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Russia: Export volumes of grain and grain processing products from the Kursk region increased more than 3 times

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Russia
Regulation & Compliances
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 8, 2024

Tridge summary

In February 2024, the Kursk region of Russia saw a significant increase in grain exports, with 62.7 thousand tons of grain and processed products being exported, more than triple the volume from the same period last year. The most exported crops included wheat, corn, and malting barley, which were sent to countries such as Latvia, Poland, Germany, Azerbaijan, Belgium, and Kazakhstan. Additionally, the region exported 77.8 tons of cereals and grain flakes to Moldova and Serbia. Since the start of the year, the region has exported over 200 thousand tons of grain and its processed products.
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Original content

In February 2024, 62.7 thousand tons of grain and processed products were exported from the Kursk region. Compared to the same period last year, the volume of shipped products has more than tripled. Specialists from the Kursk branch of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Grain Quality Assessment Center” checked the shipped grain products for quality indicators established by state standards and safety indicators in accordance with the requirements of the technical regulations of the Customs Union TR CU 015/2011 “On grain safety”, TR CU 021/2011 “ On the safety of food products" and importing countries. Test reports, quality and safety certificates were issued for all batches. The most exported crops in February were traditionally wheat (41 thousand tons), corn (15.7 thousand tons) and malting barley (4.1 thousand tons). Kursk agricultural producers also sent peas, mustard and flax seeds, oats, millet and safflower abroad. Kursk grain is sent to Latvia, Poland, Germany, ...
Source: Zol
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