In Uruguay, meat stores and butcher shops reach an agreement on meat prices

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Published Nov 15, 2023

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Meat processors in Uruguay have negotiated with the Union of Meat Sellers (UVC) to lower the prices of certain cuts in order to promote the domestic market. This week, there will be discounts on cuts such as lomo ball and lamb roast. The UVC emphasizes that these efforts are aimed at providing affordable prices to consumers and supporting the local economy, as Uruguayan meat is highly valued and often exported at higher prices.
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The meat processors negotiated with the Union of Meat Sellers (UVC) to lower the prices of some cuts to promote the Uruguayan domestic market, so this week there will be discounts on meat cuts such as lomo ball and also on lamb. The butcher shops assured that it is “a big sacrifice” that they carry out by offering discounts on some cuts of meat with the aim of offering good prices to consumers and being able to be in the market. This month, the loin ball will be offered at a price with a 40% discount, remaining at $297 per kilo, as well as the lamb roast cut, which will be offered for a price of $189 per kilo. “This offer of loin ball and lamb roast demonstrates the great effort that butchers make for people. The client is the most important thing for us,” explained Rafael Rodríguez, vice president of the UVC. In that sense, Rodríguez assured that the objective of making these agreements is “to make the family economy work with dishes that are prepared with varieties of meat.” ...
Source: Agromeat
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