As Russian food prices spike higher, some winners emerge

For Olga Druganina, Russia’s economic turmoil has been a great business opportunity.
Four years ago, the former employee at an industrial machines company began to develop her modest farm near Moscow as a business. She started out simply wanting to feed family and friends, but Russian bans on foreign foods and the plunging value of the currency encouraged her to expand and tap the growing national demand for local produce.

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