.125
4.12
845
1654
208
lady's finger
0.147
2.93
316
575
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.083
1.60
144
271
211
cauliflower
0.241
3.12
282
558
212
cabbage
0.191
2.40
297
625
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.252
3.07
296
652
214
peas
0.109
1.62
149
227
215
beans, barbati
0.046
1.00
118
306
216
lemon (no.)
0.870
1.28
295
522
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:02
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.415
6.66
577
1178
-
73.75
977
2013
banana (no.)
2.298
4.06
301
527
jackfruit
0.003
0.04
4
9
222
watermelon
0.034
0.37
17
37
223
pineapple (no.)
0.001
0.01
1
10
224
coconut (no.)
0.278
2.38
189
381
225
green coconut (no.)
0.014
0.17
13
21
226
guava
0.059
0.97
100
145
227
singara
0.012
0.21
17
20
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.124
0.43
32
70
230
papaya
0.019
0.36
26
47
231
mango
0.090
2.64
106
161
232
kharbooza
0.017
0.25
13
19
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.04
1
3
234
berries
0.003
0.09
5
9
235
leechi
0.005
0.30
8
12
236
apple
0.012
0.89
29
56
237
grapes
0.019
0.85
54
101
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.54
31
76
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
14.60
612
1139
240
coconut: copra
0.007
0.59
71
126
241
groundnut
0.031
2.08
157
268
242
dates
0.005
0.24
16
22
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.09
6
8
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
0
4
245
other nuts
0.000
0.01
1
6
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.22
19
28
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.23
13
23
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.045
3.45
203
351
250
ginger (gm)
45.669
2.66
702
1411
251
garlic (gm)
56.221
4.21
865
1751
252
jeera (gm)
23.154
4.55
851
1611
253
dhania (gm)
44.027
4.37
770
1431
254
turmeric (gm)
38.761
6.31
951
1931
255
black pepper (gm)
5.741
1.55
267
485
256
dry chillies (gm)
54.813
6.74
837
1681
257
tamarind (gm)
20.096
1.67
238
495
258
curry powder (gm)
9.957
1.91
265
489
260
oilseeds (gm)
12.250
0.92
390
784
261
other spices (gm)
27.525
5.24
672
1265
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:02
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
338.215
40.15
977
2008
270
tea: cups (no.)
2.825
9.53
398
743
271
tea: leaf (gm)
61.883
12.53
879
1791
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.001
0.00
1
3
273
coffee: powder (gm)
1.139
0.30
27
50
274
mineral water (litre)
0.000
0.00
0
1
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.006
0.22
7
12
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.004
0.20
13
14
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.28
28
34
279
beverages: sub-total
-
23.06
965
1938
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.104
2.59
35
70
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.097
0.91
13
27
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.767
13.42
225
479
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
10.17
464
801
284
other served processed food
-
1.02
73
114
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
28.11
628
1182
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
3.55
122
201
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
10.10
707
1353
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.040
3.94
314
530
293
chips (gm)
1.805
0.33
38
93
294
pickles (gm)
3.984
0.41
65
106
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.239
0.05
3
7
296
other packaged food
-
0.91
54
91
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
19.29
815
1545
777
total: food group
-
532.40
1000
2039
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:03
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.247
6.71
384
1658
102
rice – other sources
3.366
66.14
868
3440
103
chira
0.058
1.52
195
758
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.09
16
37
105
muri
0.053
1.75
163
666
106
other rice products
0.020
0.37
25
113
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.689
3.81
344
1227
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.576
50.17
716
2617
110
maida
0.026
0.58
126
464
111
suji, rawa
0.063
1.54
335
1169
112
sewai, noodles
0.012
0.60
88
365
113
bread: bakery
0.048
1.98
223
888
114
other wheat products
0.003
0.12
12
22
115
jowar & its products
0.149
3.52
79
247
116
bajra & its products
0.072
0.94
46
169
117
maize & its products
0.014
0.19
21
97
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
1
4
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.05
4
19
121
ragi & its products
0.033
0.44
33
115
122
other cereals
0.006
0.13
15
40
129
cereal: sub-total
9.437
140.64
971
3907
139
cereal substitutes
0.022
0.60
66
239
140
arhar, tur
0.250
15.19
743
2555
141
gram: split
0.070
3.26
434
1584
142
gram: whole
0.029
1.26
192
826
143
moong
0.075
4.91
481
1783
144
masur
0.103
5.42
449
1818
145
urd
0.068
3.77
404
1385
146
peas
0.028
0.91
130
527
147
khesari
0.004
0.11
13
46
148
other pulses
0.024
1.33
149
647
150
gram products
0.006
0.38
80
246
151
besan
0.051
2.35
423
1477
152
other pulse products
0.011
0.64
113
433
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.718
39.54
968
3865
160
milk: liquid (litre)
2.910
77.27
827
3019
161
baby food
0.004
0.73
21
83
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.004
0.94
40
362
163
curd
0.023
0.88
104
392
164
ghee
0.013
4.09
115
384
165
butter
0.000
0.04
3
27
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:03
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.12
20
105
167
other milk products
-
0.38
34
136
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
84.46
867
3391
170
salt
0.223
2.29
962
3881
171
sugar – PDS
0.099
1.52
314
1332
172
sugar – other sources
0.555
17.95
858
3307
173
gur
0.022
0.76
143
564
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.07
25
84
175
honey
0.000
0.04
4
19
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.900
22.63
971
3908
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.022
1.62
63
247
181
mustard oil
0.271
22.17
471
2003
182
groundnut oil
0.026
2.18
43
169
183
coconut oil
0.006
0.59
19
118
184
refined oil
0.252
18.61
446
1535
185
edible oil: others
0.088
5.50
158
577
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.665
50.67
970
3893
190
eggs (no.)
2.100
7.42
359
1303
191
fish, prawn
0.163
14.47
213
1047
192
goat meat/mutton
0.033
7.24
60
202
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.103
9.46
108
317
194
pork
0.004
0.41
5
75
195
chicken
0.118
13.62
205
730
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.23
6
126
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
52.84
606
2439
200
potato
1.673
16.14
895
3597
201
onion
0.738
9.83
955
3775
202
tomato
0.563
9.02
823
3057
203
brinjal
0.317
5.26
567
2116
204
radish
0.107
1.10
171
641
205
carrot
0.070
1.31
174
570
206
palak/other
0.410
6.06
576
2395
207
green chillies
0.133
4.32
845
3137
208
lady's finger
0.177
3.90
348
1297
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.077
1.66
142
520
211
cauliflower
0.252
3.70
309
1123
212
cabbage
0.209
2.87
327
1283
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.264
3.58
321
1266
214
peas
0.097
1.66
138
491
215
beans, barbati
0.083
2.02
180
789
216
lemon (no.)
1.151
1.78
340
1125
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:03
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.420
7.55
574
2284
-
81.78
970
3898
banana (no.)
3.302
6.06
383
1329
jackfruit
0.003
0.02
2
21
222
watermelon
0.054
0.56
25
103
223
pineapple (no.)
0.010
0.14
8
51
224
coconut (no.)
0.328
2.91
199
684
225
green coconut (no.)
0.033
0.38
18
60
226
guava
0.066
1.09
92
312
227
singara
0.014
0.28
20
57
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.250
0.87
46
200
230
papaya
0.025
0.48
27
124
231
mango
0.101
3.06
100
360
232
kharbooza
0.020
0.25
14
36
233
pears/nashpati
0.001
0.04
3
10
234
berries
0.003
0.07
5
17
235
leechi
0.003
0.14
6
20
236
apple
0.025
1.97
53
206
237
grapes
0.028
1.37
69
239
238
other fresh fruits
-
0.82
44
228
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
20.51
686
2557
240
coconut: copra
0.013
1.18
116
379
241
groundnut
0.046
3.26
213
733
242
dates
0.004
0.34
21
68
243
cashewnut
0.000
0.13
6
30
244
walnut
0.000
0.00
1
4
245
other nuts
0.000
0.06
3
14
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.001
0.29
20
82
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.14
8
70
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.066
5.40
269
971
250
ginger (gm)
53.197
3.02
754
2891
251
garlic (gm)
63.694
4.82
884
3367
252
jeera (gm)
26.005
5.12
858
3132
253
dhania (gm)
48.944
4.79
795
2786
254
turmeric (gm)
39.534
6.61
933
3694
255
black pepper (gm)
6.143
1.93
286
938
256
dry chillies (gm)
63.076
7.98
864
3326
257
tamarind (gm)
24.454
2.10
272
976
258
curry powder (gm)
10.870
2.19
278
1038
260
oilseeds (gm)
14.955
1.26
454
1610
261
other spices (gm)
29.985
5.53
684
2518
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:03
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
380.857
45.40
969
3888
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.162
11.54
399
1544
271
tea: leaf (gm)
70.873
14.79
890
3555
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.019
0.10
2
10
273
coffee: powder (gm)
1.499
0.43
35
127
274
mineral water (litre)
0.031
0.08
5
17
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.011
0.47
20
81
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.005
0.20
9
52
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.62
28
91
279
beverages: sub-total
-
28.22
956
3797
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.181
3.42
36
145
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.061
0.97
10
51
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.584
12.71
182
702
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
12.64
526
1753
284
other served processed food
-
1.33
81
233
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
31.07
649
2273
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
4.31
163
591
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
12.16
721
2730
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.059
5.80
383
1223
293
chips (gm)
3.197
0.59
55
249
294
pickles (gm)
5.936
0.62
72
269
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.382
0.04
4
18
296
other packaged food
-
0.88
46
218
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
24.41
838
3176
777
total: food group
-
628.17
1000
3959
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:04
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.202
7.36
379
1372
102
rice – other sources
3.426
73.00
897
3220
103
chira
0.063
1.73
225
764
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.10
16
38
105
muri
0.055
1.86
186
607
106
other rice products
0.019
0.39
33
107
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.583
3.64
328
1087
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.571
51.16
724
2356
110
maida
0.039
0.81
147
512
111
suji, rawa
0.075
1.86
357
1133
112
sewai, noodles
0.017
0.88
124
442
113
bread: bakery
0.058
2.35
241
991
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.06
10
26
115
jowar & its products
0.159
3.89
91
243
116
bajra & its products
0.087
1.19
63
159
117
maize & its products
0.012
0.18
20
89
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.02
2
4
120
small millets & its products
0.000
0.01
2
9
121
ragi & its products
0.067
0.86
57
168
122
other cereals
0.004
0.13
12
53
129
cereal: sub-total
9.443
151.48
988
3583
139
cereal substitutes
0.021
0.74
86
285
140
arhar, tur
0.259
15.91
769
2338
141
gram: split
0.066
3.11
439
1478
142
gram: whole
0.035
1.59
239
890
143
moong
0.090
6.00
559
1808
144
masur
0.095
5.16
411
1609
145
urd
0.079
4.53
464
1429
146
peas
0.022
0.80
115
520
147
khesari
0.001
0.05
8
32
148
other pulses
0.027
1.44
182
675
150
gram products
0.009
0.58
110
263
151
besan
0.060
2.92
441
1443
152
other pulse products
0.012
0.69
120
413
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.756
42.77
984
3545
160
milk: liquid (litre)
3.803
100.65
865
2776
161
baby food
0.004
1.04
21
87
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.004
0.86
37
410
163
curd
0.033
1.35
138
442
164
ghee
0.021
6.58
165
503
165
butter
0.000
0.08
7
45
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:04
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.40
44
140
167
other milk products
-
0.46
35
117
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
111.41
911
3190
170
salt
0.234
2.50
984
3556
171
sugar – PDS
0.097
1.44
305
1091
172
sugar – other sources
0.616
19.97
874
3097
173
gur
0.034
1.21
189
601
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.08
28
99
175
honey
0.000
0.02
3
11
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
0.983
25.22
988
3580
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.019
1.36
60
237
181
mustard oil
0.239
19.97
400
1776
182
groundnut oil
0.051
4.34
70
213
183
coconut oil
0.015
1.40
41
174
184
refined oil
0.290
21.90
459
1452
185
edible oil: others
0.112
7.59
171
431
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.726
56.57
987
3564
190
eggs (no.)
