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Price Drop: Sathosa reduces the prices of four products

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COLOMBO (News 1st) – Lanka Sathosa Limited on Wednesday (23) announced the price reduction of several more products.The prices of the following products will be reduced with effect from the 24th of November.1.

White Sugar (1 kg) will be reduced by Rs. 9/- to Rs. 229/-.2. Bread Flour (1 kg) will be reduced by Rs. 14/- to Rs. 265/-.3.

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