"Losing face." Ex-deputy of Rada appreciated possible ban of home fat
Former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, Volodymyr Oliynyk, commented on the parliamentary initiative to ban the sale of house fat and meat since 2020.
Earlier in the Rada registered a bill restricting the sale of products obtained as a result of slaughter in private farms without special permits.
“In fact, we part with the national symbol of Ukrainians,” says Oleinik.
According to the ex-deputy, the price and quality of foreign products leave much to be desired.
“The same Polish fat is a side production without a soul. What quality can there be with such an approach?” He noted.
Oleinik added that such initiatives of the Verkhovna Rada can lead to the fact that in the future Ukrainians will only tell their descendants about "real fat."
Recently, prices for lard in Ukraine have shown record growth rates. Thus, the chairman of the Ukrainian Association of Suppliers of Retail Networks, Alexey Doroshenko, reported that in 2017, prices rose by 80% to 72 hryvnia per kilogram.