2.277
7.87
352
1253
191
fish, prawn
0.222
19.38
243
1056
192
goat meat/mutton
0.038
9.22
58
228
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.097
9.26
91
279
194
pork
0.003
0.39
3
86
195
chicken
0.170
20.16
244
783
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.001
0.19
5
193
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
66.48
610
2325
200
potato
1.552
16.00
894
3298
201
onion
0.819
11.22
964
3442
202
tomato
0.657
10.65
875
2860
203
brinjal
0.335
5.98
589
1933
204
radish
0.111
1.30
169
581
205
carrot
0.091
1.73
198
618
206
palak/other
0.441
7.17
613
2308
207
green chillies
0.151
4.98
848
2862
208
lady's finger
0.222
5.06
421
1287
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.088
1.94
146
475
211
cauliflower
0.244
4.03
292
1027
212
cabbage
0.223
3.38
344
1191
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.278
3.94
325
1129
214
peas
0.099
1.91
129
482
215
beans, barbati
0.089
2.31
208
802
216
lemon (no.)
1.520
2.44
416
1170
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:04
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.480
9.47
607
2142
-
93.54
987
3574
banana (no.)
4.285
8.59
437
1442
jackfruit
0.003
0.03
2
16
222
watermelon
0.071
0.73
35
125
223
pineapple (no.)
0.009
0.11
8
42
224
coconut (no.)
0.499
4.45
266
799
225
green coconut (no.)
0.059
0.62
26
78
226
guava
0.063
1.09
81
264
227
singara
0.009
0.15
13
31
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.354
1.31
58
216
230
papaya
0.032
0.65
31
122
231
mango
0.118
3.86
104
368
232
kharbooza
0.016
0.17
8
29
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.05
3
9
234
berries
0.002
0.04
3
15
235
leechi
0.003
0.14
5
13
236
apple
0.048
3.96
88
281
237
grapes
0.042
2.14
88
283
238
other fresh fruits
-
1.33
72
302
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
29.40
754
2559
240
coconut: copra
0.015
1.42
125
361
241
groundnut
0.061
4.45
248
718
242
dates
0.007
0.54
27
93
243
cashewnut
0.001
0.35
15
58
244
walnut
0.000
0.05
2
11
245
other nuts
0.001
0.17
7
22
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.002
0.49
33
107
247
other dry fruits
0.001
0.26
12
109
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.089
7.72
320
1006
250
ginger (gm)
60.440
3.47
787
2680
251
garlic (gm)
72.349
5.47
895
3106
252
jeera (gm)
28.891
5.78
895
2858
253
dhania (gm)
53.249
5.28
796
2506
254
turmeric (gm)
41.633
7.20
961
3406
255
black pepper (gm)
7.930
2.55
337
992
256
dry chillies (gm)
73.252
9.26
888
3103
257
tamarind (gm)
32.607
2.74
327
942
258
curry powder (gm)
16.114
3.19
342
1046
260
oilseeds (gm)
16.892
1.36
501
1448
261
other spices (gm)
31.934
6.27
687
2310
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:04
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
435.290
52.59
985
3560
270
tea: cups (no.)
3.944
15.87
442
1573
271
tea: leaf (gm)
80.764
17.00
898
3280
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.028
0.14
5
21
273
coffee: powder (gm)
3.084
0.88
60
166
274
mineral water (litre)
0.035
0.06
4
15
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.017
0.68
25
81
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.008
0.41
14
74
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
0.79
29
110
279
beverages: sub-total
-
35.84
974
3525
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.219
5.51
57
221
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.077
1.29
12
42
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.262
11.73
150
537
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
16.15
532
1715
284
other served processed food
-
1.29
62
200
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
35.97
641
2151
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
5.63
182
658
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
14.59
680
2526
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.073
7.64
415
1249
293
chips (gm)
5.347
0.98
73
304
294
pickles (gm)
7.911
0.93
92
273
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
0.712
0.09
9
27
296
other packaged food
-
1.50
66
271
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
31.35
845
2998
777
total: food group
-
741.07
1000
3615
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:05
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.068
5.88
317
1258
102
rice – other sources
3.605
78.18
912
3215
103
chira
0.091
2.58
271
874
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.07
11
45
105
muri
0.056
1.88
184
660
106
other rice products
0.021
0.48
39
118
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.458
3.03
257
918
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.573
53.06
774
2513
110
maida
0.041
0.90
156
550
111
suji, rawa
0.091
2.28
409
1268
112
sewai, noodles
0.023
1.16
142
505
113
bread: bakery
0.076
3.09
283
1076
114
other wheat products
0.002
0.09
13
31
115
jowar & its products
0.176
4.31
96
277
116
bajra & its products
0.093
1.28
61
132
117
maize & its products
0.009
0.14
16
98
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.02
2
6
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.05
5
17
121
ragi & its products
0.046
0.65
55
133
122
other cereals
0.007
0.18
15
48
129
cereal: sub-total
9.441
159.31
982
3545
139
cereal substitutes
0.026
1.15
120
324
140
arhar, tur
0.293
18.32
793
2387
141
gram: split
0.079
3.72
492
1539
142
gram: whole
0.036
1.66
228
910
143
moong
0.107
7.20
601
1973
144
masur
0.088
4.90
405
1640
145
urd
0.087
5.10
458
1405
146
peas
0.018
0.65
108
444
147
khesari
0.001
0.04
5
25
148
other pulses
0.029
1.67
180
689
150
gram products
0.010
0.62
106
296
151
besan
0.065
3.19
447
1468
152
other pulse products
0.011
0.66
93
392
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.823
47.74
976
3495
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.434
122.88
905
2990
161
baby food
0.004
1.13
27
101
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.004
1.02
37
386
163
curd
0.040
1.57
141
472
164
ghee
0.027
8.55
184
623
165
butter
0.001
0.22
14
83
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:05
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.54
52
163
167
other milk products
-
0.80
46
139
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
136.71
939
3318
170
salt
0.239
2.67
975
3516
171
sugar – PDS
0.084
1.28
259
1053
172
sugar – other sources
0.701
22.81
903
3082
173
gur
0.038
1.37
213
659
174
candy, misri
0.001
0.07
27
82
175
honey
0.000
0.06
7
24
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.064
28.26
981
3539
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.023
1.76
61
264
181
mustard oil
0.240
19.94
353
1677
182
groundnut oil
0.062
5.48
85
207
183
coconut oil
0.010
0.96
25
135
184
refined oil
0.345
27.00
487
1571
185
edible oil: others
0.115
7.73
175
478
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.795
62.86
979
3528
190
eggs (no.)
2.921
10.25
411
1412
191
fish, prawn
0.211
19.45
211
996
192
goat meat/mutton
0.071
18.35
106
336
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.072
7.18
62
275
194
pork
0.004
0.53
5
85
195
chicken
0.209
24.80
278
929
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.001
0.18
4
132
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
80.74
617
2339
200
potato
1.487
15.64
896
3277
201
onion
0.891
12.34
962
3438
202
tomato
0.748
12.14
900
3018
203
brinjal
0.357
6.54
584
1987
204
radish
0.126
1.47
178
629
205
carrot
0.113
2.18
217
714
206
palak/other
0.512
8.86
646
2343
207
green chillies
0.167
5.31
863
2874
208
lady's finger
0.231
5.65
420
1347
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.097
2.19
163
499
211
cauliflower
0.286
5.18
355
1173
212
cabbage
0.255
4.13
376
1246
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.254
3.87
278
1096
214
peas
0.118
2.30
150
534
215
beans, barbati
0.102
2.67
220
795
216
lemon (no.)
1.643
2.69
405
1238
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:05
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.501
10.19
589
2100
-
103.41
979
3535
banana (no.)
5.255
11.01
500
1613
jackfruit
0.007
0.07
5
29
222
watermelon
0.079
1.00
37
133
223
pineapple (no.)
0.009
0.14
6
53
224
coconut (no.)
0.524
4.64
240
755
225
green coconut (no.)
0.064
0.70
32
92
226
guava
0.089
1.65
108
306
227
singara
0.010
0.20
10
33
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.546
2.10
84
307
230
papaya
0.057
1.16
49
169
231
mango
0.146
5.23
121
403
232
kharbooza
0.028
0.39
14
44
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.07
4
14
234
berries
0.005
0.09
6
15
235
leechi
0.006
0.33
8
32
236
apple
0.076
6.16
113
450
237
grapes
0.060
3.00
113
317
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.22
76
277
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
40.16
811
2766
240
coconut: copra
0.022
2.13
165
435
241
groundnut
0.079
5.63
303
844
242
dates
0.011
1.12
38
116
243
cashewnut
0.002
0.66
22
79
244
walnut
0.000
0.12
5
15
245
other nuts
0.001
0.29
9
26
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.003
0.77
42
153
247
other dry fruits
0.002
0.63
20
100
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.121
11.34
387
1153
250
ginger (gm)
66.500
3.90
800
2743
251
garlic (gm)
78.509
6.22
896
3118
252
jeera (gm)
31.694
6.42
880
2827
253
dhania (gm)
56.439
5.65
768
2430
254
turmeric (gm)
45.126
7.91
946
3360
255
black pepper (gm)
7.748
2.48
305
964
256
dry chillies (gm)
80.536
10.50
873
3053
257
tamarind (gm)
38.446
3.39
334
963
258
curry powder (gm)
17.946
3.51
363
1097
260
oilseeds (gm)
20.305
1.79
502
1455
261
other spices (gm)
35.905
7.07
703
2426
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:05
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
479.153
58.88
978
3529
tea: cups (no.)
4.258
18.40
457
1641
271
tea: leaf (gm)
91.306
20.10
915
3321
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.027
0.15
6
24
273
coffee: powder (gm)
2.644
0.88
56
169
274
mineral water (litre)
0.152
0.24
8
33
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.024
0.89
29
119
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.021
0.81
22
74
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.25
41
124
279
beverages: sub-total
-
42.73
972
3508
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.436
8.93
70
253
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.043
0.88
8
44
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
1.151
11.40
118
423
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
20.17
556
1796
284
other served processed food
-
1.65
71
216
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
43.03
651
2190
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
8.73
194
748
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
16.44
698
2582
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.085
8.79
407
1342
293
chips (gm)
8.606
1.57
94
373
294
pickles (gm)
9.080
1.13
107
342
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
1.104
0.15
13
49
296
other packaged food
-
2.34
64
248
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
39.13
854
3064
777
total: food group
-
855.47
1000
3600
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:06
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
1.059
6.70
311
1187
102
rice – other sources
3.518
82.82
889
3013
103
chira
0.084
2.44
240
824
104
khoi, lawa
0.002
0.07
11
37
105
muri
0.059
1.99
170
553
106
other rice products
0.019
0.47
39
121
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.448
2.79
247
806
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.516
53.66
718
2344
110
maida
0.052
1.13
181
602
111
suji, rawa
0.094
2.35
433
1320
112
sewai, noodles
0.022
1.28
146
568
113
bread: bakery
0.099
4.25
311
1138
114
other wheat products
0.008
0.17
12
32
115
jowar & its products
0.129
3.43
71
236
116
bajra & its products
0.108
1.43
66
167
117
maize & its products
0.012
0.22
17
78
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
0
0
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.06
6
21
121
ragi & its products
0.048
0.66
51
142
122
other cereals
0.005
0.17
14
45
129
cereal: sub-total
9.282
166.11
955
3331
139
cereal substitutes
0.037
1.29
113
365
140
arhar, tur
0.285
17.90
759
2227
141
gram: split
0.079
3.81
460
1454
142
gram: whole
0.045
2.11
258
948
143
moong
0.114
7.89
616
1952
144
masur
0.102
5.67
383
1474
145
urd
0.098
5.75
475
1436
146
peas
0.015
0.60
101
361
147
khesari
0.002
0.06
5
24
148
other pulses
0.038
2.20
223
762
150
gram products
0.012
0.74
120
312
151
besan
0.070
3.47
454
1404
152
other pulse products
0.014
0.91
121
434
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.875
51.13
950
3283
160
milk: liquid (litre)
4.895
138.86
877
2881
161
baby food
0.005
1.17
23
96
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.007
1.67
39
343
163
curd
0.052
2.23
183
546
164
ghee
0.042
13.42
240
746
165
butter
0.002
0.39
23
105
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:06
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.70
55
174
167
other milk products
-
1.10
51
174
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
159.55
924
3172
170
salt
0.239
2.74
945
3305
171
sugar – PDS
0.102
1.51
275
1042
172
sugar – other sources
0.732
23.77
852
2860
173
gur
0.039
1.45
193
667
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.12
24
92
175
honey
0.000
0.07
9
42
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.115
29.67
956
3329
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.018
1.39
47
206
181
mustard oil
0.261
21.72
356
1523
182
groundnut oil
0.074
6.45
82
205
183
coconut oil
0.012
1.19
32
165
184
refined oil
0.369
28.91
519
1609
185
edible oil: others
0.116
7.74
161
439
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.851
67.41
952
3315
190
eggs (no.)
