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A 15% price increase was announced by chain restaurants in Russia

A 15% price increase was announced by chain restaurants in Russia
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Most major chain restaurants and cafes are planning to raise prices in 2022. The growth will be up to 15%.

As they write "News", The cost of meals in Black Star Foods will average 5-10% next year. However, the increase will be gradual across all menus.

Shokoladnitsa also reports that price increases are inevitable due to high inflation. At the same time, General Director Oleg Podgorny noted that the increase will depend on the dishes - somewhere the price tag will grow by 3%, and for some positions - by about 15%.

Experts also note that it will not be possible to keep the economy at the level of 2020 due to inflation, rising food prices and an increase in the cost of meals. Meat, fish, seafood, and imported cheeses have risen the most.

As noted in the Federation of Restaurateurs and Hoteliers of Russia, some establishments are forced to abandon the use of expensive products. For example, some chains refused to use octopus, and Shokoladnitsa refused to use salmon in hot dishes.

 

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