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Growing prices for the fall products were named by experts

Growing prices for the fall products were named by experts
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Experts named the products that have risen in price this fall. The rise in prices in Russia was caused by bad weather and the fall of the ruble.

As the Newspaper.ru, experts predict a rise in prices for bread, sunflower oil, salmon fish and caviar in the next month. The rise in prices for bread and bakery products made from rye and wheat flour may be about 7% per year.

The late start of sowing and planting works negatively affected the harvest, and due to the snowless winter, fields in Siberia, the Urals, Altai and Stavropol Territory suffered from drought. In the Moscow region, Kostroma and Chuvashia, problems occurred due to floods. The hardest hit was the potato crop, which has already risen in price by 20% and will continue to increase in price.

Spring frosts in the South and North Caucasian federal districts hit the apple harvest hard - more than 85% of stone fruit and pome crops died. Apples also went up in price by almost 20%.

In Russia red caviar will rise in price... Salmon fishing in the Far East has failed this year. In addition to the reduction in the catch, the increase in the costs of fishermen contributed to the rise in the cost of caviar.

О rising prices for sunflower oil warned in Russia. This year there is a poor sunflower harvest. The harvest of crops can be reduced by 23% - by almost 12 million tons. At the same time, the Federal Antimonopoly Service found no reason to rise in price sunflower oil.

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