Belarus lifted the ban on the import of Greenfield tea and Jardin coffee from Russia 04/19/2024, 22:09

Since April 19, the Belarusian Ministry of Health has lifted the ban on importing into the republic the products of the Russian company Orimi, which produces tea under the brands Greenfield, Tess, Princess Nuri, Princess Java, Pearl of the Nile, Gita. , Shah , “Princesses of Kandy” as well as Jardin and “Jockey” coffee. This has been reported telegram channel departments.

The publication states that this decision was based on the evidence provided regarding the effectiveness of the quality and safety control actions carried out by the company.

Before that Russian “Orimi” in the name extreme ban on the import of all its products into Belarus.

According to Orimi representatives, the detected violations are not systematic and may have occurred as a result of non-compliance with transportation or storage conditions after the products were transferred to Belarusian sellers.

Belarusian Ministry of Health prohibited After mold was detected in Gita and Princess Kandy teas, all Orimi products were sold.

Previously in Armenia offered Ban the import of dairy products from Russia.

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Source: Gazeta


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