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In Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the "Ocean" store was reopened

An Ocean store has opened in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, specializing in the sale of fish and seafood caught in Kamchatka and near the peninsula. According to the press service of the administration of the Kamchatka Territory, the store is open in a historical place, where it was located earlier - on the street. Tushkanova. During the Soviet years, Ocean stores existed in all major cities.

"The opening of the Ocean store is one of the components of the project, which is being implemented on behalf of the governor, to provide the population of the region with high-quality fish at the price of Kamchatka producers, bypassing numerous intermediaries," said Deputy Prime Minister of the Kamchatka Territory - Minister of Fisheries Vladimir Galitsyn.

The products offered for sale in "Ocean" are designed for all categories of citizens. In addition to fish and seafood from Kamchatka producers, products from other regions of Russia, including exotic ones, are presented here. Governor of Kamchatka Krai Vladimir Ilyukhin got acquainted with the offered assortment.

“I would like to thank everyone who responded to our request to open such a store. It is noteworthy that the products of various fishing companies are presented here, - said Vladimir Ilyukhin. - I think the townspeople and guests will like the prices, the assortment, and the quality of the goods. My only wish is to revive the culinary department here with finished products, as it was before. "

“This store is iconic, but not the last. There are plans to open similar outlets in Elizovo and Vilyuchinsk, ”noted Vladimir Galitsyn.

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