What are the 7 cuts of meat that will have more accessible prices due to the agreement between the Government and the refrigerators

February 3, 2022

The “Cuts Care” program will be in force throughout the year 2022

The National Government renewed the agreement with refrigerators and supermarkets for the marketing of seven cuts of beef throughout the country, at agreed prices and more accessible to the domestic market. The “Cuts Care” program will be in force throughout the year 2022: The first stage will run from February 7 to April 7.

After that date, the extension conditions for the rest of the year will be analyzed. The deal prices will have a 2% increase guideline between March 7 and April 7. The selected cuts will be available from Monday to Friday at agreed sales prices, lower than those that can currently be found in the domestic market, in an agreement that was anticipated by Infobae earlier this week.

The deal prices will have a 2% increase guideline between March 7 and April 7. The selected cuts will be available from Monday to Friday

The price per kilo of the cuts is:

– roast strip: $699

– empty: $749

– matambre: $779

– skirt: $449

– roast cover: $639

– buttock: $799

– palette: $649

As highlighted by the Government, the agreement with the meat sector is the product of joint work between the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, headed by Julian Dominguez, the Ministry of Productive Development in charge of Matias Kulfas and the Secretary of Internal Trade, which directs Roberto Feletti.

“The program includes the most representative cuts of consumption by Argentines with options for the grill, for daily consumption, such as milanese, and for cooking in a pot,” they explained. Consumers from all over the country will be able to buy the cuts at agreed prices in more than 1,000 outlets that include large supermarket chains Coto, Jumbo, Plaza Vea, Disco, Carrefour, Walmart, Changomas, La Anónima and Día, the wholesale chains Vital and Makro, and butchers affiliated with the Union of the Argentine Meat Industry (UNICA) and the ABC exporter consortium.

The cuts will be available in supermarkets and in participating butchers
The cuts will be available in supermarkets and in participating butchers

The Association of United Supermarkets (ASU), the consortium of Argentine meat exporters ABC, the refrigerators grouped in the Federation of Regional Meat Processing Industries (FIFRA) and the Union of the Argentine Meat Industry (UNICA) are part of the agreement.

Prices Care

This week, officials from the Ministry of Internal Trade also met with representatives of local businesses —stores, self-service stores and supermarkets of Asian origin— to advance negotiations so that these businesses They can also be part of the Care Prices program through differential prices.

The Government’s proposal is to come up with a list of no more than 150 products that will be offered in the smallest shops. The secretariat will negotiate with the production companies that sell directly to them to do so at the same price they offer to the large supermarket chains. While, on the other hand, they will ask wholesalers to sell them at prices that allow them to have a reasonable margin, an order that they had been making from self-service stores.

The Caring Prices program was renewed on January 8 with a list of more than 1,300 mass consumption products (food, beverages, hygiene and cleaning products) from 100 producing companies, available in supermarket chains. The program is valid for one year with a quarterly review. This first stage contemplates a guideline of 2% monthly average for all products and will be in force until next April 7.

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Reference-www.infobae.com