Serbia has also lifted the ban on the export of crude edible oil to Macedonian companies


Serbia has lifted the ban on the export of sunflower in North Macedonia, thus solving the problem of lack of raw materials for several months.

The President of the Board of Directors of “Vitaminka” Simon Naumoski during today’s visit with the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy Ljupcho Nikolovski at the factory for edible oil “Brilijant” -Shtip emphasized that he is especially pleased that Serbia is lifting the export ban on unrefined vegetable oil, which is used as a raw material.

With the import from Serbia, they will have raw materials in two and a half to three months. “Brilliant” covers 60% of the domestic market of edible oil, says Naumoski and adds that there was a slight delay in the distribution in the markets, because they were not clear about the decision to set the price, and after clarifying with state institutions that, as said, as a company they do not want to have problems if something goes wrong.


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