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The project "Tryufelinaya Valley" (Truffle Valley), under the framework of which will be the cultivation, freezing and canning of the mushrooms, will be presented by Novorossisk specialists to potential investors at the upcoming International Forum "Sochi-2014".
The first shipments of Fruits and Vegetables to reach the Moscow Oblast from Crimea are to amount to 20 tonnes, as reported by Interfax, citing a press release of the Ministry of Consumer Market and Services of the Moscow Oblast.
Sergey Galitsky, the main shareholder and general director of Magnit stores, has announced that the company does not intend to open new locations in Crimea.
As quoted in a report by ITAR-TASS, Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov and representatives of the country together with representatives from Vietnam have concluded an agreement to start large-scale supplies of food products from Vietnam to the Russian market.
Chairman of the Russian-based Imperial Orthodox Palestinian Society, Sergey Stepashin, visited the Middle Eastern country from August 31 to September 4, during which time there were a number of meetings with companies interested in supplying Fruit and Vegetable products to Russia.
Kaveh Zargaran, the secretary general of the association of Iranian food industries, was quoted by a correspondent of ISNA as having said that exporters have released a list of goods that are needed by Russian consumers. This list was verified with specialists from the Russian Federation (retailers and importers).
As reported earlier by ITAR-TASS, referring to the agreement reached as a result of a meeting between Trefilov Denis, the Director of the Ministry of Agriculture's International Cooperation Department, and Abdelkader Lesheheb, Morocco's Ambassador to Russia, which discussed the African country's intentions to increase exports of Citrus Fruits, Tomatoes and other products to Russia.
Andrei Vorobyov, Governor of the Moscow Oblast, announced that three large investors were interested in supporting a project that plans to build three Vegetable production complexes, the cost of which could equal an aggregate amount of $200 million.
Berry producers of the Volgograd Oblast are planning to increase their contribution to the import replacement on the Russian market.
As reported on the official site of Russia's Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor), Shauki Bou Nassar, Lebanese Ambassador to the Russian Federation met with the Deputy Head of Rosselkhoznadzor, Alexey Saurin, to discuss the possibility of increasing Fruit and Vegetable shipments in the near future.