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Russian to Ban Seeds Import from Egypt
7.07.2011 14:01
 Russian to Ban Seeds Import from Egypt

After the EU imposed a ban on the import of seeds from Egypt, which led to an outbreak of acute intestinal infections in Europe, Russia's sanitary watchdog Rospotrebnadzor also banned seeds and sprouts import from this country. 

      The European Union ordered the withdrawal of certain types of seeds from Egypt from the market and temporarily banned Egyptian fenugreek seeds and beans for sprouting until October 31, according to Channel 6 news. 

      According to Gennady Onishchenko, Russia's chief sanitary doctor, Russia banned import of rucola, radish and beetroot sprouts and various sorts of beans, both raw and processed.


Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: import Russian business    

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