McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Starbucks Banned Russian Sales!

Global corporations including McDonald’s, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, and Starbucks announced that they would end their operations in Russia to support Ukraine and to protest the Ukraine war.

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Why are Russians being punished? But with the closure of these stores, Russia would be the healthiest nation.

McDonald’s stated they would close all 850 restaurants they have in Russia, and Starbucks will close 100 coffee shops.

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All three firms stated they would continue paying their staff.

BBC reported,” McDonald’s chief executive Chris Kempczinski said it was “impossible to predict” when it would reopen in Russia.

Dozens of well-known firms including Netflix and Levi’s have already suspended sales or stopped providing services in Russia amid severe sanctions imposed by Western allies.”

Coca Cola this Tuesday will suspend operations in Russia, which accounted for 2% of the firm’s operating revenue and income. “Our hearts are with the people who are enduring unconscionable effects from these tragic events in Ukraine,” the company said.

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Pepsi has a larger presence in Russia than Coca-Cola, which stated it would halt the production and sale of Pepsi.

“As a food and beverage company, now more than ever, we must stay true to the humanitarian aspect of our business,” boss Ramon Laguarta said. “That means we have a responsibility to continue to offer our other products in Russia, including daily essentials such as milk and other dairy offerings, baby formula, and baby food.”