During self-isolation, Russians limited the purchase of the harmful products, the Russian System for Quality Control (Roskachestvo) in conjunction with the Online Market Intelligence reports.
The survey involved 1036 people over 18 years of age in cities where the population exceeds 100 thousand. According to the experts, Russians have lost interest in alcohol, sweets, and sausages.
There is 45 percent of Russians who do not have any desire to buy alcohol, 38 percent decided to refuse confectionery and sweets, and 35 percent refuses sausages. It is noted that the rejection of junk food products is more typical for representatives of older ages. Thus, more than half of respondents aged 55 years and older refused alcohol (67%) and sweets (56%).