For modern dairy production on the territory of the Ryazan region offered investment platform in the Alexander Nevsky district.
The plot being in state ownership, there is a driveway with paved. The site is located 4500 m from highway M6 "Kaspiy" on the right side of the interregional highway "Ryazan-Ryazhsk-al-Nevsky-dunks-Efremov" near train station "Alexander Nevsky" South-Eastern railway.
In close proximity to infrastructure: power line VL-10 kV, gas pressure of 12 kgf/cm2, artesian well.
The average distance of the milk producer to the site of the proposed 33.5 km, including the Alexander-Nevsky district, a major producer of milk, 12 km Distance of the site from the regional centre of Ryazan, 150 km from Moscow and 320 km.
The Ministry of agriculture and food of the Ryazan region is interested in attracting investors for the construction on the territory of the Ryazan region milk processing plant with a capacity of 200 tons per day.
The region created a favorable investment climate. The Government of the Ryazan region the investor will be supported in the implementation of this project.
Region - Ryazan oblast
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Production capacity is 200 tons per day
Processors refuse to purchase additional volumes of fresh milk, because they have bought cheap dry imported
For a friend of the farmer Alexander Shishkin from the Sverdlovsk region, I always rejoiced. Hardworking man from the Ural remote province, the farm support program dairy farming has received a loan and bought robotic system.
In the small village of Malakhovo Verkhotursk district this had never happened. Farmer Shishkin the number of cows increased milk began to sell more, and even friends of the men in the dairy business gradually began to involve.
Thanks to such farmers by the beginning of 2018 in Russia in farms of all forms of property (large, farm, personal) of milk produced 4.1 million tons. This is 2.8 % more than in 2017. It seems that the growth is not as big, but for some reason the market was in a fever.
Alexander says that processors are categorically began to refuse to purchase additional volumes of fresh milk, because they have bought cheap dry imported.
About powdered milk is to talk separately. Yes, it is traditionally used in the production of dairy products in the off-season, when milk production on farms is reduced. And then, with summer growth of milk yield, the processors again to work with raw milk.
But this year, for the first time in 5 years the real increase in milk production the demand for it has fallen even during the winter months, and the purchase price is not increased, but rather decreased.
Which processors have a whole year to work on the dry milk? But then, his stocks were to decline sharply. No, not decreased. "In the segment of milk powder inventory increase 2.5 times higher than the rate of expansion of volumes of manufacture of the product," these data led the Director of the Institute for agricultural market studies (IKAR) Dmitry Rylko at the IX international conference "Where the margin".
If Russian stocks of dry milk has only increased, perhaps, processors buy imported milk powder? According to the FCS of Russia, in 2017 only from the Republic of Belarus imported 101,1 thousand tons of skimmed milk (about 80% of milk powder imported into the country). The contract price ranged from 696,2 to 3269,9 U.S. dollars per ton.
Let's count. Take the average price of imported to Russia skimmed milk powder - 1500 dollars, translated at the rate of 60 to 1, get about 90 rubles per kilogram. This is the price at the border. Milk still need to bring to the company (plus transportation costs) to prepare for the production (plus additional costs for electricity, equipment, personnel).
What is the result? The processors have the choice to purchase raw milk from producers for 20 rubles or imported nonfat dry 90. One kilogram of powdered milk yields 6-8 litres recovered. Taking into account the costs of restoring financial benefit, but it is not so great.
Why, then, processors hard turn to the West, and by Russian producers extremely backward? What's their real benefit?
Imagine a hypothetical situation: in the warehouse of the processing plant is always ten tons of powdered milk from Belarus, which was purchased officially with all the relevant documents. Come to the test – show her these "legal reserves" and other documents. All right, checking out. And the production actually used "gray" illegal milk.
It can import from neighboring Belarus, such as transit, for delivery to Kazakhstan. And on the way to the border with Kazakhstan, half of the party will "settle" in Russia. "Settled" illegal milk can be sold at prices five times cheaper than the official.
This scheme is gray supplies is very real. Russian Federation, Belarus, Kazakhstan within the EEU have an open area of mutual trade, and customs control in full format is not possible. Technical regulations and legal regulations allow import of dairy products from the countries of the EEU under the simplified procedure, with the presentation of the Declaration of conformity.
