MOSCOW TIME: 13.04.2021 00:37:52


Say “Cheese” to Gruyere: Increasingly in Stock

Say “Cheese” to Gruyere: Increasingly in Stock

The famous Swiss cheese, miraculously exempt from Moscow’s retaliation sanctions, continues to pamper Russian palates.

Russia’s imports of gruyere rose by 26% in 2017 to 224 tons worth US$ 2.6 million. Moscow, which accounts for 59% of national consumption of gruyere, increased its imports by 2% to US$,1.5 million in 2017, followed by the Bryansk region with its 30% share (which rose by 70% to US$771,000 in 2017).

St. Petersburg, with its modest 8%, demonstrated triple growth: from US$68,000 in 2016 to US$216,000 in 2017.


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