Honduras: Commodity Prices Fixed

The government has extended the price freeze on seven basic food products, including red beans and ground beef, for 30 days.

Friday, February 6, 2015

From a statement issued by the Government of Honduras:

The Government of the Republic of Honduras through the Ministry of Economic Development informs the Honduran population in general, that it has been determined by Ministerial Agreement to establish throughout the national territory the maximum retail price for popular consumer products for a period 30 days.

Based on monitoring conducted by the National Observatory on Food Security (ONSSA), attached to the Directorate General of Consumer Protection, an unjustified rise has been detected in the following products, which from this day will have a maximum sales price for end consumers:

Basic bean grains, except silk, $0.69 per pound, beef: ground beef $2.44 per pound and prime rib $1.98. A pound of liver $1.27, heart $1.16, kidney $0.93 and tail $1.98.



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