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January 28, 2022, 07:04


In 2021, Muscovites purchased 328.4 million liters of milk and kefir for a total of 24.2 billion rubles.

Citizens began to consume more milk and dairy products. If three years ago, in 2018, a resident of the capital consumed an average of 179 kilograms of dairy products per year, then in 2020 – 238 kilograms. This is comparable to the all-Russian indicators – 240 kilograms of dairy products per year.

“According to cash registers, in 2021 alone, Muscovites purchased 328.4 million liters of milk for a total of 24.2 billion rubles, which means that almost 26 liters of this product per city resident per year,” said the CEO

Moscow Analytical CenterMaxim Ivanov.

According to the calculations of the Analytical Center of Moscow, the average price of one liter of milk in the capital in January 2022 is kept within 80 rubles.

Almost no changes are observed in the structure of spending on dairy products. If a few years ago Muscovites spent about 0.3 percent of their budget on them, now it is 0.4 percent, or an average of 1,913.6 rubles per person per year. For comparison: in Russia this share is 0.6 percent of expenditures.

Demand for the product remained high even during the New Year holidays, given the abundance of other treats. According to operational data from cash registers, from January 1 to January 17, 2022, Muscovites purchased 11.8 million liters of milk. That is, each resident of Moscow drank almost one liter bottle of this drink.

Many dairy products that are in stores are produced in the capital. There are 11 enterprises of the dairy industry in the city, three of them are large and medium-sized, reported in Department of investment and industrial policy of Moscow.

More than five thousand Muscovites are employed in the production of dairy products, their average salary is 104 thousand rubles a month.

More information about the economic policy and property and land relations of Moscow can be obtained at site.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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