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In Russian stores and supermarkets to 26 March will be large-scale testing of dairy products to detect the proportion of adulteration in the market. This inspection is conducted at the Federal level for the first time. On Friday, March 16, according to RBC with reference to sources.
On behalf of the Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich will hold an audit of the Rosselkhoznadzor, Rospotrebnadzor and Roskoshestvo. Checking does not affect manufacturers; samples of milk, butter and cheese will be purchased in retail, said the interlocutors of the Agency.
The test is administered by the Minister for open government Mikhail Abyzov — he was instructed to adopt a program of sampling and testing, and analyze test results as part of the reform of control and Supervisory activities.
March 13, Dvorkovich said that Russia does not have enough milk of their own production, so the animal will gradually come to the fore.
February 26, Rosselkhoznadzor announced a ban on Belarusian dairy products. Subsequently, the date of the ban was postponed to March 6 and after March 15. As reasons were mentioned the insecurity of the products to the consumer. On 15 March, the Rosselkhoznadzor lifted the ban on supplies from Belarus.
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