Russia: Some Whey and Seeds Excluded from Russian Food Ban

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On April 6, 2020, the Russian Government issued decree No. 453, amending the list of agricultural products that are subject to Russia’s food ban to exclude some whey powder (from HS heading 0404) from the ban. This is a second relaxation of the food ban since 2019 when chickpea seeds and lentil seeds were excluded from the ban under certain conditions according to the Russian Government decree No. 1293 of October 7, 2019. This report contains unofficial English translations of both decrees mentioned above, as well as Russia’s food import ban, listing the countries and products covered, as it currently stands.

Russia: Some Whey and Seeds Excluded from Russian Food Ban

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