Sainsbury’s renames chicken kievs and pulls Russian-made vodka

UK’s second-biggest supermarket switches Soviet-era spelling of capital city to Ukrainian versionRussia-Ukraine war: live newsSainsbury’s is renaming its chicken kiev to chicken kyiv and is joining Waitrose, Aldi and Morrisons in withdrawing a Russian-made vodka from the shelves in the latest action by British retailers to signal solidarity with the people of Ukraine.The UK’s second-biggest supermarket said the packaging for the poultry dish would change in the next few weeks, switching the Soviet-era name for the country’s capital for the Ukrainian version. Continue reading…

UK’s second-biggest supermarket switches Soviet-era spelling of capital city to Ukrainian version

Sainsbury’s is renaming its chicken kiev to chicken kyiv and is joining Waitrose, Aldi and Morrisons in withdrawing a Russian-made vodka from the shelves in the latest action by British retailers to signal solidarity with the people of Ukraine.

The UK’s second-biggest supermarket said the packaging for the poultry dish would change in the next few weeks, switching the Soviet-era name for the country’s capital for the Ukrainian version.

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