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Publix pulls Russian-made vodka brands from store shelves over Ukraine invasion
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The U.S. and its allies in Europe have already announced a number of sanctions targeting Moscow. Now, stores and restaurants around the U.S. are showing their support for Ukraine.
Publix, a supermarket chain widely known throughout the southeastern U.S., has removed Russian-made vodka brands from its store shelves to show its support for Ukraine against the Russian invasion, Publix Director of Communications Maria Brous said Wednesday.
"Publix stands with the people of Ukraine," Brous told FOX Business via email. "The following Russian-made vodka brands have been removed from our liquor store shelves: Beluga, Ruskova, Russian Standard, and Zyr."
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