In March, EastFruit analysts conduct a traditional audit of the fruit and vegetable departments of supermarkets in Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Let’s see in the photos below extraordinary things our experts noted this time: unusual vegetables and fruits, original product advertising, creative packaging, exquisite layout, and much more.
In Dushanbe (Tajikistan), siyaalaf, or black grass, became available at 13 TJS in retail, and at 10 TJS in the markets.
Asparagus, papaya, and fresh mango are presented on the shelves of supermarkets in Uzbekistan. By the way, papaya is grown in greenhouses in Uzbekistan. Bananas are also experimentally cultivated.
Notably, there were restrictions on the sale of bananas in some supermarkets in Uzbekistan – no more than 4 kg per person!
A variety of microgreens is presented in supermarkets in Uzbekistan.
Supermarket chains in the capital of Ukraine maintain an abundance of fruits and vegetables, despite the war.
A beautiful display of fruits and vegetables in supermarkets in Dnipro and Kyiv, diverse and exotic.
There are exotic vegetables and fruits, Angys pears. And watermelons sold at 179 UAH/kg, until Ukrainian watermelons from Kherson – products with a protected geographical indication and a symbol of the freedom of the Ukrainian people, have not ripened.
Melons are also presented on the shelves of Ukrainian supermarkets.
Meanwhile, there are shockingly low prices for potatoes in Ukrainian supermarkets. We described the reasons for this in the article.
Almost a “traffic light” in one of the Kyiv supermarkets (Ukraine). These are the minimum requirements for placing peppers – only yellow is missing.
In Tbilisi, Georgia, a Carrefour supermarket is raising consumer awareness about the stages of avocado ripeness.
In Tajikistan, the quality of onions that cost $1.1 leaves much to be desired.
The range of fruits and vegetables in Moldova in March is also great – Brazilian watermelons, and a variety of exotics.
An unusual solution for placing apples in Moldova.
We will share the results of the audit on the EastFruit International Platform website soon.
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