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Bread Prices will not Fall

Published: September 12, 2013 | 11:37 am
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The price of bread will not fall – Malkhaz Dolidze, the head of the Association of Bread Producers, has made a statement to TV3 in this regard. According to him, there are unstable price dynamics on the Georgian market, which form an obstacle to the lowering of prices. In any case, bread prices in Georgia are quite low compared to other countries, Mr. Dolidze adds. His views are have been echoed by representatives of the companies Cartu and Ipkli, who state that bread prices are based on the price of wheat and flour. They add that flour prices have remained high due to an unstable environment on the international market. In contrast, the head of the Association of Wheat Producers Levan Silagava claims that prices on wheat and flour have started to come down on the international market, and he hopes that this will lead to a fall in bread prices in Georgia. The price of high quality bread on the Georgian market is currently between 60 and 80 tetri.

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