Domestic traveler compared Turkish inflation with Russian inflation, compared current food prices with price tags from two years ago and stated that the rise in the price of goods in our country is acceptable – only 12% per year or 24% in two years, while in Turkey things are much worse.
On the pages of his channel in Yandex.Zen, the tourist compared prices from a chain store for 2021 with the current prices for some popular products. Let's list them:
- Instant coffee Jacobs Monarch 95 gr.: was 169.99 rubles. per share, it became 269.99 rubles. Plus 58%.
- Veres eggplant caviar: it was 69.99 rubles, it became 74.99 rubles. Plus 7%.
- Zucchini caviar: it was 59.99 rubles, it became 74.99 rubles. Plus 25%.
- Dobry Juice, 1 liter: from 69 rubles to 89 rubles. by share. The difference is 29%.
The traveler also compared checks from a Turkish supermarket and stated that inflation in food products in the republic is very far from the official government figure: according to the author, instead of 80% – 200-250 %. Against Russian reality, where the rise in food prices, according to the blogger, is only about 10-12% per year and 20-24% in two years, Turkish food inflation seems “crazy”.
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