2.894
10.18
385
1327
191
fish, prawn
0.223
21.22
227
892
192
goat meat/mutton
0.056
14.77
86
355
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.108
10.46
65
241
194
pork
0.008
0.97
6
140
195
chicken
0.214
25.83
274
896
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.27
2
62
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
83.70
577
2133
200
potato
1.634
17.38
880
3085
201
onion
0.955
13.69
934
3236
202
tomato
0.759
13.10
865
2885
203
brinjal
0.349
6.77
559
1780
204
radish
0.140
1.58
167
605
205
carrot
0.134
2.70
245
744
206
palak/other
0.486
8.66
604
2197
207
green chillies
0.162
5.43
837
2748
208
lady's finger
0.255
6.44
440
1329
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.092
2.44
149
460
211
cauliflower
0.338
6.15
375
1138
212
cabbage
0.262
4.21
359
1205
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.267
4.02
279
1027
214
peas
0.136
2.66
167
558
215
beans, barbati
0.140
3.88
269
858
216
lemon (no.)
1.744
3.00
427
1252
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:06
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.510
10.96
598
1993
-
113.09
951
3318
banana (no.)
5.850
12.69
513
1625
jackfruit
0.004
0.05
3
16
222
watermelon
0.084
1.14
37
133
223
pineapple (no.)
0.012
0.33
9
55
224
coconut (no.)
0.601
5.49
267
819
225
green coconut (no.)
0.061
0.73
31
104
226
guava
0.086
1.62
96
269
227
singara
0.009
0.18
10
34
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.721
2.69
95
347
230
papaya
0.058
1.22
48
169
231
mango
0.146
4.99
104
400
232
kharbooza
0.022
0.39
14
49
233
pears/nashpati
0.002
0.08
4
18
234
berries
0.005
0.12
8
18
235
leechi
0.004
0.19
6
26
236
apple
0.107
9.17
147
518
237
grapes
0.066
3.40
116
373
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.20
77
292
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
46.67
809
2747
240
coconut: copra
0.022
2.17
143
396
241
groundnut
0.085
6.10
276
792
242
dates
0.011
0.83
40
123
243
cashewnut
0.002
1.08
35
107
244
walnut
0.000
0.15
4
15
245
other nuts
0.001
0.22
6
24
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.006
1.43
65
184
247
other dry fruits
0.005
1.08
29
97
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.133
13.06
372
1092
250
ginger (gm)
70.317
4.13
775
2603
251
garlic (gm)
78.860
6.40
877
2976
252
jeera (gm)
32.367
6.58
840
2642
253
dhania (gm)
55.325
5.85
769
2338
254
turmeric (gm)
45.152
8.19
921
3156
255
black pepper (gm)
9.311
2.97
342
1016
256
dry chillies (gm)
78.202
10.41
856
2828
257
tamarind (gm)
35.773
3.36
313
943
258
curry powder (gm)
19.816
4.16
359
1059
260
oilseeds (gm)
21.027
1.85
534
1467
261
other spices (gm)
39.828
7.80
708
2256
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:06
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
485.978
61.72
950
3310
270
tea: cups (no.)
5.164
22.32
504
1668
271
tea: leaf (gm)
92.340
21.22
861
3124
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.040
0.23
8
27
273
coffee: powder (gm)
3.464
1.10
67
167
274
mineral water (litre)
0.165
0.36
9
33
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.045
1.68
50
166
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.017
0.89
24
104
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.63
42
128
279
beverages: sub-total
-
49.44
951
3328
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.929
20.00
109
318
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.114
2.02
12
57
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.981
11.12
83
314
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
24.00
579
1768
284
other served processed food
-
2.51
76
257
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
59.64
688
2129
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
11.31
216
783
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
19.03
710
2465
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.094
10.28
422
1285
293
chips (gm)
9.841
1.79
100
374
294
pickles (gm)
9.054
1.21
112
366
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
2.187
0.35
20
63
296
other packaged food
-
1.90
70
259
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
45.86
850
2924
777
total: food group
-
948.34
1000
3411
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:07
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.894
5.54
261
1127
102
rice – other sources
3.742
89.10
921
3381
103
chira
0.093
2.78
280
856
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.12
15
51
105
muri
0.068
2.24
178
607
106
other rice products
0.025
0.61
42
144
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.361
2.53
192
748
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.736
59.72
789
2654
110
maida
0.054
1.21
184
700
111
suji, rawa
0.112
2.88
456
1527
112
sewai, noodles
0.026
1.64
178
687
113
bread: bakery
0.102
4.04
310
1233
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.11
9
41
115
jowar & its products
0.124
3.36
77
241
116
bajra & its products
0.100
1.43
73
156
117
maize & its products
0.013
0.22
19
89
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.01
2
5
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.07
6
22
121
ragi & its products
0.055
0.80
53
150
122
other cereals
0.005
0.18
13
52
129
cereal: sub-total
9.518
178.59
969
3639
139
cereal substitutes
0.034
1.55
139
374
140
arhar, tur
0.315
20.05
778
2427
141
gram: split
0.090
4.34
511
1678
142
gram: whole
0.042
1.98
249
1031
143
moong
0.128
8.86
643
2199
144
masur
0.091
5.13
387
1656
145
urd
0.102
6.34
476
1577
146
peas
0.016
0.63
114
390
147
khesari
0.001
0.02
3
14
148
other pulses
0.035
2.12
200
747
150
gram products
0.012
0.76
108
344
151
besan
0.083
4.22
487
1558
152
other pulse products
0.017
1.02
130
477
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.932
55.48
964
3589
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.480
161.34
905
3142
161
baby food
0.006
1.58
31
119
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.006
1.47
43
425
163
curd
0.055
2.18
158
588
164
ghee
0.050
16.44
264
910
165
butter
0.002
0.60
31
154
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:07
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
0.99
66
231
167
other milk products
-
1.17
55
210
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
185.76
936
3474
170
salt
0.247
2.88
960
3610
171
sugar – PDS
0.090
1.34
236
1045
172
sugar – other sources
0.776
25.16
886
3169
173
gur
0.047
1.75
217
730
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.11
27
99
175
honey
0.001
0.19
15
59
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.163
31.43
968
3634
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.020
1.56
49
221
181
mustard oil
0.236
19.88
326
1580
182
groundnut oil
0.097
8.96
96
249
183
coconut oil
0.013
1.26
29
155
184
refined oil
0.422
33.79
540
1900
185
edible oil: others
0.114
7.86
149
454
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.902
73.31
964
3615
190
eggs (no.)
3.173
11.08
408
1516
191
fish, prawn
0.233
23.29
219
1000
192
goat meat/mutton
0.085
22.87
114
409
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.051
5.44
46
240
194
pork
0.007
1.06
7
194
195
chicken
0.251
30.07
316
1028
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.001
0.14
2
83
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
93.95
586
2311
200
potato
1.496
17.14
895
3377
201
onion
0.989
14.29
954
3541
202
tomato
0.862
14.93
906
3205
203
brinjal
0.354
7.17
564
2031
204
radish
0.139
1.72
177
700
205
carrot
0.145
3.07
253
873
206
palak/other
0.538
10.04
613
2402
207
green chillies
0.180
6.24
861
3044
208
lady's finger
0.287
7.68
452
1486
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.111
2.82
180
517
211
cauliflower
0.331
6.85
375
1348
212
cabbage
0.268
4.75
365
1307
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.276
4.54
301
1155
214
peas
0.151
3.31
180
609
215
beans, barbati
0.153
4.55
282
961
216
lemon (no.)
2.266
3.94
464
1415
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:07
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.606
13.28
621
2254
-
126.35
965
3625
banana (no.)
6.768
14.64
539
1914
jackfruit
0.009
0.12
7
32
222
watermelon
0.098
1.47
38
145
223
pineapple (no.)
0.023
0.40
14
97
224
coconut (no.)
0.603
5.60
260
859
225
green coconut (no.)
0.107
1.28
45
131
226
guava
0.089
1.87
100
318
227
singara
0.012
0.23
10
40
228
orange, mausami (no.)
0.740
3.02
98
438
230
papaya
0.079
1.66
57
215
231
mango
0.221
8.28
141
490
232
kharbooza
0.017
0.29
10
49
233
pears/nashpati
0.003
0.18
4
16
234
berries
0.006
0.21
8
17
235
leechi
0.009
0.49
11
37
236
apple
0.145
13.17
190
692
237
grapes
0.071
3.84
115
388
238
other fresh fruits
-
2.74
81
334
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
59.47
834
3084
240
coconut: copra
0.031
3.03
187
466
241
groundnut
0.096
7.09
300
881
242
dates
0.013
1.10
42
158
243
cashewnut
0.003
1.39
39
154
244
walnut
0.001
0.20
8
24
245
other nuts
0.002
0.73
17
51
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.008
1.80
65
239
247
other dry fruits
0.004
1.51
36
149
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.158
16.86
421
1298
250
ginger (gm)
78.753
4.65
834
2898
251
garlic (gm)
87.532
7.11
898
3244
252
jeera (gm)
33.979
6.86
855
2920
253
dhania (gm)
61.326
6.21
760
2582
254
turmeric (gm)
47.405
8.54
925
3427
255
black pepper (gm)
10.134
3.12
332
1099
256
dry chillies (gm)
84.113
11.32
868
3074
257
tamarind (gm)
40.111
3.68
321
1020
258
curry powder (gm)
22.395
4.48
371
1211
260
oilseeds (gm)
23.008
2.08
549
1588
261
other spices (gm)
43.917
8.65
703
2501
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:07
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
532.673
66.73
962
3612
5.418
23.84
495
1830
102.388
23.76
888
3389
0.057
0.30
11
33
coffee: powder (gm)
5.560
1.84
83
246
274
mineral water (litre)
0.293
0.66
15
55
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.058
2.04
51
197
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.029
1.50
36
161
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
1.90
46
168
279
beverages: sub-total
-
55.82
970
3633
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
0.662
17.90
97
346
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.182
3.99
18
66
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.663
8.80
57
231
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
29.33
604
2047
284
other served processed food
-
1.61
63
256
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
61.62
687
2391
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
11.72
222
905
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
22.42
723
2715
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
293
chips (gm)
294
0.098
10.69
422
1497
12.141
2.16
114
455
pickles (gm)
8.568
1.09
97
400
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
3.278
0.57
25
83
296
other packaged food
-
2.25
65
265
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
50.89
861
3211
777
total: food group
-
1057.81
1000
3715
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:08
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.706
4.67
203
1105
102
rice – other sources
3.682
93.22
912
3628
103
chira
0.098
2.98
279
974
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.12
17
52
105
muri
0.060
2.04
167
655
106
other rice products
0.030
0.75
48
178
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.255
2.06
150
665
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.682
61.88
805
2857
110
maida
0.069
1.55
210
823
111
suji, rawa
0.123
3.23
466
1687
112
sewai, noodles
0.031
2.07
193
794
113
bread: bakery
0.137
5.53
353
1502
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.15
12
44
115
jowar & its products
0.148
4.01
94
301
116
bajra & its products
0.080
1.16
64
153
117
maize & its products
0.016
0.27
26
111
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.01
2
5
120
small millets & its products
0.002
0.11
10
27
121
ragi & its products
0.068
0.99
53
171
122
other cereals
0.009
0.28
18
72
129
cereal: sub-total
9.202
187.08
946
3842
139
cereal substitutes
0.035
1.43
126
442
140
arhar, tur
0.328
21.70
775
2593
141
gram: split
0.087
4.34
494
1781
142
gram: whole
0.051
2.48
284
1126
143
moong
0.134
9.42
652
2392
144
masur
0.086
4.97
385
1727
145
urd
0.103
6.46
467
1723
146
peas
0.018
0.80
124
451
147
khesari
0.001
0.03
5
23
148
other pulses
0.038
2.23
200
836
150
gram products
0.014
0.88
109
386
151
besan
0.078
3.90
463
1664
152
other pulse products
0.018
1.10
122
496
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.956
58.29
939
3800
160
milk: liquid (litre)
6.188
180.12
880
3354
161
baby food
0.007
1.61
34
126
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.007
1.63
43
465
163
curd
0.062
2.75
203
699
164
ghee
0.060
19.30
303
1078
165
butter
0.003
0.85
45
227
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:08
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.45
74
282
167
other milk products
-
1.44
69
246
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
209.15
931
3718
170
salt
0.247
2.95
934
3807
171
sugar – PDS
0.079
1.27
187
1002
172
sugar – other sources
0.809
26.41
865
3399
173
gur
0.053
2.06
243
873
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.11
29
108
175
honey
0.001
0.33
24
86
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.191
33.13
944
3838
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.024
1.78
51
230
181
mustard oil
0.231
19.36
307
1609
182
groundnut oil
0.112
10.36
107
320
183
coconut oil
0.020
1.91
37
208
184
refined oil
0.452
37.07
550
2019
185
edible oil: others
0.106
7.72
124
438
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.945
78.19
941
3818
190
eggs (no.)
