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Lard helps to overcome coronavirus, doctor says

  • 13 Oct 09:55

Lard helps to overcome coronavirus, doctor says Lard can supply the body with essential vitamins and accelerate the healing process, Russian therapist Igor Yurkin told NEWS.ru. The number of people infected with coronavirus in Russia is growing every day. The seasonal incidence of SARS significantly complicates the situation. During this period, it is necessary to help the body overcome the infection with medicines and a particular set of useful products. As the therapist explained, four of these ‘elements’ can boost immunity and speed up the healing process. Lard ranked first among such products. Fat tissue is a storehouse of nutrients and a huge energy supply. It also contains a lot of vitamins. A. Read more...

People should not fear spread of COVID-19 in food, packaging: WHO

  • 21 Aug 10:47

People should not fear spread of COVID-19 in food, packaging: WHO The World Health Organization said on Thursday it saw no evidence of coronavirus being spread by food or packaging and urged people not to be afraid of the virus entering the food chain.Two cities in China said they had found traces of the coronavirus in imported frozen chicken wings from Brazil and on outer packaging of frozen Ecuadorian shrimp, raising fears that contaminated food shipments might cause a new outbreak. “People should not fear food, or food packaging or processing or delivery of food,” WHO head of emergencies programme Mike Ryan told a briefing in Geneva. “There is no evidence that food or the food chain is participating in transmission. Read more...

Moscow Mayor Sobyanin Asserts Russians ‘There is Enough Food in Markets’

  • 23 Mar 10:48

Moscow Mayor Sobyanin Asserts Russians ‘There is Enough Food in Markets’ There are no problems with food in Moscow, there are enough products in the warehouses, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Sunday on Rossiya-1 television channel, as reported byRIA Novosti. “There is enough food in the warehouses, so there is no problem. There is increased demand, people stock up for future use. Someone leaves for the cottage, according to the decisions, they are in-home quarantine. Therefore, such people made a reserve,” Sobyanin said. The mayor noted that today it is clear that in the whole country, demand. Read more...

Russians Stockpiling Food, Hygiene Products in Fear of Coronavirus

  • 12 Mar 10:31

Russians Stockpiling Food, Hygiene Products in Fear of Coronavirus Demand for long shelf-life products, household chemicals and personal hygiene items skyrocketed in Russia in February amid a global scare of the coronavirus,Vedomostireports citing a number of retail networks and manufacturers. Infoline AnalyticsDirector General Mikhail Burmistrov says that coronavirus fears are the main reason for the growing demand. Many Russians still remember the late Soviet period, when stores often had little to offer, while others fear that the country will be hit by a crisis like the ones it has seen in the past several years, when the price of certain goods – for instance, buckwheat – could suddenly rise, the. Read more...

Some Belarusian foods banned from Russian food expo for unknown reasons

  • 18 Feb 10:07

Some Belarusian foods banned from Russian food expo for unknown reasons The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance of Russia (Rosselkhoznadzor) has yet to officially notify the Belarusian side why the agency has forbidden the display and sampling of some Belarusian dairy products as part of the international food expo Prodexpo 2020 in Moscow, BelTA learned from Ivan Smilgin, Deputy Agriculture and Food Minister, Director of the Veterinary and Food Oversight Department of the Belarusian Agriculture and Food Ministry. In his words, all the companies willing to participate in Prodexpo 2020 (including those, which are temporarily forbidden to export their products to Russia) contacted the Veterinary and Food Oversight. Read more...

Russians spend more than a third of their income on foods

  • 16 Dec 10:32

Russians spend more than a third of their income on foods According to the data collected by the Russian Federal State Statistics Service, an average Russian citizen spends about a third of his income on foods. The federal agency polled 45 thousand households between May and June 2018. 71.3% of respondents said that their diet has not changed over the past year, and 12% believe that it has improved. Almost half of the households (51.7%) stated that they have enough food, while 4.6% admitted that they couldn't afford to buy all the products they need. Older people (7.1%) and large families (7.5%) were among the ones who stated that they do. Read more...

Russians cannot improve welfare due to spending on food

  • 4 Dec 09:35

Russians cannot improve welfare due to spending on food The food costs of the Russians prevent them from improving their well-being. This was reported by "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" with reference to the data of the research holding "Romir". According to them, the expenses of the average Russian family in October amounted to 70.6 thousand rubles, of which 21.7 thousand or more than 30 percent of the total monthly budget was spent on food. This share is three times less than in the USA and Europe and six percent more than last year. Experts explain this by the strong difference in wages in countries and the threefold difference in food inflation with approximately equal food prices. Thus, the effect. Read more...

Experts estimated the value of products thrown by the Russians at 1.6 trillion rubles

  • 8 Oct 09:07

Experts estimated the value of products thrown by the Russians at 1.6 trillion rubles In Russia, 17 million tons of food worth more than 1.6 trillion rubles are thrown annually. Food sharing can partially correct this situation: as early as 2024, thanks to Internet services, 1 million tons of products can be saved. Experts from the Russian Association of Electronic Communications (RAEC) and the TIAR-Center consulting company have calculated how many products citizens and retail chains throw away annually. According to their estimates, based on data from the Higher School of Economics and Rosstat, about 17 million tons of products are dumped annually. Today, at the stage of sale and consumption, at least 16% of all manufactured products are. Read more...

Tyumen poultry will be exported to Saudi Arabia

  • 17 Sep 10:01

Tyumen poultry will be exported to Saudi Arabia During the visit to Riyadh, members of the Russian delegation and Russian Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev discussed the possibility of increasing the number of poultry enterprises that will supply their products to Saudi Arabia. The PRODO Tyumen Broiler poultry farm, which is one of the largest enterprises in the region, also declared its readiness to work for export. In addition to poultry, the company offers to supply dry organic fertilizers based on bird litter. Read more...

Russia:Food prices will rise

  • 12 Sep 09:54

Russia:Food prices will rise Food prices in Russia are forecasted to rise. This is reported by RBC with reference to the largest associations of manufacturers and retailers. It is noted that price increases may be provoked by new fines, which the Ministry of Industry and Trade proposed to introduce as sanctions for violations of the requirements of the Customs Union. Here we are talking about a fine of 3% of the annual income received from the sale of products. At the same time, at least 2 million rubles will be charged. The measure of responsibility is planned to apply to manufacturers and sellers who have violated the technical regulations of the Customs Union. If the law is adopted, amendments. Read more...