The size of the Russian flour market is 7.9 million tons (67.8 billion RUR). Over the past three years the size of the Russian market of flour in kind declined steadily. Russia has enough raw materials to produce wheat, rye, and other types of flour. In recent years, there has been a decline in the proportion of regions, non-producing wheat and rye. Virtually all of the Russian flour market consists of domestic output. The share of imported products on the market is quite low - about 0.14% in kind.

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1. Executive summary 2. Research design 3. Description of flour 4. Size of the Russian market of flour 5. Structure of the Russian market of flour 6. Raw material base for production of flour: 6.1 Agricultural crops 6.2 State agriculture development program 7. Russian production of flour 8. Producer prices of flour 9. Manufacturers of flour 10. Business firm "Nastusha" (???????) 10.1 OJSC “Mill plant in Sokolniki” (?????????? ???????? ? ???????????)10.2 OJSC “Moscow Bakery" (?????????? ???????? ??????????????)10.3 OJSC “Novokuznetsk Bakery" (????????????? ???????? ??????????????) 11. Agro-industrial corporation “Makfa” (?????) 12. Agro-industrial corporation "Stojlenskaya Niva” (??????????? ????) 13. CJSC “Aladushkin Group” 14. Characteristics of the import of wheat and wheat-rye flour 14.1 Volume, dynamics, and structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour 14.2 Producing countries, leading suppliers of wheat and wheat-rye flour in Russia 14.3 Foreign companies, producing wheat and wheat-rye flour 14.4 Russian companies are importing wheat and wheat-rye flour 14.5 Supply structure of wheat and wheat-rye flour by region 15. Characteristics of imports of flour from other grains (rye, corn, barley, oats, rice, etc.): 15.1 Volume, dynamics, and structure of imports of flour from other cereals 15.2 Producing countries, leading suppliers on the territory of Russia 15.3 Foreign companies, producing flour from other cereals 15.4 Russian companies, importing flour from other cereals 15.5 Supply structure of flour from other grains by regions of Russia 16. Characteristics of Russian exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour: 16.1 Volume and structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour 16.2 Recipient countries of Russian exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour 16.3 Manufacturing companies that supply wheat and wheat-rye flour for export 16.4 Recipient regions of Russian exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour 17. Characteristics of Russian exports of flour from other grains (rye, corn, barley, oats, rice, etc.): 17.1 Volume, dynamics, and structure of exports of flour from other cereals 17.2 Recipient countries of Russian exports of flour from other cereals 17.3 Manufacturing companies that supply flour from other cereals 17.4 Recipient regions of Russian exports of flour from other cereals 18. Distribution of flour: 18.1 Distribution of wheat and wheat-rye flour 18.2 Distribution of flour from other grains (rye, corn, barley, oats, rice, etc.) 19. Value chain for flour 20. Retail market of flour: 20.1 Main grocery retail chains in the Russian Federation20.2 Retail sales of flour20.3 Consumer prices for flour 21. Monitoring the price of flour in 2009: 21.1 February 200921.2 March 200921.3 April 200921.4 May 200921.5 June 200921.6 July 200921.7 August 200921.8 September 200921.9 October 200921.10 November 200921.11 December 2009 22. Consumption of flour23. Appendix 124. Appendix 2 List of tables: Table 1 Crop yields, tons per hectare in 2008 Table 2 Production of flour in 2009, in tons Table 3 Dynamics of production of flour in 2005-2009, Table 4 Dynamics of production of flour in 2009, compared with 2008 Table 5 Dynamics of production of flour in 2009 by months Table 6 Average prices of Russian producers of flour, in RUR per ton Table 7 Dynamics of average prices of Russian producers of flour from 2005 to 2009 Table 8 Dynamics of average prices of Russian producers of flour in 2009 relative to 2008 Table 9 Dynamics of average producer price of flour in 2009 by months Table 10 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by commodity groups in 2009 Table 11 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by commodity groups in 2009 Table 12 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by producing countries in 2009, in tons Table 13 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by producing countries in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 14 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by production companies in 2009, in tons Table 15 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by production companies in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 16 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by importing companies in 2009, in tons Table 17 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by importing companies in 2009, in thousands of USDTable 18 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient regions in 2009, in tons Table 19 Imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient regions in 2009, in thousands of USDTable 20 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by commodity groups in 2009, in tons Table 21 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by commodity groups in 2009, in millions of USD Table 22 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by producer countries in 2009, in tons Table 23 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by producer countries in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 24 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by production companies in 2009, in tons Table 25 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by production companies in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 26 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by importing companies in 2009, in tons Table 27 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by importing companies in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 28 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by recipient regions in 2009, in tons Table 29 Volume of imports of flour from other grains by recipient regions in 2009, in millions of USD Table 30 Structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by commodity group in 2009, in tons Table 31 Structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by commodity group in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 