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Fair meat prices: on April 1 the agreement is renewed with an increase of 3.2%

2023-03-30T17:49:26.331Z


The cuts of roast, buttock, matambre, empty, skirt, shoulder and roast cover. The Fair Prices for meat program will be renewed on Saturday, April 1, with a 3.2% increase in the prices of the seven cuts of mass consumption that make up this basket: roast, buttock, matambre, empty, brisket, shoulder and roast lid. With that rise of 3.2% , how are the new values: Buttock : increases by $44 , that is, the kilo will go from $1,375 to $1,419 Roast : rises to $33.12 , meaning t


The Fair Prices for meat program will be renewed on Saturday, April 1,

with a 3.2% increase in the prices

of the seven cuts of mass consumption that make up this basket: roast, buttock, matambre, empty, brisket, shoulder and roast lid.

With that

rise of 3.2%

, how are the new values:

  • Buttock

    : increases by

    $44

    , that is, the kilo will go from $1,375 to $1,419


  • Roast

    : rises to

    $33.12

    , meaning that the value will go from $1,035 to $1,068.12 per kilo

  • Matambre:

    rises to

    $41.92

    , meaning that its value will go from $1,310 to $1,351.92 per kilo


  • Empty:

    increases by

    $43.23

    , that is, it will go down in value

    $1,351 per kilo to $1,394.23


  • Shoulder:

     rises

    $35.62

    , that is, its marketing price will go from $1,113 to $1,148.62 per kilo


  • Roast tapa:

    its price rises to 

    $33.12

    , that is, per kilo it will go from $1,035 to $1,068.12


  • Skirt:

    the cheapest cut goes up,

    $21.60

    , that is, its sale price goes from

    $675 to $696.60 per kilo

This is the first price update for these seven cuts since last February 17 when the agreement was signed.

Now, the program will run until June 30.

The cuts with Fair Prices

are available in the large supermarket chains

and the monthly stock available is 18,000 tons.

As in the first stage, the 10% refund will be maintained on purchases

in butcher shops and mini-markets for debit card payments.

The reimbursement limit in this case is $2,000 per month.

The Government applied 770 fines for an amount of $806 million to supermarkets and mass consumption companies for different breaches of the "Fair Prices" program.

In addition, the Secretary of Commerce together with the Sub-Secretary of Consumer Defense of the Municipality of San Martín,

carried out an inspection operation in a hypermarket.

the

price of meat


According to the consulting firm EcoGo, meat increased 25% in February and projects a new rise of 17% for March.

Another survey, from the Center for Argentine Political Economy (CEPA),

 pointed out that in February it increased 29%

.

The rise in meat in February was the most marked for a month since 2020

.

The report, published weeks ago, detailed that the prices of the different cuts of beef increased by 76.8% in one year, below the general price increase in the economy, which stands at 101.3%.

Last month, food led the price rises.

According to CEPA, in February

the "intermediate cuts" were the ones that increased their prices the most: 30.5%.

On the other hand, the "expensive" and "economic" cuts showed a rise of 29.2% and 27.7%, respectively.

The main increases during the past month occurred in: wide steak (34.2%) square (32.9%) and palette (32.1%).

NS

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