Meat and Dairy Institution (ESK) has increased the purchase price of lamb full-bodied lamb to 90 liras per kilogram, effective as of today.
ESK announced that they have taken some measures to protect the sweat of the producer within the framework of market regulation responsibility.
In this context, the purchase price of lamb carcasses was increased from 88 liras per kilogram to 90 liras, while a 25 percent discount was made in the retail stores of the institution in order to increase domestic consumption, while the purchase price of lamb carcasses was determined as at least 92 liras per kilogram. With these measures, lamb carcass prices increased from 85 liras per kilogram to 90-95 liras per kilogram.
The ESK, which monitors the market prices daily, has increased the purchase prices of full-bodied from 82 liras per kilogram to 90 liras with premiums, as of today.
Aiming to ensure both producer and consumer satisfaction with the measures it has taken to regulate the market, the ESK does not interfere with producer prices with the discount campaign. Producers who want to have lamb slaughtered should contact the ESK combi boiler directorates.