Priorities of National Food Security Policy in the Russian Federation

  •  Alexander B. Melnikov    
  •  Vladimir I. Trysyachny    
  •  Alexander D. Kotenev    
  •  Petr N. Shirov    
  •  Vladimir A. Molodykh    


The influence of the globalization process on the world food market as a basic element of ensuring the domestic needs of the national economic system and affecting the level of economic security of individual states is analyzed. It is shown that the effectiveness of the import substitution policy pursued in the Russian Federation is related to the sanctions pressure and the devaluation of the national currency, while increasing the level of food security associated with self-sufficiency in basic food products is accompanied by a drop in the quality of domestic producers' products. Formation of a quality and safety management system for food products is possible within the framework of the creation of regional agro-industrial clusters, the use of which will also make it possible to apply the available technological, human and scientific and production potential more efficiently through more optimal interaction between economic agents.

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