- Today 14:18
The Ministry of Commerce clarified today, Saturday, that its relationship with private sector bakeries and bakeries is a regulatory relationship, while it identified a factor that contributed to controlling the prices of bread and bacon.
The Ministry’s spokesman, Muthanna Al-Fariji, said in an interview followed by the “Information” Agency, “The Ministry of Commerce’s relationship with private sector ovens and bakeries is a regulatory relationship related to the health status and the issuance of approval and approval for granting them white oil by the Ministry of Oil, as well as biological examination in the statements that come out.” It has oversight committees and ensures the safety of bread production.”
Al-Fariji added: “As for weights and prices, this system was in place when the Ministry of Commerce was feeding and equipping the bakeries with flour and wine, but currently there is no preparation for private sector bakeries, because the Ministry of Commerce/General Company for Grain Processing is currently preoccupied with the issue of the ration card and distribution.” Flour to the families included in the food basket program.
He pointed out that "pressuring and controlling prices is achieved through distributing flour in such huge quantities, which is the best way to control the prices of bread and all kinds of pastries, in addition to the continued flow of flour to the local market and Iraqi families is in itself the best factor in controlling prices." .
He explained that "there is no binding contractual relationship between the Ministry of Commerce and the private sector bakeries that obliges them to weigh the skewers and the price of the skewers." Ended/25
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