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A large batch of Chinese vegetables brought to Primorye

A large batch of Chinese vegetables brought to Primorye
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60 trucks with Chinese vegetables arrived in Primorsky Krai. This immediately affected the cost of production at wholesale bases and will still affect retail.

According to the press service of the regional government, from February 15 to 17, 78 trucks with vegetable products crossed the border with China. Most of them will be implemented in Primorye.

One kg of tomatoes costs from 100 to 145 rubles, cucumbers - from 95 to 120 rubles, sweet peppers - from 130 rubles, salad - from 140 rubles. Vegetables of the borscht set have dropped in price - cabbage, carrots, potatoes, beets and onions. Now in Primorye they continue to look for new suppliers of vegetables. Also, monitoring of prices for vegetables continues in the region; facts of overvaluation can be reported to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Due to the spread of coronavirus and the closure of borders with China in the regions of the Far East deficit arose cheap vegetables. Some regions declared about rising prices and the facts of speculation on these products. The situation took control in the regional Ministry of Agriculture and the Federal Antimonopoly Service. Several entrepreneurs have been punished for overpricing products.  


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