Routine analysis: how to export food and beverages to Russia

For some international exporters, Russia is still a fan

but for people who know Russia,

It is actually one of the largest food and beverage markets in the world.

Routine analysis: How to export food and beverages to Russia

Introduction

The 2017 forecast shows that imports are starting to rise in a new round. According to the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, Russia’s food and beverage imports are expected to increase by 11.4% over 2016. This means that more than $27.9 billion in foreign food entered the Russian market in 2017.

If you can understand the sales target, the restrictions and the detailed import procedures, it is not difficult to promote your products to 144 million potential consumers.

Russian food embargo

In Russia, some food and beverages are still in embargo. Manufacturers from the European Union, the United States, Canada, Norway and Australia also face certain restrictions.

Prohibited imports are mainly from fruits and nuts, vegetables, beef, pork, poultry, fish and seafood, and milk and dairy products from these countries.

But for other countries, there are no major restrictions. To learn more about the food and beverage ban, please leave your contact details in the background.

Customs Union, Preferential Treatment and Free Trade Agreement

Russia is a member of two major international organizations:

Independence National Consortium (CIS)

Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)

The trade between member states is increasing.

Goods from the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Eurasian Economic Union are eligible for preferential treatment in Russia, and vice versa. Russia is also a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), fulfilling the standards and organizational principles of the World Trade Organization.

The Export Export Council’s website, Export.gov, lists Russian agreements and customs unions. For an introduction to the Russian Customs Union and the Free Trade Agreement, please leave your contact details in the background.

How to handle import procedures

Russia’s trading partners are global, and Russia and other countries have reached a series of agreements affecting import procedures, documents and regulations. .

The European Commission Market Access Database lists the main requirements for Russian import procedures. Before entering Russia, if you want to know the European Commission market access database. Please leave your contact information in the background.

Import duties

For the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Eurasian Economic Union and countries that have not reached a free trade agreement with Russia, some of the main products Import duties are required.

But as a member of the World Trade Organization, Russia has cut some tariffs under the World Trade Organization Agreement. Similarly, in accordance with the rules of the World Trade Organization, Russia also imposes tariff quotas (TRQ) on agricultural products such as beef, poultry and pork. To find out about Russian import tariffs, please leave your contact information in the background.

Importing documents and requirements

People who are familiar with the export know that the goods need to be filled out with various documents when they are handed over to the consumer through customs. Forms, certificates and other documents. Russia is no exception. If you want to know the Russian import documents and requirements, please leave your contact information in the background.

Russian strict customs regulations

The rigor and complexity of Russian customs regulations is world-famous. If you are not familiar with these regulations, your goods may be difficult to enter Russia. But don’t panic, please leave your contact information in the background, you can get the Russian customs regulations.

Unique Russian Trade Standards

Russian trade standards are unique because they incorporate a variety of international standards, domestic guidelines and products. Test to achieve trade standards. In addition, membership in the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Eurasian Economic Union, the World Trade Organization and other international organizations means that it is often difficult to fully understand Russian trade standards. Export.gov provides a brief guide to Russian trade standards. Please leave your contact information in the background.

Simple labels are a must.

As a matter of common sense, labels for food and beverages should be clear, accurate, and concise. In order for consumers across Russia to purchase your food and beverages, you must comply with a wide range of standards in the Russian market. If you want to know the complicated Russian labels, please leave your contact information in the background.

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Routine analysis: How to export food and drink to Russia

Routine Analysis: How to Export Food and Beverage to Russia

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Routine analysis: How to export food and drink to Russia

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Routine analysis: How to export food and beverages to Russia