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Delta Junction With Bearfoot Travel Guides: Russian Junk Food At The Local IGA

Russian immigrants live in interior Alaska.
Russian juices and snack foods at the IGA.
Russians Were The First Outsiders To Come To Alaska 

Russians settled the coasts of Alaska before they sold it to America in the mid-1800's. In Delta Junction, Russian food is as common as American food. That's because a large number of newly immigrant Russians live near the Interior community in rural Alaska.

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