Results 2023: Grain exports, state quality monitoring, fight against false declarations in Russia

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

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Rosselkhoznadzor has been working to expand the sales markets for Russian grain and to remove barriers and restrictions. The volume of grain exports to the Middle East, Africa, and Asia has increased significantly, as well as exports to Eurasian Economic Union countries and new markets such as Suriname and several countries in Europe and North America. Efforts are also being made to meet phytosanitary requirements for exports to China in order to increase grain shipments to that market.
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The work of Rosselkhoznadzor to expand sales markets for Russian grain and remove existing barriers and restrictions. Exports of grain and grain processing products, according to FSIS “Argus-Fito” as of December 17, 2023, exceeded 79.9 million tons, which is 58% or 29.4 million tons exceeds the figure for 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. It should be noted that this year there has been a significant increase in the volume of grain shipments to such friendly countries as Brazil, Tanzania, Yemen, Bangladesh, Tunisia, etc. In addition, grain shipments to the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union increased, primarily to Kyrgyzstan (+44% to 688 thousand tons), Kazakhstan (+43% to 4.7 million tons), Belarus (+46% to 1.8 million tons). The expansion of the geography of exports this year occurred due to Suriname, where 22 tons of coriander seeds were exported, and corn exports to Egypt, ...
Source: Zol
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