This text is translated into Russian by google automatic human level neural machine.
EastRussia is not responsible for any mistakes in the translated text. Sorry for the inconvinience.
Please refer to the text in Russian as a source.
RЎRμS,SЊ C "RoSЂRјRμRЅRЅS <C ... RјR RіR ° ° F · RoRЅRѕRІ SЃRμR" SЊS ... RѕR · RїSЂRѕRґSѓRєS † RoRo RЅR ° RјRμSЂRμRЅS <SЂR ° F · ° RІRoRІR S,SЊ RЅR ° RЎR ° C ... P ° P "RoRЅRμ
In Sakhalin, they plan to create a network of branded agricultural products stores. This was announced to reporters by the governor of the region Valery Limarenko after the end of the State Council on agriculture and rural development. Due to the lack of intermediaries between producers and consumers, the margin on food products in such retail outlets should not exceed 10-15%.
“When the poultry farm has a company store, the greenhouse plant has its own store, the agricultural farm that produces meat and processes it has its own store. We have now begun to develop, therefore, a whole network. An extra charge of 10-15% is essential for people who have a modest salary. This would also help the development of agriculture, as this is an increase in turnover through company trade, ”said Valery Limarenko.
Over the past six years, the Sakhalin Oblast has already achieved certain results in the development of the agricultural industry. In 2019, thanks to domestic production, the need for potatoes and greenhouse vegetables was 100% closed, 96% for eggs, 48% for milk, 18,7% for meat, 65,8% for open field vegetables. By 2025, the region intends to increase the self-sufficiency of the region in milk up to 50%, in meat up to 36%, in open ground vegetables up to 100%.