Shanghai is gradually lifting its quarantine restrictions.
McDonald's has filed applications with Rospatent to register a new name for a fast food restaurant chain.
McDonald's has announced that it has decided to permanently withdraw from Russia, Reuters reports.
The McDonald's restaurant chain may resume work in Russia under a different brand, Izvestia reports, citing two sources in the food market.
The new owner was Indian businessman Vikas Soi, head of the coffee producer Milagro Beverage Company.
It is clarified that the nationalists set a condition: a ton of food together with medicines in exchange for fifteen hostages.
Director of the Department of Economic Cooperation of the Russian Foreign Ministry Dmitry Birichevsky called reports of a shortage of coffee in the country in connection with the sanctions horror stories.
Russia's special operation in Ukraine led to the fact that in the United States there was a record rise in food prices since the early 1980s.
In a cafe located at Vladivostok International Airport, the ceiling collapsed.
The drink will be sold in stores in the UK, Germany, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Austria and other countries.
The Russian government plans to create a system of wholesale food markets. This was stated by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
In the coming weeks, a record increase in food prices is expected in the Czech Republic, said Dana Vecherzhova, a representative of the Food Chamber of the Republic.
Residents of the UK, due to rising prices, began to buy everyday goods for the future, writes The Telegraph, citing a study by Barclaycard.
The largest German retail chains - Aldi, Rewe, Lidl, Edeka - will have to significantly raise food prices due to the Russian special operation in Ukraine and the sanctions that followed it.
The share of Russian imports in the grocery retailer has declined by a third over the past 10 years, to 24%, but in non-food retail the situation has remained the same - the share of imports is more than 50%.