On the eve of the New Year prices for agricultural products grew in the North Kazakhstan market. This is natural for Petropavlovsk, the IA “Kazakh-Zerno” reported. Thus, constant attributes of festive table – oranges – increased in price by 80 tg (435 tg / kg). For beef housewives had to pay an average 100 tenge more (1400 tg / kg). And fans of lamb pay extra 450 tenge per 1 kg (1350 tg / kg).
Less noticeable was increase in the price of cereals – within 7-14 tenge. For example, rice added to the previous value about 4 tenge (144 tg / kg), buckwheat – 14 tenge (144 tg / kg), peas – 7 tg (72 tg), millet – 7 tg (92 tg / kg).
Flour on the shelves of North Kazakhstan shops remained in the same price range – 97 tg / kg, and pasta rose 7 tg (137 tg / kg).
Vegetable market little pleased consumers by lower prices. Potatoes and onions have lost from the previous value about 23 tenge, 77 and 57 tg / kg, respectively. Carrots fell more significantly – 71 tg (89 tg / kg).
This cannot be said about cucumbers and tomatoes, which are especially popular in Petropavlovsk. Cucumbers in the holidays rose to 360 tenge, tomatoes to 254 tenge.