The Russian honey sausage is to the liking of many Finnish consumers. It is done by the Finnish family company Kotivara.
Timo, who sent a message with a smile, had noticed while shopping Russian meetvursti –a sticker that appears on the side of the clipboard. It said: We support Ukraine.
Kotivara says on its website that the Russian meetvursti has been part of their product range for seven decades. The recipe for the product found its way to Kotivara in the 50s. The name is based on the recipe’s connection to Russian cuisine. Kotivara emphasizes that the product has no other connections to Russia. No raw material imported from Russia is used in any of Kotivara’s products, Kotivara emphasizes.
Labeling therefore has both humanitarian and economic significance.
Business boycotts have already been seen in Finland due to Russian connections, so Kotivara’s need to make a nest distinction is well understood. Teboil service stations are in trouble because their parent company is Lukoil in Russia.
Source: Hymy by hymy.fi.
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