3.320
11.38
390
1653
191
fish, prawn
0.282
28.61
212
1102
192
goat meat/mutton
0.083
23.20
105
449
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.043
5.15
30
238
194
pork
0.009
1.32
7
218
195
chicken
0.293
35.13
312
1162
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.001
0.17
3
80
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
104.96
551
2488
200
potato
1.612
18.13
865
3549
201
onion
1.030
15.14
921
3739
202
tomato
0.897
15.74
878
3468
203
brinjal
0.362
7.52
551
2094
204
radish
0.138
1.77
170
737
205
carrot
0.184
3.87
298
1061
206
palak/other
0.586
11.52
631
2663
207
green chillies
0.179
6.32
828
3208
208
lady's finger
0.324
8.85
493
1725
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.114
2.90
173
565
211
cauliflower
0.350
7.47
391
1462
212
cabbage
0.311
5.74
405
1509
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.274
4.75
296
1208
214
peas
0.168
3.88
194
709
215
beans, barbati
0.172
5.04
296
1140
216
lemon (no.)
2.467
4.29
488
1665
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:08
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.602
13.79
613
2373
-
136.77
941
3824
banana (no.)
7.053
15.81
562
2160
jackfruit
0.012
0.11
5
33
222
watermelon
0.112
1.46
40
183
223
pineapple (no.)
0.016
0.34
10
81
224
coconut (no.)
0.680
6.84
273
1005
225
green coconut (no.)
0.118
1.50
48
164
226
guava
0.101
1.99
91
324
227
singara
0.014
0.33
15
48
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.136
4.65
131
537
230
papaya
0.079
1.69
58
237
231
mango
0.248
9.92
146
575
232
kharbooza
0.029
0.57
15
56
233
pears/nashpati
0.007
0.26
7
26
234
berries
0.003
0.11
5
15
235
leechi
0.006
0.39
5
35
236
apple
0.216
19.04
251
952
237
grapes
0.097
5.30
145
546
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.56
110
387
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
73.85
883
3419
240
coconut: copra
0.030
3.12
172
514
241
groundnut
0.105
7.75
322
1028
242
dates
0.015
1.44
47
216
243
cashewnut
0.006
2.88
60
259
244
walnut
0.000
0.20
5
25
245
other nuts
0.002
0.88
19
72
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.009
2.08
76
310
247
other dry fruits
0.005
1.67
36
170
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.174
20.03
438
1542
250
ginger (gm)
81.510
4.88
807
3112
251
garlic (gm)
88.198
7.08
866
3409
252
jeera (gm)
36.248
7.29
854
3105
253
dhania (gm)
62.776
6.59
757
2742
254
turmeric (gm)
48.182
8.64
913
3670
255
black pepper (gm)
10.121
3.24
342
1178
256
dry chillies (gm)
84.072
11.20
827
3206
257
tamarind (gm)
37.115
3.47
325
1131
258
curry powder (gm)
26.257
5.37
406
1408
260
oilseeds (gm)
23.960
2.23
542
1729
261
other spices (gm)
44.621
8.96
707
2638
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:08
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
543.059
68.99
940
3816
7.075
32.02
542
2050
101.480
24.23
830
3562
0.202
1.25
20
63
coffee: powder (gm)
6.052
2.82
96
287
274
mineral water (litre)
0.681
1.08
20
71
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.077
2.85
65
249
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.038
1.94
39
193
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
3.18
72
255
279
beverages: sub-total
-
69.37
976
3892
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.224
29.55
125
449
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.229
5.83
20
70
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.511
7.11
41
185
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
36.27
619
2265
284
other served processed food
-
2.36
65
295
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
81.11
706
2632
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
15.96
265
1131
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
23.81
726
2966
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.111
12.67
462
1682
293
chips (gm)
16.554
3.00
131
524
294
pickles (gm)
14.901
2.02
146
531
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
5.762
0.95
43
139
296
other packaged food
-
2.29
78
342
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
60.69
892
3517
777
total: food group
-
1183.05
1000
3975
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:09
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.531
3.69
151
975
102
rice – other sources
3.865
100.85
908
4012
103
chira
0.115
3.51
311
1122
104
khoi, lawa
0.004
0.18
17
63
105
muri
0.060
2.14
167
735
106
other rice products
0.035
0.86
44
187
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.172
1.33
104
645
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.788
64.69
817
3302
110
maida
0.081
1.82
224
904
111
suji, rawa
0.145
3.81
495
2006
112
sewai, noodles
0.038
2.53
202
1024
113
bread: bakery
0.132
5.49
373
1725
114
other wheat products
0.007
0.31
10
52
115
jowar & its products
0.103
2.98
63
240
116
bajra & its products
0.088
1.29
58
166
117
maize & its products
0.014
0.24
20
134
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
2
7
120
small millets & its products
0.002
0.06
5
21
121
ragi & its products
0.119
1.73
77
234
122
other cereals
0.005
0.36
21
92
129
cereal: sub-total
9.306
197.88
937
4231
139
cereal substitutes
0.038
1.65
129
469
140
arhar, tur
0.364
24.29
773
2915
141
gram: split
0.105
5.21
529
2082
142
gram: whole
0.061
3.17
321
1436
143
moong
0.137
9.67
665
2794
144
masur
0.081
4.71
350
1851
145
urd
0.122
7.98
469
1940
146
peas
0.017
0.75
125
523
147
khesari
0.001
0.04
4
24
148
other pulses
0.046
2.70
220
977
150
gram products
0.012
0.75
92
390
151
besan
0.091
4.62
488
1867
152
other pulse products
0.017
1.07
113
544
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.055
64.96
928
4175
160
milk: liquid (litre)
7.030
208.65
875
3797
161
baby food
0.009
2.11
33
143
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.006
1.38
35
460
163
curd
0.078
3.22
191
810
164
ghee
0.077
24.59
366
1494
165
butter
0.003
0.79
35
260
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:09
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
2.14
103
437
167
other milk products
-
1.71
69
298
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
244.58
910
4112
170
salt
0.252
3.06
927
4202
171
sugar – PDS
0.070
1.03
147
1002
172
sugar – other sources
0.855
27.84
880
3769
173
gur
0.054
2.11
251
1004
174
candy, misri
0.003
0.13
27
134
175
honey
0.002
0.50
33
140
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.235
34.67
935
4228
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.022
1.66
46
288
181
mustard oil
0.222
18.51
290
1696
182
groundnut oil
0.131
12.18
122
390
183
coconut oil
0.023
2.35
43
227
184
refined oil
0.505
41.43
557
2389
185
edible oil: others
0.097
7.12
106
415
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.000
83.25
927
4178
190
eggs (no.)
3.929
13.52
392
1832
191
fish, prawn
0.284
28.67
198
1153
192
goat meat/mutton
0.098
27.82
117
555
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.037
4.03
25
226
194
pork
0.009
1.33
6
201
195
chicken
0.312
37.84
317
1329
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.004
0.82
5
62
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
114.03
547
2655
200
potato
1.606
18.47
855
3919
201
onion
1.092
15.83
912
4103
202
tomato
0.978
17.38
881
3869
203
brinjal
0.374
7.82
551
2308
204
radish
0.156
2.07
188
835
205
carrot
0.188
4.16
276
1185
206
palak/other
0.600
11.99
602
2793
207
green chillies
0.183
6.38
818
3530
208
lady's finger
0.351
9.72
503
1990
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.125
3.25
169
663
211
cauliflower
0.353
8.13
386
1617
212
cabbage
0.303
5.57
382
1631
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.320
5.46
290
1343
214
peas
0.181
4.41
199
822
215
beans, barbati
0.190
5.75
305
1332
216
lemon (no.)
2.749
4.92
496
1947
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:09
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.648
15.36
605
2585
-
146.70
930
4207
banana (no.)
8.949
20.89
610
2605
jackfruit
0.005
0.06
3
23
222
watermelon
0.091
1.39
39
198
223
pineapple (no.)
0.026
0.50
13
85
224
coconut (no.)
0.847
8.40
287
1174
225
green coconut (no.)
0.214
2.92
76
235
226
guava
0.108
2.31
98
393
227
singara
0.010
0.22
9
50
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.325
5.64
141
693
230
papaya
0.116
2.51
76
328
231
mango
0.254
10.73
149
717
232
kharbooza
0.020
0.38
11
59
233
pears/nashpati
0.005
0.25
6
30
234
berries
0.003
0.10
4
21
235
leechi
0.010
0.67
11
64
236
apple
0.255
23.92
265
1280
237
grapes
0.105
6.22
141
659
238
other fresh fruits
-
4.13
91
405
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
91.23
865
3855
240
coconut: copra
0.034
3.36
178
562
241
groundnut
0.118
8.75
369
1178
242
dates
0.015
1.56
54
240
243
cashewnut
0.009
4.51
88
415
244
walnut
0.001
0.41
11
57
245
other nuts
0.003
1.17
23
109
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.013
3.58
104
434
247
other dry fruits
0.009
2.66
50
223
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.204
25.99
492
1814
250
ginger (gm)
85.657
5.14
807
3418
251
garlic (gm)
93.987
7.68
850
3712
252
jeera (gm)
38.722
8.16
846
3504
253
dhania (gm)
65.309
6.91
735
3064
254
turmeric (gm)
49.734
9.40
900
4001
255
black pepper (gm)
10.814
3.65
332
1385
256
dry chillies (gm)
86.177
12.01
825
3560
257
tamarind (gm)
42.585
4.00
326
1261
258
curry powder (gm)
28.282
5.84
420
1597
260
oilseeds (gm)
26.161
2.38
537
1987
261
other spices (gm)
49.874
10.59
705
2978
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:09
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
577.300
75.77
929
4187
7.572
34.63
553
2328
113.943
27.47
831
3873
0.169
0.96
19
86
coffee: powder (gm)
7.741
3.02
111
424
274
mineral water (litre)
0.602
0.86
20
104
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.109
4.08
81
385
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.055
3.08
54
273
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
4.59
70
306
279
beverages: sub-total
-
78.68
968
4299
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.710
48.22
177
607
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.268
5.69
21
88
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.423
6.83
33
158
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
43.06
623
2602
284
other served processed food
-
2.98
72
353
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
106.78
712
2987
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
21.43
263
1344
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
29.45
737
3318
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.133
15.21
484
2039
293
chips (gm)
20.950
3.75
147
667
294
pickles (gm)
13.062
1.81
123
596
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
6.622
1.10
43
195
296
other packaged food
-
3.75
94
391
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
76.49
872
3881
777
total: food group
-
1342.64
1000
4397
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:10
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.422
3.01
111
970
102
rice – other sources
4.127
114.32
881
4667
103
chira
0.112
3.44
290
1255
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.12
12
62
105
muri
0.061
2.17
164
822
106
other rice products
0.037
0.96
59
287
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.142
1.21
83
628
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.512
63.64
794
3951
110
maida
0.077
1.84
199
1151
111
suji, rawa
0.165
4.41
485
2395
112
sewai, noodles
0.047
3.27
229
1277
113
bread: bakery
0.148
6.10
401
2215
114
other wheat products
0.009
0.26
14
76
115
jowar & its products
0.113
3.25
75
301
116
bajra & its products
0.062
0.99
53
197
117
maize & its products
0.017
0.41
25
149
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
2
17
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.04
2
18
121
ragi & its products
0.091
1.34
65
316
122
other cereals
0.006
0.36
16
110
129
cereal: sub-total
9.152
211.16
906
4889
139
cereal substitutes
0.042
1.67
121
541
140
arhar, tur
0.363
24.40
742
3418
141
gram: split
0.104
5.15
474
2497
142
gram: whole
0.059
2.98
280
1676
143
moong
0.154
11.08
654
3353
144
masur
0.090
5.29
345
2098
145
urd
0.133
8.82
472
2504
146
peas
0.019
0.84
114
595
147
khesari
0.001
0.04
3
22
148
other pulses
0.048
2.90
211
1223
150
gram products
0.014
0.90
98
510
151
besan
0.100
4.98
463
2205
152
other pulse products
0.021
1.38
128
703
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.106
68.75
897
4829
160
milk: liquid (litre)
7.659
232.28
865
4449
161
baby food
0.008
2.23
22
144
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.008
1.86
33
458
163
curd
0.100
4.56
212
1069
164
ghee
0.085
27.93
374
1931
165
butter
0.007
1.70
70
425
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:10
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
3.40
116
582
167
other milk products
-
3.31
89
456
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
277.26
900
4785
170
salt
0.259
3.18
898
4857
171
sugar – PDS
0.070
1.07
126
1061
172
sugar – other sources
0.879
28.94
844
4403
173
gur
0.063
2.52
256
1258
174
candy, misri
0.004
0.21
35
159
175
honey
0.003
0.73
43
213
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.278
36.66
914
4893
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.021
1.70
45
326
181
mustard oil
0.227
19.87
287
1853
182
groundnut oil
0.140
13.41
108
404
183
coconut oil
0.022
2.12
36
292
184
refined oil
0.534
44.83
551
2933
185
edible oil: others
0.087
6.61
89
466
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.031
88.53
900
4842
190
eggs (no.)
