Sepror offers five points of sale of fish in Holy WeekThe sale starts on 31 and will until the day 4 April at the time of 7h 21h ace.
The Secretary of State for Rural Production and Sustainability (Sepror) start Feirão the Pescado next Tuesday, 31 March, with five fish marketing points for Holy Week. In this year, They will be set up two tents more, in order to serve the population of the Midwest and northern regions. For sale, affordable, runs until 4 of April.
In addition to the spaces assembled every year in Social Urban Center (CSU), Ten in Park; center-on area, and Carlos Zamith stadium, Crowned neighborhood, East zone, authorized the origin of fish will also be marketed in the retreat of the samba schools, the Samba Avenue and Loris Cordovil, Alvorada neighborhood, central-west, and the pavement of the State School John Bosco, in the New Town neighborhood I, North Zone. The Feirão of Sepror (old Expoagro), in the neighborhood Santa Etelvina, North Zone, is a fixed point of sale of fish and every year enter the promotional schedule of Holy Week.
The points were defined from the movement of persons. The tents run between 7am and 21h, with the exception of the Crowned tent, terminating the activities at 20h. no Saturday, day 4 of April, the operation goes up to 12pm.
The goal is to ensure access to fish consumption in the period the most affordable, which tend to rise at this time due to demand. According to the Secretary of State for Rural Production and Sustainability, Sidney Milk, the economy comes to be between 22% e 25% the market prices. Tambaqui to weigh up 1 kg, for example, It will be sold at R $ 5,50. What is the weight range 2 kg 3 kg will have the value of a kilogram slightly higher: R$ 7,50. What is often more sought, above 5 kg, It will kilo sold at R $ 10.
"The initiative follows the guideline of Sepror which is approaching the consumer producer, ensuring significant gains for both sides of the chain ", said Secretary. The expectation for this year is to market 500 tons of fish traditional regional cuisine as tambaqui, matrinxã e pirarucu (fresh and salted), plus turtles.
Prices are agreed between the producers with technical assistance from Sepror based on cost and volume of fish that will be on sale, according to the head of the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture (know), Ivo Calado.
Approximately 300 tons are from fish farming (culture) and managed areas; e 200 tons of declared stocks. The turtles are traded areas authorized by IBAMA. According to the Executive Secretary of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Geraldo Bernardino, the consumption of fish in the Amazon capital contributes to the development of fish farming in the state.