From the beginning of the large-scale aggression against Ukraine, panic began to spread in the Crimea’s consumer goods market. The Russian invaders’ “administration” tried to fight them primarily in the “information dimension”, but since the beginning of March, when it became obvious to the Kremlin to prolong the interstate conflict indefinitely, organizational measures have been introduced. In particular, the Russian occupiers have now imposed restrictions on the sale of “socially important goods”, including pasta, cereals, salt, etc., and announced the formation of a “chatbot” to control prices. Even the “government” of Sevastopol is now forced to recognize the rise in prices for consumer goods, which local officials estimate in their statements at “30 %”. Of course, such figures should be considered at least minimal.