4.448
15.45
401
2241
191
fish, prawn
0.350
42.45
218
1429
192
goat meat/mutton
0.153
44.91
145
738
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.035
4.64
30
210
194
pork
0.011
1.59
6
191
195
chicken
0.335
40.61
299
1566
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.37
2
48
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
150.04
544
3064
200
potato
1.531
18.21
827
4500
201
onion
1.131
16.78
877
4726
202
tomato
0.997
17.69
861
4565
203
brinjal
0.404
8.56
519
2630
204
radish
0.172
2.33
178
1026
205
carrot
0.249
5.70
330
1715
206
palak/other
0.646
13.22
600
3264
207
green chillies
0.203
6.98
796
4126
208
lady's finger
0.400
11.44
510
2488
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.132
3.67
172
794
211
cauliflower
0.398
9.15
384
2009
212
cabbage
0.327
6.05
381
1887
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.281
4.91
263
1491
214
peas
0.198
5.13
208
999
215
beans, barbati
0.195
5.82
297
1620
216
lemon (no.)
3.125
5.58
487
2333
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:10
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.743
18.18
613
3180
-
159.44
898
4863
10.028
24.52
623
3241
0.009
0.18
5
40
watermelon
0.121
1.90
45
253
223
pineapple (no.)
0.094
1.44
20
131
224
coconut (no.)
0.823
8.44
275
1440
225
green coconut (no.)
0.230
3.25
72
328
226
guava
0.107
2.58
96
444
227
singara
0.006
0.16
7
45
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.848
8.62
190
964
230
papaya
0.126
2.82
77
428
231
mango
0.276
13.38
146
831
232
kharbooza
0.018
0.33
10
58
233
pears/nashpati
0.005
0.24
5
41
234
berries
0.003
0.11
3
21
235
leechi
0.014
0.89
11
59
236
apple
0.371
35.79
353
1910
237
grapes
0.146
8.38
165
855
238
other fresh fruits
-
5.70
101
580
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
118.71
892
4636
240
coconut: copra
0.045
4.44
189
709
241
groundnut
0.128
9.61
349
1463
242
dates
0.031
3.00
75
399
243
cashewnut
0.017
8.10
132
735
244
walnut
0.002
0.89
14
82
245
other nuts
0.004
1.78
31
182
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.018
4.81
132
691
247
other dry fruits
0.010
3.84
59
338
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.255
36.47
494
2359
250
ginger (gm)
91.647
5.43
774
4057
251
garlic (gm)
97.646
8.13
820
4329
252
jeera (gm)
40.494
8.47
814
4080
253
dhania (gm)
66.597
7.19
713
3595
254
turmeric (gm)
52.610
9.79
867
4658
255
black pepper (gm)
11.792
3.97
329
1732
256
dry chillies (gm)
89.316
12.58
796
4190
257
tamarind (gm)
47.974
4.62
332
1654
258
curry powder (gm)
32.594
7.16
411
1960
260
oilseeds (gm)
27.462
2.52
528
2404
261
other spices (gm)
51.247
11.51
680
3502
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:10
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
609.379
81.39
898
4848
8.902
42.35
571
2782
118.133
29.27
797
4483
0.226
1.50
27
114
coffee: powder (gm)
9.631
4.24
116
605
274
mineral water (litre)
1.283
2.07
41
193
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.166
6.46
118
587
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.103
6.03
99
488
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
5.43
89
450
279
beverages: sub-total
-
97.36
979
5055
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
2.766
79.51
210
902
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.303
8.33
24
113
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.183
2.58
14
107
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
62.54
665
3174
284
other served processed food
-
4.65
93
497
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
157.59
746
3661
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
24.90
275
1709
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
34.63
711
3819
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.147
17.85
460
2415
293
chips (gm)
27.210
5.09
161
871
294
pickles (gm)
20.818
2.84
156
805
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
11.632
1.91
67
352
296
other packaged food
-
4.37
93
509
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
91.58
874
4605
777
total: food group
-
1576.60
1000
5153
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:11
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.245
1.82
62
376
102
rice – other sources
3.666
108.29
851
2713
103
chira
0.130
4.09
296
690
104
khoi, lawa
0.009
0.30
19
30
105
muri
0.064
2.17
158
476
106
other rice products
0.046
1.28
58
186
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.111
0.91
58
284
108
wheat/atta – other sources
4.001
73.75
811
2424
110
maida
0.094
2.21
230
711
111
suji, rawa
0.174
4.71
494
1409
112
sewai, noodles
0.069
5.24
288
874
113
bread: bakery
0.233
9.49
484
1403
114
other wheat products
0.004
0.21
11
40
115
jowar & its products
0.116
3.30
70
170
116
bajra & its products
0.057
0.90
44
97
117
maize & its products
0.023
0.43
25
111
118
barley & its products
0.001
0.04
4
11
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.08
4
9
121
ragi & its products
0.057
0.91
56
148
122
other cereals
0.011
0.59
25
84
129
cereal: sub-total
9.110
220.71
882
2835
139
cereal substitutes
0.055
2.34
133
359
140
arhar, tur
0.381
26.23
712
2002
141
gram: split
0.113
5.70
496
1454
142
gram: whole
0.073
3.78
318
1025
143
moong
0.176
12.72
667
2020
144
masur
0.094
5.73
356
1219
145
urd
0.132
8.79
440
1429
146
peas
0.020
0.88
112
391
147
khesari
0.000
0.01
1
12
148
other pulses
0.052
3.37
217
701
150
gram products
0.013
0.84
81
262
151
besan
0.120
6.16
479
1310
152
other pulse products
0.023
1.51
117
394
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
1.198
75.71
866
2792
160
milk: liquid (litre)
9.359
287.27
846
2629
161
baby food
0.005
1.70
17
63
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.009
1.77
39
262
163
curd
0.143
6.13
237
682
164
ghee
0.115
38.39
432
1282
165
butter
0.012
3.15
106
325
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:11
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
5.53
137
353
167
other milk products
-
3.93
96
301
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
347.87
877
2797
170
salt
0.262
3.31
865
2791
171
sugar – PDS
0.062
0.89
89
425
172
sugar – other sources
1.003
33.07
830
2614
173
gur
0.068
2.70
243
777
174
candy, misri
0.005
0.27
40
128
175
honey
0.005
1.25
56
184
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.404
41.48
878
2833
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.026
2.08
45
173
181
mustard oil
0.226
19.23
267
1028
182
groundnut oil
0.121
11.78
92
215
183
coconut oil
0.027
2.72
47
226
184
refined oil
0.637
56.60
610
1825
185
edible oil: others
0.056
4.31
62
220
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.092
96.72
864
2781
190
eggs (no.)
5.095
18.10
392
1263
191
fish, prawn
0.390
49.92
215
873
192
goat meat/mutton
0.146
42.92
136
470
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.030
4.09
18
133
194
pork
0.006
0.85
4
83
195
chicken
0.370
45.41
282
883
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.18
1
30
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
161.47
498
1711
200
potato
1.711
19.97
807
2593
201
onion
1.191
18.01
842
2719
202
tomato
1.118
20.89
831
2633
203
brinjal
0.430
9.08
489
1426
204
radish
0.210
3.01
202
626
205
carrot
0.312
6.65
329
1024
206
palak/other
0.712
15.02
587
1842
207
green chillies
0.186
6.91
764
2400
208
lady's finger
0.421
12.82
485
1464
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.131
3.69
158
489
211
cauliflower
0.466
10.69
425
1206
212
cabbage
0.388
7.24
403
1119
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.291
5.21
245
880
214
peas
0.258
6.48
227
667
215
beans, barbati
0.219
6.47
287
951
216
lemon (no.)
3.383
6.19
480
1380
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:11
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.852
20.41
560
1779
-
178.77
865
2797
11.961
30.06
649
1964
0.011
0.15
4
22
watermelon
0.183
2.93
55
170
223
pineapple (no.)
0.060
1.08
23
91
224
coconut (no.)
0.969
10.13
262
816
225
green coconut (no.)
0.383
5.83
91
223
226
guava
0.126
3.04
101
306
227
singara
0.020
0.38
12
24
228
orange, mausami (no.)
2.589
12.17
217
710
230
papaya
0.184
4.13
98
294
231
mango
0.371
17.90
174
529
232
kharbooza
0.036
0.65
14
48
233
pears/nashpati
0.009
0.47
10
30
234
berries
0.003
0.08
3
12
235
leechi
0.018
1.31
17
54
236
apple
0.537
52.29
440
1332
237
grapes
0.187
12.02
198
582
238
other fresh fruits
-
7.87
117
353
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
162.51
901
2794
240
coconut: copra
0.047
4.46
197
426
241
groundnut
0.141
10.84
367
865
242
dates
0.031
3.46
92
295
243
cashewnut
0.027
13.16
196
532
244
walnut
0.005
1.91
32
78
245
other nuts
0.009
3.83
49
153
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.028
8.09
170
492
247
other dry fruits
0.017
7.64
88
237
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.305
53.38
533
1454
250
ginger (gm)
100.920
6.24
749
2357
251
garlic (gm)
98.165
8.46
770
2441
252
jeera (gm)
43.261
9.27
789
2445
253
dhania (gm)
73.591
8.06
684
2112
254
turmeric (gm)
55.449
10.64
827
2668
255
black pepper (gm)
13.810
4.65
351
1076
256
dry chillies (gm)
89.349
12.37
759
2399
257
tamarind (gm)
41.770
3.96
267
914
258
curry powder (gm)
37.907
8.46
443
1236
260
oilseeds (gm)
26.440
2.40
459
1366
261
other spices (gm)
55.098
12.86
666
2037
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:11
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
269
spices: sub-total
270
tea: cups (no.)
271
tea: leaf (gm)
272
coffee: cups (no.)
