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In the Primorsky Territory, fish prices have stabilized

Fish prices in the Primorsky Territory have stabilized. According to the department of licensing and trade of the regional administration, pink salmon and chum salmon at agricultural fairs today are sold at the price of 135-140 rubles per kilogram. Approximately the same cost fish in early June of this year, after which prices rose to 150-170 rubles.

Experts explain the stabilization of the situation by working with suppliers of special commissions to monitor price levels, as well as market saturation. In the Far East, the salmon fishing season was successfully completed, and the fish caught this year appeared in retail trade.

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