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RNG Supports Small Social Businesses


The company ordered 2 million roubles’ worth of Malyi Turish jam&honey gift sets for their rotation employees.

There is a small village called Malyi Turish in Russia’s Sverdlovsk Oblast, settled cosily right by the Urals. Eleven years ago, one of its villagers, a woman named Guzel Sanzhapova, decided to set up the production of honey, jam, herbal tea, and skincare products that follow traditional recipes and feature organic ingredients. Only locals take part in the production, most of them elderly people. They gather berries, herbs, and plants in summer, and later use them to produce all-natural products.

Their boxes and containers feature pictures of Malyi Turish elderly employees, a sweet gesture from the owner expressing her gratitude.

Ms Sanzhapova’s company has a large social impact; it creates jobs and develops infrastructure for hosting family- and child-friendly events. For example, it oversees the construction of a community centre in the village that will encourage locals and tourists alike to enjoy all the amenities and pleasures that Malyi Turish has to offer.

December was a hard month for the company: the procurement department had a fire in their facilities, so most of the equipment was gone. The incident prompted Ms Sanzhapova to ask for financial aid.

RNG decided to contribute, too: the company placed a giant order to help out the producer and bought gift sets full of delicious foods. The sets will delight the rotation workers, sure to make their day.