Kazakhstan has imposed restrictions on the import of products from Russia and Kyrgyzstan, Reuters agency reported, with reference to Kazakh National Economy Ministry.
"The decision was made basing on the results of laboratory research products for 8 months of 2015. The facts of repeated violations of the sanitary-epidemiological and health indicators in the technical regulations of the microbiological parameters and yeast were identified," a statement said.
The Committee on Consumer Protection found violations, and banned the import of Russian cheese HOCHLAND with different flavors, covered cheese of Preobrazhensky meat-packing plant, yoghurt Campina, condensed dairy cream with sugar "Slavyanskie," sausage products of Mikoyan meat processing plant, waffles "Shokolait" and "Golandskie." In addition, the limitation applies to the import and sale of butter "Krestyanskoe" from Kyrgyzstan.