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Chinese fish in Russia will be a little less

The Rosselkhoznadzor has banned Chinese enterprises Zhenye Aquatic (Huilong) Ltd from exporting fish to Russia, it follows from the materials of the department. Restrictions are introduced with 29 September.

"In connection with the identification of prohibited and harmful substances during the period of enhanced laboratory control in products that came to Russia from China, the Rosselkhoznadzor with 29.09.2016 imposes temporary restrictions on the delivery of products from the enterprise to the Russian Federation," says the Rosselkhoznadzor.

The reason for the ban was the identification of bacteria of the colibacillus group in the products of the enterprise (frozen fillet of tilapia).

Earlier, the Rosselkhoznadzor imposed restrictions on the supply to Russia of fish and seafood from Chinese enterprises Dalian Minglu Foods Co., Ltd and Fujian Huanong Food Co., Ltd. The department also introduced enhanced laboratory control over the supply of products to two more Chinese fish enterprises - Longkou Xinlong Foodstuff Co., Ltd and Zhenye Aquatic (Huilong) Ltd.

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