Myanmar rice body sells food commodities at fairer prices for second time in Twantay Tsp

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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 oil bottle (60 visses) and K1,300 per 10-pcs tray.

Myanmar Rice Federation in coordination with Twantay Township Development Affairs Committee sold staple food, including rice, egg, fish and oil at fairer prices with the mobile market trucks in front of the BEHS 1 on Shwesantaw Pagoda Road in Ohnpinsu Quarter, at the Shwenyaungpin junction and Kyauktine traffic point at 9 am on 2 September.
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, under the guidance of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry and the directive of the Yangon Region government.
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 oil bottle (60 visses) and K1,300 per 10-pcs tray. Fish prices per viss stood at K3,500 for tilapia, K9,000 for seabass, K6,500 for carp, K3,800 for rohu, K3,200 for catfish and K7,500 for minced rohu, respectively.
U Kyaw Myint, chairman of the township administration body and its members and the officials concerned assisted in implementing the mobile market scheme. — Township IPRD/GNLM

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