Several companies, including significant names in the food and beverage industry, have begun to retract their production in Russia as Russian terrorists continue their war on Ukraine.
Many large corporations have suspended operations in Russia, with some claiming it is a temporary halt while the crisis continues, while others claiming it is a permanent decision.
List of Food and Drink Companies that Withdraw their Operations in Russia
Some well-known figures in the food and beverage industry have also joined the retraction of operations in Russia; here’s a list of who has so far.
Unilever, a consumer goods company located in the United Kingdom, has halted all its imported and exported items into and out of Russia. This also includes all of their expenses in media and advertising spend.
Following the pressure from similar social media, McDonald’s has announced that it will temporarily close its restaurants in Russia.
Like McDonald’s, Coca-Cola also stated that it was stopping operations in Russia due to social media pressure.
Starbucks announced that its 100 Russian coffee shops would close and that it would cease operations in Russia by ceasing product shipments.
One of the most recent firms to halt the manufacture and sales of its items in Russia is Heineken. The alcoholic beverage company said that it will stop producing, advertising, and selling its beer in Russia to “stand with the people of Ukraine.”