Presentation of these bananas on sale could be better. These fruits cost 0.56 euros, discounted from 0.70 euros.
Tomatoes, iceberg lettuce, some herbs in the background… the shelves are full. (49.90 ruble compares to about 0.72 euros).
These onions, presented in a basket, come at a price of 29.90 ruble (0.43 euros).
Red and white onions are presented in a basket too.
"Carrots, large and sandy in a big package. But at a cheap price: about 0.42 euros. Comment from our correspondent: "These carrots look ugly."
Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes. Big or small, packed or loose. There is enough choice, however these tomatoes come at a price. The three tomatoes on the white board seems to be most expensive at a price of 343 ruble (about 4,99 euro).
More tomatoes and prices on this shelf are considerably higher than for other produce: 179 ruble (2.60 euro) and 118.90 (1,72 euros).
Abundand supply of tomatoes, and that’s how the Kremlin loves it. After the ban on Turkish fruit and vegetables Russian companies invested heavily on tomato production. Even though the relations with Turkey are improving, Turkish tomatoes are still banned.
Mushrooms in the well-known blue punnet.
Oyster mushrooms come at a price of 309 ruble (4.50 euro) per punnet.
The blueberries cost 249.90 ruble (3.62 euro) for a shaker.
Courgettes and eggplants cost 0.58 euro and 0.43 euro.
Overview of the mushroom section.
Apples, oranges, lemons, pomelo… all on an eye catching display.
Different melon varieties for prices varying from 13 ruble (0.18 euro) to 29.90 ruble (0.43 euro).
This banner promotes all kinds of fresh produce. Earlier this report tomatoes, eggplants, melons and watermelons passed by, but plume, apples, carrots and bell peppers are on a discount too. (exchange rate 10 ruble is 0.15 euro).
Another poster promoting fruits and vegetables on a discount. Pears for example cost 99.90 ruble (1.45 euro).
Different varieties of apples, one of the products Russia is said to become self-sufficient at, on a shelve with pomelos and other citrus.
Russian apples on the shelve. These apples are grown in Lipetsk region, southwestern Russia.
Onions are sold out, just some peeling is left.
Due to the somewhat brownish coloring these Argentinian mandarins doesn't look appealing.
Russian sweet corn, just a few packagings left.
The exterior of the supermarket we've visited.
Russian potatoes in a girsac cost a little more than 2 euros.
Even the tricolor packed bell peppers are from Russian producers.
"Comment from our correspondent: "These carrots look ugly." And at least one Russian consumer thought the same and left his selected carrots at the shelve."
Russian tomatoes ost 1.45 euro.
Tricolor-pack bell peppers at a price of 2.46 euro.