The company noted that data from more than 650 thousand online cash desks across Russia were used for analysis.
“Contrary to popular belief, the Russians began to drink more on self-isolation, the sales of alcohol stores decreased by 34%, the average check also fell – by 14%, to 366 rubles,” the document emphasizes.
In addition, the turnover of beer shops also decreased by 16%, however, while the average bill increased by 14%, to 350 rubles.
As reported by Rambler, earlier Roskachestvo said that 45% of Russian citizens began to buy less often or even refused to buy alcohol because of the situation with the spread of coronavirus.
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