Russia has suspended deliveries of Chinese feed additives registered in Belarus

According to Russian authorities, substance “dangerous to use”.

The Federal service for veterinary and phytosanitary surveillance suspended from 8 July the import into Russia of a number of Chinese feed additives registered in Belarus, writes tut.by.

According to Russian authorities, substance “dangerous to use”.

We are talking about pellets “98.5% L-lysine hydrochloride” and “70% L-lysine sulphate” (production of the Chinese company “Suhang of Dongxiao Biotekhnolodzhi”), and “L-lysine hydrochloride” (“Anhui Hana Biochemical”). Feed additives for animals was registered in the Department of veterinary and food supervision Ministry of agriculture of Belarus in the fall of 2018.

However, as noted by the Federal service for veterinary and phytosanitary surveillance, supplements, received in circulation on the territory of Russia prior to the introduction of restrictions can apply until the expiration of their shelf life in the presence of the document confirming the date of their receipt (or shipment) in Russia (the distribution network).

We will remind, in the summer of 2018 “Belarusian national biotechnology Corporation” created by the authorities of Belarus together with the Chinese partners and former leadership of Kyrgyzstan began to build under Radenska large complex for the production of amino acids, animal feed and premixes. The amino acid part must be completed in the first quarter of 2021. This plants for the production of flour, starch, gluten, glucose, lysine, threonine, tryptophan, total capacity of 200 thousand tons per year. According to participants of the market, now also imports BNBC supplements.

To the operational review in the Department of veterinary and food supervision failed.

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