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Russia: The Khabarovsk Territory increased the export of fish products to Asia-Pacific countries

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Published Sep 29, 2023

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Fish product supplies in the Khabarovsk Territory have increased by 800 tons since the beginning of the year, reaching over 6,800 tons in total. Seven export shipments of fish and salmon caviar to China and Japan were closely controlled since mid-September. The Khabarovsk Territory is known for exporting fish products to Japan, the Republic of Korea, and China, with the greatest demand coming from Asian consumers for Far Eastern salmon, salmon caviar, Kamchatka crab, and Pacific herring.
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Supplies of fish products in the Khabarovsk Territory have increased by 800 tons since the beginning of the year, the Primorsky interregional department of Rosselkhoznadzor reported. “Since the beginning of the year, more than 6,800 tons of fish products have been exported from the Khabarovsk Territory. This is 800 tons more than the amount of fish products sent for the same period in 2022,” the statement says. It is noted that only since mid-September, seven export shipments of fish and salmon caviar supplied to China and Japan were controlled. About 100 tons of fish products were produced by fishing enterprises during this year's fishing season in the Okhotsk and Nikolaevsky regions of the Khabarovsk Territory. The products have undergone the necessary safety confirmation procedures - veterinary and sanitary examination and laboratory tests at the Khabarovsk Reference Center of Rosselkhoznadzor. All export shipments were provided with the appropriate ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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