It is a little about products in Poland, and in Warsaw in particular. maybe my opinion will be biased, but not for the first time I notice that No milk in Moscow, if we are talking not about farming, but about what is in the supermarket within walking distance. Here I am all equate. Repeatedly compared with what is sold in Mtsensk-Orel (it used to be there often) and in the Krasnodar Territory. For me, so it is not standing next to. Naturally, we are also talking about shopping. products. In general, the first, and then a couple of months later The second impression of Polish products is left only good
Sour cream 18% is “impossible”, we have this 30%, accounted for buy 12%, otherwise, like butter. Daria drinks milk all the time, and also said that very cool. Found a delicious juice in Tesco / Carrefour, similar to the present, expensive only. It is clear that freshly squeezed will not replace anything, but the taste is very, very direct, where I I will take this one in Moscow now, I don’t know. Chicken for Egor we ordered in Moscow from farmers, then you can take it just in supermarket, it even looks different. About cheap cheeses Camembert and Brie keep quiet.
I liked that the labels are less readable, it is clear that there is that. Also thanks to this, you can choose bread without yeast or something else without additives (E), preservatives and dyes. Well who is it Of course, of course. True, in Tesco in this regard, the choice is quite small, in Carrefour more, but at the expense of a small department Organic, so the range is similar.
And that is not all. Prices! Compared to Moscow, the cost is lower times in two, we have spending on food fell almost half as much, and would fall even more if we cooked more often, like at home (here time is short for it). For example, 1l of milk (with a normal period storage in 2 weeks) can be bought for 1.5-3 pln, which is for December 2014 equal to 25-50 rubles (before the growth of the dollar, the price was 15-30 rubles). Of course, not all prices are the same, something costs the same (tomatoes cherry, persimmon). Surely there is something more expensive than in Russia, but Immediately nothing is remembered.
I looked at the prices of products in Poland (in Tesco), but I didn’t have much time, because then I saw that a badge was drawn, they say that photography is forbidden, and somehow did not begin to continue. I wonder why such a ban — I didn’t take pictures in Carrefour, the assortment looks like, well, maybe it’s different, but we take about the same thing, what’s there, what’s there.
To get the price in rubles, you need to multiply by 10 and another add half of this amount (i.e., multiply by 1.5). Half a year back it was enough to multiply by just 10.
Excellent milk with a normal shelf life.
Sour cream 12%
Camembert and Brie
Plain bread as well, and buns
Unleavened bread costs also
Frozen vegetables are quite inexpensive
Delicious, but not very cheap juice, even Egor began to drink it
Water was bought from 5 liters, very cheap water
P.S. By the way, yes, cooking water was sometimes used from under tap, quite normal water, the taste also come down. On the forums they say that in principle you can use. Houses in Moscow only filtered drink can be, otherwise even the taste disgusting.
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