Because of the "gray" deliveries of powdered milk in a financial loss remains the farmer Alexander Shishkin and his colleagues for dairy farming and the budget of the Russian Federation. Because when milk is Alexander Alekseevich do not buy, nothing to return credits, nothing to develop his business, and he can really splurge. The Ministry of agriculture of Russia, the loss of the dairy industry in 2018 could exceed 84 billion. If the situation does not change.
But to make a "gray" deliveries seem to have little time, little more than two months. From 1 July 2018 and will become mandatory for all electronic veterinary certification. This will give the opportunity to trace the path of milk from farm to processor and the counter store. The balance of dairy products will be transparent and understandable.
From July 16 in Russia will be introduced mandatory labeling of all dairy products. This means that any package of cheese or package of cheese will be written about the content of milk powder, vegetable fat, etc From this point on any consumer will be informed that he is really buying. I'm sure that many of the producers, "playing" with milk powder and vegetable fats, the demand will drop significantly.
To be honest, this is not enough. Need to adjust the attitude of milk producers and processors at the state level so that their interests coincide. Maybe it is necessary to introduce a special long-term contracts, maybe start a system of fines for refusing to buy domestic milk, ceteris paribus. Or enter quotas for import of raw materials (milk, whey). The purchase of Belarusian and new Zealand and any other imported milk is to support someone else's dairy industry.
Against this, little could be objected, when in their own country not enough milk. But not now! If you were able to raise the Russian dairy farming if milk production is growing every month, it's time for foreign suppliers to say, "thanks, we'll take it".
Own internal markets to protect the most countries. In the same neighboring Belarus, in the EU there is a range of measures to protect their producers. It's time for us to enter the Russian dairy protectionism. To Alexander Shishkin, all farmers, smallholders, major producers of milk in the domestic market has always been marketing, and that means that the work and prospects.
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From 5 to 10 November 2018 in Shanghai (China) will be held I China international import exhibition "China International Import Expo", which will cover over 240 thousand sq m and will include a regional pavilions trade and investment, as well as area corporate and business expositions. The exhibition will become an effective platform for attracting potential buyers of Russian products and services.
Russian export center organizes the exposition of Russian companies in the framework of the "China International Import Expo" in the following industry pavilions:
Also, REC is organizing B2B meetings with potential Chinese partners and buyers, presentations, seminars and round tables that will allow participants to gain a broad view of trends and needs of the Chinese market, and will open additional opportunities for the development of business links with not only China but also other countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
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In the period from 01 th to 04 th of June in the hotel complex "Golden Palace" hotel of Tsaghkadzor of Armenia will host the annual Business Forum "Eurasian economic Union: Armenia – cooperation". In the framework of the forum for three days will be organized B2B meetings, conducting active negotiations not only during official events, but also informally as a part of numerous cultural and entertainment programs.
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Experts of the Moscow region Duma in the sphere of ecology and environmental management at the meeting of the profile Committee of the regional legislative Assembly considered the issue of negative impact of the car on the environment. To open a car wash entrepreneur (as a rule, subjects of small and medium business) need to get a number of permits. However, the entrepreneurs, for example, do not always correctly install sewage treatment plants and drain the dirty water.
Regional lawmakers want to revise the activities of car washes in the region. At the meeting of the relevant Committee of the Moscow region Duma adopted the decision on a careful study of the legislation in this area and monitoring car washes in a number of municipalities of the Moscow region.
Now in the suburban co-working network 23 center – Moscow oblast is among the leaders of the Russian Federation on this indicator. Coworking is a popular subjects of small and average business, first of all, aspiring entrepreneurs. By the end of this year in the region will create an additional 7 co-working centers, and 6 will be expanded and become a family, meaning that entrepreneurs will be able to work "without separation" from their children.
In the "family" coworking will work for children from 3 to 7 years old children's room with qualified Tutors. Moreover, in the 4 co-working centres with the status of "family" for children from 7 to 12 years will create circles of programming and robotics. The initiative will be particularly beneficial for moms who are engaged in business activities. Family coworking business and a little personal!
New incentives planned to be introduced for industrial clusters and industrial sites, including industrial parks and industrial parks, with the purpose of promoting the technological modernization of the region: to support and develop R & d in the region by the end of the year will be introduced additional subsidies. Network of SEZ and industrial sites of Moscow region – the largest in Russia, based on it is implemented a regional model of economic development. The suburbs is the leader of the country in the number of industrial sites with the ready infrastructurethat attract investors, including from abroad.
