17th June 2022
The National Trade Council of Sweden rdfused go let Tetra Pak export packaging for humanitarian purposes.
According to the newspaper Dagens Niheter, at the end of May, a number of Swedish companies, including Tetra Pak, were asked to voluntarily allow exports, excluding vulnerable industries in Russia from working. In particular, we are talking about paints and bleached food cardboard. Tetra Pak, which owns a plant in the city of Lobnya, Moscow Region, has requested permission to export to Russia for humanitarian reasons and in the interests of children. the manufacturing company “seven out of ten milk and juice packs sold in the country.”https://europe-cities.com/2022/06/12/sweden-banned-tetra-pak-from-supplying-packaging-to-russia/
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Fish fingers sold in most UK supermarkets use whitefish caught by Russian ships…“Labour has been pressing the government on the issue of Russian fish being commonplace on UK supermarket shelves and we are disappointed at their lack of urgency to act on this.”
Guardian, owned by Guardian Media and the Scott Trust
Threats to restaurants, a supermarket and a brick thrown through windows. 11 reported accounts of discrimination including banned from attending a sports event, banned from accessing notary services, cancelled from music events. These are the reported ones, they think it is thetip of the iceberg.
DutchNews.nl, privately funded by readers
A PUB in York is no longer stocking any Russian products, and money earned from drinks left in clearance is going to Ukraine.
York Press, owned by UK Newsquest
Restaurants in New York have had doors kicked in, staff called Nazis. Online people have issued threats, taken reservations and not turned up, left negative reviews without visiting.
New York Times, NYTCo
Southampton shop local hub bans products from both countries. Southampton Echo
Southampton Echo is owned by US Gannett and UK Newsquest
Broken windows, doors, walls and anti-Russian graffiti. Russia House is a popular US owned Russian restaurant
DC Eater, owned by US VoxMedia