Russia sends 80 tons of poisoned corn back to the US

Federal agricultural inspection services of Russia decided to send back 80 tons of American poisoned corn back to the US and 649,5 tons of potatoes back to Israel.

According to head of federal services Sergey Dankvert, the dangerous corn has been sent from the United States to the Krasnodar region of the Russian Federation to “Avers” company.

The certificate issued by the US department of agriculture claimed that the product was absolutely safe. However, lab tests revealed that the seeds were all contaminated with viral agents, reports “Interfax”.

Also, 649,5 tons of potatoes that arrived to the sea port of the Russian city of “Novorossisk” from Israel turned out to be contaminated with potato moth. More so, tubers contained traces of soil.

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