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Russians Believe that Domestic Cheese is Worse than Imported Varieties
18.12.2018 13:05
Russians Believe that Domestic Cheese is Worse than Imported Varieties

Russians believe that domestic cheese is worse than imported varieties, judging by taste and quality, however, the production of Russian cheese is important for the country’s economy.

      More than 70% of respondents fully or partially agreed with the statement that imported cheese is tastier than Russian; only 15% said that the taste of domestic cheese was better. At the same time 80% of respondents believe that the production of cheese is useful for the country’s economy. Only 5% disagreed with this statement.

      73% said they would be ready to buy domestic products if their value was 20% lower than the average price of hard cheese on the market. 46.5% of respondents are ready to buy domestic cheese at an average market price. Less than 25% of respondents are ready to buy Russian cheese if it costs 30% more than the average.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian business     

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