By the end of this year, prices may rise by 10%, rising prices will continue in 2022.
Ukrainians “pleased” with the forecast of bread prices / photo UNIAN, Inna Sokolovskaya
Bread may become more expensive in Ukraine in the coming months – in general, prices may increase by 20%.
About it writes “Today“with reference to the forecast of experts.
According to the president of the All-Ukrainian Association of Bakers Yuri Dudchenko, by the end of this year may rise in price by 10%, and the next stage may begin after the New Year.
The reasons for the increase in prices are called gas tariffs for enterprises and the cost of energy.
“We have to take loans – to pay people wages,” – says the head of the bakery Yuri Novostavsky.
Dudchenko warns that despite the rise in price of bread, its quality may deteriorate.
“The flour will have low baking qualities, ie the bread may not be so loose, not so fragrant, not so tasty,” says the expert, explaining that this is due to the shortage of quality flour.
As UNIAN reported, in Ukraine in October in annual terms, compared to October 2020, the cost of many products has increased. In particular, prices for sunflower oil and sugar “soared”, they increased by 57.4% and 48.3%, respectively.
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