Borat’s home bans Fonterra

It looks like more countries are banning Fonterra products. Including Borat’s Kazakhstan:

Former Soviet republics Belarus and Kazakhstan have joined Russia in banning Fonterra dairy products in the wake of the dairy giant’s botulism scare, Trade Minister Tim Groser has confirmed.

A spokeswoman for Mr Groser said the two central Asian nations had placed “temporary restrictions” on Fonterra products, the same move taken by Russia last week.

The two countries were small markets for Fonterra, the spokeswoman said. 

I can just imagine Borat’s press release:

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“Jagshemash, welcome, I like you. Fonterra botulism milk is not fit anymore for Kazakhstan baby, except for shipment to Jewtown and orphans of the hairy child.”


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