4 Grannies of Astana Selling their Foods

Grannies of Astana Selling their Foods

Posted on May 5, 2014 by tim

Grannies of Astana, the Kazakh capital. Sometimes their only option to survive is to sell their homemade food on the streets. Some of them do it to save extra money and help their kids. Some of them are 70 – 80 years old, some as young as 55 as the retirement age in some ex-Soviet countries starts at 55 for ladies.

Some ladies buy their raw produce from the stores, but some grow their food themselves on their plots of land. We can take a more detailed look at them inside.


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4 Responses to “Grannies of Astana Selling their Foods”

  1. Vijay says:

    Hats off to these women for being so enterprising. I hope they make some
    good money. Their service is very valuable.

  2. yagur says:

    Believe me you can get the best and delicious products from these women!!!! They are doing all this for their own families.M-M-M!!!!

  3. Muzzlehatch says:

    I’ve never known that Russian cuisine used any chili peppers.

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