The protagonist of the third interview in the column “Points of View” is Lili Lozan, a famous local journalist, presenter at PrimeTV, the winner of the award – the best TV presenter in 2015.

To the guests of our country I would recommend a homemade chicken soup, a glass of Moldovan wine or an Ie manufactured by Maria Cristea.

Lili Lozan

To the guests of our country I would recommend a homemade chicken soup, a glass of Moldovan wine or an Ie manufactured by Maria Cristea.

Lili Lozan

To the guests of our country I would recommend a homemade chicken soup, a glass of Moldovan wine or an Ie manufactured by Maria Cristea.

Lili Lozan

What is the last local product you bought?

My last purchase is a dress created by Liudmila Storojuc, a young designer that is already famous in the local fashion industry.

How do you assess the quality/ price ratio of Moldovan products?

Recently, to my delight, I discovered that local products are more competitive, and I'm glad that I can find interesting Moldovan goods at reasonable prices.

What are your objections towards Moldovan products you bought and used?

I can not say I have certain objections towards local products, however, I think the prices for some of them are exaggerated. I can not explain how tomatoes grown in Moldova can be more expensive than imported ones or why some Moldovan brands establish prices that are too expensive for our market.

What local cosmetic products do you use?

I do not buy any Moldovan cosmetics, except for cucumbers, strawberries and honey that I use for face masks.

What category of local products do you buy the most: food, clothing, household appliances?

I am a local food consumer and I am very lucky that most of the products come from the garden of my parents. To be honest, in their quality and nutritional value I trust the most. Moldovan household items are unfamiliar to me or our market is just saturated with foreign products from well-known manufacturers. Clothes that I buy are also made by our local designers.

Do you prefer local or foreign sweets and confectionary products?

I love our sweets, although some of them have lost the taste I got used to in my childhood: may be it is because I grew up or may be the candies are made differently. Although I believe this situation is due to a high level of competition on confectionary market.

Which local products would you recommend to a foreign person?

To the guests of our country I would recommend a homemade chicken soup, a glass of Moldovan wine or an Ie (national Moldovan clothing) manufactured by the local artisan Maria Cristea.