Once again! The highest prices in Baja California can be found at Soriana in Plaza Río

This is the second consecutive time in which this supermarket has been rated as one of the most expensive

Mexican families are looking to spend as little as possible when buying their weekly or biweekly groceries, which is why the head of the Federal Consumer Agency (PROFECO), Ricardo Sheffield Padilla reveals every week which supermarkets have the highest and lowest prices in the country.

On his update on Monday, April 3, supermarket Soriana Híper located inside the facilities of Plaza Río Tijuana was rated as one of the most expensive supermarkets in the country’s Northern Zone (Baja California, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Tamaulipas, Nuevo León, and Sonora).

This supermarket appeared on this list as it offers its basic basket at a price of $976.30 pesos. On the other hand, supermarket Calimax located at Blvd. Cuauhtémoc 1290, Colonia Zona Río, appeared as one of the most affordable supermarkets, as it offers the same basic basket at a price of $892.80 pesos.

It should be noted that, according to PROFECO, the basic basket consists of a total of 24 items, which are meant to supply a family of 4 members during one week. These products are the following:

1. Edible vegetable oil 1 piece of 946 ml
2. Grains of rice 1 kg
3. Tuna flakes in oil (maximum 5% of soy) 2 cans of 140 g
4. Standard sugar 1 kg
5. Beef 1 kg
6. White onion 1 kg
7. Jalapeño pepper 1 kg
8. Pork 1 kg
9. Black beans 900 grs
10. Chicken eggs, 1 package of 18 eggs
11. Bar of soap 1 piece
12. Tomato 1 kg
13. Dairy milk 5 liters
14. Lime 1 kg
15. Apple 1 kg
16. Banana 1 kg
17. White bread 1 package of 680 grs
18. Potato 1 kg
19. Toilet paper 1 bag of 4 rolls
20. Pasta for soup 1 package of 220 grs
21. Chicken meat 1 kg
22. Sardines with tomato 1 can of 425g
23. Corn tortilla 4kg
24. Carrots 1 kg

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