The Chelyabinsk producer acquired new products due to sanctions


“Doctor of Taste” switched to the production of extracts
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The Chelyabinsk company FPK (trademark Doctor of Taste) switched to the production of new beverages due to sanctions. This was reported by URA.RU in the press service of the regional government.

Previously, the company produced jellies, spices, culinary additives and soups. Many components of imported production have become inaccessible due to sanctions. With the support of My Business Center, the company learned new technologies for the production of extracts, beverages based on cocoa, coffee and chicory.

“Now we have a lot of tasks ahead of us: to keep production and jobs, to find alternative suppliers of raw materials, new markets,” explained Irina Hismatulina, Director of FPC.

The company is assisted by a regional import substitution center set up on behalf of Governor Alexei Texler. The specialists of the center create a unified database of contacts of companies looking for suppliers and markets.

The problems for Russian business began after the United States, the European Union and a number of other countries imposed sanctions on a special operation in Ukraine. President Vladimir Putin described the measures as an attempt to “abolish Russia, ban its culture, set a taboo on the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events.”

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The Chelyabinsk company FPK (trademark Doctor of Taste) switched to the production of new beverages due to sanctions. This was reported by URA.RU in the press service of the regional government. Previously, the company produced jellies, spices, culinary additives and soups. Many components of imported production have become inaccessible due to sanctions. With the support of My Business Center, the company learned new technologies for the production of extracts, beverages based on cocoa, coffee and chicory. “Now we have a lot of tasks ahead of us: to keep production and jobs, to find alternative suppliers of raw materials, new markets,” explained Irina Hismatulina, Director of FPC. The company is assisted by a regional import substitution center set up on behalf of Governor Alexei Texler. The specialists of the center create a unified database of contacts of companies looking for suppliers and markets. The problems for Russian business began after the United States, the European Union and a number of other countries imposed sanctions on a special operation in Ukraine. President Vladimir Putin described the measures as an attempt to “abolish Russia, ban its culture, set a taboo on the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events.”

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