Condensed milk, also called "Sguschyonka" in Russian, once was a part of field ration for the Union soldiers in Civil War, but later reached unprecedented popularity in post-Soviet countries, becoming almost a staple product. Canned, it can be stored for decades and remain just as sweet, tasty and nutritious.
Pack of oat flakes
Pack of sugar
Pack of milk
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- Easter eggs and References: The real life trademark is "MOLOKO".
- The containers says "Rezeknes Pienakombinats" which is the name of a Latvian milk company that actually produces this type of condensed milk.