The wife and son of the governor of the Bryansk region, Alexander Bogomaz, told reporters on NTV about an unprecedented harvest of potatoes. And Bogomaz Jr. even set the “price bar” for the region’s main wealth - 4-5 rubles per kilogram, the correspondent reports "City_24".
A story about record harvests and falling prices for agricultural products was aired on the Central Television program on NTV. The wife of the Bryansk governor Olga Bogomaz, who was named the "potato queen", and the successful head of an agricultural enterprise, and the son of the governor, Mikhail Bogomaz, expressed their opinion on the prices of potatoes.
“For us, the price is not scary, the price will be scary for those who have a private farm - a small farm, a small producer who cannot or does not want to develop,” Ms. Bogomaz told reporters on the federal television channel.
And her son does believe that potatoes should cost 4-5 rubles: “And this is normal. The producer will survive. ”
The wholesale selling price of table potatoes from old-farm households (Bogomaz farm and old-farm farm) is currently 10-12 rubles per kilogram. It is interesting that in the Penza region, which Governor Alexander Bogomaz, after a visit there, began to consider almost the standard for his region, the purchase price of potatoes now is just 4-5 rubles. At the outlet in retail, potatoes will cost, as reported by the Gorod_24 correspondent, 8-9 rubles per kilogram. In Moscow (pictured) the cost of table potatoes in retail is 10-11 rubles per kilogram. In Bryansk, the cheapest potato in retail is 13,5 rubles per kilogram per share.
A source: http://gorodbryansk.info