Know what people stockpiled most during lockdown?

Top 10 products which people stockpiled during lockdown.

   
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Coronavirus pandemic, Covid-19 triggered lockdown across the nation paralyzing the Indian economy. Initially, retail operations except for essentials were stopped, Kirana shops emerged as kings in difficult times. In wake of the pandemic, change consumer buying pattern has changed. Since the first phase of the lockdown has been imposed people have been stockpiling on essentials. Packaged foods, home and personal care products were the most sought after, according to Euromonitor International. Here’s a look at the top 10 products which people stockpiled during lockdown.

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