Russia’s St. Petersburg Customs seizes and seizes smuggled cheese and butter
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Food Partner Network News The official website of the Northwest Customs Administration of the Russian Federation reported on February 18:Russia’s St. Petersburg Customs recently seized 220 kilograms of sanctioned products smuggled into Russia:220 kilograms of cheese and butter.
It is reported that the above-mentioned smuggled products were seized by the St. Petersburg Customs and the St. Petersburg, Leningrad and Pskov State Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision Bureaus during a joint inspection of a shopping mall in St. Petersburg-220 kilograms were produced in the EU and Ukraine For cheese and butter, the product lacks quality and safety certification documents and purchase certification.
The above products have been withdrawn from circulation.
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