As of September 12, Russian potato growers were selling table potatoes (lots of 20 tons or more) at prices ranging from 10 to 35 rubles/kg. The cheapest products could be purchased in the Udmurt Republic (10 rubles/kg) and the Nizhny Novgorod Region (10,50 rubles/kg).
Potatoes were slightly more expensive in Mari El (11,00 rubles/kg), Rostov (11,00 rubles/kg), Chelyabinsk regions (11,50 rubles/kg). In the Leningrad, Kirov, Tula, Novosibirsk regions, potatoes can be purchased at a price of 12,00 rubles / kg.
The average price level (from 13 to 14 rubles/kg) was established in the Vologda, Pskov, Kostroma, Samara, Kemerovo regions; Krasnoyarsk, Krasnodar Territories and the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria.
Slightly higher (from 15 to 17 rubles/kg) the bar was raised in the Tambov, Omsk, Yaroslavl, Orenburg, Ulyanovsk, Moscow, Novgorod regions and the Altai Territory. And the highest prices for potatoes (20 rubles/kg) were recorded in the Primorsky Territory and (35,00 rubles/kg) in the Stavropol Territory.
[ 100 rubles = €1.60 ]