Now in region there are 1139 medium and large industrial enterprises, which provide almost a quarter of tax revenues in Moscow region. The volume of industrial production last year in the region rose compared with year 2016 12.1%, and manufacturing 14%.
Support of industrial enterprises of the Moscow region is in several ways. Currently, for example, the industrial development Fund of the region is reviewing about 30 applications for a total amount exceeding 1.5 billion rubles.
Almaty, April 5, 2018. Eurasian development Bank (EDB) issued the first tranche Eurotransit Terminal LLP in accordance with the loan agreement providing for Bank financing of the project "Establishment and operation of automobile checkpoint "Nur Zholy" and operation of transport and logistics center at the site of the road Western Europe — Western China" on the principles of PPP. Under the terms of the agreement, funding for the program from EDB will amount to 32 billion tenge. The line of credit will be granted for a period until April of 2020.
Automobile checkpoint "Nur Zholy" is part of the Eurasian transboundary transport route in the land the message of the Europe — China and refers to forward-looking initiative of development of transit potential of transport systems of the EDB member States and only today agreed to by the governments of Russia and Kazakhstan cross-border development project transport infrastructure — road corridor Europe — Western China.
"The project is a priority for the Bank sector — transport infrastructure, — said EDB Chairman of the Board Andrei Belyaninov. For EDB is also important that the project promotes the economic integration of the States members of the Bank due to the creation of transport infrastructure in a large trade and logistics node of the transport corridor Europe — Western China, passing through the territory of Kazakhstan and Russia. The project will be part of the system through the high speed movement of goods in the direction of the route of a highway Europe — China".
Implementation of the project contributes to the development of transport infrastructure and increase transit potential of the transport system of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and refers to the strategic national priorities of transport development. In particular, the project will ensure the creation of modern infrastructure services transport flows; development of transport and logistics services in the Republic; prerequisites for the growth of domestic and foreign trade.
Eurasian development Bank (EDB) is an international financial organization established by Russia and Kazakhstan in January 2006 to facilitate the development of market economy of the States parties, their sustainable economic growth and expansion mutual trading-economic relations. The EDB's authorized capital is 7 billion US dollars. The member States of the Bank are the Republic of Armenia, Republic of Belarus, Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Tajikistan.
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The company Eurotransit is the Kazakhstan logistics provider focused on full range of services in the field of cargo transportation, customs clearance, storage and handling. The company was founded in 2012, has extensive Executive network in the territory of Kazakhstan and beyond.
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The company is in the development of the project "the way of the future — Nurly Zhol" and the "One belt and one road" brought together the transport infrastructure of China and Europe. On the border of China and Kazakhstan company Eurotransit organized 6 transport and logistics centers designed to completely solve the problem of logistics infrastructure: this is a 2 rail transportation and logistics of the transition — "Altynkol" and "Dostyk", and also 4 road junction — "Maikapchagai", "Bakhty", "Khorgos" and "Kalzhat".
The Fund for the promotion of innovation announces the start of applications collection for the competition, aimed at supporting the implementation of action plans, and National technology initiatives (roadmaps STI). The application deadline is 8 approved road maps: AERONET, AutoNet, Neuronet, Energinet, Marinette, Elsnet, Tekhnet and Sectarian movement. The budget allocated by the Government Fund for the implementation of STI in 2018, amounts to 3 billion rubles.
The contest "the STI" is targeted at enterprises successfully producing its own high-tech products have positive economic and financial history and protected intellectual property on the subject of the project. The maximum grant amount for the contest is 20 million rubles under the condition of extra-budgetary co-financing of at least 30% of the grant amount.
Small businesses are registered no longer than three years and not previously received financing of the Fund can participate in the new competition "Start-NTI" and in case of victory, to receive a grant in the amount of 3 million rubles. The competition is aimed at start-UPS seeking to develop and master the production of new goods, technologies or services to create and development of high-tech markets. The selection will take into account the use in the course of the project technologies of the digital economy.
"National technology initiative should lead to a breakthrough of Russian companies in promising new markets, where they will be able to take a leading position in 10-15 years. New contest "Start-STI" will be in demand tech startups who are just starting their projects focused on the markets of the future. We plan to take at least a hundred young teams and are awaiting their interesting projects with the potential to set the trend for modern branches of science," - said General Director of the Fund Sergey Polyakov.
