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Officially: prices in Crimea for vegetables of the “borscht” set are lower than in neighboring regions

CrimeaPRESS reports:

The fact that the prices for vegetables of the «borscht» set in the Republic of Crimea are lower than in the neighboring regions of the Southern Federal District was reported by the Ministry of Industrial Policy of the Republic of Crimea, referring to the data of the Office of the Federal State Statistics Service for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.

In accordance with the weekly monitoring of food security, all Crimean shops and markets have an adequate supply of essential food. Retail and wholesale trade enterprises have formed a sufficient stock of food and non-food products. In the Republic of Crimea, prices for 14 food items are lower than in the Krasnodar Territory, for example, from 2.5% for rice to 17, 3% for wheat bread, as well as for rye bread for 32, 1%, apples for 17, 8%, pasta by 16, 1%, white cabbage by 16%, beets for , 6%, wheat flour for , 4%, carrots by , 1%, millet by 6.9%, granulated sugar and buckwheat by 6.6%, chicken eggs by 6.3% and potatoes by 3.3%,” the press service of the Ministry of Industrial Policy of the Republic of Crimea announced.

At the same time, in the Krasnodar Territory, prices for certain types of food products are lower than in the Republic of Crimea, in particular, for meat and dairy products, as well as for frozen fish and sunflower oil.

Source: press service of the Ministry of Industrial Policy of the Republic of Crimea

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