İstanbul, Mar 28 (DHA) – Turkey’s Meat and Milk Board (ESK) started offering carcass meat for cheaper prices to butchers and delicatessens to ease increases in red meat prices as of Monday.
The authority will supply a kilogram of meat to delicatessens for 20.5 Turkish Liras and 22.5 liras to butchers. VAT will be included in the base prices.
The step, which is seen as one of the government’s measures to ease increases in red meat prices, will not cover supermarkets, according to a statement on ESK’s website.
Butchers and delicatessens will be able to order 50 tons of carcass meat at most, according to the statement.
They will sell these meats at a ceiling price, which was earlier set by the Agriculture Ministry.
The step will likely prevent further increases in red meat prices, according to sector representatives.
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