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The trade pavilion with products from farmers and small businesses will be open six days a week.

In the Maryina Roshcha area, a year-round market will be opened – a pavilion for it will be erected on Oktyabrskaya Street (possession 42). The new trading floor will be located in a non-capital, but heated and ventilated building. It is being built as part of a comprehensive improvement program “My region”… If necessary, the pavilion can be quickly disassembled and used for other urban projects.

Here you can buy farm products from different regions. The market will be open six days a week from 09:00 to 20:00. Monday is a cleaning day.

In different districts of the capital, 40 such year-round markets have already been opened. Some of them are open as part of the festival grounds, on the territory of which there are also skating rinks in the winter, rollerdromes in the summer, festival towns, and catering points. In 2021, they plan to open more orders 20 markets of this format.

In addition, in Moscow from April to December work weekend fairs… They sell meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, berries, milk, eggs and bread on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. All products are manufactured in Russia or on the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan). Farmers or small businesses sell vegetables and fruits here.

Also, from April to December, regional fairs are held three times a month in Moscow districts – representatives of certain regions work at them. And all year round, interregional fairs are open in Moscow. They sell goods from all regions of Russia, as well as from member states of the Eurasian Economic Union.


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