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| 15 May 2021, Saturday | النسخة العربية

Ministry of Economy sets bread bundle price and weight

The Ministry of Economy and Trade issued a decision according to which the price and weight of “white” Lebanese bread  in bakeries and stores were set across Lebanon, “after reducing the percentage of bakeries profits when selling directly in their stores, in conformity with a schedule of analysis of the cost of manufacturing, distribution and sale, and based on the price of the wheat on the global stock exchange, and according to the dollar exchange rate and fuel prices.

In conformity with the Ministry of Economy’s statement, the price and weight of “white” Lebanese bread were set according to the following:

  • From the bakery to the consumer: a large size bundle, with a minimum weight of 965 grams, at a price of 2,500 LL. (Two thousand five hundred Lebanese pounds) as a maximum.
    A medium size bundle, with a minimum weight of 370 grams, was set 1,500 LBP (One thousand five hundred Lebanese pounds), as a maximum price.
  • From the bakery to the distributor: a large package that weighs minimum 965 grams, was set at 2.150 LL (Two thousand and one hundred fifty Lebanese pounds) as a maximum price.
    A medium size bundle, with a minimum weight of 370 grams, was set at 1.335 LBP as a maximum price.
  • From the distributor to the store: a large package that weighs minimum 965 grams, was set at 2,500 LL as a maximum price.
    A medium size bundle, with a weight of minimum 370 grams, was set at 1.560 LBP as a maximum price.
  • From the store to the consumer: a large package that weighs minimum 965 grams, was set at 2.750 LL as a maximum price.
    A medium size bundle, provided that it weighs minimum 370 grams, was set at 1.750 LL as a maximum price.