The import of powdered milk was banned
The import of powdered milk was banned; Ban on the import of milk powder: A member of the Industries and Mines Committee of the Islamic Consultative Assembly said: Cheap facilities should be provided to farmers so that they can increase their production compared to previous years.
Ramazan Ali Sobhanifar on Sunday evening, on the sidelines of the exploitation of Sabzevar agricultural jihad projects, told the reporters of this city, referring to the allocation of credits to cooperatives: the credits will be given to factories to buy milk from farmers to produce milk powder and Export this product in different seasons of the year.
He added: “Fortunately, a government spokesman announced a while ago that over 200 billion tomans have been provided in this field.”
Sobhanifar emphasized that milk production had received special attention in this year’s budget and the Fifth Development Plan, noting: “Fortunately, this amount of attention is also seen in the Sixth Development Plan and cheap facilities should be provided to farmers so that they can produce their products.” To increase compared to previous years.
Sobhanifar stated that the culture of using milk should be institutionalized in the country and special attention should be paid to its culture: we should cross the domestic market of the country and move towards export to international markets.
“Fortunately, the countries of Central Asia and Russia welcome our products very well,” he said. Market demand is higher.
Referring to the importance of the product market, Sobhanifar said: “Currently, the production of products has decreased relative to the demand and officials should also pay attention to the market sector.”
Emphasizing that in the past, the import of dry milk into the country had caused livestock farmers to suffer heavy losses, he added: (World of Economics)