In 2020 the export volume of ice cream capital increased by 35 per cent to $ 12,76 million dollars. This was stated by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for economic policy and property and land relations Vladimir Yefimov.

the Russian export of ice cream from Moscow made up 23.94 million dollars is 11% more compared to the same period of last year. Thus, the export volumes have increased to 11.18 million tons, which is more than in January — may last year (23.7 per cent).

At the end of last year Russia has occupied 16-e a place in the world list of exporters, up five places. The leaders of France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Italy.

“In the total Russian exports of ice cream in five months 2020 the share of Moscow amounted to 53.3%, an increase of 9.3 percent compared to the same period last year. Foreign consumers prefer products with a high percentage of fat — more than seven percent on these products in January — may 2020 accounted for more than 50 percent of total exports of ice cream in Moscow”, — said the head of the Department of investment and industrial policy of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov.

Development of international relations of the Moscow manufacturers actively contributes to the centre “Mosprom”. It helps the capital to participate in international exhibitions, organizes business missions to other countries, is organizing a specialized educational program aimed at the development of professional skills and competencies in the field of foreign economic activity picks buyers and technology organizes tours to the capital of production.

“Mosprom” provides exporters and individual support: for example, examines competitive advantages of the product to conduct pre-sales activities and the proper selection of counterparties. In addition, the center will present the export potential and conduct preliminary negotiations with the buyers to check their interest as well as quality checks of the counterparties.

Products of the industrial enterprises of Moscow export in 150 stranamore sphere of trade and services has exceeded indicators of last year.

Moscow export centre (YEC) provides companies of similar help.

“Capital ice cream makers are actively cooperating with the Moscow center for export and use various tools support. For example, some of them are promoting their brand at the international exhibitions of the food industry in the city program “Made in Moscow”. The company does not carry any costs for participation in the event. The industry can expect to receive expartnik subsidies and grants, as well as free accounts to promote their products on leading global marketplaces,” — said the head of the Department of entrepreneurship and innovative development Alexey Fursin.

Capital exporters can obtain in the METS subsidies and grants from the city budget. They also provide the ability to return 10 percent of the amount of executed export contracts or to reimburse the costs of the sale of products abroad.

Another YEC organizes business missions to other countries, teaches the basics of foreign economic activity in Moscow school exporter, engaged in analytical studies of new markets at the request of the companies, picks up potential buyers and much more.

Earlier, the staff of the Moscow export centre found out which industries are most popular with applicants. Among them were electronics and electrical engineering (31 per cent), food industry (23 per cent), machinery and equipment (17 percent).