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'Crimea - Take me if you can!' sweets available in Novosibirsk

05.06.2014 | Source:

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Marketers try not to leave such a notable event as the reunification of the Crimea and Russia out of their attention. Now they try to gain profit from attempts of foreign powers to challenge the lawfulness of the Crimean referendum.

In Novosibirsk, one can now buy sweets called "Crimea - Take me if you can!" REGNUM news agency reports with reference to the press service of confectionery association LLC Chocolate traditions."

The wrapping displays St. George's Ribbon and a superhero. "The filling is pralines. The idea for the production of sweets with this name is collegial. The product already enjoys demand. A kilo of such sweets costs about 130 rubles in wholesale. The product became available in March, and further production will depend on demand. Basically, the product can be found all across Russia as the manufacturer is a large wholesaler," representatives of the press service of the association said.

Kiev entrepreneurs could produce their own sweets on the subject of the Ukrainian crisis. For example, one could produce sweets with pictures of Maidan barricades "Remove me if you can." This could be a profitable idea, now that Ukraine has the Chocolate King Poroshenko as President.  

 

 

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