The objective of the study is to explore household purchase habits, price paid and resulting expenditures. Prices fluctuate because of variousness and purchases from either market or vendor, expenditure range from RS 1484-4342. One hundred household were selected for the study by random sampling method, the respondents were male member for monthly expenditure and female for weekly, assessment of food habit and expenditure was for the last 30 days was done with help of scoring method. Collected information from agriculture production, purchase, gifts (only from kitchen garden), and alleviating sources. Increasing international interest on social impact contributes towards increases in food prices, making food less accessible for the poorest and increasing the number of malnourished people (Graham-Rowe et al. 2014; Stuart, 2009), Secondly contribute towards decreasing the quality level of natural resources.