Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, who arrived on Wednesday in Ulan-Ude, before a meeting with representatives of small and medium business of Buryatia visited one of the local businesses - Meat Processing Plant LLC "Pikata".
It is reported by "RIA Novosti".
Head of government also showed the finished product, drawing attention to its affordable price - no more than 400 rubles per kilogram, and the entire production chain.
Medvedev watched the hand mold dumplings and Buryat version buuzy, cook jelly and make sausages. Then, together with the new presidential envoy to the Siberian Federal District Sergei Menyailo and the head of Buryatia Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn Prime tasted finished products.
Its products - sausages, deli meats and semi-finished products - the company produces according to the traditional recipe exclusively from raw materials of local farmers, the general director of the company Alexander Popov.
The company, which 112 workers Buryatia on the market there is more than 10 years, has repeatedly won national competitions Quality
Medvedev first of all interested in the equipment of production and the origin of the equipment. The prime minister said that the company is constantly improving technology, using both foreign and their own development, purchasing advanced equipment, including the well-known German and Chinese manufacturers. The average salary in the factory - 25 thousand rubles, the profitability 3,2 percent.
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