Russia hasn't been buying nearly half of its food from abroad because it wants to be nice to foreign countries. It does so because it needs the food; it doesn't grow enough to feed its own population.
So, although farmers in the United States and the
According to a report by Reuters, the new sanctions are most likely to affect such staples as vegetables, fruit, meat and dairy products.
So what's left to import? Wine, of course, according to a government official.
Way to run an unhealthy country. Ditch the broccoli, bring on the Malbec.