Over the past week, Azerbaijan and Türkiye imported more than 2.75 million eggs to Russia

Published Jun 18, 2024

Tridge summary

From June 10 to 16, Azerbaijan and Turkey imported a total of 2.75 million edible chicken eggs to Russia, making up the majority of egg imports during that period. These eggs were inspected for quality and met Russian standards, allowing for their supply to continue. In the first half of the year, Azerbaijan led in egg exports to Russia with 47.7 million eggs, followed by Turkey with 35.2 million, alongside Belarus and Kazakhstan. The absence of duties on eggs imported from these countries since the start of the year, under a quota of 1.2 billion eggs until June 30, 2024, aims to mitigate the effect of high domestic prices and shortages experienced in Russia since the previous year.
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Original content

Last week, from June 10 to 16, Azerbaijan and Turkey supplied a total of 2 million 753 thousand 920 edible chicken eggs to the Russian market. This was reported by Rosselkhoznadzor. Most of them were imported through the Yarag-Kazmalyar checkpoint in Dagestan, through which most other shipments had already entered the Russian market. The first of the countries supplied 918 thousand units of these products along this route, and the second - 950,400. Also, the last of them exported two consignments with a total of 875,052 units through the Novorossiysk Sea Port checkpoint. Specialists from the Russian department monitored the import of new products, checked the documents for the goods and made sure there were no labeling violations, and also carried out a physical inspection of the cargo and took samples from it for safety and quality indicators. No supply irregularities or problems with product quality were identified. Also, the received products fully meet Russian requirements. In ...
Source: Rosng
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