The research holding Romir conducted a study and announced that from July 27 to August 2 the average check in Russia decreased by 2.7 % and stopped at 573 rubles. Compared to the same week last year, the average check showed an increase of 6.5% or 35 rubles.
Comparing the current value of the weekly average check with the average annual indicator for the last 12 months showed that the average check last week remained almost unchanged, the growth amounted to 40 kopecks.
It is noted that the growth of the check against last year has already slowed down. It is specified that earlier the main driver of the check growth was the reaction to the coronavirus pandemic, and now there is a reduction in expenses due to prices increase.