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Low prices attract visitors to the Festival of berries and cheeses in Primorye
The festival "Festival of berries and cheeses" in Vladivostok continues. The event is the third in the series “Made in Primorye”, aimed at supporting coastal producers. Buyers are attracted by low prices and a variety of products.
“There are fewer visitors today than yesterday, but berries are sold pretty well,” said Elena Vasilievna, seller of IP Oprish. - Products from Anuchinskiy region, very high quality.
Honeysuckle, raspberries, currants, gooseberries, cherries, apricots - products from orchards, are presented at the festival, along with honey, seaside natural teas, cheeses, lemonades, tofu, waffles, eco-sweets and other products. Despite the bad weather, the event is quite crowded, since there is also a cultural program.
"Maykhinskoe economy" from the village of Anisimovka is well known in Primorye as a producer of homemade wine, but today on the counter there are teas made from taiga and medicinal herbs, Ivan tea.
“For us, the festival is interesting from the point of view of promotion, reporting to the consumer of the local, seaside,” says the head of the enterprise Sergey Kurechko. - Not all the same to use imported. I, my son, are standing behind the counter, talking with Vladivostok residents, telling us how the taiga fees are useful. And not even sales are important, but the exchange of information. We will find out what more people need. We say that it is better to drink herbs than synthetic drugs. And Ivan tea is originally ours, Russian. Of course, such festivals are necessary and important, it is correct that the government holds them. ”
The festival is organized by the My Business Center with the support of the Primorsky Chamber of Commerce and the regional government. The venue is the square between Semenovskaya and Admiral Fokin streets. The fair will run until July 31. This is one of the first mass events during the removal of restrictions during the coronavirus epidemic.
According to the director general of the My Business Center Evgeny Nikiforov, the holidays “Made in Primorye” will continue. At least three events are planned in Vladivostok. In the near future, a festival of young honey will be held in Ussuriysk, and at the end of August in Anuchino - the festival "Honey expanse."