Grants Fund teams are able to advance their studies, to take the first important steps and prototype development. In the end, they get a specific result, which can then qualify for even more funding from other development institutions and venture capital investors.
The Fund of assistance to innovation — state non-profit organization that provides support to small innovative enterprises and to enhance the effectiveness of their cooperation with large industrial companies. The Foundation implements innovative development programs aimed at creation of new and development of existing high-tech companies with the possibility of co-financing of projects. The Fund has representatives in more than 70 regions of Russia.
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24 April from 16.30 to 18.00 will host a seminar for potential and existing entrepreneurs "Private kindergarten: measures of state support"
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Inventory of agriculture will be enough in 2019
In connection with last year's overproduction of buckwheat authorities of the Altai region appealed to the farmers urging them to reduce sowing of crops this year almost twice — up to 360-380 thousand hectares As reported by the first Deputy Chairman of the regional government Alexander Lukyanov, such areas would be optimal for the agricultural sector of the region. "We have repeatedly said that it is impossible to get involved in the crap — such amounts not to mention Russia, but other areas are not able to consume, so of course we [recommend to reduce the crops]" — leads TASS words Lukyanova.
Last year, the authorities are also urged to limit the acreage under buckwheat. In spite of this, sowing in 2017 increased by 174 thousand hectares to a record 750 thousand hectares. as a result, according to Lukyanov, the stock of the previous harvest buckwheat in the Altai Krai right now is that it will be enough in 2019. "Stocks of buckwheat at the beginning of 2018 in the region amounted to 1 million 15 thousand tons — plus of 217 thousand tons by the beginning of 2017," — said the Deputy head of the government. A record harvest led to the collapse of prices actually tripled. "I'm ashamed to say, speaking about what the price was last year and this: today ton 6138 RUB, the deviation in the negative — 10122 of the ruble," — said Lukyanov.
Altai Krai is a leader of production of buckwheat in the country. In 2017, the region accounted for over 40% of the all crops. Earlier, the government of the region promised a 1.5−2 fold increase in the subsidizing of expenses to purchase seeds, primarily oil-bearing agricultural products that farmers with great interest reacted to the high-margin alternatives to the crap. As the press service of the Governor of Altai Krai, this year it is planned to increase the area under sunflower, soy, canola, lentils and corn.
The harvest of buckwheat in the past, high-margin agriculture in 2017 amounted to a record 1.5 million tons By the assessment Institute for agricultural market studies (IKAR), gross yield actually doubled the country's needs, which together with significant reserves have led to extremely high market saturation. As a result, prices for buckwheat decreased throughout the past year, by December, dropping to the lowest level since October 2014. In December, according to Rosstat, agricultural companies were selling crap the average of 8.2 thousand rubles per ton, while in December 2016 — for 24,6 thousand rbl./t In the first quarter of this year, the fall in prices continued up to March they fell by 16% to 6.8 thousand RUB/t.
"Such price volatility should not be in the domestic market. But if we produce and plant more than they need the market, other not be expected. Therefore it is not necessary to sow 1.6 million hectares, we have to sow 1.2 million hectares" — has called on the all-Russian agronomical meeting in late January, the Director of the Department of economy, investments and regulation of agricultural markets Ministry of agriculture Anatoly Kutsenko. At the same time, he said, to avoid the price collapse would allow long-term contracts between farmers and processors. "To find a fair price to processors is always tricky, they have their own interests, we have ours. But we must agree," — said Kutsenko. At the same time as saying "the Agroinvestor" Deputy General Director of IKAR Irina Glazunov, to stabilize the market, the area under buckwheat should be reduced to 1 million hectares or less. Despite the fact that by the end of 2017 Russia has become a world leader in the export of buckwheat (45,1 thousand tons) volume of export is still too small to stabilize the domestic market, explained "the Agroinvestor" Vice-President of the Union of grain processors of Altai Krai Valery Gachman.
