People do not need to panic because of vegetable price fluctuations


Kazakhstan’s Agriculture Minister Yerbol Karashukeev said there was no need to panic over recent fluctuations in vegetable prices, Zakon.com reported On April 4, local time.”This is due to a number of factors, some seasonal factors, including the increase in the price of some basic food items due to the 12 percent inflation rate.And the off-season is approaching and we are running out of stock, just in time for the launch of new products.”Karashukeev promised that fresh cabbage and potatoes from Uzbekistan would soon appear on the market.”We have enough food stocks to meet domestic demand, so there is no need to panic.Cucumbers and tomatoes from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan will soon enter the domestic market, and they are of good quality and cheap price.”Karashukeev added.Source: Zakonnet

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