273
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
635.758
87.40
864
2788
9.330
46.41
538
1670
128.285
32.54
805
2619
0.337
2.74
33
89
coffee: powder (gm)
11.899
5.53
133
411
274
mineral water (litre)
1.884
3.88
54
158
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.223
8.73
124
421
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.156
10.29
122
387
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
8.02
101
284
279
beverages: sub-total
-
118.15
953
3002
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
4.062
156.56
281
737
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.592
21.77
30
73
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.118
2.32
8
41
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
81.66
670
1961
284
other served processed food
-
6.54
84
277
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
268.85
790
2294
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
42.18
331
1085
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
44.10
740
2298
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.197
24.59
521
1553
293
chips (gm)
39.070
7.41
174
520
294
pickles (gm)
21.515
3.22
145
491
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
21.566
3.87
113
280
296
other packaged food
-
4.96
83
304
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
130.34
889
2745
777
total: food group
-
1945.69
1000
3073
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:12
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.200
1.65
41
259
102
rice – other sources
3.313
109.01
724
2263
103
chira
0.110
3.51
207
590
104
khoi, lawa
0.006
0.28
14
30
105
muri
0.047
1.67
97
290
106
other rice products
0.055
1.52
48
200
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.055
0.56
27
169
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.594
72.30
695
2069
110
maida
0.098
2.38
186
584
111
suji, rawa
0.185
4.96
389
1132
112
sewai, noodles
0.087
7.47
282
801
113
bread: bakery
0.302
12.74
491
1397
114
other wheat products
0.016
0.47
17
46
115
jowar & its products
0.082
2.57
54
128
116
bajra & its products
0.026
0.45
29
77
117
maize & its products
0.023
0.64
27
97
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.00
1
5
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.07
4
14
121
ragi & its products
0.059
1.05
44
138
122
other cereals
0.015
1.21
33
142
129
cereal: sub-total
8.274
224.51
774
2374
139
cereal substitutes
0.049
1.65
89
304
140
arhar, tur
0.336
23.91
602
1722
141
gram: split
0.099
5.20
391
1128
142
gram: whole
0.079
4.38
290
967
143
moong
0.179
13.45
596
1780
144
masur
0.090
5.51
306
1024
145
urd
0.147
10.32
403
1252
146
peas
0.027
1.20
110
361
147
khesari
0.001
0.04
3
28
148
other pulses
0.060
4.08
215
661
150
gram products
0.015
1.05
80
182
151
besan
0.103
5.46
412
1096
152
other pulse products
0.028
1.88
130
381
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
160
milk: liquid (litre)
161
1.163
76.50
743
2317
10.567
343.47
743
2231
baby food
0.012
3.70
23
50
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.009
1.80
33
214
163
curd
0.181
7.99
206
601
164
ghee
0.125
43.34
405
1187
165
butter
0.021
5.83
153
424
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:12
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
9.27
151
415
167
other milk products
-
5.40
97
280
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
420.80
787
2415
170
salt
0.246
3.20
741
2331
171
sugar – PDS
0.045
0.70
56
282
172
sugar – other sources
0.926
30.93
740
2219
173
gur
0.071
2.91
200
641
174
candy, misri
0.005
0.30
41
122
175
honey
0.010
2.64
86
249
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.303
40.69
769
2388
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.024
2.09
27
126
181
mustard oil
0.211
18.37
220
790
182
groundnut oil
0.096
9.82
62
170
183
coconut oil
0.042
4.43
55
273
184
refined oil
0.675
63.80
563
1579
185
edible oil: others
0.043
4.03
45
183
189
edible oil: sub-total
1.092
102.55
731
2309
190
eggs (no.)
5.621
20.27
339
1145
191
fish, prawn
0.479
69.43
177
781
192
goat meat/mutton
0.168
50.30
104
328
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.032
3.95
11
74
194
pork
0.007
0.88
4
45
195
chicken
0.453
55.63
228
801
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.30
2
12
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
200.76
408
1455
200
potato
1.749
21.27
684
2117
201
onion
1.272
20.17
715
2253
202
tomato
1.156
22.25
697
2202
203
brinjal
0.410
9.31
391
1156
204
radish
0.221
3.22
177
518
205
carrot
0.311
7.64
303
973
206
palak/other
0.657
15.29
464
1478
207
green chillies
0.194
7.51
656
1994
208
lady's finger
0.438
13.83
418
1246
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.153
4.42
155
461
211
cauliflower
0.493
12.36
352
992
212
cabbage
0.354
7.20
299
925
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.370
7.14
261
815
214
peas
0.254
8.25
213
623
215
beans, barbati
0.215
7.28
263
839
216
lemon (no.)
4.123
8.76
459
1205
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:12
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
banana (no.)
221
jackfruit
222
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.835
21.42
505
1515
-
197.38
737
2331
15.179
41.13
664
1826
0.035
0.62
6
30
watermelon
0.214
3.90
67
147
223
pineapple (no.)
0.085
2.04
29
110
224
coconut (no.)
1.076
12.02
222
759
225
green coconut (no.)
0.643
11.22
130
286
226
guava
0.176
4.90
110
294
227
singara
0.011
0.23
6
23
228
orange, mausami (no.)
3.813
19.07
239
722
230
papaya
0.260
6.28
114
326
231
mango
0.481
24.94
181
474
232
kharbooza
0.095
2.51
35
66
233
pears/nashpati
0.019
1.19
15
46
234
berries
0.000
0.02
1
5
235
leechi
0.023
1.57
15
44
236
apple
0.774
81.98
500
1381
237
grapes
0.246
16.30
213
558
238
other fresh fruits
-
14.39
140
420
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
244.30
913
2515
240
coconut: copra
0.037
3.80
121
296
241
groundnut
0.118
9.34
245
697
242
dates
0.050
6.25
116
324
243
cashewnut
0.049
25.38
241
658
244
walnut
0.010
4.71
36
88
245
other nuts
0.020
8.94
77
217
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.034
10.25
167
505
247
other dry fruits
0.028
11.06
90
257
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.346
79.72
491
1398
250
ginger (gm)
105.571
6.56
635
1972
251
garlic (gm)
97.261
8.29
648
2041
252
jeera (gm)
45.302
10.13
675
2035
253
dhania (gm)
77.055
8.70
602
1824
254
turmeric (gm)
59.455
11.40
713
2231
255
black pepper (gm)
15.613
5.33
322
991
256
dry chillies (gm)
90.482
12.65
617
1938
257
tamarind (gm)
40.701
4.00
239
811
258
curry powder (gm)
36.046
8.40
363
1036
260
oilseeds (gm)
22.417
2.31
367
1109
261
other spices (gm)
62.253
14.97
579
1771
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:12
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
Urban
quantity per
30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
652.154
92.77
732
2314
270
tea: cups (no.)
11.346
57.89
514
1494
271
tea: leaf (gm)
128.625
34.71
675
2165
272
coffee: cups (no.)
1.924
16.15
139
189
273
coffee: powder (gm)
20.014
10.34
169
506
274
mineral water (litre)
2.516
7.44
82
206
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.392
15.31
180
463
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.335
22.87
178
470
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
15.83
149
317
279
beverages: sub-total
-
180.53
956
2645
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
10.257
564.57
505
1046
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.689
38.52
47
66
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.057
1.23
4
23
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
152.98
710
1755
284
other served processed food
-
34.61
111
300
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
791.91
855
2132
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
72.48
405
1055
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
67.69
789
2017
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.261
35.34
511
1446
293
chips (gm)
50.236
9.75
180
502
294
pickles (gm)
23.502
3.52
132
431
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
46.912
7.90
164
397
296
other packaged food
-
8.41
80
265
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
205.08
909
2440
777
total: food group
-
2859.12
1000
2716
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:all
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
101
rice – P.D.S.
0.882
5.21
233
12442
102
rice – other sources
3.605
86.44
876
37137
103
chira
0.088
2.59
257
9509
104
khoi, lawa
0.003
0.12
15
507
105
muri
0.058
1.97
165
6934
106
other rice products
0.027
0.65
42
1711
107
wheat/atta – P.D.S.
0.406
2.53
190
8815
108
wheat/atta – other sources
3.605
57.44
764
29818
110
maida
0.056
1.26
182
7429
111
suji, rawa
0.109
2.82
424
16039
112
sewai, noodles
0.030
2.02
180
7629
113
bread: bakery
0.110
4.53
338
14264
114
other wheat products
0.005
0.17
12
441
115
jowar & its products
0.132
3.44
76
2642
116
bajra & its products
0.081
1.12
55
1619
117
maize & its products
0.014
0.25
21
1119
118
barley & its products
0.000
0.01
2
66
120
small millets & its products
0.001
0.05
5
186
121
ragi & its products
0.061
0.88
54
1801
122
other cereals
0.007
0.29
18
791
129
cereal: sub-total
9.280
173.82
934
40463
139
cereal substitutes
0.031
1.23
109
3864
140
arhar, tur
0.301
19.47
741
27111
141
gram: split
0.085
4.10
466
18125
142
gram: whole
0.045
2.22
259
11452
143
moong
0.117
8.15
600
23524
144
masur
0.093
5.20
380
18134
145
urd
0.098
6.10
447
17262
146
peas
0.023
0.87
119
5270
147
khesari
0.002
0.07
7
374
148
other pulses
0.036
2.11
195
8441
150
gram products
0.011
0.68
96
3439
151
besan
0.075
3.73
451
16816
152
other pulse products
0.016
0.97
117
5083
159
pulses & pulse products: sub-total
0.901
53.66
925
39902
160
milk: liquid (litre)
5.422
158.43
849
33913
161
baby food
0.006
1.45
25
1060
162
milk: condensed/powder
0.006
1.31
38
4128
163
curd
0.062
2.64
172
6563
164
ghee
0.050
16.32
274
10325
165
butter
0.004
0.92
45
2083
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:all
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
166
ice-cream
-
1.72
79
2960
167
other milk products
-
1.51
62
2410
169
milk & milk products: sub-total
-
184.31
890
37435
170
salt
0.241
2.76
923
40107
171
sugar – PDS
0.084
1.27
206
10905
172
sugar – other sources
0.732
23.89
853
35331
173
gur
0.044
1.67
211
8245
174
candy, misri
0.002
0.12
30
1189
175
honey
0.002
0.39
26
1034
179
salt & sugar: sub-total
1.105
30.11
934
40453
180
vanaspati/ margarine
0.021
1.59
50
2515
181
mustard oil
0.242
20.20
341
18105
182
groundnut oil
0.081
7.53
85
2638
183
coconut oil
0.016
1.57
35
2060
184
refined oil
0.400
32.62
517
20161
185
edible oil: others
0.094
6.52
123
4637
189
edible oil: sub-total
0.853
70.03
926
40103
190
eggs (no.)
3.180
11.12
376
16012
191
fish, prawn
0.252
26.73
210
11417
192
goat meat/mutton
0.079
21.78
100
4168
193
beef/ buffalo meat
0.064
6.55
50
2486
194
pork
0.006
0.88
5
1356
195
chicken
0.239
28.65
270
10606
196
others: birds, crab, etc.
0.002
0.28
3
956
199
egg, fish & meat: sub-total
-
95.99
550
25162
200
potato
1.612
17.41
855
37309
201
onion
0.951
13.66
908
39063
202
tomato
0.806
13.90
848
34833
203
brinjal
0.358
6.96
538
21719
204
radish
0.140
1.73
176
7550
205
carrot
0.153
3.26
254
9868
206
palak/other
0.528
9.74
590
26236
207
green chillies
0.166
5.69
814
33334
208
lady's finger
0.281
7.46
443
16765
210
parwal/patal, kundru
0.106
2.65
161
6048
211
cauliflower
0.326
6.50
360
14258
212
cabbage
0.271
4.61
360
14603
213
gourd, pumpkin
0.281
4.44
288
12753
214
peas
0.150
3.40
179
6985
215
beans, barbati
0.139
3.99
255
10695
216
lemon (no.)
2.117
3.72
438
15746
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Table 1U : Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: food items
All-India
fractile class of MPCE:all
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
217
other vegetables
219
vegetables: sub-total
220
221
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.574
12.56
588
24625
-
121.70
926
40241
banana (no.)
6.694
15.31
532
20667
jackfruit
0.008
0.11
4
277
222
watermelon
0.094
1.34
40
1666
223
pineapple (no.)
0.027
0.50
13
818
224
coconut (no.)
0.614
5.97
251
9783
225
green coconut (no.)
0.141
2.00
54
1735
226
guava
0.091
1.90
97
3527
227
singara
0.011
0.22
11
421
228
orange, mausami (no.)
1.021
4.48
124
5255
230
papaya
0.081
1.76
61
2476
231
mango
0.202
8.33
134
5462
232
kharbooza
0.025
0.46
14
528
233
pears/nashpati
0.004
0.20
5
246
234
berries
0.003
0.09
5
169
235
leechi
0.008
0.48
9
400
236
apple
0.191
18.10
227
9091
237
grapes
0.084
4.84
130
4951
238
other fresh fruits
-
3.42
87
3739
239
fruits, fresh: sub-total
-
69.51
818
33080
240
coconut: copra
0.026
2.54
154
4773
241
groundnut
0.087
6.45
292
9725
242
dates
0.015
1.50
52
2068
243
cashewnut
0.008
3.84
77
3037
244
walnut
0.001
0.53
11
404
245
other nuts
0.003
1.17
22
880
246
raisin, kishmish, monacca
0.009
2.46
83
3248
247
other dry fruits
0.006
2.13
41
1790
249
fruits, dry: sub-total
0.156
20.61
409
14766
250
ginger (gm)
73.318
4.34
768
31646
251
garlic (gm)
81.097
6.52
843
35383
252
jeera (gm)
33.346
6.84
829
32840
253
dhania (gm)
58.579
6.09
739
28901
254
turmeric (gm)
46.349
8.32
895
38313
255
black pepper (gm)
9.328
3.02
322
12323
256
dry chillies (gm)
77.667
10.37
817
34150
257
tamarind (gm)
35.478
3.25
300
11421
258
curry powder (gm)
21.952
4.60
369
13656
260
oilseeds (gm)
20.935
1.86
493
17716
261
other spices (gm)
41.082
8.50
681
27545
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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All-India
fractile class of MPCE:all
item code
item description
(1)
(2)
quantity
per 30 days
(kg*)
value (Rs)
(3)
(4)
Urban
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
269
spices: sub-total
499.131
63.73
925
40105
270
tea: cups (no.)
