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"Borjomi" admitted to Russian market2013-04-11 11:13
Mineral water "Borjomi" is allowed to return to the Russian market. This was announced by the head of Rospotrebnadzor Gennady Onishchenko, the ITAR-TASS reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Borjomi" is now the product registered in the Russian register and is admitted to the Russian market," Onishchenko said. "We had a delay in relation the "Borjomi", they had presented us one batch but we have rejected it in registration," reminded Onishchenko.
"Right now we have completed the retest of the batch of the "Borjomi" re-submitted for the registration," he added. "The results have met the requirements, and the certificate of registration of mineral water "Borjomi" on the Russian market has got a positive solution."
On April 8, Onishchenko said that at the time Russia has registered two Georgian wine producers: "Kindzmarauli Marani" and "Wine House Dugladze." According to him, the other wine companies may continue efforts to get access to the Russian market.
Onishchenko added that the company "Kindzmarauli Marani" was going to trade in Russia through the restaurants. He concluded that the Georgian wine was long absent in the Russian market, and much has been lost forever.
On April 5, the Rospotrebnadzor experts completed the second trip to Georgia to inspect the local wineries.