After imports of fruit, vegetable, meat, fish, milk and dairy products from the U.S., European Union, Australia, Canada and Norway were banned for a year on Thursday, Russian supermarkets are going to have to find substitutes fast.
Russia's own agricultural industry, despite plenty of land to farm, hasn't performed particularly well since the Soviet era, as farms struggled with the move from collective farming to a more capitalist system, and young rural Russians moved to cities in droves. The country imports close to half its food.
The EU's Agriculture Market Management Committee plans to hold an emergency meeting to discuss the restrictions next week, Reuters reported later on Thursday.
One notable omission from the sanctions list is alcohol, which may be a relief to international drinks companies like Heineken – and to Russians wanting to drown their sorrows.
Here, we look at some of the winners and losers from the latest round of sanctions: