Palm Oil Internet Seminar

Section 2: Regional Focus : CIS Countries:
Russian Magarine Market - Opportunities and Challenges for Edible Palm Oil
By: Dr Larisa V. Zaytseva

Personal: Date of birth: 23.07.1960 Nationality: Russian Marital status: married E-mail: lavaza@bk.ru Education: 2011 – 2013 Moscow Technological University of the Food Industry. Doctoral studies. Honours degree: Doctor of Engineering. 1982 – 1985 Moscow Technological Institute of the Food Industry. Postgraduate stude. Honours degree: Candidate of Chemistry 1977 – 1982 Moscow Technological Institute of the Food Industry. Degree: process engineer of microbiological productions Additional education: 2013; 2016 Academy of standardization, metrology and certification Degree: expert in the field of standardization and examination of drafts of standards 2007 Moscow Technological University of the Food Industry. Advanced training course in the field of quality management, certification and standardization of food additives. Work experience: January 1986– January 2010 Moscow Technological Institute of the Food Industry/ Moscow Technological University of the Food Industry: junior researcher, assistant, senior research associate, senior teacher, associate professor (from mach 1994) Feb 2010 – 2016 LLC «Corporation SOUYZ». Deputy Director of department of technical regulation January 2017 CNII Modern Fat Technology Head of research and development Professional experience: Fundamental knowledge in various branches of the food industry, including food and biologically active supplements. I directed scientific researches in the field of extraction of vegetable oils, proteins and carbohydrates, have 7 patents RF and 120 scientific works, including 3 monographs. The expert in the field of technical regulation. Participant of the working groups on development of Federal Law №90-ФЗ «Technical regulation of oil and fat products» and Technical regulations of the Customs Union ТР ТС 024/2011, ТР ТС 021/2011 «Technical regulation on Food Safety», ТР ТС 022/2011 «Labelling of food products». I took part in development more than 15 standards for various foodstuffs (Sate standards: GOST, GOST R). The member of Technical Committee RosStandart 036; 092; 124; 238. Languages: Russian (native) English (good knowledge) French (basic) Hobby:: traveling, theatre.
Industrial production of Margarines has more than 100 years history and to date shows steady growth. The development of scientific knowledge about the influence of different fats and oils on human health varied requirements for raw materials for margarin’s production. To meet modern requirements on the content of TRANS-isomers in food products it examines the role of palm oil in the production of Margarines. The current state of Margarine market in Russia is analyzed.

The peculiarities of Russian legislation in the field of Margarine production is discussed. Comparative analysis shows the lack of harmonization of Russian legislation with international norms and rules in the field of transportation and storage of edible oils and fats particular used in the production of Margarines. This leads to the possibility of using non-food quality palm oil in food production and creating the negative image of palm oil in Russia. Unresolved issues of Russian legislation related to the labeling of food products using vegetable oils, including palm oil, and hydrogenated fats/oils are considered. Solutions to problems are discussed.

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Larisa Zaytseva
7 years ago
Unfortunately, after the collapse of the Soviet Union many of the issues were outside the legislative regulation. Now the issues of transportation of food oils under consideration within the framework of the new legislation of the European-Asian Economic Union. But it is a long process. At present, Russia has GOST 31647-2012 for palm oil refined, deodorized for the food industry. In this standard the transportation and storage of edible oils is permitted only in tanks of stainless steel under stratification of nitrogen. But the standard is voluntary.
R.C. Tan
7 years ago
Your paper concluded that transportation of palm oil to Russia does not have to follow the standard set by International Maritime Organisation (IMO) for transportation. Why Russia is not following the international standard? Does Russia has its own standards to make it safe to be used and is there public outcry that this flexibility will be misused?
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