500 Residents Enjoy Cheap Staple Foods Program at Susukan Ceria RPTRA
Reported by Nurito | Translated by Nugroho Adibrata
As many as 500 residents claimed to enjoy the pop-up bazaar that offered cheap food commodities held at Susukan Ceria RPTRA, Susukan Urban Village, Ciracas, East Jakarta, on Wednesday (7/13). Previously, they had made payment transactions using KJP Plus to Bank DKI's EDC at the same location.
It aims to help residents get staple foods at a lower price than the market
Susukan Urban Village Head Andri Priwitama Maila said the pop-up bazaar was realized in collaboration with food enterprises such as PT Food Station Tjipinang Jaya, PD Dharma Jaya, and Bank DKI.
"It aims to help residents get staple foods at a lower price than the market," he expressed.PT FSTJ Eyes Middle East Rice Market
He explained the bazaar offered cheap staple foods, starting from cooking oil Rp 14,000/liter, 2-liter packaged cooking oil Rp 41,000 with a maximum purchase of 2 liters, UHT milk Rp 3,500/pcs, and Rp 30,000/carton, Mackerel Rp 13,000/kg containing 6-9 fishes.
Then wheat flour Rp 10,000/kg, sugar Rp 13.500/kg, rice Rp 30,000/five kg, and beef Rp 35,000/pack weighing one kg.
"To smoothen it, we have involved 21 personnel from RPTRA, TP PKK, Satpol PP, Urban Village ASN, and PPSU," he concluded.