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In the Kamchatka region, fish shops keep a low price threshold

A network of retail stores belonging to regional fishery companies has been established in the Kamchatka Territory. According to the government of the region, high-quality fish and seafood products at these outlets on the 10-50% are cheaper than in the markets.

At the moment, there are more than ten specialized stores in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, they open annually. In November 2013, in the capital of the region, on Mokhovaya Street, a shop of the fishing artel "Peoples of the North" was opened, in which the goods are sold at almost wholesale prices. In December last year in the city of Yelizovo a wholesale and retail store of LLC RPZ SOKRA appeared on Magistralnaya Street. It presents chilled, frozen, canned, gourmet fish products. In November 2014, in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the group of companies "41 region" opened a specialized store

In addition, since the beginning of 2012, with the support of the regional government in the capital of the region, there have been three exhibitions and fairs of goods of local producers - fishery organizations are actively involved in the events. The Kamchatka authorities are planning to organize several more similar fairs in various districts of the city.

According to the press service of the regional government, fish in specialized outlets is available for low-income people. 2012 to 2014 prices for chilled and frozen fish products there remained stable, despite inflation, rising costs of fuel and utilities. For example, in the shops of the production cooperative “Rybolovetskiy kolkhoz im. IN AND. Lenin ”you can buy chilled pollock at 45 rubles / kg, flounder at 40-50 rubles / kg and cod at 55-65 rubles / kg.

The difference in the price of fish in specialized retail outlets compared to the retail markets of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is from 10% to 50%. The Government of the Kamchatka Territory is going to continue to help the regional industrial enterprises selling their products directly.

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