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    More than 200 thousand tons of tangerines brought to St. Petersburg passed the control

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    Almost 217 thousand tons of tangerines, which were brought to St. Petersburg, passed the phytosanitary control. This was reported in the press service of the Rosselkhoznadzor.

    Thus, experts have controlled more than 3.1 thousand batches of tangerines and their hybrids. Citrus fruits were imported to the city and the region from 11 countries.

    Despite the fact that tangerines seem harmless or even beneficial, you should not eat a lot of them. “MK in St. Petersburg” wrote what the daily intake of this fruit is.

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