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Vegetable prices were reduced in Primorye

Vegetable prices were reduced in Primorye
Photo: primorsky.ru
In Primorsky Krai, there is a decline in the deficit for vegetables and, consequently, lower prices. This was achieved thanks to the normalization of supplies from China. Up to 250 tons of pain set vegetables enter the region per day. 

According to the press service of the regional government, cucumbers in stores are sold starting at 120 rubles per kilogram, potatoes - from 30 rubles, tomatoes - from 150 rubles, sweet pepper - from 170 rubles. In the last two weeks alone, 230 trucks loaded with products came out of China.

Vegetable prices are still being monitored in the region. Everyone who is faced with similar facts can turn to the hot line of the regional Ministry of Industry and Trade. It was previously reported that due to the spread of coronavirus in China and the closure of borders, there was a shortage of cheap vegetables in the Far Eastern regions. 
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