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Four Moscow McDonalds shut by Russian consumer watchdog
Category: WORLD-NEWS
Tags: Food Health Russia

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Four Moscow McDonalds shut by Russian consumer watchdog

Russia Today, August 20, 2014- http://tinyurl.com/kz2te5z

Reuters / Denis Sinyakov

Russia’s consumer watchdog has shut down four McDonald's restaurants in central Moscow – including the first-ever outlet in the country – over “administrative violations.” More of the company 430 Russian franchises are under investigation.

“Multiple violations of sanitary norms were detected in the sourcing of food and waste disposal in McDonald’s restaurants during inspections carried out between the 18th and 20th of August,” said an official statement from the watchdog, Rospotrebnadzor.

The company has said that it will study the allegations against its franchises, and “will do everything to ensure that the restaurants open as soon as possible.”

“McDonald’s main priority is offering its customers quality and safe produce,” said a statement on the McDonald’s website.

Among the temporarily shuttered establishments is the restaurant in Pushkinskaya Square – once the biggest in the world – that became iconic when it opened in 1990 in what was still the Soviet Union, creating mile-long queues of Russians ready to wait several hours to sample the taste of America.

The first checks - and subsequent rumors that the entire burger chain may be shut down - took place in the northwestern city of Veliky Novgorod in May.

“The Caesar roll and vegetable salad have been found to contain microbe pollution with E.Coli bacteria and 10 times the safe level of microbes,” the watchdog said in a statement back then. ‘This attests to the fact that the staff breached personal hygiene rules, and the corporate sanitary disinfection regime.”

A separate claim from Rospotrebnadzor said that the nutrition sheets provided by the company did not match the actual content of the burgers on sale.


RIA Novosti/Vladimir Pesnya

RIA Novosti/Vladimir Pesnya


The burger chain – which is headquartered in Illinois, but sells its franchise licenses to Russian companies and individuals - employs over 35,000 staff, and retailed nearly $1.5 billion worth of food to customers in the country last year.

The shot across the bow – after nearly 25 years of rapid expansion in Russia for the US company – comes amidst an escalation of sanctions between Moscow and the West. After Washington and Brussels imposed restrictions on financial lending and technological imports for Russian companies due to the conflict in eastern Ukraine earlier this month, Russia responded by embargoing agricultural produce from Europe and the US for one year.


£30,000 cheese order stranded as Russia import ban bites
Category: WORLD-NEWS
Tags: Food Global economy Politics Sanctions UK

Reuters/Alessandro Garofalo

RT August 08, 2014 ShortURL

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As Russia’s sanctions on food imports begin to bite, a £30,000 cheese order only hours from export has been left stranded at its Shropshire depot.

The Russian government signed a decree on Thursday which bans the import of beef, pork, poultry, meat, fish, fruits and vegetables, cheese, milk, and dairy products from the EU, US, Australia, Canada, and Norway.

The decree “on the use of specific economic measures” has been signed in response to sanctions imposed on Russia by a number of states over the Ukrainian crisis, the Kremlin said on its website.

Officials warn Russia’s ban on agricultural food imports could cost the European Union about $16 billion (12 billion euro) and drag the continent into the crisis.

The cancelled cheese order was for a range of traditional English cheeses including Cheddar, Cheshire, Double Gloucester, Red Leicester and Wensleydale. Belton Cheese said orders from Russia had been expected to bring in up to £2m over the next three years.

Justin Beckett, managing director of Belton Cheese, said Russia was an “exciting” market and news of the import ban was “disappointing”.

The European Union is likely to consider filing appeals with the World Trade Organization (WTO), Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius said Thursday.

Shares in one of Russia’s biggest agricultural holdings Razgulay shot up 39.87 percent by Friday afternoon, according to Moscow Stock Exchange data. Russian farmers were mostly inspired by the import ban, calling it a unique and historic opportunity to develop domestic production.

The value of Russian agricultural product production could grow by about $10.8 billion in the next 18 months, Agriculture Minister Nikolay Fyodorov, told ITAR–TASS on Thursday. Europe, by contrast, could end up with an overproduction, especially in fruits and vegetables.

Belton Cheese said it would now look for another buyer for the cheese.


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