It was agreed to keep the kilo of bread between $180 and $220

It was agreed to keep the kilo of bread between $180 and $220

Feletti was accompanied by the Undersecretary of Actions for the Defense of Consumers.

The Secretary of Internal Commerce, Robert Felettiheld a meeting this Tuesday with a group of centers of bakers from the province of Buenos Aireswith whom it agreed to guarantee the public price of French bread in a range that goes from $180 to $220depending on the location of each premises.

Feletti and the Undersecretary of Actions for the Defense of Consumers, Liliana Schwindtagreed with the bakery centers on various issues related to the final price of bread to the public, based on the cost structure of the sector.

It was within the framework of the meeting that the parties agreed to guarantee the price of French bread in bakeries in a range that goes from $180 up to $220reported the Secretariat.

In addition, a work table was set up with the purpose of “articulating actions to take care of the table of Argentines as part of the price policy carried out by the national government through the Ministry of Domestic Trade.”

The representatives of the bakery sector and the government agreed that “noor there is no reason that justifies a final price of bread above those values“.

Another meeting will be held on Thursday with representatives of the Bakery Industrial Federation of the Province of Buenos Aires, to continue working in the same direction.

Authorities from the Bakers Center of Avellaneda, Gastón Mora and Soledad Jeres; de Merlo, Sergio Izzo and Martin Pinto; de Moreno, Juan Andres Gonzales; Marcos Paz, Carlos Alberto Becerra; from Quilmes, Diego Salvio; Florencio Varela, Raúl Pombo; Eduardo Amiron; Pablo Notrica; Monica Leonor Gomez; and Roberto Ramón Pucciarelli; Representatives from Lomas de Zamora and General Rodríguez were present.

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