Top Ten Towns with Highest Spending on FMCG Products


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Top Ten Towns with Highest Spending on FMCG Products
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Source India Today - R K Swamy BBDO Guide to Urban Markets
Rank Towns States Average Monthly Spending on FMCG Products* in Rs.
1 Chandigarh Chandigarh 3,418
2 Greater Mumbai Maharashtra 2,955
3 Chennai Tamil Nadu 2,886
4 Ahmedabad Gujarat 2,869
5 Vadodara Gujarat 2,816
6 Pune Maharashtra 2,804
7 Coimbatore Tamil Nadu 2,684
8 Ludhiana Punjab 2,674
9 Faridabad Haryana 2,596
10 Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh 2,533




Last Updated on : April 1, 2014

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