Starbucks is helping a European farming cooperative skirt Russia’s counter-sanctions by exporting milk in ready-made coffee drinks, the news website reported, citing a Swedish farming publication.

Russia banned the import of a range of foods from Western countries in 2014 in response to sanctions imposed on Russia for its involvement in Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea. The ban, targeting products like dairy and meat, has been extended until late 2018.

Starbucks began selling five milk-based ready-to-drink coffee beverages in Russia in February after receiving sales certificates earlier in the year, Fontanka cited corporate data as saying on Wednesday.

Three-quarters of the milk in these beverages comes from Arla Foods, a Danish-Swedish cooperative that includes German and British farmers, according to Sweden’s ATL farming magazine cited by Fontanka.