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Ministry of Agriculture of Khabarovsk Krai does not notice a rise in prices for food products during the period of January holidays

According to the press service of the Governor and the Government of the Khabarovsk Territory, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Krai in January holidays, in retail chains, food prices have not actually changed.

There was a slight increase in the cost of potatoes - by 3,2%, flour - by 2,1%, and oil by 1,8%, which is due to the rise in the cost of selling prices from suppliers. The Ministry of Agriculture does not note an increase in prices for other commodity items.

In accordance with the decree of the Krai Government on priority measures to reduce the negative impact of the crisis on the economy and social sphere of the region, the monitoring of food prices will continue to be strengthened in the Khabarovsk Territory. For this purpose, a special working group has been set up that tracks raw material stocks at food and processing industries, the availability of goods in retail chains, and controls the balance of the food market.

At the end of 2014, an agreement was signed between the Krai Government and the heads of retail chains, according to which the latter fulfill the obligations of a minimum retail premium on socially important food products. In total, 24 names appear in the agreement, including poultry meat, milk, eggs, salt, sugar, sunflower oil, flour and flour products. As the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Krai informs, representatives of retail chains fulfill their obligations.

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