MRF to sell rice to retailers with delivery system

Myanmar Rice Ferderation is delivering rice to the doors of customers from the stay-at-home townships in Yangon Region amid COVID-19 resurgence. Photo: Phoe Khwar

Myanmar Rice Federation (MRF) will sell rice to rice retail shops with the use of the delivery system, according to MRF.
Under the supervision of the Ministry of Commerce and the Myanmar Rice & Paddy Traders Association (MRPTA) under MRF, the Consumer Affairs Department will send the rice to the rice retailers in the stay-at-home townships in Yangon in cooperation with the rice depots if they wish to buy the rice during the pandemic period.
Nevertheless, the retail shops need to buy from at least ten bags of rice up to 50 bags of rice for one order so that the federation can send the rice with the delivery system.
To enable selling the 25-mark broken rice at the price of K1,000 per bushel in the retail market, MRF will sell the broken rice at K23,200 per bag through the delivery system.
Besides the variety of rice called Shwebo Pawsan, Ayeyawady Pawsan will also be sold at a much competitive market price, according to MRF.
Those interested retailers can contact through mobile numbers 09694386994-5 of MRF, 09696969149,095007307,095123414 of MRPTA, 095139390, 09796838309 of Wahdan rice depot and 095102577 of Bayint Naung rice depot.
At present, the rice depots in Wahdan and Bayint Naung are open three days per week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
(Translated by Hay Mar)

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