Farmers in the South can capitalize on the production of rare types of vegetable oil
Russia has reached saturation of its own market of vegetable oil a few years ago. And last season the exports of goods grew by more than 20 percent and for the first time exceeded domestic consumption. So now our farmers will increase production in the calculation of the foreign market. And grow sunflowers in the South more profitable than in any other region, but because of the peculiarities of the laws restricting the sowing area, the local processors are facing an acute shortage of raw materials. So what are waiting for one of the main agricultural industries? Will the Russian producers to become leading players in the global market and what hinders them? Market prospects discussed by the leading Russian and world experts on oil and fat conference in Moscow.
- After the President's address to the Federal Assembly in which he set the goal for six years to increase the export of manufactured goods doubled, we have analyzed, what results can achieve. In the industry we are able to provide metrics and a half times higher than it was indicated as a whole to other sectors of the economy, - says the Executive Director of oil and fat Union of Russia Mikhail Maltsev. - Our countries are competitors, such as Ukraine, have already reached the limit of production. States such as China and India, will increase imports. For us it's key States sales for the near future. Russian exporters can gain access to these countries, although so far insignificant volumes. But we are confident that the export of oil products in this direction will grow.
This is also confirmed by the Director of the Institute for agricultural market studies Dmitry Rylko.
- The consumption of sunflower oil in Russia is stagnating, in 2018 it even fall slightly. This niche of the EU is now busy with exporters from Ukraine, but we have a positive Outlook for markets in South-East Asia, increasing exports from Russia to Arab countries and Africa. In addition, Russian suppliers still dominate the markets of Egypt, Turkey and the Middle East, - said the expert.
For the South of Russia the sunflower is one of the most profitable crops. Here the yield is higher than the average in the country, and income per hectare of arable land, due to the proximity of sea ports, well-developed confectionery industry and the abundance of oil extraction plants. If in the whole country underutilized businesses is about nine million tons annually, then, for example, in the Rostov region, two of the largest plant cover the entire volume of regional production, and the processors have to purchase raw materials in neighboring regions. And there are still many medium and small plants.
However, too much fascination with the sunflower in violation of the rules of crop rotation in 2000-ies has led to the fact that the SFD has greatly depleted the soil (this culture is in violation of agricultural technology takes from the earth a large number of trace elements) and a plant-parasite Broomrape, which can destroy up to 100 percent of crops. The problem went so far that a few years ago the authorities of some subjects were forced to introduce legislative restrictions for the cultivation of this crop: now sunflower can be sown from 10 to 15 percent of the total arable land of each farm. And, as he said at the conference, Deputy Minister of agriculture of Russia Dzhambulat Hatuov, this restriction will be removed, when the economy will begin to implement effective agricultural technologies, reducing the load on the ground.
While farmers have every opportunity for intensive increase of production and increase their income. According to the Director of the Department of development and management of state information resources of agriculture Ministry of agriculture of the Russian Federation Igor Kozubenko, now in the process of production of sunflower Russian farmers will lose about 40 percent of the potential income. The reasons are different: the irrational use of land, neglect of advanced scientific technologies, as well as losses at the stage of storage and transportation of goods. In General in the country about 224 billion rubles of lost profits, the expert says.
And a great potential hidden in the production of alternative oilseed sunflower crops. The world's growing demand for soybeans and canola, which in our country is grown very little. Conference on oil and fat Chinese partners are asking for Russian farmers to expand the range.
- It is very important supply of rapeseed oil and soybeans from Russia. Now China is very popular walnut, Flaxseed, maple butter, even the oil from the rice, peony and Camellia, says the counselor for trade and economic Affairs of the Embassy of the people's Republic of China Zhao Quan. - Suggest to the Russian producers, in addition to the traditional sunflower oil, to develop new products. This way you will be able to improve their competitiveness on the market. Last year Russia sold to China vegetable oil in the amount of $ 230 million, is more than ten percent of the total volume of delivered agricultural products from your country. But it is necessary to expand business ties. Vegetable oil Russian brands have entered the Chinese market recently and have not yet managed to gain the trust of a wide range of consumers.
The main suppliers of vegetable oil in China today - the US, Brazil, Malaysia and Indonesia. However, Russia and Ukraine are increasing their share, and, according to Zhao Chuan, in the future these countries will take over the lead in this growing market.
Roman Aleynikov, a farmer from the Rostov region:
Sunflower is considered to be in our area the most profitable crop after sugar beet. Best oilseeds for cultivation, but the main problem is marketing. For example, we tried to do the safflower a few years ago. It suits us in terms of yield and price . But then our buyers who resell safflower for pharmaceutical plant, shut down the company. And we had to sell the remains which will, on the cheap. Now safflower is not doing. Perhaps the problem could be solved cooperatives that are looking for regular buyers and ensure sales. But we have to such forms of cooperation are not Mature enough.
