Russia Approves Import of Israeli Dairy Products

Italico cheese is packed for distribution at the Jacobs family dairy March 30, 2008 in Kfar Haroeh in central Israel. World food prices are soaring in the face of what some analysts are describing as a perfect storm of circumstances - increasing demand from developing economies in Asia, rising fuel …
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The Algemeiner reports: After a three-year examination process, Russia has approved the importation of Israeli dairy products, the Hebrew news site nrg reported on Wednesday.

The main consumers of these products, the report said, are expected to be Russian Jews who observe kashrut laws.

Israeli dairy companies, according to the report, currently export goods to around three dozen countries in Asia, Europe and North America.

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