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Muscovites eat a thousand tonnes of food less over the crisis
11.02.2010 17:20
Muscovites eat a thousand tonnes of food less over the crisis

The smaller wages and growing unemployment rate made the Muscovites tighten their belts the average daily food consumption reduced by a thousand tonnes in 2009 compared to that of 2008. However, the experts believe, the situation is going to better by 2012.
      In 2009 Moscow's dependence on food import considerably decreased: people eat 3% less meat and meat products and 18% less foreign-made butter.
      To cut expenses on food many Muscovites switched down to cheaper products.


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