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Nov 16, 2017AZERNEWS

The first truck with 20 tons of tomatoes from Turkey arrived in Russia following the introduction of an agreement on the volume of tomatoes supply from this country. “Fura with 20 tons of tomatoes from one of the three authorized enterprises of Turkey arrived today,” according to the territorial department of the Rosselkhoznadzor for the Bryansk and Smolensk regions, RIA Novosti reported.  

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Oct 20, 2015FreshPlaza

Russian fruit prices have increased between 30% and 50% over the past year. Main reasons are a weak Ruble and the EU import ban with the country. Oranges witnessed the biggest price increase with 58%, followed by bananas, apples and pears. Russia imports 90% of its fruit. Local supply is only available for three months during the year. 

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Apr 8, 2015Sputniknews

Iran is planning to fill the Russian food market with chicken, shrimp and other agricultural produce through the Caspian region. 

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Mar 26, 2015Freshplaza.com

Russians appear to be resorting to currencies other than the rouble, and Russian have removed 34 billion dollars in capital from Russian banks last year. Poland sees many opportunities in Oman, the Gulf state has confidence in Polish produce. The Ukrainian apple import, especially from Poland and Moldova, has gone up sharply, these volumes are expected to end up in Russia through re-export. Russia stopped two shipments of Israeli bell peppers, all in all Russia has stopped four shipments from Israel already this year. No boycott is looming for Serbia, the Russian ambassador in Serbia says he is convinced of that. And the organic sector in Russia is growing, despite the boycott. 

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Mar 16, 2015Freshplaza

Because of the increasing supply of Chilean plums, the price of stone fruit in St. Petersburg is under pressure. In a week, the prices decreased from 160-180 roubles (2.45-2.75 euros) per kilo to 130 roubles (1.99 euros) per kilo. At the moment, there is little demand for the plums, which are mainly bought by supermarket chains looking to increase their product range. Incidentally, the Chilean plums are also available in Moscow, where they yield 170-180 roubles (2.60-2.75 euros) per kilo.

 

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Mar 5, 2015Fructidor

Food productions experiencing a "boom" unprecedented in Russia.  

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Mar 2, 2015Fructidor

The Russian embargo on "western" Fruits & Vegetables did little drop import volumes. The volumes imported from Russia fell only by 6 % between end 2013 and end of 2014, 670 000 tonnes.  

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Jan 23, 2015FreshPlaza

Russia was an important buyer of Dutch and Belgian pears, and this buyer was lost due to the boycott. Exporting European fruit and veg directly to Russia has become completely impossible. On the other hand, rumours have been heard for months that pears or other fruit and vegetables do eventually end up on Russian shelves. Exporters observe an increased demand in many of the countries neighbouring Russia, but there are no checks on where it's eventually going, although they do not rule out the possibility that part of the fruit is actually ending up in Russia, HBVL reports in an article. Several other Belgian media have also reported on this. 

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Jul 20, 2014Fructidor.com

Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance has banned import of certain fruits from Moldova. List of forbidden fruits includes apples, pears, apricots, cherries, sweet cherries and plums. This decision was triggered by numerous violations of export standards by Moldavian side. According to the market research specialists, ban of fruits import from Moldova will lead to remarkable price drop for these fruits on Russian market.

 

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Jul 2, 2014Freshplaza.com

As reported by «Konkretno.ru», the press service of the Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance in the seaport of St. Petersburg, a large batch of potatoes from Bangladesh, weighing more than 157 tonnes, was blocked, as during pest control, specialists discovered that the packages included no labels with information about the producer and the country of origin. 

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