32 Volume of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient countries in 2009, in tons Table 33 Volume of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient countries in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 34 Volume of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by producing countries in 2009, tons Table 35 Volume of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by producing countries in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 36 Volume of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient region in 2009, in tons Table 37 Volume of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient region in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 38 Volume of exports of flour from other grains by commodity group in 2009, in tons Table 39 Volume of exports of flour from other grains by commodity group in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 40 Volume of exports of flour from other grains by recipient countries in 2009, in tons Table 41 Volume of exports of flour from other grains by recipient countries in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 42 Volume of exports of flour from other grains by producing companies in 2009, in tons Table 43 Volume of exports of flour from other grains by producing companies in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 44 Volume of exports of flour from other grains by recipient regions in 2009, in tons Table 45 Volume of exports of flour from other grains by recipient regions in 2009, in thousands of USD Table 46 Largest importers of wheat and wheat-rye flour in Russia in 2009 Table 48 Value chain for flour Table 49 Major grocery retailer chains in the Russian Federation Table 50 Retail sales of flour in 2009, in billions of RURTable 51 Consumer prices of flour in 2005-2010, in RUR Table 52 Dynamics of consumer prices from 2005 to 2009 Table 53 Dynamics of consumer prices in 2009 compared with 2008 in RUR Table 54 Dynamics of consumer prices in 2009 Table 55 Dynamics and forecast of the development of agriculture in 2008 - 2012 Table 56 State agricultural development program 2008 - 2012 List of figures: Fig. 1 Structure of sales of flour in 2009, in tons Fig. 2 Dynamics of production of flour from 2005 to 2009 Fig. 3 Dynamics of production of flour in 2009 by month Fig. 4 Dynamics of average prices of Russian producers of flour from 2005 to 2009 Fig. 5 Dynamics of average prices of Russian producers of flour in 2009 by month Fig. 6 Dynamics of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour in 2009, in tons Fig. 7 Dynamics of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour in 2009, in thousands of USD Fig. 8 Structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by producing countries in kind in 2009 Fig. 9 Structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by producing countries in value terms in 2009 Fig. 10 Structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by production companies in kind in 2009 Fig. 11 Structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by production companies in terms of value in 2009 Fig. 12 Structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by importing companies in kind in 2009 Fig. 13 Structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by importing companies in value terms in 2009 Fig. 14 Structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient regions in kind in 2009 Fig. 15 Structure of imports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient regions in value in 2009 Fig. 16 Dynamics of imports of flour from other grains in 2009, in tons Fig. 17 Dynamics of imports of flour from other grains in 2009, in thousands of USD Fig. 18 Structure of imports of flour from other grains by producer countries in kind in 2009 Fig. 19 Structure of imports of flour from other grains by producer countries in value terms in 2009 Fig. 20 Structure of imports of flour from other grains by production companies in kind in 2009, Fig. 21 Structure of imports of flour from other grains by production companies in value terms in 2009 Fig. 22 Structure of imports of flour from other grains by importing companies in kind in 2009 Fig. 23 Structure of imports of flour from other grains by importing companies in value terms in 2009 Fig. 24 Structure of imports of flour from other grains by recipient regions in kind in 2009 Fig. 25 Structure of imports of flour from other grains by recipient regions in value terms in 2009 Fig. 26 Dynamics of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour in 2009, in tons Fig. 27 Dynamics of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour in 2009, in millions of USD Fig. 28 Structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient countries in kind in 2009 Fig. 29 Structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient countries in value terms in 2009 Fig. 30 Structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by producing countries in kind in 2009 Fig. 31 Structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by producing countries in value terms in 2009 Fig. 32 Structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient regions in kind in 2009 Fig. 33 Structure of exports of wheat and wheat-rye flour by recipient regions in value terms in 2009 Fig. 34 Dynamics of exports of flour from other grains in 2009, in tons Fig. 35 Dynamics of exports of flour from other grains in 2009, in thousands of USD Fig. 36 Structure of exports of flour from other grains by recipient countries in kind in 2009 Fig. 37 Structure of exports of flour from other grains by recipient countries in value terms in 2009 Fig. 38 Structure of exports of flour from other grains by production companies in kind in 2009 Fig. 39 Structure of exports of flour from other grains by production companies in value terms in 2009 Fig. 40 Structure of exports of flour from other grains by recipient regions in kind in 2009 Fig. 41 Structure of exports of flour from other grains by recipient regions in value terms in 2009 Fig. 42 Dynamics of consumer prices in 2005 - 2009 Fig. 43 Dynamics of consumer prices in 2009 Fig. 44 Structure of consumption of flour by product segments, in tons Fig. 45 Sales channels of flour

Companies mentioned
Business firm "Nastusha" ;OJSC “Mill plant in Sokolniki” ;OJSC “Moscow Bakery" ; OJSC “Novokuznetsk Bakery" ; Agro-industrial corporation “Makfa” ;Agro-industrial corporation "Stojlenskaya Niva” ; CJSC “Aladushkin Group”

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