JSC FIRMA NEVSKAYA SUSHKA

The Saint-Petersburg «Plant « Nevskaya Sushka» is one of the biggest and oldest manufactory of confectionery and bakery with long-shelf life products. It takes one of the leading positions in Russia and CIS. Our company is the permanent participant of the largest international exhibitions in Moscow. JSC «Plant «Nevskaya Sushka» leads its history from the beginning of XX century. The range of our products with long shelf life includes traditional Russian confectionery products like rusks, bagels (sushka), gingerbread, round cracknels (baranka). In order to keep high quality standards we do not use palm oil in our production. All the products have quality certificates. We offer: - bagels (sushka) in various sizes (oval, small, mini) and flavors (with salt, onion, cheese, malt, poppy seeds, vanilla, nuts and plain). - rusks (traditional Russian cracker) (with nuts, poppy seeds, vanilla, raisins etc).- round cracknel ( with mustard, poppy seeds, - etc

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  • Crackers "Russian Bundle"

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  • Crackers and snacks, salted
  • Bread, cakes and pastries
  • Cookies
  • confectionery
  • russian cuisine

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