Actual nutrition of saleswomen was studied in the town of Artem (Primorye territory), characterized by unfavorable demographic values. Fifty-two women aged 30-39 years were examined, all of them living in the region for at least 3 years and engaged in foodstuff sales for more than 3 years. Their nutrition was studied by 24-hour reproduction of nutrition. In addition, nutrition regimen, food preferences were evaluated and alimentary-dependent diseases were detected. The study revealed an imbalance in the nutrition structure, with low consumption of meat and fish, fruits and vegetables, vegetable oil and high consumption of sugar, potato, and bread. The consumption of the main nutrients and micronutrients was insufficient, energy value of food was low, and meals hours irregular.