More than 90% of the harvested Siberian wheat is of food grade, according to Deputy Director Maria Shostak. In the Siberian Federal District, soft wheat production reached four million tons, with 93% being food grade. The export of Russian grain and its processed products amounted to 20.8 million tons, with China, Latvia, Indonesia, and Yemen being the top importers.
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In the Siberian Federal District, soft wheat production as of September 25 amounted to four million tons, of which 93 percent was of food grade. At the same time, farmers of the Krasnoyarsk Territory managed to grow over five thousand tons of second-class grain. “As for the export of Russian grain and its processed products, as of September 21 it amounted to 20.8 million tons, of which 13.5 million tons of wheat,” noted Marina Shostak. - Maximum September volumes, according to issued phytosanitary certificates, were shown by China, Latvia, Indonesia and Yemen. 791 thousand tons of grain and processed products were sent abroad from Siberia, of which 205 thousand tons were wheat. In September, the Altai Territory became the leader in the export of grain products from the Siberian Federal District - 83 thousand tons. There is active demand from both regular buyers and countries where there were no Russian grain exports last season. Thus, 500 tons of lentils were shipped to India, and ...