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Abstract

The article represents the analysis of territories as means of raw materials sources for the implementation of cross-cutting technologies for the production of functional food products. The article is based on the analysis and synthesis of works written by famous Russian scientists who examined the soil characteristics of the territories of the Federal Districts of the Russian Federation, taking into account their large territories, where biogeochemical provinces differ greatly in soil conditions. Particular attention is paid to arable land. The characteristic of the territories - sources of raw materials in the context of the Federal Districts of Russia in terms of their potential for the production of food raw materials for cross-cutting technologies for the production of functional foods is given.

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