Russia bans cheese imports from Ukraine.

By bne IntelliNews February 16, 2012
Russian consumer rights watchdog Rospotrebnadzor imposed a ban on cheese supplies from three Ukrainian producers over their failure to meet Russian food standards, reports RIA Novosti. The watchdog imposed the ban on products of Prometei, the Peryatinsky cheese-making plant and Gadyachsyr for violations of Russian consumers' rights by providing inaccurate information about their products' ingredients. In Jan-Nov 2011, cheese exports to Russia amounted to 61,523 tonnes for USD 348.7mn accounting for 85.1% of the total volume of exports of Ukrainian cheeses.
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