A sample of the price increase

Cost of some online delivered food items in Bangalore:
Tender coconut ₹62
Baganampalli mango ₹112/kg
Robusta banana ₹54 per kg
Eggs ₹62 for 6

With such prices, will consumer spending increase?
Bill attached more  

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The prices shown in the relative bill are really twice and even more of their actual prices at other places. more  
Pls give name of online supplier. Really speaking prices are nearly twice of market price. more  
I have purchased online and there is no such price increase. Where did you buy from? Probably some elitist neighborhood store Don't complain because you have nothing else to do more  
He has cleverly hid the shop from where he has bought these items. Some people are born to complain. With 4 hrs time available for essential goods, the trader lost 12 hrs of his business time since the lock down. The rent of the shop is not correspondingly reduced. The cost of carrying the inventory is not supported. The interest on the loan he has taken to run the business is not reduced. The cost of transportation has increased 250. The author of the post do not want to see all the factors. I hope he will not ask for the price of all items to be set at applicable at 2014 level. more  
With the demand for supplies or home delivery, the cost increase is natural. more  
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