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Sachet and packaged water producers to increase price again from 1 April

The Naspawap National Executive Committee, in cooperation with stakeholders, revised the pricing of bottled and sachet water throughout the nation.
The group claims the price increase is due to growing input costs such as gasoline, vehicle replacement parts, and packaging materials, which are mostly imported.

The group claims the price increase is due to growing input costs such as gasoline, vehicle replacement parts, and packaging materials, which are mostly imported.

The new prices take effect on April 1, 2022.

The group says the price evaluations are due to growing input costs, such as gasoline and packaging materials, which are mostly imported and manufactured from petroleum.

There may be modest pricing fluctuations among regions owing to transportation to rural and distant locales, it said.

 

Iced bottled water 500ml should cost GHS2.00, 750ml should cost GHS2.50 and 1.5L should cost GHS3.50. Iced sachet water stays at 40p. The retail trucks will now offer a 500ml bag of sachet water for GHS 6.00. Mini-shops will now sell sachets for GHS8.00 each bag.

The government and its agencies to reassess several levies and taxes on the packaged water industry to assist decrease the financial load and safeguard jobs for youngsters throughout the value chain from production to consumption,

The NEC of the National Association of Sachet and Packaged Water Producers (NASPAWAP) last revised rates in December 2021.

The group then indicated that increased input costs, such as petrol, vehicle replacement parts, and packaging materials, prompted the pricing revision.

 

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