Russia: Eurasian Conformity Mark for Poultry and Red Meats

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This report contains an outline of the current Russian-Belarus-Kazakhstan Customs Union (CU) “Eurasian Conformity” labeling requirements following assessment (confirmation) of conformity for poultry and red meats. The relevant CU regulations allow for transition periods at which point the labeling of all raw, unprocessed poultry and meat products destined to the CU market must include a “Eurasian Conformity” mark. After such transition periods expire for poultry and meat on February 15, 2015, and December 31, 2015, respectively, all raw, unprocessed poultry and meat products for Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan must be labeled with the “Eurasian Conformity” mark. 

Russia: Eurasian Conformity Mark for Poultry and Red Meats

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