5.821
26.08
496
20001
271
tea: leaf (gm)
95.320
22.21
838
37011
272
coffee: cups (no.)
0.190
1.41
25
660
273
coffee: powder (gm)
5.631
2.33
88
3180
274
mineral water (litre)
0.544
1.11
24
888
275
cold beverages (litre)
0.082
3.13
71
2772
276
fruit juice and shake (no.)
0.053
3.16
56
2308
277
other beverages: cocoa, chocolates, etc.
-
3.16
64
2315
279
beverages: sub-total
-
62.59
964
40641
5138
280
cooked meals purchased (no.)
1.536
57.54
156
281
cooked meals received free in workplace (no.)
0.197
5.97
19
719
282
cooked meals received as an assistance (no.)
0.876
8.77
78
3781
283
cooked snacks purchased
-
36.94
598
22497
284
other served processed food
-
3.97
76
3092
289
served processed food: sub-total
-
113.19
705
27322
290
prepared sweets, cake, pastry
-
16.38
242
10429
291
biscuits, chocolates, etc.
-
23.73
721
30286
292
papad, bhujia, namkeen
0.106
12.22
438
16784
293
chips (gm)
14.975
2.77
118
4983
294
pickles (gm)
11.498
1.53
116
4692
295
sauce, jam, jelly (gm)
6.606
1.11
46
1612
296
other packaged food
-
2.65
72
3229
299
packaged processed food: sub-total
-
60.39
863
35791
777
total: food group
-
1120.88
1000
41960
* unless otherwise specified
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 30 days for items 101-179 and 7 days for items 180-299
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Andhra Pradesh
item code
(1)
Rural
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
item description
(2)
300
pan: leaf (no.)
301
302
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
319
320
321
322
323
324
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
2.099
0.79
62
289
pan: finished (no.)
ingredients for pan (gm)
pan: sub-total
bidi (no.)
cigarettes (no.)
leaf tobacco (gm)
snuff (gm)
hookah tobacco (gm)
cheroot (no.)
zarda, kimam, surti (gm)
other tobacco products
tobacco: sub-total
ganja (gm)
toddy (litre)
country liquor (litre)
beer (litre)
foreign/refined liquor or wine (litre)
0.152
23.975
3.906
17.415
0.060
0.476
1.316
0.536
0.000
0.793
0.114
0.031
0.069
0.44
0.85
2.08
9.05
11.50
2.25
0.06
0.11
1.37
0.32
2.74
27.39
0.00
11.06
8.01
4.11
34.26
11
57
73
183
113
56
2
2
42
10
54
419
0
135
61
25
119
51
268
345
659
486
137
10
8
135
49
212
1508
0
462
196
131
437
325
329
330
331
other intoxicants
intoxicants: sub-total
coke (kg)
firewood and chips (kg)
0.073
18.874
2.07
59.51
0.15
39.58
8
326
4
821
25
1169
15
3161
332
333
334
335
electricity (std. unit)
dung cake
kerosene – P.D.S. (litre)
kerosene – other sources (litre)
15.723
0.368
0.053
34.53
0.32
5.48
1.51
973
30
808
112
3860
90
3062
456
336
337
338
340
matches (box)
coal (kg)
L.P.G. (kg)
charcoal (kg)
1.699
0.003
0.636
0.016
1.71
0.01
18.35
0.12
954
1
362
6
3807
12
1829
19
341
342
343
344
candle (no.)
gobar gas
petrol (excl. conveyance) (litre)
diesel (excl. conveyance) (litre)
0.265
0.000
0.000
0.66
0.03
0.00
0.00
307
1
0
0
1254
7
2
1
345
349
350
351
other fuel
fuel and light: sub-total
dhoti (no.)
sari (no.)
0.011
0.068
2.32
104.78
2.03
25.00
281
997
227
942
1128
3922
816
3785
352
353
354
355
cloth for shirt, pyjama, kurta etc. (m.)
cloth for trousers, suit, etc. (m.)
coat, jacket, sweater etc.
shawl, chaddar (no.)
0.118
0.056
0.002
0.001
12.50
9.66
0.29
0.20
838
616
42
26
3377
2624
184
89
356
school/college uniform: boys
-
2.26
149
667
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Andhra Pradesh
item code
(1)
Rural
item description
(2)
357
school/college uniform:girls
358
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
-
1.86
133
549
kurta-pajama suits: males (no.)
kurta-pajama suits: females (no.)
kurta, kameez (no.)
pajamas, salwar (no.)
shirts, T-shirts (no.)
shorts, trousers, bermudas (no.)
frocks, skirts, etc (no.)
blouse, dupatta, scarf, etc (no.)
lungi (no.)
other casual wear
baniyan, socks, other hosiery (no.)
gamchha, towel, handkerchief (no.)
infant clothing
headwear, belts, ties (no.)
knitting wool (gm)
clothing, first-hand: other
clothing, second-hand
0.002
0.009
0.001
0.003
0.038
0.031
0.009
0.012
0.038
0.147
0.052
0.003
0.001
-
0.60
3.26
0.21
1.25
8.69
9.90
1.88
0.77
3.85
1.36
6.54
2.53
1.22
0.21
0.00
1.21
0.11
38
159
16
44
588
488
126
166
704
201
845
728
80
66
1
189
14
141
708
59
214
2442
2019
528
657
2997
883
3479
2887
336
322
4
765
52
379
380
381
382
clothing: sub-total
bed sheet, bed cover (no.)
rug, blanket (no.)
pillow, quilt, mattress (no.)
0.009
0.005
0.002
97.35
2.02
1.37
0.25
995
225
145
34
3907
991
602
180
383
384
385
389
cloth for upholstery, etc (m.)
mosquito net (no.)
bedding: others
bedding, etc.: sub-total
0.001
0.001
-
0.09
0.09
0.03
3.84
13
19
9
352
48
80
44
1498
390
391
392
393
leather boots, shoes (pair)
leather sandals, chappals, etc. (pair)
other leather footwear (pair)
rubber/ PVC footwear (pair)
0.003
0.012
0.012
0.059
1.07
2.50
2.34
5.70
88
230
240
798
435
1028
990
3185
394
395
399
400
other footwear (pair)
footwear, second-hand
footwear: sub-total
books, journals, first hand
0.021
0.000
0.106
-
2.89
0.01
14.50
7.48
372
3
987
402
1521
14
3876
1656
401
402
403
404
books, journals, etc., second hand
newspapers, periodicals
library charges
stationery, photocopying charge
-
0.17
0.94
0.02
7.04
15
47
3
515
64
336
13
2052
405
406
407
408
tuition and other fees (school, college, etc.)
private tutor/ coaching
educational CD
other educational expenses
-
42.57
0.43
0.00
0.57
336
12
1
56
1364
65
6
226
409
education: sub-total
-
59.23
564
2329
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
(1)
Rural
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
item description
(2)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
410
medicine
-
14.67
116
471
411
412
413
414
419
420
421
422
423
424
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
X-ray, ECG, pathological test, etc.
doctor's/surgeon's fee
hospital & nursing home charges
other medical expenses
medical, institutional: sub-total
medicine
X-ray, ECG, pathological test, etc.
doctor’s/ surgeon’s fee
family planning devices
other medical expenses
medical, non-institutional: sub-total
cinema, theatre
mela, fair, picnic
sports goods, toys, etc.
club fees
goods for recreation and hobbies
photography
-
3.70
5.56
5.65
4.66
34.24
68.00
6.91
13.32
0.02
2.91
91.17
3.67
0.04
0.61
0.07
0.05
0.69
88
108
93
45
120
770
69
444
1
32
777
123
2
17
1
0
7
365
443
386
180
496
3068
281
1821
4
111
3097
483
7
108
1
7
28
436
437
438
439
VCD/ DVD hire (including instrument)
cable TV
other entertainment
entertainment: sub-total
-
0.03
21.05
1.32
27.54
3
709
21
737
24
3134
109
3238
440
441
442
443
spectacles
torch
lock
umbrella, raincoat
-
2.06
0.83
0.50
0.60
20
19
33
20
77
93
119
85
444
445
449
450
lighter (bidi/ cigarette/ gas stove)
other minor durable-type goods
minor durable-type goods: sub-total
toilet soap
-
0.11
0.05
4.15
15.83
12
3
96
984
60
19
400
3881
451
452
453
454
toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, etc.
powder, snow, cream and perfume
hair oil, shampoo, hair cream
shaving blades, shaving stick, razor
-
7.45
5.71
10.35
1.08
886
689
956
355
3618
2860
3792
1555
455
456
457
459
shaving cream, aftershave lotion
sanitary napkins
other toilet articles
toilet articles: sub-total
-
0.47
1.13
3.27
45.28
86
135
518
993
430
587
2197
3918
460
461
462
463
electric bulb, tubelight
electric batteries
other non-durable electric goods
earthenware
-
2.45
0.18
0.02
0.11
294
48
3
10
1234
242
12
57
464
glassware
-
0.19
2
14
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
(1)
Rural
item description
(2)
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
465
bucket & other plastic goods
-
1.81
94
429
466
467
468
470
471
472
473
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
coir, rope, etc.
washing soap/ soda/ powder
other washing requisites
incense (agarbatti), room freshener
flower (fresh), all purposes
mosquito repellent, insecticide, acid etc.
other petty articles
other household consumables: sub-total
domestic servant/cook
attendant
sweeper
barber, beautician, etc.
washerman, laundry, ironing
tailor
grinding charges
telephone charges, landline
telephone charges, mobile
-
0.06
18.91
1.82
3.40
2.83
5.02
3.30
40.09
0.90
0.38
0.12
13.61
6.92
8.79
1.47
1.52
28.95
7
978
377
638
369
421
495
991
6
2
2
842
317
170
292
60
786
33
3876
1618
2672
1461
1819
2040
3917
64
1
18
3439
1396
701
1294
258
3385
490
491
492
493
postage & telegram
miscellaneous expenses
priest
legal expenses
-
0.08
3.26
0.57
1.03
8
317
37
0
38
1245
207
1
494
495
496
497
repair charges for non-durables
pet animals (incl. birds, fish)
internet expenses
other consumer services excl. conveyance
-
0.01
0.63
0.72
0.91
2
9
21
146
11
40
62
579
499
500
501
502
consumer services excl. conveyance: sub-total
air fare
railway fare
bus/tram fare
-
69.87
0.00
1.51
25.64
954
0
26
609
3844
0
99
2375
503
504
505
506
taxi, auto-rickshaw fare
steamer, boat fare
rickshaw (hand drawn & cycle) fare
horse cart fare
-
17.13
0.09
0.02
0.00
668
2
1
0
2658
8
9
0
507
508
510
511
porter charges
petrol for vehicle
diesel for vehicle
lubricants & other fuels for vehicle
-
0.09
20.35
0.50
0.29
1
148
3
11
11
984
40
66
512
513
519
520
school bus, van, etc.
other conveyance expenses
conveyance: sub-total
house rent, garage rent (actual)
-
5.27
1.42
72.32
20.64
49
7
905
82
276
39
3678
261
521
hotel lodging charges
-
0.03
0
2
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
Rural
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
item description
(1)
(2)
522
residential land rent
523
529
539
540
541
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
559
560
561
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
-
0.02
0
1
other consumer rent
rent: sub-total
house/garage rent (imputed)
water charges
other consumer taxes & cesses
consumer taxes and cesses: sub-total
bedstead
almirah, dressing table
chair, stool, bench, table
suitcase and other travel goods
foam, rubber cushion
carpet, daree & other floor mattings
paintings, drawings, engravings, etc.
