The supermarket chain has limited the sale of sunflower oil

The consequences of the war in Ukraine seem to have manifested themselves in Greece against the backdrop of rampant inflation. The supermarket chain has limited the sale of sunflower oil.

In particular, the Sklavenitis network has set a supply limit of four bottles (in the online store), as there is an increased demand for the product.

As for the physical stores of Sklavenitis and other large supermarket chains, so far there are no restrictionsalthough the shortage of some goods on the shelves has already been recorded.

Both the Greek and European markets look with awe at the outcome of the war in Ukraine, which until recently covered the vast majority of the needs of the Old Continent in sunflower oil.

Sunflower sowing, which results in sunflower oil processing, takes place from mid-March to mid-April. The possibility of continuing hostilities for at least a month would mean a jump in prices not only for sunflower oil, but also for other oils. In the Greek market, the crisis has already led to an increase in wholesale prices for olive oil by about half a euro last week.

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