The Belarusian President said that Russians are massively buying up goods produced in Belarus.
The value of the batch is estimated at more than 50 million Swiss francs (€48.1 million).
The new owner was Indian businessman Vikas Soi, head of the coffee producer Milagro Beverage Company.
The drink will be sold in stores in the UK, Germany, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Austria and other countries.
Anti-Russian sanctions could cause food shortages around the world, said The Daily Telegraph columnist, economist Liam Halligan.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a possible complication of the food situation in the poor countries of the world.
It is necessary to allow Russian winemakers to use imported raw materials in order to avoid product shortages.
The countries of the European Union should prepare for a shortage of grain in the market due to the situation in Ukraine.
The Russian Customs Subcommittee has decided to ban the export of grain crops and sugar to the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Experts have named products whose supplies to Russia may be complicated due to sanctions.
Russia fully provides itself with all major types of food - from grain to meat and vegetable oil. Moreover, its own production of dairy products, as well as fruits and vegetables, provides a significant part of domestic consumption.
The milk of goats and cows vaccinated against COVID-19, which contains antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, can be an effective tool in the fight against coronavirus.
Against the backdrop of rising prices, Russian producers are reducing the size of food packages.
A Finnish start-up has figured out how to turn carbon dioxide into protein.
According to Rosstat, in January-September, the production of livestock and poultry meat decreased by 0.6%.