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Price Drop : Sathosa revises prices of five essential items

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COLOMBO (News 1st) – Lanka Sathosa has decided to drop the prices of five essential items with effect from the 22nd of September 2022.Sathosa has revised the prices of the following products:1.

Imported Big Onions (1 kg)New Price: Rs. 150/- Old Price: Rs. 175/-2. White Sugar (1 kg)New Price: Rs. 278/- Old Price: Rs. 285/-3.

Imported White Kekulu Rice (1 kg)New Price: Rs. 179/- Old Price: Rs. 185/-4. Imported Nadu Rice (1 kg)New Price: Rs. 185/- Old Price: Rs.

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