New EAEU Technical Regulation on poultry meat safety to come into force in 2023

A new Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) Technical Regulation (TR) on Safety of Poultry Meat and Processed Poultry Meat Products will come into force on January 1, 2023, as said in a statement posted on Eurasian Economic Commission (EUC) website.


“The technical regulation establishes unified terminology, identification rules, safety requirements, requirements for manufacturing processes, storage, transportation, sale, disposal and labeling for poultry meat and poultry slaughter products,” the EEC experts explained.

The document was developed by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation.

“Conformity assessment sets a veterinary inspection for poultry slaughter products, declaration of conformity – for poultry meat products, official registration – for baby food poultry meat products,” the EEC officials added.

The TR sets the following requirements for poultry meat and processed poultry meat products:

  • maximum residue levels in poultry slaughter products for 50 veterinary medicines;
  • a ban on the use of water or food additives (including phosphates) in unprocessed poultry meat products;
  • a standard for the amount of water released during poultry thawing (less than 4%);
  • a ban on the use of particular food additives (including preservatives and flavor enhancers) and raw materials containing GMO and pesticides in the production of poultry products for child nutrition;
  • tolerances for nutrient values declared on a label (protein, fat, carbohydrates, calories);
  • indication of water added to processed poultry meat products or mechanically separated poultry meat regardless of the input method;

The EEC experts noted, that TR establishes a deferred standard for the control of the amount of water released during the storage of chilled poultry, until the necessary standard is developed. A classification for all types of poultry meat products is also in the plans.



Happy new year 2023!

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Invitation to the exhibition “MVC: Grain-Mixed Feed-Veterinary 2019”



We invite you to visit the MedoproVet stand at the XXIV International Specialized Trade and Industry Exhibition «MVC: Grain-Mixed Feed-Veterinary 2019», which will be held from January 29th to January 31st, 2019th, in Pavilion No. 75 of the Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy (VDNH). We are waiting for you at booth number 131 in Hall A.

To your attention would be presented veterinary preparations and feed additives for all types of farm animals and birds. Our experts will give detailed professional advice on the feeding and prevention of the diseases of livestock animals and poultry.


ADDRESS: Moscow, Prospekt Mira, 119, VDHN, pavilion number 75.

DATE: January 29th–31st, 2019th, from 10:00 to 18:00 (January 31 to 16:00).

STAND: Hall A, booth number 131.

Happy new year 2019th!

Happy new year 2019th!

MedoproVet have participated in the exhibition «MVC: Grain-Mixed Feed-Veterinary»


The XXIII International specialized trade exhibition»MVC: Grain-Mixed-Fodder-Veterinary» took place from January 30th to February 1st, in the 75th pavilion of the VDNKh. This largest industry annual event attracted more than 400 exhibiting companies from 25 countries: Austria, Germany, Canada, Bulgaria, France, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, China, etc. The exhibition was attended by more than 10,000 people.

Our company has been a regular participant in the exhibition for the last seven years. This year all of the expectations were exceeded with the number of visitors to the MedoproVet booth. Over 100 business meetings and negotiations with partners and clients, industry experts and scientists were held during the exhibition. Veterinary products and feed additives for all types of productive animals were presented at our stand.

Our guests received detailed professional advice from the company leading specialists on the content, feeding, and prevention of diseases in livestock and poultry.

If you didn’t have time to visit our stand, we will be glad to answer all your questions by phone: +7 (499) 350-25-78, +7 (495) 710-77-25, by e-mail: or using the feedback form in the «Contacts» section.