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Ivanna Onofriychuk filmed a video from a supermarket in Switzerland, where only cabbage cost 350 UAH

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Ivanna Onofriychuk told how much it costs to cook borscht in Switzerland

Popular Ukrainian TV presenter Ivanna Onufriychuk left for Switzerland after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The other day, the star decided to cook borsch there and went shopping at a local supermarket. A standard borsch set cost the celebrity almost 2400 hryvnias.

Onufriychuk filmed her grocery shopping and posted the video on her personal Instagram page.

Ivanna started with potatoes - she paid 1.15 francs for 700 grams, or 50 hryvnias. In Switzerland, a kilogram of beets costs 5.30 francs, or 230 hryvnias, while the TV star paid 4.30 francs, or 188 hryvnias, for two medium-sized vegetables. Two carrots and three onions cost 22 and 26 hryvnias, respectively.

Ivanna Onofriychuk filmed a video from a supermarket in Switzerland, where only cabbage cost 350 UAH

Onufriychuk was unpleasantly surprised by the price of cabbage. First, the store didn't have small and medium-sized heads of cabbage, only large ones. Secondly, the host paid as much as 8 francs for one cabbage, which is almost 350 hryvnias. Garlic was also not cheap - 50 hryvnias for one head.

Ivanna Onofriychuk filmed a video from a supermarket in Switzerland, where only cabbage cost 350 UAH

"It's better not to convert anything into hryvnia," a famous Ukrainian woman jokingly remarked.

Ivanna Onofriychuk filmed a video from a supermarket in Switzerland, where only cabbage cost 350 UAH

The presenter's grocery basket also included greens, beans, tomato paste, and bread. Ivanna shared: "In general, all products in supermarkets here are divided into regular and bio products. Bio products, I think, are those that have no or fewer nitrates. But they are usually more expensive than regular ones."

The purchase of sour cream reduced Ivanna's wallet by 2.80 francs, or 122 hryvnias. As for the meat, the star chose veal because her husband doesn't eat pork. After that, the host went to the checkout. The final amount she saw on the receipt was 54.55 francs. That is, if Ukrainians in Switzerland decide to treat themselves to homemade borsch, they should be prepared to spend almost 2,400 hryvnias.

Ivanna Onofriychuk filmed a video from a supermarket in Switzerland, where only cabbage cost 350 UAH

"Given that Ukrainian refugees are allocated financial assistance of 300 francs per month, it will not be possible to enjoy borscht very often," concluded Onufriychuk.

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