19:57 / 14.01.2022

Minimum and maximum prices for basic foodstuffs announced 

The State Statistics Committee published information on the minimum and maximum prices for certain types of food products at large dekhkan markets in the regions of the republic.

Фото: KUN.UZ

According to the press service of the State Statistics Committee, prices are recorded at the time of the survey and may be subject to fluctuations when time, date and place change.

In accordance with the results of a selective statistical survey of prices for certain types of food products in the central dekhkan markets of the regional centers, Karakalpakstan and Tashkent, conducted by the statistical authorities on January 12, 2022, the following minimum and maximum prices were registered:

  • Beef with bones – from 45,000 to 68,000 soums per kg;
  • Lamb – from 54,000 to 80,000 soums per kg;
  • Potatoes – from 3,000 to 8,000 soums per kg;
  • Onions – from 1,500 to 4,000 soums per kg;
  • Carrots – from 1,000 to 4,500 soums per kg;
  • Eggs – from 7,000 to 14,000 soums per dozen;
  • Rice – from 5,000 to 17,500 soums per kg;
  • Vegetable oil – from 14,000 to 24,000 soums per 1 liter;
  • Sugar – from 7,500 to 10,500 soums per kg.

It is noted that price registration is carried out only on the territory of dekhkan markets and does not cover such objects of organized trade as supermarkets, minimarkets, shops, etc.

The State Statistics Committee emphasized that the fact that the minimum or maximum price for a particular product was registered on the dekhkan market of a certain region is not a reason to assume that the average price level in this region is also the minimum or maximum in the republic.

“The level of minimum and maximum prices in the dekhkan markets is influenced by assortment and territorial shifts, as well as the situation prevailing at the time of the survey. Prices are recorded at the time of the survey and may be subject to fluctuations when the time, date and place of data collection change,” the press service concluded.

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