How to find the best restaurants in Russia

The world’s largest economy is famous for its high standards of living.

But when it comes to food, Russia has long been a culinary wasteland.

The country has the lowest average food consumption per capita in the world, and its restaurants have been notoriously inefficient.

A recent study from the Brookings Institution found that the country’s food wastage was nearly twice as large as the average of all of Western Europe and North America.

In 2017, food wastages totaled 1.6 billion tons, a figure that is on track to exceed 2.4 billion tons by 2021.

The lack of good food is only one problem.

In a country with an economy of almost 6 million people, the government and its food safety and nutrition agencies struggle to meet international standards.

That means food is often mislabeled, mislabeling foods with more nutrients than they are supposed to be, and it can be incredibly hard to get accurate nutrition data.

In a recent study, the Center for Food Safety in Russia found that while there are currently about 6 million certified food handlers working in the country, the number of food inspectors is less than 1 percent.

Food inspectors often are forced to travel to remote locations to work, which increases food waste and increases food prices.

In addition, food is mislabel.

Food labels in Russia often have confusing, often outdated or outdated information.

In some cases, these labels can even contain food items that are not even available in Russia, according to the center.

In other cases, the labels are so inaccurate that the consumer can’t even make an educated guess as to what food is contained in them.

Food safety experts say it’s impossible to make reliable food inspection statistics because food inspectors are not paid.

Some are even paid less than minimum wage.

The government is attempting to change the way food is inspected by opening up the food system to outside oversight, but this process has not been without its challenges.

Some food inspectors have been forced to leave the country because of the lack of funding.

In May 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a $2 billion investment in a new food inspection program to ensure that food safety measures are implemented at the highest level.

The program was supposed to launch in 2019, but it’s not expected to launch until 2021.