09 January, 2018

Shops of Kazakh products to open in several Russian cities

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Shops with Kazakh food products are planned to open in several Russian cities such as Tyumen, Ekaterinburg and Novosibirsk, reports the Kazakh Embassy in Russia.

‘Now, two stores of Kazakh food products work in Omsk; it is planned to increase by 50. The organizers intend to create a whole food network; the main feature is natural, environmentally friendly food products without any chemical additives, manufactured in Kazakhstan’ they mentioned.

According to the Embassy, in the first half of 2018, they plan to build seven pavilions with Kazakh food products in Omsk. KazMarket LLC opens Kazakhstani outlets in Russia. They sell food products produced in the North-Kazakhstan region: dairy and meat products, semi-finished products, pasta, and confectionery products. Then, sweets ‘Rakhat’ and ‘Bayan-Sulu’ have been sold.

According to the director of KazMarket LLC Evgeny Boytsov, the project was very successful, and all the economic indicators exceeded the expectations of entrepreneurs several times. ‘Kazakhstani products are in demand from Omsk. Since the opening the first store, we have revenue three times more than we expected’, he said.




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