Myanmar rice body sells food commodities at fairer prices for public in Thanlyin

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Consumers are seen buying foodstuffs at more moderate prices in Thanlyin.

The Myanmar Rice Federation in coordination with the Township officials sold staple food, including rice, egg, fish and cooking oil at fairer prices aboard the mobile market trucks near Myoma Market, Phayakone Market and Tarwa Market in Thanlyin Township, northern Yangon District at 9 am on 11 September.
The food commodities were sold at K5,000 per five-pyi sack of low-quality rice, K8,500 per sack of high-quality rice, K1,850 per edible oil bottle (50 ticals) and K1,200 per 10-pcs tray of egg and fishes and meats at affordable prices.
Officials from Township General Administration Department, Township Development Affairs Committee members and officials concerned assisted in implementing the mobile market scheme.
The move is aimed at offering to purchase the food commodities at fairer prices for the locals in the difficult times of the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said. — District IPRD/GNLM

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