“Payuta” delivered a consignment of delicacy venison to Germany
16:41 29 апреля 2020
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The meat processing complex “Payuta” from Priuralskiy district delivered 31.2 tonnes of boneless reindeer meat in vacuum packaging to Germany. The consignment of venison was purchased by the German company “P. Köver e. K” for further sale as a delicacy in European restaurants.
“Payuta” has been working with “P. Köver e. K” since 2019. Last year the enterprise already exported more than 26 tonnes of its products to Germany. In November the department of external relations of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug organized a visit to Yamal for the head of the company Peter Köver and adviser Jorg Brodersen within the regional project “Systemic measures for development of international cooperation and export”. The German businessmen visited the meat processing complex and highly appreciated the quality of products, as the press service of the governor of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug reports.
In addition to Germany, “Payuta” cooperates with the Finnish company “Lapin Nahka”. In the near future the enterprise of Yamal will deliver 12 tonnes of its products to Finland. Agreements on the delivery of the trial consignment were reached in March this year during the visit of the owner of the Finnish company Harri Pokka to Yamal.
As it should be reminded, in 2020 Yamal plans to export products on the sum 3 million 400 thousand dollars. For the present day the plan has been completed by 60%. The total cost of exported products since the beginning of the year makes 1 million 980 thousand dollars.
The municipal enterprise “Yamalskiye Oleni” (Yamal reindeer) delivered 418 tonnes of reindeer meat to Finland under the long-term contract with the firm “Polarika OY”.
This year the first consignment of non-food reindeer by-products of the third category, the so-called slaughterhouse offal, in the amount of 15 tonnes was delivered to Germany. That raw material is in demand on the market; it is used in production of animal feedstuff. It was delivered by the company “Sibirskiy Olen” (“Siberian deer”) registered on the territory of Yamal in November 2019. Yamal became the first Russian region to export such products. The potential of deliveries of by-products is up to 500 tonnes per year.