This was stated by Minister of Agriculture and Food of Belarus Mikhail Brown.
He said that restricting food imports due to "large-scale modernization of the Belarusian enterprises are redesigning the meat and milk, as well as fruit and vegetable plants."
Minister Brown has called unfounded allegations that a number of commodity groups Belarusian products have become more expensive than imported ones. As an example, he cited the tomatoes, the selling price of which is the commercial network of 8 thousand per 1 kilogram. The Minister explained: a sharp jump in the fruits and vegetables caused by the significant increase in the mark-trading enterprises under the state policy of liberalization of pricing.