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The pandemic has successfully affected the entire Russian food industry

  • 15 Oct 10:03

The pandemic has successfully affected  the entire Russian food industry According to Mikhail Mishchenko, director of Dairy Intelligence Agency, milk production and consumption in Russia increased significantly in 2020. The positive dynamics in milk production amounted to 5.5% compared to 2019, while consumption increased by 7.5% over the designated period. ‘In 2020, 20.6 million tons of milk were produced in Russia, the dynamics of production was enormous, it grew by 5.5% compared to 2019. The population's demand for milk has been falling for some time, but it has grown significantly in 2020, and this was the result of the pandemic. In 2020, milk consumption increased by 7.5%,’ Mikhail Mishchenko said. The expert added that. Read more...

Russia participated in Anuga 2021

  • 15 Oct 10:00

Russia participated in Anuga 2021 The Russian exposition, displaying dairy and confectionery products, cereals and canned foods, vegetable oils, sauces, and much more, opened at Anuga 2021, the International Trade Fair for Food and Beverages held in Cologne. The Russian delegation, headed by Maxim Uvaidov, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, included representatives of the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, the Russian Embassy in Germany, the Russian Consulate General in Bonn, the Russian Export Center, and 40 exporters of agricultural products. In his welcoming address at the opening ceremony of the Russian exposition, Maxim Uvaidov noted that the Russian-German relations in agriculture are. Read more...

Weekly Agricultural Export Review

  • 14 Oct 12:58

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Russian meat export to the Chinese market

  • 14 Oct 11:15

Russian meat export to the Chinese market China is the world's largest meat producer, consumer and importer. According to an industry profile, meat purchases in the Chinese meat market increased at an average annual growth rate of 2.4 percent from 2014 to 2018, reaching a total revenue of $209 billion in 2018. One of the key components of China's meat market is the nature of external and domestic supplies of pork and chicken. In this case, we see a decrease in the consumption of the first of these types of meat with an increase in demand for chicken. But at the same time, through the effective state support implemented since 2019, the number of pigs is rapidly recovering with the expansion of the operation. Read more...

Cattle numers in Rusmolco increased by 25%

  • 14 Oct 11:06

Cattle numers in Rusmolco increased by 25% Rusmolco has increased the number of cattle by 25% in 9 months of this year compared to the same period last year. The positive dynamics is due to the planned completion of the company's capacities with livestock due to the import of livestock and regular calving, reported in the company's press service. Thus, the total livestock at dairy complexes of the company has reached 35.5 thousand animals, of which 15.9 thousand are cows. The increase in the number is due to the active development of the dairy direction of Rusmolco: the opening of the largest closed-cycle farm in the country, the expansion of the capacity of existing complexes, regular calving. In. Read more...

What regions of Russia are threatened by African swine fever

  • 13 Oct 11:14

What regions of Russia are threatened by African swine fever There is a high risk of spreading African swine fever (ASF) in Russia. In October, the infection can be brought into private farmsteads and industrial pig breeding facilities. This was stated by the head of the All-Russian Research Institute of Civil Defense and Emergencies Maxim Bedilo at a conference call of the Ministry of Emergencies. "A high probability of detecting new foci of African swine fever is predicted on the territory of the Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories, Amur, Pskov, Belgorod, Yaroslavl, Nizhny Novgorod, Saratov, Sverdlovsk, Samara Regions and the Jewish Autonomous Region," the expert said. Maksim Bedilo added that 9 foci of. Read more...

Russian Consumers Included 3X More Plant-Based Foods Into Their Diets During Pandemic

  • 13 Oct 11:07

Russian Consumers Included 3X More Plant-Based Foods Into Their Diets During Pandemic According to the study, for a year and a half, residents of Russian cities began to consume meat and milk alternatives three times more often (the share of consumers in the “meat” category increased from 10% to 34%, in the “milk” category – from 9% to 31%). Such plant-based alternatives are in the greatest demand among young people and people with high incomes. Meanwhile, the majority (95%) of Russian citizens are aware of the availability of plant-basedsubstitutes to meat and milk on the Russian market. Health concerns are still the main reason why Russians are ready to include plant-based substitutes in their diets (56%). Consumers also. Read more...

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  • 12 Oct 17:25

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New laying hen crossbreed developed in Russia

  • 12 Oct 10:58

New laying hen crossbreed developed in Russia A group of scientists from the All-Russian Research Institute of Genetics and Breeding of Agricultural Animals (VNIIGZh) has presented a new laying hen crossbreed, the Russian snow-white, developed to match the Clean Eggs standards. Clean Eggs are used to produce human influenza vaccines and represent the largest volume of vaccine eggs. They are also the standard choice for the production of inactivated vaccines for veterinary use in Europe and other regions of the world. The Russian Academy of Science estimated that the domestic demand for vaccine eggs stood at 150 million units per year. To make sure that the egg would match the Clean Eggs standards, it must have a. Read more...

Murmansk Region to Raise Cow’s Milk Tariff

  • 12 Oct 10:56

Murmansk Region to Raise Cow’s Milk Tariff The Murmansk region’s officials have agreed to raise the tariff on cow’s milk by more than half, to 10.6 thousand rubles per ton, Governor Andrei Chibis announced during a regional government operational meeting,RIA Novostireports. “Recognizing that the cost of milk production is increasing year after year, we took the decision to increase the rate by more than 50%, and the rate will be 10.6 thousand rubles per ton. The money will be distributed to all 17 companies in the region in November,” stated the region’s chief. Chibis also stated that, despite severe weather circumstances, the region has witnessed an improvement in. Read more...