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Czech, Greek Veggies Return

Russia will accept vegetable imports from the Czech Republic and Greece and review an import ban from other European countries, which was set up in response to an E. coli outbreak, according to the country's consumer safety watchdog's web site.

Russia prohibited all fresh-vegetable imports from the 27-nation EU on June 2 after the E. coli outbreak began in Germany. At least 4,023 people across Europe have been infected; 44 have died from the disease.

Vegetables from the Czech Republic and Greece can be imported to Russia provided that they meet safety requirements, according to the watchdog's web site Monday.

(Bloomberg)

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