One of the risk factors for the processors are the obligations of Russia to the WTO. After our country in the framework of these agreements zeroed export duties on soybean and reduced to six and a half percent for sunflower, the customs service noted a sharp rise in exports of oilseeds. Exporters in many cases it is more profitable to sell abroad the usual raw materials, not recycled product. But thus all of the extra margin goes into the pockets of foreign holdings. According to experts, if not to take protective measures, the problem of increasing non-oil exports will solve is extremely difficult.
The problem worsened due to the record harvest of wheat
More than 35% of the Russian flour is made on unregistered artisanal minimalnych without complying with the technical regulations and production requirements, said the President of the chamber of Commerce and industry Sergei Katyrin. "According to Rosstat, in 2016 it produced 9.7 million tonnes of flour. But if to proceed from the norms of consumption <...>, then, according to the Russian Union of milling and groats enterprises, the production of wheat flour is a year an estimated 13.5 million tons, plus about 1.5 million tonnes of rye. The difference in numbers is the amount of unrecorded flour, which is illegal," he told TASS.
Katyrin noted that the number of artisanal mills in the country reaches 7 thousand While often their products do not meet sanitary requirements. "Besides, dumping of unregistered minimalnet not allow to develop normally law-abiding flour milling business, producing quality and safe products," — said Katyrin.
Russian Union of milling and large enterprises (RMCP) estimates the share of "gray" flour 40%, said the "Agroinvestor" Vice-President of the Union Igor Sviridenko. And counterfeit manufacturing is growing. "The decline in grain prices in 2017 in connection with a record harvest, resulted in the revival of "gray" production. This is evident from the statistics of Rosstat: if in 2016 the official production of flour amounted to 9.7 million tons, in 2017-m — 9,36 million tons," said Sviridenko. According to him, Russia now has fewer than 200 industrial enterprises, which account for about 60% of production volume of flour in the country. "The remaining 40% are micro-enterprises that do not show their production, do not comply with technological conditions and use low-quality cheap raw materials. Thus in connection with the trend for healthy eating such products often passes for "farm" or "village"," Sviridenko said.
The development of "gray" production leads to a decrease in the price of flour up to a level at which millers are on the brink of survival, the expert said. According to Rosstat, the average price producers of wheat flour in March fell to 12.2 thousand RUB/t In March 2017 it was worth 14.9 thousand RUB./ton, thus for 12 months of wheat flour fell by 18% since the beginning of 2018 — 3%. A similar trend is observed for the rye flour, the price of which for the year fell by 15% to 9.5 thousand rubles/t, including 2% in January-March. To normalize the situation on the market RSMK considers it necessary to include the flour in the technical regulations of the Customs Union "On safety of food products". "In his list of now products of animal origin, including dairy and meat. We propose to make and the flour, then the state will begin to monitor its production. As soon as we dissolve the problem with minimalismi, the quality of flour will increase, and prices will come into line," — said Sviridenko. In addition, according to Katyrin, it is necessary to develop a new methodology for calculating the data of Rosstat, the volume of production and consumption of grain and products of its processing with the obligatory account of all flour producers.
The so-called illegitimate millers now pose a serious threat to the industry, said yesterday the General Director of the Institute for agricultural market studies (IKAR) Dmitry Rylko. "In fact, they illegally sell the flour, and thus keep the prices in the regions at artificially low levels. In the result of a legitimate millers not compete. We see that for the second consecutive season, this year the situation is even worsened due to the very large volume of wheat in Russia", — said Rylko. According to him, the millers, to compete, have to switch to the production of flour of lower quality, but cheaper.
According to Rospotrebnadzor, last year the country was rejected 1.3 thousand batches of bakery products totaling more than 6 tonnes, the Agency reported that over the past five years, the proportion not corresponding to the safety performance of bread in Russia has declined. Proportion of samples of bread and bakery products that do not meet the standards for concentrations of contaminants of chemical nature, amounted to 0.14%, do not comply with hygienic standards for 2.2%. The discrepancy between physico-chemical parameters characterizing the quality of the products, the CPS found only 2.3% of the studied samples.