China has supplied 1,800 tons of fruit to the Amur Region since the beginning of April

Regulation & Compliances
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 22, 2024

Tridge summary

The Russian Veterinary and Phytosanitary Service has successfully imported 1,350 tons of various fruits from China to the Amur Region, including bananas, apples, tangerines, oranges, mangoes, and strawberries, after they passed plant quarantine control in accordance with Russian Federation requirements. Conversely, the Amur Region has been exporting commodities such as soybeans, oil and meal, and timber to China, indicating a robust trade relationship between the two regions.
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Original content

The Russian Veterinary and Phytosanitary Service pointed out that China supplied bananas (662 tons), apples (259 tons), tangerines (230 tons), oranges (104 tons), mangoes (33 tons), strawberries (62 tons), etc. to the Amur Region. It is reported that all imported products have successfully passed plant quarantine control and fully ...
Source: Foodmate
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