The Russian woman came from Greece to Russia, went to a domestic grocery discounter and was very surprised by the price tag for the classic Coca-Cola, which she constantly drank abroad. She published a price comparison in her Yandex.Zen channel.
According to the author, a 1.5-liter bottle of cola in Russia after the imposition of sanctions began to cost 150 rubles, while in Greece – 1.5-1.7 euros (at the current exchange rate 118-133 rubles). “People, this is very expensive! Tell me, is cola such a vital product, without which you will “throw your hooves” or “glue your flippers together” if it is not on the table?” a compatriot asked rhetorically.
According to her, now, while she lives in Russia, her body is resting from a chemical drink. An alternative choice of a visiting blogger is to wash down lunch and dinner with kvass. “I always have a bottle of kvass on my table. I can live just fine without Coca-Cola. Why should I drink what is produced by a country that treats us so badly? Let the b@yden drink it, and the brawn picks up the bottles after him,” she remarked patriotically. after 3 months of business freeze, he announced his withdrawal from the Russian market. The company is selling off warehouse balances and will no longer produce/sell goods under its own brands in our country.
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