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Russia Reduced Food Imports by a Third Since Putin’s Import Ban

  • 7 Aug 10:32

Russia Reduced Food Imports by a Third Since Putin’s Import Ban The value of imported food in Russia has reduced by 31.2% in the five years since President Vladimir Putin imposed a ban on western imports as a response to U.S. and EU sanctions,RIA Novostireported. Russian food imports have dropped from $43.3 billion in 2013 to $29.8 billion in 2018, following an extensive import substitution program on all levels, the Agriculture Ministry said in a statement. “Thanks to the implementation of the import substitution policy, Russia has achieved and outstripped the threshold values of the Food Safety Doctrine for a number of key food products,” the ministry stressed. In particular, in the segment of grain and leguminous. Read more...

Armenia will import neither pork nor poultry from Russia

  • 11 Jan 08:58

Armenia will import neither pork nor poultry from Russia Armenia will import neither pork nor poultry from Russia because of reports of outbreaks of African Swine fever (ASF) and Avian Influenza (AI) that have hit this country. According to the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) and the Russian veterinary watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor, Armenia decided to ban the imports of poultry and pork from Russia to prevent the ASF disease and bird flu from entering the country. The decision was made based on the information published by OIE and after Rosselkhoznadzor published the status of Russian regions affected by the diseases, armeniasputnik.am reports. Starting December 14, Russia will no longer be able to export to. Read more...

Russia temporarily bans meat and fish imports from Belarusian producers

  • 19 Jul 09:30

Russia temporarily bans meat and fish imports from Belarusian producers Russian agricultural watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor has introduced temporary restrictions on the import of meat and fish products to Russia from three Belarusian companies. "The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision reports that in connection with the re-identification of violations of veterinary and sanitary requirements of the Eurasian Economic Union and the Russian Federation, the Rosselkhoznadzor, from July 4, 2018, introduces temporary restrictions on the supply to the territory of the Russian Federation of products produced by enterprises of the Republic of Belarus," Rosselkhoznadzor's statement read. The targeted. Read more...

Russia ban on EU pork illegal says WTO

  • 23 Aug 09:18

Russia ban on EU pork illegal says WTO WTO: Russia’s import ban on EU pork illegal The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has ruled that Russia flouted international trade laws by imposing a blanket ban on imported pigs and pork. Read more...

Russia may lift import ban on Turkey

  • 18 Aug 09:43

Russia may lift import ban on Turkey Russia poised to lift Turkey food ban Russia may lift its food embargo on Turkey, due to be in place until the end of 2016, according to the Russian Minister of. Read more...

Russian import ban extension slammed

  • 7 Jun 10:43

Russian import ban extension slammed Russia’s plan to extend its import ban to a range of EU, US, Canadian, Australian and Norwegian food exporters until December 31, 2017 has been met with criticism. Read more...

Russian drama for Parma

  • 28 Apr 10:05

Recent figures have shown that Parma Ham ended last year with a production of approximately 8,462,000 hams, with the UK being an important market for the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) product. The UK held 12.4% of the total exports in 2015 with a turnover of £27.8 million, just below the USA, Germany and France. Notably, pre-sliced Parma Ham made up 84.7% of the total sales in the UK, with almost 18 million packages sold last year. The UK was the first export market for pre-sliced Parma Ham. Vittoria Capanna, president of the Parma Ham Consortium, said: “Our export is very positive. The strategic choice to focus on a balanced development is proving. Read more...

Belarus Bans Pork and Pig Products From Crimea

  • 8 Feb 14:46

Belarus Bans Pork and Pig Products From Crimea Belarus has banned pork from Crimea following an outbreak of African Swine Fever. The temporary ban was imposed on 3 February by the Belarus Department of Veterinary and Food Supervision, Ministry of Agriculture, reportsDepo. The ban includes live pigs, boar semen, pork (including from wild boar) and products such as leather, horn and hoof and intestinal raw materials and bristle. In addition, a ban is also imposed on feed and feed. Read more...

Ukraine Bans Russian Meat Imports In Retaliation

  • 13 Jan 12:20

Ukraine Bans Russian Meat Imports In Retaliation The Ukrainian government has decided to ban imports of food products, including meat, from Russia. The move is a response to the embargo placed by Moscow on Ukrainian food imports, according to Kiev. "Ukraine exits the free trade area with Russia, raises duties on all goods and puts a trade embargo on all food products manufactured in the Russian Federation, as well as on car building and engineering products," said Ukrainian Prime Arseniy Yatsenyuk, according to a statement released by the country’s government. "We are taking countermeasures. We didn’t start this war, meanwhile the aggressor will be punished.” The ban came into force. Read more...

Russia Lifts Canadian Breeding Pig Import Ban

  • 15 May 12:09

Russia Lifts Canadian Breeding Pig Import Ban The temporary restrictions on imports of breeding pigs from Canada to Russia have been lifted. The RussianFederal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance announced that the measures taken by the Canadian authorities against Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea virus (PEDv) were sufficient to restart breeding pig imports, provided the pigs met certain requirements. The imported animals must originate from farms free from porcine epidemic diarrhoea for the last six months, andduring the quarantine period all animals must be tested for PEDv carrier state with negative results. Proof of these tests must be signed and stamped by the official veterinarian. Read more...