By  on May 17, 2018

The Russian economy is growing again — although more slowly — and consumers have reset their expectations regarding their consumption of what they want that’s within their means.

That means cutting back on nonessentials, such as alcohol and ready-to-eat foods. But while consumers have become more value-conscious and a growing number are more prone to buying low-cost generic medications, many also said they plan to spend more on products they regard as important for their well-being. Priorities for increased spending pertain to healthful eating, such as fresh foods, well-being and personal enrichment.

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