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Jana Sutenko

Jana Sutenko joined the IEG Vu team in September 2017 as a News Analyst. Her primary areas of expertise are the dairy markets and processed commodities channels.

Originally from Lithuania, Jana speaks a number of languages fluently, allowing her to have a special insight in the agri-food markets of eastern Europe, Russia and the EU. She has a BA in International Journalism and an MA in International Relations from universities in Liverpool and London, UK and has produced content on a range of subjects across a variety of multimedia platforms.

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Hortex Russia entices consumers with frozen berries in chocolate

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Russian producers bet on long-life dairy products for China export

Russian dairy producers are targeting the supply of long-life products to China after recently gaining clearance to export there, IEG Vu learned at Prodexpo in Moscow this week.

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Azerbaijan innovates dried fruit market with persimmon

Azerbaijan-based Balkhoorma takes advantage of its natural production resources with dried persimmon.

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Moscow company launches full range of ivasi sardine products

The Antei Group of Companies has launched a new range of ivasi sardine products, including smoked fillet in oil, canned sardines in oil and brine, as well as hot-smoked and fresh fish.

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Russian tomato paste production increase led by demand for sauces

Tomato paste producers in Russia, besides the natural self-sufficiency goal, are increasing production due to a domestic rise in demand for sauces and ketchups, IEG Vu learned at Prodexpo in Moscow.

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Russian frozen food producers hopeful of industry’s bright future

Manufacturers of frozen fruit in Russia say that, for the sector to develop, it needs to tackle a number of factors: competition from Serbian and Belarusian imports and increased focus on greenhouse production, IEG Vu learned at the Prodexpo exhibition in Moscow.

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