Mon05012017

Last updateMon, 23 May 2016 12am

Back You are here: Home News 37 Tonnes Of Grapes From Peru Could Result In Administrative Offense Against Importer

37 Tonnes Of Grapes From Peru Could Result In Administrative Offense Against Importer Featured

11 March 2016

Thirty-seven tonnes of grapes from Peru may never reach store shelves after they arrived in Russia's northern capital of St. Petersburg without proper phytosanitary certificates.

According to the East Asia Economic Union (EAEU) legislation, this could count as an administrative offense against the owner and recipient of the cargo.

Rosselkhoznadzor of both the St. Petersburg and Leningrad Oblasts recommended importers to remind their suppliers to follow the Phytosanitary standards of the EAEU to avoid similar complications.

FruitNews article (Russian): http://www.fruitnews.ru/state-news/116-russia/45829-neverno-oformlennyj-sertifikat-na-vinograd-iz-peru-stal-prichinoj-administrativnogo-pravonarusheniya.html

GLOBALG.A.P.

GLOBALG.A.P.
We globally connect farmers and brand owners in the production and marketing of safe food to achieve

Banastat

Banastat
The group of professionals dedicated to gather and analyze the information about loading of bananas from Ecuador to different ports of the world.

RK Marketing

RK Marketing
The first Russian specialized marketing and trade servicing company

Greekfruits.eu

Greekfruits.eu
We are the e-voice of Greek fruits and vegetables exporters.

FruitNews.RU

FruitNews.RU
Fresh news of the russian market.