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TRS Haldi Powder (Turmeric)
Curry Leaves
TRS Methi Leaves
East End Curry Leaves
TRS Jeera Whole
TRS Garam Masala Powder
TRS Chilli Powder (Kashmiri)
East End Ground Coriander
East End Mustard Seeds Black Zip
TRS Tamarind Concentrate
MDH Deggi Mirch / Chilli Powder
TRS Tandoori Masala
East End Kasoori Methi
East End Fenugreek Seeds Zip
East End Ground Cumin (Jeera)
TRS Cardamom Black
East End Ground Garam Masala
TRS Minced Ginger & Garlic Paste
East End Mustard Seeds Black
TRS Chillies Whole (Kashmiri)
TRS Chana Dal

Frequently Asked Questions

What items are considered groceries?

Sugar, flour, spices, dry pasta, loaves of bread, ground coffee, coffee beans, loose or bagged tea, bottled and unopened wine, cooking oils, four (4) or more rolls, donuts, or other baked products, canned, bottled, and jarred are examples of grocery items, commonly referred to as staples.

What is a master grocery list?

A master grocery list is pretty much what it says on the tin... a list of food and home things that you buy on a regular basis, with room to add any other items you might need.

How many categories are in a grocery store?

Milk and dairy foods have the second-highest share of all seven F&G categories, following Dry Food Grocery. In India, the segment accounts for around 16% of the total food market.

How do grocery stores make money?

Grocery stores, on average, operate with a profit margin of 1-3 percent. As a result, they profit by selling big numbers. They also strive to keep labour expenses low by hiring more part-time personnel and minimizing shrink (stolen and ruined products).

How profitable is a grocery?

Grocery stores made an average net profit of 2.2 percent in 2017. That means food businesses profited 2.2 cents for every dollar spent. (Specialty grocers, such as natural food stores, can have slightly greater profit margins.)

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