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"Peter" in Kamchatka
PPK is not a hungry land, and the assortment of "countries + products" in an ordinary Peter and Paul stall will be the envy of, perhaps, all stalls on Earth. For neither in Paris, nor in Moscow, nor in Hong Kong, nor in Luanda one can find in one small stall so many countries where food is brought from. An analogue can, of course, be the Moscow Globus Gourmet or a large supermarket! And here, in one stall ... 22 countries-producers fit. In another stall, there were 13 types of apples alone, 6 types of pears, all at different prices and from different countries. In the third places, illiquid products were sold - frozen or rotten fruits at 30-50 rubles per kilo. As for the large markets (covered) and supermarkets, there is an even greater assortment - what is not brought to Kamchatka from all over the world! Any household items, any food, the assortment is wider than in other cities of the Russian Federation of a similar population (in the PPK - 200 thousand inhabitants). Plus there are many more local fish ...