Bread Price To Go Down, Claim Government Officials

The price of bread is likely to revert to $1 from $1,10 per loaf in the next two weeks, it has emerged.

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Addressing journalists in Bulawayo last week, Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe chairperson, Tafadzwa Musarara, said there may be changes in the price of bread in the next two weeks.

“We would like to assure the public that the wheat situation is improving and that we have since procured 30 tonnes of wheat which we are expecting from Mozambique,” he said.

“The shipment is due to arrive in the next 14 days.We have paid for the current crop of wheat in advance and it will be harvested very soon and we hope this will help to cushion our stocks.

We are currently trying to engage Government on subsidising our purchase of wheat and this will likely see the price of bread coming down again”.

Musarara said bread production was at 50 percent, with most shops in rural areas not getting deliveries.

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