Food Union to reduce prices for dairy products in Latvia

In wake of Russia's embargo on dairy imports from Europe, Latvia's Food Union food group will reduced the price of its dairy products for the local market by up to 30%, with the aim of selling more of its products in Latvia and supporting Latvian farmers, writes LETA.
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