Belarus wants to sell dairy products to Equatorial Guinea

Sour Cream
Published Oct 23, 2023

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Belarus' dairy industry has not been affected by sanctions and continues to supply its products to various countries, including China, Cuba, and Equatorial Guinea. The country is also looking to expand its production to include new types of dairy products, such as cheeses with white and blue mold and whey protein concentrate, which are in high demand and have a market capacity of over $400 million. The minister of Agriculture and Food, Sergei Bartosh, expressed confidence in the industry's ability to meet this demand and produce these products.
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The dairy industry of Belarus has not felt the impact of sanctions and supplies its products to many countries around the world, said Minister of Agriculture and Food Sergei Bartosh on the STV channel. He noted that supplies of products from the republic to different countries of the world continue. “The dairy industry did not feel the impact of the sanctions. And how we supplied our products... We not only supply to China, we supply to many parts of the world. Our first 100 tons of milk powder have already arrived in Cuba, and we are interested in cheeses and butter. Recently there was a delegation from Equatorial Guinea. When they tried our sour cream, they were simply delighted,” Bartosh said. He also clarified that the republic is going to master the production of new types of dairy products. In particular, we are talking about cheeses with white and blue mold, whey protein concentrate. ...
Source: Milknews
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