No violations found at Roshen plants: Rospotrebnadzor

23 October 2013 16:36
(QHA) - Federal service on customers' rights protection and human well-being surveillance of Russia(Rospotrebnadzor) commission had no remarks in the course of the inspection at two plants of the Roshen confectionary corporation on October 22. Agricultural Policy and Food Minister Mykola Prysiazhniuk has said about this before the Cabinet's meeting Wednesday, October 23, Ukrinform reports. “Still no remarks for today," the NBN quotes Prysiazhniuk. At the same time, he added that the inspections, which Russia has started at Ukrainian plants October 22, will last until Friday, October 25. “We hope and we are optimistic as regards the fact that the commission's opinion will be positive for our producers and the products will be sent to the Russian market in the nearest future,” - the Minister said. Note: On July 29, chief sanitary doctor of Russia Gennady Onishchenko had introduced a ban for import of chocolate, candies and other products of Ukrainian plants of the Roshen company. According to him, products do not meet the stated security requirements. It was said about revealing of the poisonous substance benzopyrene in milk chocolate. The Ukrainian side considers Rospotrebnadzor's claims groundless.