Sergei Sobyanin participated in the Mayor’s Summit in Milan where Food Policy Pact was signed. Several world capitals and metropolitan cities entered the document.
Within the framework of the "City in Motion" project, Moskva 24 TV studio hosted Sergei Sobyanin. The Mayor of Moscow told us in a live on-air interview about the main drivers of the city’s development, what construction projects need to be financed ...
180 new contracts on food supplies to Moscow have been signed lately. Seeking new food suppliers has become one of the city’s fundamental objectives. As Sergei Sobyanin mentioned in his interview to Moskva 24 TV channel, around 180 new contracts on food supplies to Moscow have been signed over the recent time.
Russia invites Azerbaijan to closer cooperation in delivering farm produce supplies to the Russian market. The issue was discussed at the 15th session of the Russian-Azerbaijani inter-governmental committee held in Moscow.
Are you a food producer or supplier? Develop your business with FOOD CITY. The main food platform of Russia will participate in the largest exhibitions of the capital: from 5th to 8th of October you may attend FOOD CITY agro cluster stands represented at Pir (Feast) Exhibition, Crocus Expo, and from 8th to 11th of October – at Zolotaya Osen (Golden Autumn).
On Wednesday, 30 September, Pavel Grudinin, Director General of Lenin’s Sovkhoz (Farming Enterprise) shared with journalists his concerns about a possible dramatic growth of consumer prices on vegetables and fruit that may hit the market in December.
One year ago, in September 2014 the largest in Russia and Europe wholesale food centre FOOD CITY was opened in Moscow. Opening the agro cluster, the Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin called this object unique and vital for the capital, and noted that it would ensure civilized trade and enable wholesalers to find their customers not in the centre of Moscow, but in the outskirts.
Yellow onion from Nizhny Novgorod costs from 14 Rubles per kg.
Kaluzhsky cucumber costs 30-45 Rubles per kg.
Rostov tomatoes cost from 60 Rubles per kg.
Discounts, great value deals and advertising are the three pillars that success of large retail chains rests on. Consumers trust in low prices. But is it so in fact?
«Slava», the Rostov apples cost from 65 to 70 Rubles per kg, «Semerenko» cost 80-90 Rubles per kg.
The sweetest watermelon should have a dried tail!
White «Kishmish», the Moldavian grapes, cost from 70 to 90 rubles per kg.
Krasnodar Strawberries cost 100-200 Rubles per kg.
New potatoes from Azerbaijan, Belarus, or Russia at a price of 20 to 40 rubles per kg.
Uzbek sweet cherries at a price of 200 to 280 rubles per kg
Big-city representatives of the largest trading companies went to regions in search for new food suppliers. They visited the Rostov Region last week.
July 07.2015 INTERPROMBANK has opened a new additional office «Kaluzhsky 2» on the territory of FOODCITY, the LARGEST food distribution center in Russia. The office is located on the 1st floor at the entrance № 14.
28 June 2015 INTERPROMBANK has opened the third additional office “Kaluzhsky. Safety deposit boxes” on the territory of FOODCITY, the largest food distribution center in Russia.
FOOD CITY - the first agroklaster and largest wholesale food center in Russia, comparable to Rugnis (France), its territory outlined for the organization of retail purchases as well as small and large wholesale purchases.
We invited everyone who is engaged in wholesale and retail trade to come visit our center. We offer three types of sales premises, convenient logistics and warehouse premises for suppliers working with major retail chains. Starting September 1, you can take advantage of the multitude of parking spaces and large sales pavilions where products can be purchased directly of the back of the truck.