Market Management Team 1 inspects markets and supermarkets in Nha Trang

Sunday, 11/07/2021, 18:36 [GMT+7]

Market Management Team 1 inspects markets and supermarkets in Nha Trang

On July 9 morning, Market Management Team 1 under Khanh Hoa Province Market Management Department carried out inspections of goods and prices at some markets and supermarkets in Nha Trang City, including the markets of Xom Moi, Phuoc Thai, Phuong Son, Vinh Hai, and Go! Nha Trang Supermarket.
 
 
Inspection at Phuoc Thai Market…
Inspection at Phuoc Thai Market…

 

…and Vinh Hai Market
…and Vinh Hai Market

 

Checking frozen meat products at Go! Nha Trang Supermarket
Checking frozen meat products at Go! Nha Trang Supermarket
 
The inspections at the markets showed that the purchasing power have been stable; the supply of essential items such as fresh food, vegetables, tubers, fruits, rice, eggs, cooking oil, fish sauce, dried pho, instant noodles, hand sanitizer, and masks has been abundant. The prices of essential items have been stable except for meat and eggs, which increased by 5-10% compared to the previous week. Currently, all traditional markets in the city are still open as normal. No cases of speculation, hoarding, and unreasonable increase in prices were founded.
 
 
Abundant goods at supermarket
Abundant goods at supermarket

 

Checking prices of imported salmon

 

Checking prices of imported salmon
Checking prices of imported salmon
 
The number of customers at Go! Nha Trang Supermarket has been still stable. The supermarket on July 9 morning replenished goods 3-4 times more than usual; the prices have remained unchanged. 
 
 
Inspection of medical masks
Inspection of medical masks

 

Inspecting a pharmacy in Phuoc Hai Market
Inspecting a pharmacy in Phuoc Hai Market
 
The inspection delegation warned the management boards of markets and supermarket about preparing enough goods to meet the increasing demands for goods of people and intensifying COVID-19 prevention and control; listing prices and selling goods at the listed prices. In addition, the markets and supermarket were required to regularly inform their customers about the supply of goods and ensure the regulations to prevent the pandemic.
 
C. Van
Translated by H.N