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Mandarins have risen in price by 25% in Russia

Mandarins have risen in price by 25% in Russia
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In Russia, prices for tangerines increased by 25% over the year. The average price for one kg of tangerines was 164 rubles in November.

As the RIA News", experts studied the average prices in non-network retail based on data from 800 thousand smart terminals in the regions. Mandarins are present on store shelves throughout the year, but explosive demand for them occurs from November to December - on the eve of the New Year.

Currently, wholesale prices for this product are on average 110 rubles per kg, while a year ago - 90 rubles. According to market participants, prices are rising in light of the rise in logistics costs and the reduction in supplies from Turkey. These citrus fruits are also supplied to the Russian market from Morocco, Abkhazia and South Africa.

According to the operator of fiscal data "Evotor", the most expensive tangerines in non-chain retail are from Peru - 269 rubles per kg, the cheapest - from Georgia - 103 rubles per kg. The most expensive tangerines are in Kamchatka - on average they cost 334 rubles, and the lowest prices were found in the Kuban - 106 rubles per kg.

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