other furniture & fixtures
furniture & fixtures: sub-total
radio, tape recorder, 2-in-1
television
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.41
21.10
2.25
4.12
6.38
0.91
1.06
0.66
0.33
0.00
0.01
0.02
0.48
3.46
0.00
3.52
3
82
337
588
651
20
11
48
39
0
1
0
4
105
0
68
3
266
0
1479
2443
2700
74
39
217
152
1
9
3
9
428
4
261
562
563
564
565
VCR/VCD/DVD player
camera & photographic equipment
CD, DVD, audio/video cassette, etc
musical instruments
0.000
-
0.40
0.02
0.06
0.02
7
2
18
1
33
5
127
6
566
569
570
571
other goods for recreation
goods for recreation: sub-total
stainless steel utensils
other metal utensils
-
0.06
4.07
1.65
0.36
2
87
166
37
9
399
716
170
572
573
579
580
casseroles, thermos, thermoware
other crockery & utensils
crockery & utensils: sub-total
electric fan
0.001
0.02
0.07
2.10
1.03
4
12
201
95
26
75
866
377
581
582
583
584
air conditioner, air cooler
inverter
lantern, lamp, electric lampshade
sewing machine
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.49
0.40
0.00
0.16
10
3
1
13
82
18
4
53
585
586
587
588
washing machine
stove, gas burner
pressure cooker/ pressure pan
refrigerator
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.29
0.82
0.43
0.25
2
27
18
2
7
114
62
40
590
591
592
599
water purifier
electric iron & other elec. heating appliances
other cooking/ household appliances
cooking & household appliances: sub-total
0.000
-
0.04
0.07
0.19
4.18
1
5
5
156
11
26
37
675
600
bicycle
0.000
2.24
329
1205
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Andhra Pradesh
item code
(1)
Rural
item description
(2)
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
601
motorcycle, scooter
0.000
13.74
136
947
602
603
604
609
610
611
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
629
630
631
632
motor car, jeep
tyres & tubes
other transport equipment
personal transport equipment: sub-total
contact lenses, hearing aids, etc.
other medical equipment
therapeutic appliances: sub-total
clock, watch
other machines for household work
PC/ laptop including software
mobile phone handset
telephone (landline) instrument
any other personal goods
other personal goods: sub-total
bathroom and sanitary equipment
plugs & other electrical fittings
residential building & land (repairing cost)
0.000
0.004
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
-
3.38
1.10
0.15
20.61
0.05
0.00
0.05
0.10
0.00
0.22
4.47
0.02
0.03
4.85
0.20
0.14
6.07
7
123
1
433
3
0
4
96
0
3
119
1
0
191
1
13
180
62
528
10
1947
10
1
11
400
3
11
480
4
2
786
7
58
803
633
639
640
641
other durables
repair of res. building, land, etc.: sub-total
gold ornaments
silver ornaments
-
0.03
6.45
19.30
3.62
2
189
42
33
6
847
212
139
642
643
649
659
jewels, pearls
other ornaments
jewellery/ornaments: sub-total
durable: total
-
2.33
0.57
25.82
71.59
2
35
98
722
13
151
453
3049
888
999
total: non-food group
total: food + non-food (777+888)
-
852.40
1753.96
1000
1000
3925
3925
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
(1)
300
301
302
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
340
341
342
343
344
345
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
Rural
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
item description
(2)
(3)
pan: leaf (no.)
pan: finished (no.)
ingredients for pan (gm)
pan: sub-total
bidi (no.)
cigarettes (no.)
leaf tobacco (gm)
snuff (gm)
hookah tobacco (gm)
cheroot (no.)
zarda, kimam, surti (gm)
other tobacco products
tobacco: sub-total
ganja (gm)
toddy (litre)
country liquor (litre)
beer (litre)
foreign/refined liquor or wine (litre)
other intoxicants
intoxicants: sub-total
coke (kg)
firewood and chips (kg)
electricity (std. unit)
dung cake
kerosene – P.D.S. (litre)
kerosene – other sources (litre)
matches (box)
coal (kg)
L.P.G. (kg)
charcoal (kg)
candle (no.)
gobar gas
petrol (excl. conveyance) (litre)
diesel (excl. conveyance) (litre)
other fuel
fuel and light: sub-total
dhoti (no.)
sari (no.)
cloth for shirt, pyjama, kurta etc. (m.)
cloth for trousers, suit, etc. (m.)
coat, jacket, sweater etc.
shawl, chaddar (no.)
school/college uniform: boys
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
3.735
1.530
-
1.89
5.35
3.40
10.64
105
116
93
234
89
138
82
243
7.273
1.420
21.211
0.656
2.030
0.011
0.710
0.000
0.004
0.826
0.201
0.060
0.278
47.287
4.287
0.181
0.152
1.134
0.004
0.867
0.004
0.619
0.036
0.002
0.001
0.006
0.021
0.010
0.018
0.008
-
3.00
4.37
3.89
0.11
0.37
0.00
0.25
4.55
16.54
0.00
0.09
21.79
11.94
11.97
34.64
80.43
0.55
119.27
15.14
0.00
2.96
3.94
1.33
0.00
26.52
0.07
2.64
0.05
2.32
0.07
0.68
175.55
0.20
2.07
2.57
1.81
10.84
2.86
8.99
117
63
227
6
17
0
14
172
493
0
2
186
77
84
193
486
6
789
644
0
261
288
872
2
337
2
273
6
17
1
13
998
26
122
221
101
436
268
402
112
80
245
10
6
1
17
176
525
0
3
193
88
102
205
532
8
898
716
1
233
306
881
4
361
4
322
4
25
5
22
1062
29
126
260
123
503
314
495
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
(1)
357
358
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
Rural
item description
(2)
school/college uniform:girls
kurta-pajama suits: males (no.)
kurta-pajama suits: females (no.)
kurta, kameez (no.)
pajamas, salwar (no.)
shirts, T-shirts (no.)
shorts, trousers, bermudas (no.)
frocks, skirts, etc (no.)
blouse, dupatta, scarf, etc (no.)
lungi (no.)
other casual wear
baniyan, socks, other hosiery (no.)
gamchha, towel, handkerchief (no.)
infant clothing
headwear, belts, ties (no.)
knitting wool (gm)
clothing, first-hand: other
clothing, second-hand
clothing: sub-total
bed sheet, bed cover (no.)
rug, blanket (no.)
pillow, quilt, mattress (no.)
cloth for upholstery, etc (m.)
mosquito net (no.)
bedding: others
bedding, etc.: sub-total
leather boots, shoes (pair)
leather sandals, chappals, etc. (pair)
other leather footwear (pair)
rubber/ PVC footwear (pair)
other footwear (pair)
footwear, second-hand
footwear: sub-total
books, journals, first hand
books, journals, etc., second hand
newspapers, periodicals
library charges
stationery, photocopying charge
tuition and other fees (school, college, etc.)
private tutor/ coaching
educational CD
other educational expenses
education: sub-total
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
0.002
0.003
0.003
8.04
0.71
1.21
0.85
380
49
62
72
445
55
106
79
0.003
0.029
0.009
0.008
0.019
0.007
0.070
0.020
0.002
0.976
0.019
0.011
0.011
0.003
0.005
0.013
0.020
0.006
0.040
0.016
0.002
0.096
-
1.21
7.89
2.41
2.05
2.62
1.41
1.78
5.90
2.54
0.63
0.37
0.58
12.50
2.68
84.73
5.22
11.44
2.42
0.30
1.64
3.10
24.10
7.53
5.14
2.05
5.21
3.91
0.21
24.04
7.60
0.22
0.44
0.05
6.54
23.43
1.08
0.00
6.83
46.21
71
590
196
204
333
226
181
706
493
50
78
54
411
160
986
578
402
242
52
219
168
862
372
479
141
683
352
39
973
420
32
37
13
539
383
21
0
231
656
82
639
209
236
356
216
210
772
530
63
86
63
465
155
1055
620
478
241
69
273
193
916
468
530
180
635
406
45
1040
439
28
51
15
587
406
45
0
266
741
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
(1)
410
411
412
413
414
419
420
421
422
423
424
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
459
460
461
462
463
464
Rural
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
item description
(2)
(3)
medicine
X-ray, ECG, pathological test, etc.
doctor's/surgeon's fee
hospital & nursing home charges
other medical expenses
medical, institutional: sub-total
medicine
X-ray, ECG, pathological test, etc.
doctor’s/ surgeon’s fee
family planning devices
other medical expenses
medical, non-institutional: sub-total
cinema, theatre
mela, fair, picnic
sports goods, toys, etc.
club fees
goods for recreation and hobbies
photography
VCD/ DVD hire (including instrument)
cable TV
other entertainment
entertainment: sub-total
spectacles
torch
lock
umbrella, raincoat
lighter (bidi/ cigarette/ gas stove)
other minor durable-type goods
minor durable-type goods: sub-total
toilet soap
toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, etc.
powder, snow, cream and perfume
hair oil, shampoo, hair cream
shaving blades, shaving stick, razor
shaving cream, aftershave lotion
sanitary napkins
other toilet articles
toilet articles: sub-total
electric bulb, tubelight
electric batteries
other non-durable electric goods
earthenware
glassware
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
-
10.99
1.27
0.18
0.03
372
128
36
4
440
151
53
7
-
3.35
15.84
24.64
2.52
1.70
0.10
9.10
38.05
0.04
3.77
1.95
0.00
0.75
1.16
1.16
14.07
5.09
27.99
2.23
5.07
2.14
8.38
0.14
1.60
19.55
7.73
8.63
8.50
9.42
1.25
0.62
1.60
2.64
40.40
2.13
0.58
0.01
0.13
0.23
175
429
351
26
31
5
105
402
1
51
31
0
7
38
9
251
78
385
19
170
133
176
8
63
409
794
819
471
757
233
76
119
198
951
199
39
1
2
8
200
498
343
25
31
9
124
393
3
27
35
0
5
41
15
273
106
412
27
173
95
221
16
60
423
837
875
524
810
198
91
147
247
1014
234
43
3
4
14
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
(1)
465
466
467
468
470
471
472
473
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
510
511
512
513
519
520
521
Rural
item description
(2)
bucket & other plastic goods
coir, rope, etc.
washing soap/ soda/ powder
other washing requisites
incense (agarbatti), room freshener
flower (fresh), all purposes
mosquito repellent, insecticide, acid etc.
other petty articles
other household consumables: sub-total
domestic servant/cook
attendant
sweeper
barber, beautician, etc.
washerman, laundry, ironing
tailor
grinding charges
telephone charges, landline
telephone charges, mobile
postage & telegram
miscellaneous expenses
priest
legal expenses
repair charges for non-durables
pet animals (incl. birds, fish)
internet expenses
other consumer services excl. conveyance
consumer services excl. conveyance: sub-total
air fare
railway fare
bus/tram fare
taxi, auto-rickshaw fare
steamer, boat fare
rickshaw (hand drawn & cycle) fare
horse cart fare
porter charges
petrol for vehicle
diesel for vehicle
lubricants & other fuels for vehicle
school bus, van, etc.
other conveyance expenses
conveyance: sub-total
house rent, garage rent (actual)
hotel lodging charges
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
(3)
(4)
no. of households
reporting consumption#
per 1000
households
in sample
(5)
(6)
-
6.61
0.53
12.08
1.21
174
32
848
215
218
38
903
195
-
2.88
0.00
1.44
2.18
30.01
4.48
0.12
0.48
5.92
1.02
3.20
0.81
2.06
35.39
0.06
8.61
1.65
0.00
4.30
1.73
0.25
1.20
71.29
0.00
0.00
8.48
5.64
0.00
0.05
0.00
0.29
23.24
5.69
0.99
1.81
9.72
55.91
15.92
0.08
323
1
171
147
902
23
1
11
454
44
132
41
36
505
2
138
18
0
85
32
2
24
735
0
0
166
116
0
4
0
4
109
10
13
17
82
418
162
1
316
1
140
124
973
37
2
13
470
56
162
58
44
564
4
167
20
0
49
48
6
33
803
0
0
211
112
0
5
0
8
176
21
33
23
114
541
107
2
# ref. period for cols. 5-6 is 7 days for items 300-329, 30 days for items 330-349 & 420-549 and 365 days for items 350-419 & 550-659
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Appendix A
Table 2R: Monthly per capita quantity and value of consumption and incidence of consumption: non-food items
Arunachal Pradesh
item code
(1)
522
523
529
539
540
541
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
569
570
571
572
573
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
590
591
592
599
600
Rural
quantity per value per 30
30 days
days (Rs)
item description
(2)
(3)
residential land rent
other consumer rent
rent: sub-total
house/garage rent (imputed)
water charges
other consumer taxes & cesses
consumer taxes and cesses: sub-total
bedstead
almirah, dressing table
chair, stool, bench, table
suitcase and other travel goods
foam, rubber cushion
carpet, daree & other floor mattings
paintings, drawings, engravings, etc.
other furniture & fixtures
furniture & fixtures: sub-total
radio, tape recorder, 2-in-1
television
VCR/VCD/DVD player
camera & photographic equipment
CD, DVD, audio/video cassette, etc
musical instruments
other goods for recreation
goods for recreation: sub-total
stainless steel ut
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