Russia struck back at sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine by banning an array of food imports from the United States and Europe.

While the official document on the Kremlin's website only talks about agricultural produce, raw materials and foodstuff -- without mentioning any specifics on the type of food -- the restrictions include all fish, cheese, beef, pork, fruit, vegetables and dairy products, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Thursday at a cabinet meeting in Moscow, reported Bloomberg News.

The curbs are targeted at nations which have imposed or supported sanctions against Russia, and also include Canada, Australia and Norway.