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Eugene Vorotnikov

Eugene is a freelance journalist writing for IEG Policy and IEG Vu. He covers multiple agri-food sectors and has a deep knowledge of the markets and the agri-politics of Russia and the CIS countries.

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Russian company moves into organic fruit, new organic law to come into force

Crocus Group plans to invest USD40-50 million in an organic fruit project, which includes a 100 hectare organic orchard in the Moscow region, according to owner Araz Agalarov.

 

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Russian fresh produce grower Crocus moves into organic fruit sector

Crocus Group plans to invest USD40-50 million in the project, which includes a 100 hectares organic orchard in the Moscow region, according to owner Araz Agalarov.

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Ukraine to align domestic juice production with EU standards

The production of juices and nectars in Ukraine will be brought in line with EU manufacturing norms, thanks to recent production standards designed by the country’s government.

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Ukraine will align domestic juice production with EU standards

The production of juices and nectars in Ukraine will be brought in line with EU manufacturing norms, thanks to recent production standards designed by the country’s government.

Ukraine European Food Law

Russia to increase production of soft drinks made from apples and pears

The Russian Duma (parliament) will create conditions for the increase of production of soft drinks made from natural apples and pears and stimulate a further development of artisanal production in Russia, by clarifying the definitions of cider and perry and tightening control of their production.

Russian Federation Beverages

Russia to increase production of soft drinks made from apples and pears

The Russian Duma (Parliament) will create conditions for the increase of production of soft drinks made from natural apples and pears and stimulate a further development of artisanal production in Russia, by clarifying the definitions of cider and perry and tightening control of their production.

Russian Federation European Food Law
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