Flour mill pledges to halt bread crisis if bank credits are provided

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Flour mill pledges to halt bread crisis if bank credits are provided

June 30, 2018 - 12:49
Written by: HousamNajjair

The flour mill factory, Rabea Company, announced in a statement that it is ready to produce 6,000 tons of flour a day if it obtains approvals to open wheat supply credits.

In a statement, the company vowed commitment to the arrival of wheat flour within a maximum of two weeks from the date of approval of supply, adding that it will provide flour to the bakery at an appropriate price to maintain the stability of bread prices.

It is worth noting that a number of bakeries in the capital closed their doors and entered a sit-in to protest the high prices of flour, which led to heavy congestion at the doors of open bakeries, while some bakeries raised the price of bread to double its previous price.