The classic trick, which hails from the time when Small-An was in the socialist system, the planned economy. But this trick flowed smoothly into the new time when Small-An switched to a market economy.
The trick is simple. Seller - sells apples, pears, grapes, pomegranates, oranges, tomatoes in a box.
The first two rows, selected fruits. Third and fourth row, smaller fruits. The fifth and sixth are small. The seventh and eighth rows are rotten, spoiled, with mold.
Sometimes they can give out different types of storage for others. The more expensive ones are those that are stored in a warehouse where the natural temperature is maintained and is well ventilated. Price of 1 kg of conditional fruit = $ 2. The second method of storage is in the refrigerator, the product changes its structure a little, it can deteriorate faster outside the refrigerator. Price 1 kg = 1.5 dollars. The third method is vacuum storage. This changes the taste of the fruit, insignificantly, restaurateurs (those who keep restaurants) do not buy such apples. Price for 1 kg = 1 dollar. The fourth method - they store fruits in straw or sand in the courtyard of the house, the fruits lose a little in their form, moisture leaves, they become more friable. Price per 1 kg = 90 cents. The fifth method is to store apples in the basement, the fruits become moldy, deteriorate more quickly, the appearance is not conditional. Price per 1 kg = 40-60 cents.
Here are cunning and different storage methods interfere, passing them off as the most expensive, and inside there can be at once three or five methods for storing fruits.