27th International Food Exhibition
17 – 20 September 2018 • Expocentre, Moscow, Russia

Russian food sanctions: your guide to the opportunities

The EU and Russia, plus the USA, Canada, Australia and Norway, have been going back and forth with economic sanctions since late 2014 – and the most drastic have been in the food industry.
Russian food sanctions: your guide to the opportunities

It’s well known that the USA, Canada, Australia and Norway — and every country in the EU — have not been able to sell certain types of food to Russia since the ban came in. But for every action there is a reaction — and exporters from countries not included on the blacklist have been working hard to grab market share. With the situation changing month to month, it can be tough to keep up with the Russian food market.

That’s why ITE Food & Drink has created a free 14-page report on the state of the market post-sanctions — focusing on several countries that are moving into the supply vacuum. This is the second edition of the report — we’ve freshly updated it in April 2017 to keep up with the latest twists and turns in the market.

From region to region, the report looks at nine countries that are expanding their presence in Russia:

— Brazil
— Argentina
— Chile
— Israel
— Iran
— Egypt
— Morocco
— Vietnam
— South Africa

We examine where their strengths are, how trade volumes have changed in the post-sanctions period — and what exporters around the world can learn.

Want the freshest guide on the market to Russia’s food industry? Click the link to download your free copy of Filling the Food Market Gap — A Guide to Expanded Food & Beverage Opportunities in Russia.