4 Still Hungry?

Still Hungry?

Posted on June 14, 2011 by

When you read about what goes into the consumer’s basket, you do not take the quantity you see the way you do when you see it on the photos. The creators of this project used electronic scales to show how it all looks like in minimum quantity. From this it comes out unusual. In the different regions of Russia, the average consumer basket varies. For example in 2011, the Government of Sverdlovsk region of the I quarter of 2011 set a living wage at a level of US$213 per capita.
These include: food – US$82, non-food items – US$32, services – US$84, mandatory payments and fees at US$15. The officiais find this to be sufficient.

18 grams of Vegetable oil

188 grams of Rye-Wheat Bread

6 grams of cheese

337 grams of milk

57 grams of sugar

14 grams of vermicelli

27 grams of millet

53 grams of wheat flour

172 grams of First and Second grade bread

53 grams of apple

77 grams of fresh white cabbage


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4 Responses to “Still Hungry?”

  1. testicules says:

    Another pointless post

  2. w says:

    So this is for 1 day or just for breakfast?

  3. Musa says:

    That looks like a whole lot more than what I eat almost everyday. I don’t understand why hardly any cheese or meat though?

  4. Rob Normann says:

    10-15 years ago i guess it was all you got for a whole year, but as i understand the poster it is for the first quarter of the year (2,5 month). It is not something anyone will get fat by.
    Vladimir Putin and the gang has really done some amazing things, and in the 15 years he have ruled Russia much have changed for the better. Nothing is perfect either it is in the east or west, but Putin is a great leader. Maybe the best in the world at this time.

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