Export of Russian grain 2023, Rosselkhoznadzor sums up the results

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 27, 2023

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Rosselkhoznadzor has successfully expanded Russian grain and grain processing product exports to 79.9 million tons, a 58% increase from the previous year, with shipments mainly to the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. There has been a notable increase in grain exports to countries like Brazil, Tanzania, Yemen, Bangladesh, and Tunisia. Russian grain exports to China have also significantly increased, and significant work is being done to expand exports of other products to the Chinese market, such as winter wheat and barley, among others. However, there is a concern about the existence of a shadow market dealing in counterfeit test reports and declarations of conformity, as well as the presence of phantom laboratories issuing invalid declarations of conformity.
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The work of Rosselkhoznadzor to expand sales markets for Russian grain and remove existing barriers and restrictions has brought results. According to FSIS “Argus-Fito”, as of December 17, 2023, exports of Russian grain and grain processing products exceeded 79.9 million tons. This is 58% or 29.4 million tons more than in the same period in 2022 (50.5 million tons). The main volume of shipments falls on the countries of the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Grain shipments to friendly countries such as Brazil, Tanzania, Yemen, Bangladesh, Tunisia, etc. have increased significantly. Grain shipments to the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union also increased, primarily to Kyrgyzstan (+44% to 688 thousand tons), Kazakhstan (+43% to 4.7 million tons) and Belarus (+46% to 1.8 million tons) . This year, the geography of grain exports has expanded. 22 tons of coriander seeds were exported to Suriname, and corn was exported to Egypt, Oman, Qatar, Venezuela and Serbia. Deliveries of peas to ...
Source: Agroxxi
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