What became more expensive and how much the prices have risen in the main capital market of Belarus.
Sweet cherry went up by 2 rubles on the Kamarouski market in Minsk, but there appeared cherry, tut.by writes.
There is no old potatoes sold in Kamarouka any more, only young one: from 1 ruble 19 kopecks to 1 ruble 80 kopecks. Sellers sell early cabbage at a price from 89 kopecks to 2 rubles. Cucumbers from Zhdanovichi, "non-standard", as they say in the market, cost 30 kopecks. Those that are even and large, cost up to 4 rubles. Imported tomatoes are sold for a sum from 2 rubles 80 kopecks to 8 rubles 50 kopecks. Belarusian tomatoes, of course, are cheaper: from 2 rubles 17 kopecks to 7 rubles. Cherry tomatoes cost from 2 rubles 50 kopecks to 5 rubles 50 kopecks. Pepper is sold at a sum from 1 ruble 59 kopecks to 5 rubles 50 kopecks, and radish - from 1 ruble to 2 rubles 50 kopecks. A kilo of chanterelles costs from 15 to 18 rubles on the market.
Because of the cold summer little strawberries are left: they cost from 3 to 9 rubles per kilogram.
Sweet cherry season also comes to an end and its cost has become much higher - from 5 rubles 50 kopecks to 8 rubles 50 kopecks. Peaches cost from 2 to 4 rubles, apricots have slightly increased in price - from 2 rubles 59 kopecks to 7 rubles. Bilberry is sold from 4 to 9 rubles per kilogram, and red and black currants for 3 rubles and 3 rubles 50 kopecks. You can try blueberries: from 25 rubles per kilogram - and the largest and most beautiful berries are sold for 40 rubles. And during the week cherries were sold for 2 rubles per glass.