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В Казахстане дорожают сладости

Производство шоколадных и сахарных кондитерских изделий сократилось за год на 10%, мучных — на 2%

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К маю цены на сахарное печенье выросли на 1,1% за месяц и на 5,7% — за год, до 582,4 тг за кг. Дороже всего среди крупных городов и мегаполисов страны сахарное печенье обходится жителям Актау (755 тг за кг), Алматы (718 тг за кг) и Нур-Султана (713 тг за кг), сообщает Energyprom.kz.

Цены на пряники выросли на 1,2% за месяц и на 7,2% — за год, до 568,2 тг за кг. Дороже всего пряники обходятся жителям столицы (827 тг за кг), Актау (815 тг за кг) и Алматы (739 тг за кг) — той же тройки самых «дорогих» городов для казахстанских любителей сладкого.

Цены на фруктово-ягодную карамель выросли на 0,5% за месяц и на 6,6% — за год, до 691,3 тг за кг. Дороже всего карамель обходится жителям Актау (904 тг за кг), Кызылорды (778 тг за кг) и Нур-Султана (768 тг за кг).

По 1 046,3 тг за кг платят казахстанцы за конфеты* (плюс 0,7% за месяц и 6,5% — за год). Дороже всего конфеты в Актау (1 303 тг за кг), Атырау (1 135 тг за кг) и в Кокшетау (1 130 тг за кг).


За I квартал казахстанские кондитеры произвели 21,5 тыс. тонн кондитерских изделий из шоколада — на 9,8% меньше, чем годом ранее. Производство мучных кондитерских изделий длительного хранения также сократилось: на 2,3% за год, до 25,4 тыс. тонн.

Казахстанцев обеспечивают сладостями такие крупные производители, как АО «Рахат», принадлежащее ведущей южнокорейской кондитерской компании LOTTE Confectionery (производственные мощности расположены на двух площадках: в Алматы и Шымкенте), АО «Баян-Сулу» (Костанайская область), «Хамле Компани ЛТД», входящая в состав турецкой lker Group (Алматинская область) и т. д.




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Food Delivery Business Booms in Kazakhstan

Many people want to minimize personal contacts during the quarantine

Photo: Ofeliya Zhakaeva

Two Kazakhstani cities, Nur-Sultan and Almaty, are now under quarantine. All cafes and restaurants are obliged to work with food delivery services. This market rose exponentially after an emergency was declared amid the global coronavirus pandemic, with people wanting to reduce any social contact.

Food is in priority 

For now, the only food market driver is through delivery, with the number of orders increasing by three to four times in recent days. On March 15 Arbuz.kz, a food delivery service, found itself in a situation where it needs many more refrigerator trucks, says Aleksey Lee, CEO of Arbuz.kz. He refused to specify an exact number of trucks because the situation changes very fast.

The company hired new staff for its call center, with employees in the call center working 14 to 16 hours per day. At the moment they just receive and process orders, so the obligation to keep client relations was temporarily transferred to delivery men. 

To protect staff, the company provided personnel with masks; regular medical check-ups are also underway. If the client pays online, the delivery is made without any contact; a delivery man just sets the product on the floor, knocks on the door and leaves. Cars that are used for delivery should be cleaned after each route. 

The delivery zone is expanded

According to Chocofood.kz, the increase in the orders is medium. Nikolay Sherbakov, the company CEO, said that some of his employees work distantly. All orders paid online are delivered without contact with clients. In this company, delivery personnel are also provided with medical masks as well as sanitizers for hands and their delivery bags. 

Because of lack of sanitizers on the market, the company produces them on its own. While national currency is devalued, the public food industry doesn’t work and food delivery demand rises, the prices might also go up, Sherbakov said. So far Chocofood.kz sees a flurry of orders and tries to support the stable work of all business processes.

“To make delivery from as many restaurants as we can to the maximum number of clients, that is our current goal,” the Chocofood.kz CEO says. To achieve this goal, their delivery zone was expanded, thanks to no traffic jams on the roads.

No subscription any more

International delivery service Glovo is expanding the line of products it can carry including restaurant meals, grocery food, medicine, and mail.

If Glovo clients do not want to contact the delivery man, they have to pay online and make a proper comment in the service application. Delivery will be made in a door-to-door manner and the carrier just makes a call; no client’s signature is needed. As the company representative noted, if the situation with COVID-19 worsens, the option to pay by cash might be deleted from the application.

Again, Glovo carriers have all needed sanitizers, masks, and gloves. Moreover, delivery personnel are obliged to clean their bags with alcohol-based sanitizers.