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House Foods Corp., a processed foods maker, said Wednesday it will raise prices on its curry, instant noodles and other products to offset higher prices for edible oil, wheat, grain and spices.

Osaka-based House Foods will raise suggested retail prices on 112 products such as curry and stew by about 10 percent starting with Nov. 1 shipments. It will increase the suggested price of its instant noodles to ¥100 from ¥90 with Jan. 16 shipments. The company will also start reducing the net weight of some of its snack products on Dec. 3.

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