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Abstract

The food security of indigenous population of the Russian Northern regions represents quite a pressing problem and there are a number of important factors that should be considered when studying the issue. The composition of food products included in the diet of indigenous population of different countries and Russia, the methods of food preparation and preservation during centuries were influenced by the natural and productive conditions of life, work and leisure, which necessitates the study of specific nature of such nutrition. Over the last years, the diet culture of the indigenous population of the Northern Russia changed significantly influenced by a number of reasons: the industrialization of the regions and the organized development of the enormous raw material resources located there (minerals, forest resources etc.); the impact of migration processes, which led to the broad northern areas of Russia being inhabited by the population from the center and south of Russia, as well as from other territories of the Soviet Union (which is particularly evident in the late 1940s and subsequent post-war years) that had own diet culture; organized access of the population to a variety of store-bought food products, which significantly replaced the traditional food. The article provides the analysis of the current aspects of food security of indigenous population of the Northern Russia aimed at identification of nutrition patterns of different ethnic groups of the Northern Russia, promoting the population’s efficient involvement in life activities.

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