Fruit and vegetable departments of Dushanbe supermarkets - EastFruit retail audit in Tajikistan for July 2023

Published Jul 25, 2023

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The EastFruit project team conducted a retail audit of fruit and vegetable departments in seven cities across five countries. In Dushanbe, Tajikistan, the team visited 18 stores of seven different supermarket chains and compared the changes in their fruit and vegetable departments since July 2022. The Paykar supermarket chain was the clear leader in terms of product range, while the Evar and Auchan City chains came in second and third place respectively. The quality of products in all chains was high, and the Paykar chain had the most convenient and comfortable fruit and vegetable department. However, there is still a lack of informative content in the departments in terms of product origin.
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The traditional audit of fruit and vegetable departments of supermarket chains in seven cities of five countries: Kiev and Dnipro (Ukraine), Chisinau (Moldova), Tbilisi (Georgia), Tashkent (Uzbekistan), Dushanbe and Khujand (Tajikistan) was carried out on July 5-7, 2023 by the EastFruit project team. More details and monitoring rules can be found here. In total, during the monitoring of the fruit and vegetable departments of supermarkets in Tajikistan, an audit was conducted in 27 stores representing 9 main supermarket chains in Tajikistan. In this material, we offer a detailed analysis of the situation with the trade in fresh vegetables and fruits in retail chains in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. In Dushanbe, the team visited 18 stores of 7 supermarket chains - Auchan, Paykar, Evar, Shohmansur, Diyor, Bi1 and Dastras Market supermarkets. Rice. 1. Supermarket chains in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, where a retail audit was conducted in July 2023. In this report, we will compare changes in the ...
Source: Eastfruit
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