Groceries

With agriculture booming across much of the post-Communist space, local brands have developed to deliver more diversity to local consumers. This is true for both food products and supermarket brands, some of which can be said to be the greatest economic success stories of the post-Communist age.

Browse local food and supermarket brands in: Moscow; St. Petersburg; Irkutsk; Vladivostok; Bishkek; Kyiv; and Warsaw.

Grycan & Zielona Budka Ice Creams

Grycan is family-owned sorbet and coffee franchise with more than 60 flavors, both seasonal and static, and over 130 locations throughout Poland.  In 1946, after settling in Wrocław, Grzegorz Grycan opened the first ice cream parlor in postwar Poland with the humble sign: Lody MIŚ – Weronika Grycan (“Ice Cream BEAR – Veronica Grycan” – […]

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