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Average bill grew at grocery stores in Russia

Average bill grew at grocery stores in Russia
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The average Russian check at the grocery store has grown by 10-15% over the past week. This happened amid a panic around the situation with coronavirus. Most of all, citizens purchase products of long-term storage.

As the TASS with reference to the study "Platform OFD", in Moscow the average check per week increased by 21-24% and reached 3 rubles. In the regions, the growth was 025-10% - up to 15 rubles.

Record spending on products from March 16 to 22 was also recognized by experts at the Romir research holding. Customers bought cereals, canned food, sugar and pasta.

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