Meanwhile, Russian consumers are having to pay more for food (see Figure 4) and do without favourites such as Parmesan cheese. Quality of domestic substitutes is also a concern, with two thirds of Russian cheeses and butters failing to meet quality standards set by consumer watchdog Roscontrol.
Food prices (% change in retail price during 2014)
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