In Russia, starchy roots is represented mainly by potatoes, and this category is close to saturation. Potatoes are almost fully produced domestically – the share of imports is tiny.
The biggest share of potatoes is sold in bulk, and in such cases, there is usually no way of knowing which company has produced the product. Still, the share of potatoes sold packaged is growing, driven by the convenience trend and modern retail development.
Besides potatoes, other roots and sweet potatoes account just for small volume shares within starchy roots. Other roots is mainly represented by beetroot, which is also a very traditional product in Russia.
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