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Hong Kong has suspended imports of poultry products from the Tyumen region

  • 9 Sep 12:06

Hong Kong has suspended imports of poultry products from the Tyumen region Kommersant-Ural, citing TASS, reports that the Hong Kong Food Safety Center (CFS) has banned the import of poultry and eggs from the Tyumen region because ofhighly virulent avian influenza A subtype H5 virus in the region. The decision was taken on the basis of the notification of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) about outbreaks of avian influenza. To date, it is known about 10 foci identified in four districts of the Tyumen region. Nine out of ten outbreaks occurred in poultry on private farms. Not a single case of the disease was recorded at the food industry enterprises. The CFS reported that the center will closely monitor the development of. Read more...

Hong Kong has allowed imports of Russian poultry

  • 22 Nov 08:59

Hong Kong has allowed imports of Russian poultry Hong Kong has allowed imports of Russian poultry from all of Russia's regions, Russia's food safety watchdog said on Tuesday. The watchdog said in a statement that 20 Russian producers currently had the right to supply their. Read more...

Russia managed to strengthen its position in the pork market of Hong Kong

  • 13 Mar 09:01

Russia managed to strengthen its position in the pork market of Hong Kong Despite continuing sanctions and food embargoes, Russian agricultural companies do not reduce the pork production volume, which is growing, and actively increase their exports. The number of pigs in Russia increased by 5.7% (by 1,251 thousand heads) during a year and amounted to 23.3 million heads by January 1, 2018. The volume of pork production in Russia amounted to 3,348.6 thousand tons in slaughter weight (4 568.3 thousand tons in live weight) in 2017, which is 5.0% or 159.5 thousand tons more than in 2016. There were no imports of chilled pork to Russia in 2017. Russia imported 270.7 thousand tons of frozen pork, which is by 6.1% (15.6 thousand tons) more than. Read more...